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Incomplete Hydrolysis of Curcumin Conjugates by β-Glucuronidase: Detection of Complex Conjugates in Plasma.

The diphenol curcumin from turmeric is rapidly metabolized into phase II conjugates following oral administration, resulting in negligible plasma concentration of the free compound which is considered the bioactive form. Total plasma concentration of curcumin is often quantified after treatment with β-glucuronidase to hydrolyze curcumin-glucuronide, the most abundant conjugate in vivo. The efficiency of enzymatic hydrolysis has not been tested.

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The Putative Caloric Restriction Mimetic Resveratrol has Moderate Impact on Insulin Sensitivity, Body Composition and the Metabolome in Mice.

Data on resveratrol-(trans-3,5,4'-trihydroxystilbene)-induced caloric-restriction-(CR)-mimicking effects in mice receiving a high-fat diet (HFD) are contradictory. We hypothesized that this could possibly stem from different bioactivities of resveratrol (RSV) microbial metabolites.

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Ulinastatin Inhibits the Formation and Progression of Experimental Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms.

Aortic mural inflammatory damage takes a vital part in abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA). Recently, ulinastatin (UTI) has attracted attention for its anti-inflammatory function. Our study aimed to evaluate potential influences of UTI on experimental AAA.

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Membranous Nephropathy Due to Anti-GBM Antibodies of Mice and Men.


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Simultaneous determination of a promising anti-brain tumor agent CAT3 and its two major metabolites in mouse plasma and brain by a LC-MS/MS method.

A rapid and reproducible method with high selectivity was developed for simultaneous determination of a promising anti-brain tumor agent CAT3 and its two metabolites PF403 and GLU-PF403 in mouse plasma and brain. An economic deproteinization with septuple acetonitrile (v/v) was applied to pretreat the samples in this study. All analytes were well retained and separated on a CAPCELL CORE PC (2.7 μm, 2.1 mm I.D. × 150 mm, SHISEIDO Technologies) column with an eluting solvent of acetonitrile /water containing 0.1 % formic acid (v/v) at the flow rate of 0.2 mL per minute. The detection was carried out on a Q Exactive high resolution mass spectrometer equipped with a HESI ion source in parallel reaction monitoring (PRM) mode. The corresponding transitions for quantitation were 434.23→ 70.07 for CAT3, 350.17→70.07 for PF403, 526.21→70.07 for GLU-PF403, 364.19→70.07 for IS-1 and 625.18→317.07 for IS-2, respectively. A well-linear fit curve was achieved among the range of 0.1∼50 ng/mL for CAT3, 0.2∼100 ng/mL for PF403 and 2.5∼600 ng/mL for GLU-PF403 both in mouse plasma and brain homogenate. The intra-/inter-day accuracies of three analytes were within ±14.5 % and precisions were below to 13.44 %. The mean values of recovery of three compounds in mouse plasma and brain homogenate were among 98.06 ∼ 118.63 % and 81.04∼108.69 %. The analytes in NaF-treated ice cold blood of mouse was stable within tested 30 min. Plasma and brain homogenate samples had no obvious changes during all storage, sample treatment and analytic process of mouse plasma sample. The reproducible and reliable method was well employed to the research of CAT3 pharmacokinetic characteristics in mouse plasma and brain after a single intragastric administration at dose of 10 mg/kg.

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Islet Macrophages Shift to a Reparative State following Pancreatic Beta-Cell Death and Are a Major Source of Islet Insulin-like Growth Factor-1.

Macrophages play a dynamic role in tissue repair following injury. Here we found that following streptozotocin (STZ)-induced beta-cell death, mouse islet macrophages had increased Igf1 expression, decreased proinflammatory cytokine expression, and transcriptome changes consistent with macrophages undergoing efferocytosis and having an enhanced state of metabolism. Macrophages were the major, if not sole, contributors to islet insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) production. Adoptive transfer experiments showed that macrophages can maintain insulin secretion in vivo following beta-cell death with no effects on islet cell turnover. IGF-1 neutralization during STZ treatment decreased insulin secretion without affecting islet cell apoptosis or proliferation. Interestingly, high-fat diet (HFD) combined with STZ further skewed islet macrophages to a reparative state. Finally, islet macrophages from db/db mice also expressed decreased proinflammatory cytokines and increased Igf1 mRNA. These data have important implications for islet biology and pathology and show that islet macrophages preserve their reparative state following beta-cell death even during HFD feeding and severe hyperglycemia.

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Spermidine Suppresses Inflammatory DC Function by Activating the FOXO3 Pathway and Counteracts Autoimmunity.

Dendritic cells (DCs) function is intimately linked to microenvironment and metabolism. Type I interferons (IFNs) condition dendritic cells to respond to weak self-signals, leading to autoimmunity. However, the metabolic adaption in the process is unclear. Here, we identified spermidine as a critical metabolite impacting the metabolic fitness of DC. First, dynamic metabolome screening indicated that spermidine decreased during IFN priming and following TLR7 ligand stimulation, accompanied by metabolic change from oxidative phosphorylation to glycolysis. Second, spermidine supplement restrained the glycolysis and prevented the overactivation of IFN-α primed DC both in vivo and in vitro. Third, mechanism study uncovered that the activity of FOXO3 adapted to the metabolic change, mediating the anti-inflammatory effect of spermidine. More importantly, addition of spermidine in vivo greatly alleviated the development of psoriasis-like symptom in mice. Thus, our studies revealed metabolic changes boosting DC responses and identified spermidine as a potential therapeutic agent for autoimmune diseases.

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Glycine transporter type 1 (GlyT1) inhibition improves conspecific-provoked immobility in Balb/c mice: Analysis of corticosterone response and glucocorticoid gene expression in cortex and hippocampus.

Stress reactivity and glucocorticoid signaling alterations are reported in mouse models of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Balb/c mice display decreased locomotor activity in the presence of stimulus mice and spend less time exploring enclosed stimulus mice; this mouse strain has been validated as an ASD model. VU0410120, a glycine type 1 transporter (GlyT1) inhibitor, improved sociability in Balb/c mice, consistent with data that NMDA Receptor (NMDAR) activation regulates sociability, and the endogenous tone of NMDAR-mediated neurotransmission is altered in this strain. Effects of a prosocial dose of VU0410120 on conspecific-provoked immobility, and relationships between conspecific-provoked immobility and corticosterone response were explored. VU0410120-treated Balb/c mice showed reduced immobility in the presence of conspecifics and increased the conspecific-provoked corticosterone response. However, the intensity of conspecific-provoked immobility in VU0410120-treated Balb/c mice did not differ as a function of corticosterone response. Expression profiles of 88 glucocorticoid signaling associated genes within frontal cortex and hippocampus were examined. Balb/c mice resistant to prosocial effects of VU0410120 had increased mRNA expression of Ddit4, a negative regulator of mTOR signaling. Dysregulated mTOR signaling activity is a convergent finding in several monogenic syndromic forms of ASD. Prosocial effects of VU0410120 in the Balb/c strain may be related to regulatory influences of NMDAR-activation on mTOR signaling activity. Because corticosterone response is a marker of social stress, the current data suggest that the stressfulness of a social encounter alone may not be the sole determinant of increased immobility in Balb/c mice; this strain may also display an element of social disinterest.

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