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LyP-1-fMWNTs enhanced targeted delivery of MBD1siRNA to pancreatic cancer cells.

Functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes have been extensively gained popularity in pancreatic cancer gene therapy. LyP-1, a peptide, has been proved to specifically bind pancreatic cancer cells. The potential therapeutic effect of LyP-1-conjugated functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes in treating pancreatic cancer is still unknown. In this study, LyP-1-conjugated functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes were successfully synthesized, characterized and showed satisfactory size distribution and zeta potential. Compared with functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes, cellular uptake of LyP-1-functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes was shown to be increased. Compound of LyP-1-functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes and MBD1siRNA showed superior gene transfection efficiency. Moreover, LyP-1-fMWNTs/MBD1siRNA complex could significantly decrease the viability and proliferation and promoted apoptosis of pancreatic cancer cells in vitro. Further xenograft assays revealed that the tumour burden in the nude mice injected with LyP-1-functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes/MBD1siRNA was significantly relieved. The study demonstrated that LyP-1-functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes/MBD1siRNA could be a promising candidate for tumour active targeting therapy in pancreatic cancer.

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ELF1-mediated LUCAT1 promotes choroidal melanoma by modulating RBX1 expression.

Long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) are essential regulators of gene expression and biological behaviors. However, the contribution of lncRNA LUCAT1 to choroidal melanoma (CM) remains unexplored. Here, we examined the expression of LUCAT1 in CM cells by qRT-PCR and investigated its biological effects by cell counting kit-8, EdU, TUNEL, transwell assays, and Western blot. Bioinformatics tools were applied to find RNA candidates for further study. Moreover, mechanistic experiments including RNA immunoprecipitation assay, pull-down assay, and luciferase reporter assay confirmed the relation or interaction among the indicated molecules. Here, we reported ELF1 as the transcription activator of LUCAT1. Functionally, elevated expression of LUCAT1 positively regulated CM cell proliferation, metastasis, and epithelial-mesenchymal transition process. In addition, we verified the competing endogenous RNA (ceRNA) hypothesis of LUCAT1 and confirmed LUCAT1 modulates CM progression by modulating miR-514a/b-3p/RBX1 axis. Meanwhile, miR-514a/b-3p was suggested to repress CM progression, whereas RBX1 was unmasked to aggravate CM development. Of note, RBX1 overexpression rescued the inhibitory effect of LUCAT1 silence on the biological processes of CM cells. Altogether, this study unveiled the modulation axis ELF1/LUCAT1/miR-514a/b-3p/RBX1 and evidenced LUCAT1 as a promoter in CM for the first time, providing a novel insight into future treatment of CM.

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Long non-coding RNA XIST expedites lung adenocarcinoma progression through upregulating MDM2 expression via binding to miR-363-3p.

Lung adenocarcinoma (LAD) is a highly aggressive malignant tumor which threatens the health and life of the population. Long non-coding RNA X-inactive specific transcript (XIST) and mouse double minute clone 2 (MDM2) are connected with the tumorigenesis of LAD. Nevertheless, whether MDM2 is regulated by XIST has not previously been reported in LAD.

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[Anaesthesia in Electrochemotherapy].

Electrochemotherapy (ECT) is a symptom control method for inoperable or exulcerating cutaneous metastases or skin cancer. With the help of electroporation, an enhancement of the efficacy of the administered chemotherapeutic agent, bleomycin or cisplatin, is achieved, which leads to a local reduction of the metastases and thereby has a low impact on the systemic health.ECT can be performed under local, regional or general anaesthesia, whereby the form of anaesthesia depends on the number and extent of the metastases as well as the affected body site. For general anaesthesia, there are some special aspects to consider. To prevent lung damage from bleomycin, the patient has to be ventilated with a low FiO (< 0.3), or preferably with room air. To avoid drug interactions and postoperative pain, general anaesthesia is performed as TIVA in deep relaxation. The anaesthesia team should be aware of the necessary precautions when applying chemotherapeutic agents and should recognize contraindications to performing anaesthesia in ECT in advance.

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Whole-fornix endoscopic submucosal dissection for gastric mucosal adenocarcinoma.


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Intraoperative Ultrasound during Fertility-Sparing Surgery: A Systematic Review and Practical Applications.

Fertility-sparing surgery (FSS) is an established concept within operative gynaecology. Intraoperative ultrasound (IOUS) has the potential of assessing lesion margins, allowing complete resection with minimal damage to the surrounding healthy tissue and could potentially play a major role in FSS for benign or malignant gynaecological pathologies. In this paper, we review the current literature on the use of IOUS in gynaecological FSS. We also propose technical guidance on the IOUS during FSS. The findings of this review demonstrate that IOUS can assist in the safe resection of disease with high rates of completion, low rates of recurrence and without damage to the nearby healthy reproductive organs. Improved training in transvaginal ultrasonography and minimal access surgery are likely to facilitate the application of IOUS in FSS.

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Junctional Zone Endometrium Morphological Characteristics and Functionality: Review of the Literature.

The junctional zone endometrium (JZE) is a compacted layer of smooth muscle cells with little extracellular matrix. The innermost myometrium adjacent to the endometrium, JZE is best visualized and evaluated on T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and two-dimensional/three-dimensional transvaginal ultrasound (TVUS) scanning. Increased thickness of JZE >12 mm on MRI images has been associated with myometrial and subendometrial pathologic conditions, such as, adenomyosis, and is considered a poor prognostic factor for implantation. Gonadotrophin-releasing hormone analogue (GnRHa) has been proposed as a treatment for adenomyosis and fibroids larger than 7 cm, and overall improvement in symptoms and disease progression were attributed to JZE thinning after GnRHa treatment. JZE contractility and frequency of contractions are affected by ovarian hormone cyclic activity and pathologic changes adjacent to JZE, such as fibroids and polyps. However, JZE contractility is not evaluated by TVUS during gynecological examinations because guidelines do not exist and the process is time consuming. The present data indicate that JZE is an important part of the nongravid uterus anatomy, structure, and functionality. When more evidence is available, the morphologic features, thickness, and contractility of JZE may potentially be used as markers for diagnosis and prognosis of normal and abnormal uterine function, for early stages of pregnancy, and possibly for early detection of endometrial cancer. A new tool for JZE measurements should be further investigated to fill this clinical gap. Key Message: JZE is an important component of the nongravid uterus anatomy, structure, and functionality. The thickness and contractility of JZE could potentially be used as markers for diagnosis and prognosis of normal and abnormal uterine function, early stages of pregnancy, and early detection of endometrial cancer. A new tool for JZE measurements should be further investigated.

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Experimental validation of stochastic microdosimetric kinetic model for multi-ion therapy treatment planning with helium-, carbon-, oxygen-, and neon-ion beams.

The National Institute of Radiological Sciences (NIRS) has initiated a development project for hypo-fractionated multi-ion therapy. In the treatment, heavy ions up to neon ions will be used as a primary beam, which is a high linear energy transfer (LET) radiation. The fractionated dose of the treatment will be 10 Gy or more. The microdosimetric kinetic (MK) model overestimates the biological effectiveness of high-LET and high-dose radiations. To address this issue, the stochastic microdosimetric kinetic (SMK) model has been developed as an extension of the MK model. By taking the stochastic nature of domain-specific and cell nucleus-specific energies into account, the SMK model could estimate the biological effectiveness of radiations with wide LET and dose ranges. Previously, the accuracy of the SMK model was examined by comparison of estimated and reported survival fractions of human cells exposed to pristine helium-, carbon-, and neon-ion beams. In this study, we verified the SMK model in treatment planning of scanned helium-, carbon-, oxygen-, and neon-ion beams as well as their combinations through the irradiations of human undifferentiated carcinoma and human pancreatic cancer cells. Treatment plans were made with the ion-species beams to achieve a uniform 10% survival of the cells within a cuboid target. The planned survival fractions were reasonably reproduced by the measured survival fractions in the whole region from the plateau to the fragment tail for all planned irradiations. The SMK model offers the accuracy and simplicity required in hypo-fractionated multi-ion therapy treatment planning.

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Topographical classification of dose distributions: implications for control for worker exposure.

This paper deals with classification of dose distributions of nuclear workers based on antikurtosis (Q) and entropy coefficient (K) and their relationship presented in QK-diagrams. It is shown that dispersion stabilization of a wide range of input data requires building and analyzing QK-diagrams for distributions of logarithms of individual doses. Actual dose distributions for emergency and occupational exposure situations were then considered, as well as doses for one day of work during clean-up and routine activities. It is shown that in all cases, three types of distributions of individual dose logarithms were present: normal, Weibull and Chapeau. The location of the representation point of a dose distribution reflects the degree of dose control of the group of workers whose individual doses are collectively displayed on the QK-diagram. A point with coordinates (K = 0.577, Q = 2.066) on the QK-diagram corresponds to the absence of this process control. The more the representation point of the analyzed distribution of the logarithms of individual dose of a given contingent of workers deviates from the point of the lognormal distribution, the more there was intervention in the process of individual dose accumulation. Thus, QK-diagrams could be used to develop a dose control function. It is shown that the Hybrid Lognormal distribution, which is widely used in the field of radiation safety for the purpose of approximation of real dose distributions, cannot satisfactorily describe many dose distributions in case of aftermath operations and occupational exposure.

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