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#33091956 2020/10/22 To Up
Circulating Liver Function Markers and Colorectal Cancer Risk: A Prospective Cohort Study in the UK Biobank.E
Ming-Ming He, Zhe Fang, Dong Hang, Feng Wang, Georgios Polychronidis, Liang Wang, Chun-Han Lo, Kai Wang, Rong Zhong, Markus D Knudsen, Scott G Smith, Rui-Hua Xu, Mingyang Song
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#33091909 2020/10/22 To Up
The Pro-Differentiation Effect of Doxycycline on Human SZ95 Sebocytes.Despite their widespread clinical use in both acne vulgaris and rosacea, the effects of tetracyclines on sebocytes have not been investigated until now. Sebaceous glands are central to the pathogenesis of acne and may be important in the development of rosacea.
Christos C Zouboulis, Síona Ní Raghallaigh, Gerd Schmitz, Frank C Powell100.00 ug 100ul1 mg10 ug0.1 mg5ug10 μg10ug5 x 50 ug20 ug 100ul100ug Lyophilized
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Toll-like receptor 4, Toll-like receptor 7 and Toll-like receptor 9 agonists enhance immune responses against blood-stage Plasmodium chabaudi infection in BALB/c mice.Toll-like receptor (TLR) signals play vital roles during the blood-stage of malaria infections. However, the roles of TLR agonists in the regulation of immune responses and the development of protective immunity to malaria remain poorly understood.
Wenyan Gao, Xiaodan Sun, Danni Li, Lin Sun, Yang He, Huanping Wei, Feng Jin, Yaming Cao
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#33091812 2020/10/19 To Up
Immunization with nontreponemal antigen alters the course of experimental syphilis in the rabbit model.The role of nontreponemal antibodies in the Treponema pallidum infection course is unclear. We investigated the effect of immunization with nontreponemal antigen on T. pallidum-challenged rabbits. Nontreponemal antigen was injected intravenously into rabbits in the nontreponemal group (n = 12) to elicit antibodies (≥1:64), and normal saline-injected rabbits were used as controls (n = 12). Then, rabbits were challenged with 10T. pallidum per site along their back. Lesion development was observed, and the injection sites were biopsied for mRNA analysis every week. Six rabbits from both groups were euthanized at 14 d and 28 d. The popliteal lymph nodes were extracted to assess infectivity using a rabbit infectivity test. The maximum lesion diameters were not different between the two groups (12.4 ± 0.9 mm in the nontreponemal group vs. 12.5 ± 1.0 mm in the control group, P = 0.386), but the time to maximum diameter appearance was delayed by approximately 4 d in the nontreponemal group (14.4 ± 1.6 d vs. 10.8 ± 1.9 d, P = 0.000). There were no significant differences in the proportions of lesions (58/60 (96.7%) vs. 59/60 (98.3%), P = 0.500) or ulcers (55/60 (91.7%) vs. 57/60 (95.0%), P = 0.359) between the two groups. An ulcer development delay of 5 d was observed in the nontreponemal group (19.3 ± 2.0 d vs. 14.0 ± 1.8 d, P = 0.000). IL-2 and IFN-γ mRNA expression in the nontreponemal group was significantly higher than that in the control group at 7 d and 14 d post-challenge. flaA mRNA expression and the rabbit infectivity test positive rate were not different between the two groups. Immunization with nontreponemal antigen altered the syphilis course in rabbits, resulting in delayed maximal lesion diameter and ulcer development, but it could not inhibit the spread of T. pallidum from primary lesion sites to viscera.
Kun Gao, Dong-Mei Xu, Xiao-Rong Lin, Xiao-Zhen Zhu, Hui-Lin Zhang, Man-Li Tong
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#33091794 2020/10/16 To Up
Prolonged exposure to high humidity and high temperature environment can aggravate influenza virus infection through intestinal flora and Nod/RIP2/NF-κB signaling pathway.Seasonal influenza is an acute viral infection caused by influenza virus, which is often prevalent in the summer and winter. The influenza virus can infect pigs and poultry. Some literature reports that the influenza virus has an outbreak in summer. The summer climate is characterized by a high humidity and high temperature environment, which is the same as many animal feeding and growing environments. We established a flu animal model under a high temperature and humidity environment during the day to observe the impact of high humidity and high temperature environment on the mice after contracting the influenza virus. Our results indicate that the intestinal flora of 16 s rDNA cultured in High humidity and high temperature environment changes, the intestinal mucosal permeability increases, the expression of pIgR, sIgA, and IgA in the intestinal mucosal immune system decreases, and the NLR immune recognition signaling pathway NOD1 is activated. The expression of related genes such as NOD2, NF-κB, and pIgR increases, which leads to the increase of related inflammatory factors in the vicinity of the intestines, aggravating local inflammation. High humidity and high temperature environment can cause the expression of inflammatory cytokines in the body to rise, causing Th17/Treg immune imbalance, inhibiting Treg maturation and differentiation, and increasing the expression of IL-2, IL-6, and other cytokines, while the expression of IFN-γ and IL-17A decreases. This condition worsens after infection with the influenza virus. Overall, our study found that High humidity and high temperature environment affect the intestinal flora and the body's immune status, thereby aggravating the status of influenza virus infection.
Li Deng, Huachong Xu, Pei Liu, Sizhi Wu, Yucong Shi, Yiwen Lv, Xiaoyin Chen
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Bisphenol A exposure increases epididymal susceptibility to infection in mice.Male fertility is linked with several well-orchestrated events including spermatogenesis, epididymal maturation, capacitation, the acrosome reaction, fertilization, and beyond. However, the detrimental effects of bisphenol A (BPA) on sperm maturation compared to spermatogenesis and sperm cells remain unclear. Therefore, this study was to investigate whether pubertal exposure to BPA induces male infertility via interruption of the immune response in the epididymis. CD-1 male mice (5 weeks old) were treated daily with vehicle (corn oil) and 50 mg BPA/kg-BW for 6 weeks by oral gavage. Following BPA exposure, we observed decreased intraepithelial projection of basal cells, indicative of changes to the luminal environment. We also observed decreased projection of macrophages and protrusion of apoptotic cells into the lumen induced by incomplete phagocytosis of apoptotic cells in the caput epididymis. Exposure to BPA also reduced the anti- and pro-inflammatory cytokines IL-10, IL-6, IFN-γ, and IL-7 in the epididymis, while the chemotaxis-associated cytokines CCL12, CCL17, CXCL16, and MCP-1 increased. This study suggests two possible mechanisms for BPA induction of male infertility. First, exposure to BPA may induce an imbalance of immune homeostasis by disrupting the ability of basal cells to perceive environmental changes. Second, exposure to BPA may lead to collapse of macrophage phagocytosis via downregulation of intraepithelial projection and inflammatory-related cytokines. In conclusion, the observed potential pathways can lead to autoimmune disorders such epididymitis and orchitis.
Yoo-Jin Park, Won-Ki Pang, Do-Yeal Ryu, Elikanah Olusayo Adegoke, Md Saidur Rahman, Myung-Geol Pang
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#33091661 2020/10/07 To Up
The blockade of kappa opioid receptors exacerbates alveolar bone resorption in rats.Bone resorption associated to chronic diseases, such as arthritis and periodontitis, results from exacerbated immuno-inflammatory host response that leads to tissue breakdown. The significance of opioid pathways as endogenous modulators of inflammatory events has already been described. Thus, the aim of this work is to determine whether some of the main three opioid receptors are endogenously activated to prevent bone loss during experimentally-induced alveolar bone resorption.
Marcelo Queiroz D'Ângelo, Celso Martins Queiroz-Junior, Kátia Lucy de Melo Maltos, Anderson José Ferreira, Cinthia Mara da Fonseca Pacheco, Rodrigo Villamarim Soares
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#33091595 2020/10/19 To Up
Transcriptome analysis reveals temperature-dependent early immune response in flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) after Hirame novirhabdovirus (HIRRV) infection.Hirame novirhabdovirus (HIRRV), as a highly pathogenic fish virus, is frequently prevalent in a variety of aquaculture fish in recent years, which seriously threatens the healthy development of aquaculture industry. Epidemiological studies show that the outbreak of HIRRV is obviously temperature dependent. Virus proliferation experiments in vitro and in vivo at different temperatures indicate the antiviral response of flounder is a main reason affect the replication of HIRRV. The RNA-Seq was used to analyze the different antiviral response in flounder which infected with HIRRV at different temperatures, the experiment set two temperatures of 10 °C and 20 °C. The flounder infected with HIRRV by artificial injection, and the spleens were collected at 24 h after infection. Meanwhile, the fish injected with EPC supernatant at different temperatures were set as control groups. It can obtain four pairwise comparison groups if determine a single variable, and the differentially expressed genes were further selected. The results showed that after infection with HIRRV at 10 °C and 20 °C, the differentially expressed genes in spleen were significantly enriched in inflammatory and immune-related pathways like Arachidonic acid metabolism, Cytokine-cytokine receptor interaction, Toll-like receptor (TLR) signaling pathway, RIG-I-like receptor (RLRs) signaling pathway, NOD-like receptor (NLR) signaling pathway and Cytosolic DNA-sensing pathway etc. In addition, the expression of phagocytes, lysosomes, endocytosis related genes were significantly upregulated at high temperature whether HIRRV positive or not. But compared to the infected flounder at 10 °C, some genes of RLRs signaling pathway were significantly upregulated at 20 °C, it can be speculated that RLRs pathway may be related to the anti-HIRRV response of flounder. Therefore, key genes of RLRs signaling pathway including mda5, lgp2, mita, mavs, irf3, irf7, ifn I-3 and ifn-γ were selected, and the temporal expression patterns of these genes in infected flounder at different temperatures were further detected by qRT-PCR. The results showed that HIRRV infection can significantly stimulate and activate the RLRs pathway of flounder, and the response level of this pathway was significantly higher at 20 °C than 10 °C. In general, this study provides important data for the further study about the pathogenesis of HIRRV infection in flounder.
Hongxiang Wang, Xiaoqian Tang, Xiuzhen Sheng, Jing Xing, Heng Chi, Wenbin Zhan
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