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#33073799 2020/10/19 To Up
Velvet antler polypeptide prevents the disruption of hepatic tight junctions inhibiting oxidative stress in cholestatic mice and liver cell lines.The present study aims to examine the protective effects and mechanism of a velvet antler polypeptide (VAP) against lithocholic acid (LCA)-induced cholestatic liver injury in mice. A 7.0 kDa VAP was orally administered at doses of 10 and 20 mg kg-1 day-1. Hematoxylin and eosin (H&E) staining of the liver showed that VAP7.0 reduced LCA-induced infiltration of inflammatory cells and areas of necrotic hepatocytes. In addition, VAP7.0 greatly reduced the levels of alanine aminotransferase (ALT), total bile acid (TBA) and total bilirubin (TBIL) in LCA mouse serum and prolonged the survival time of mice with LCA. VAP7.0 reduced the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS), decreased malondialdehyde (MDA) and increased the superoxide dismutase (SOD) levels in LCA mice. VAP7.0 also reduced OGG1 expression, which is a biochemical indicator of oxidative stress. Mechanistic analysis revealed that VAP7.0 significantly inhibited LCA-induced disruption of tight junction integrity, as determined by observing the morphology of the bile canaliculus, and this finding was confirmed by observation of the bile canalicular structure and tight junction proteins Occludin and ZO-1 expression. Moreover, we also found that VAP7.0 maintained the stability of hepatic paracellular permeability, as determined by Evans blue dye assays and horseradish peroxidase (HRP) tracer distribution through inhibiting the activation of the PI3K pathway in LCA mouse livers. In addition, VAP7.0 ameliorated H2O2-induced barrier dysfunction and tight junction disruption via inhibiting the PI3K activity in human HepG2 and SMMC7721 cells, which was confirmed by the PI3K activator 740Y-P. H2O2 disturbed the localization of the tight junction proteins ZO-1 and Occludin, resulting in the transfer of these proteins from the membrane to the cytoplasm of cells, whereas pretreatment of cells with VAP7.0 prevented the disruption of the localization of these proteins, as determined by immunofluorescence staining and western blot analysis. These results demonstrate that VAP7.0 reduces liver injury by inhibiting oxidative stress and maintains the stability of hepatic tight junctions via suppressing the activation of the intracellular signaling molecule PI3K in LCA mice and hepatocellular carcinoma cells.
Lihua Li, Fan Yang, Rongjun Jia, Pengfei Yan, Liman Ma
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Clinical features and diagnostic imaging of cholangiolocellular carcinoma compared with other primary liver cancers: a surgical perspective.Although cholangiolocellular carcinoma is considered a combined hepatocellular and cholangiocarcinoma, we feel that this classification is not appropriate. Therefore, we compared the diagnostic imaging findings, surgical prognosis, and pathological features of cholangiolocellular carcinoma with those of other combined hepatocellular and cholangiocarcinoma subtypes, hepatocellular carcinoma, and cholangiocarcinoma.
Hiroyuki Takamura, Ryousuke Gabata, Yoshinao Obatake, Shinichi Nakanuma, Hironori Hayashi, Kazuto Kozaka, Motoko Sasaki, Mitsuyoshi Okazaki, Takahisa Yamaguchi, Hiroyuki Shimbashi, Shiro Terai, Koichi Okamoto, Isamu Makino, Jun Kinoshita, Keishi Nakamura, Tomoharu Miyashita, Hidehiro Tajima, Itasu Ninomiya, Sachio Fushida, Azusa Kitao, Masaaki Kitahara, Kuniaki Arai, Taro Yamashita, Tatsuya Yamashita, Hiroko Ikeda, Yasunori Satoh, Kenichi Harada, Syuichi Kaneko, Toshihumi Gabata, Tateo Kosaka, Tetsuo Ohta
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Histologic Observation and Significance of Sympathetic Nerve Fiber Distribution on Human Cervical Ligamentum Flavum.To study the distribution of sympathetic nerves of the ligamentum flavum (LF), confirm its existence by histological observation and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, and analyze the relationship between sympathetic nerve fibers and the biomechanical structure of the LF.
Xiaolin Wu, Xiaoyan Wang, Guoqing Zhang, Zhu Guo, Yan Wang, Ronghuan Wang, Hongfei Xiang, Bohua Chen
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#33073427 2020/10/19 To Up
Galectin-1 Production is Elevated in Hypertrophic Scar.Upon healing, burn wounds often leave hypertrophic scars (HTSs) marked by excess collagen deposition, dermal and epidermal thickening, hypervascularity, and an increased density of fibroblasts. The Galectins, a family of lectins with a conserved carbohydrate recognition domain, function intracellularly and extracellularly to mediate a multitude of biological processes including inflammatory responses, angiogenesis, cell migration and differentiation, and cell-ECM adhesion. Galectin-1 (Gal-1) has been associated with several fibrotic diseases and can induce keratinocyte and fibroblast proliferation, migration, and differentiation into fibroproliferative myofibroblasts. In this study, Gal-1 expression was assessed in human and porcine HTS. In a microarray, galectins 1, 4, and 12 were upregulated in pig HTS compared to normal skin (fold change = +3.58, +6.11, and +3.03, FDR<0.01). Confirmatory qRT-PCR demonstrated significant upregulation of Galectin-1 (LGALS1) transcription in HTS in both human and porcine tissues (fold change = +7.78 and +7.90, p<0.05). In pig HTS, this upregulation was maintained throughout scar development and remodeling. Immunofluorescent staining of Gal-1 in human and porcine HTS showed significantly increased fluorescence (202.5±58.2 vs. 35.2±21.0, p<0.05 and 276.1±12.7 vs. 69.7±25.9, p<0.01) compared to normal skin and co-localization with smooth muscle actin-expressing myofibroblasts. A strong positive correlation (R =0.948) was observed between LGALS1 and Collagen type 1 alpha 1 mRNA expression. Gal-1 is overexpressed in HTS at the mRNA and protein levels and may have a role in the development of scar phenotypes due to fibroblast over-proliferation, collagen secretion, and dermal thickening. The role of galectins shows promise for future study and may lead to the development of a pharmacotherapy for treatment of HTS.
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#33072602 2020/09/21 To Up
Tumor-Associated Neutrophils Can Predict Lymph Node Metastasis in Early Gastric Cancer.The consensus of endoscopic therapy for early gastric cancer (EGC) mainly depends on its clinicopathological features. However, the roles of tumor-associated neutrophils (TANs) in EGC remain uncertain. Here, we explored its predictive role for lymph node metastasis (LNM) in EGC. Three hundred twenty-two patients who underwent radical gastrectomy for EGC were enrolled. Preoperative peripheral blood was used to analyze the neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio (NLR), and the different status of TANs was determined by hematoxylin-and-eosin staining (H&E) and immunohistochemistry (IHC). TANs, rather than NLR, were positively associated with tumor size, Lauren classification, lymphovascular invasion (LVI), and LNM. Univariate analysis revealed that TANs were associated with LNM as well as tumor size, depth of invasion, Lauren classification, histological classification, LVI, and perineural invasion. In addition to histological classification and LVI, TANs were found to be an independent risk factor for LNM in EGC ( = 0.013). Stratification analysis by depth of invasion showed LVI in SM1 tumor, and both LVI and TANs ( = 0.042) in SM2 tumor were independent risk factors for LNM. In conclusion, TANs in EGC can predict LNM, and TANs may help to estimate LNM precisely in addition to the current criteria.
Yaohui Wang, Jing Zhai, Tiancheng Zhang, Shutang Han, Yifen Zhang, Xuequan Yao, Lizong Shen
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#33072575 2020/09/23 To Up
Downregulation of DUSP9 Promotes Tumor Progression and Contributes to Poor Prognosis in Human Colorectal Cancer.Dual-specificity phosphatase 9 (DUSP9) belongs to the dual-specificity protein phosphatase subfamily. Recently, increasing attention has been paid on the role of DUSP9 in a variety of cancers. However, its functional role in tumor development is still unclear, especially in colorectal cancer (CRC).
Zhaoyan Qiu, Ning Liang, Qian Huang, Tao Sun, Hongyuan Xue, Tianyu Xie, Xinxin Wang, Qian Wang
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#33072556 2020/09/22 To Up
Cultivation of Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma Patient-Derived Organoids in an Air-Liquid Interface System as a Tool for Studying Individualized Therapy.Clear cell renal cell carcinoma (ccRCC) is the most common renal cancer accounting for 80% of all renal cancers as well as the majority of renal cancer-associated deaths. During the last decade, the treatment paradigm for ccRCC has radically changed. In particular, the recent development of immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICI) has led to an increased overall survival in the metastatic setting. Moreover, novel immune therapies targeting the tumor microenvironment have been developed. In this rapidly evolving treatment landscape, precise tools for personalized cancer therapy are needed. Here, we collected fresh tissue from 42 patients who underwent surgical resection for renal cell carcinoma. Part of the tissue was used to obtain formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded samples or RNA. The remaining tissue was minced and cultured in a collagen-based three-dimensional, air-liquid interface (ALI) culture system. The generated patient-derived tumor organoids (ALI PDOs) were characterized by immunohistochemistry staining and RNA sequencing to validate their close similarity to the matched tumor. Immune cells and stromal cells within the microenvironment could be identified. Finally, we treated 10 ALI PDOs with the commonly used targeted cancer drug cabozantinib or the ICI nivolumab. Interestingly, we observed varying responses of ALI PDOs to these treatments and future studies are needed to investigate whether the ALI PDO approach could inform about treatment responses in patients. In conclusion, this three-dimensional ccRCC culture model represents a promising, facile tool for monitoring tumor responses to different types of therapies in a controlled manner, yet, still preserves the key features of the tumor of origin.
Laura K Esser, Vittorio Branchi, Sonia Leonardelli, Natalie Pelusi, Adrian G Simon, Niklas Klümper, Jörg Ellinger, Stefan Hauser, Maria A Gonzalez-Carmona, Manuel Ritter, Glen Kristiansen, Hubert Schorle, Michael Hölzel, Marieta I Toma
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Effect of Mineral Pitch on the Proliferation of Human Adipose Derived Stem Cells on Acellular Scaffold.Acellular scaffold extracted from extracellular matrix (ECM) have been used for constructive and regenerative medicine. Adipose derived stem cells (ADSCs) can enhance the vascularization capacity of scaffolds. High mobility group box 1 (HMGB1) and stromal derived factor1 (SDF1) are considered as two important factors in vascularization and immunologic system. In this study, the effect of mineral pitch on the proliferation of human ADSCs was evaluated. In addition to HMGB1 and SDF1, factors expression in acellular scaffold was also assessed. To determine acellular scaffold morphology and the degree of decellularization, hematoxylin & eosin (H&E), 6-diamidino-2-phenylindole (DAPI), and Masson's trichrome staining were applied. The scaffolds were treated with mineral pitch. Also, ADSCs were seeded on the scaffolds, and adhesion of the cells to the scaffolds were assessed using field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM). In addition, the efficiency of mineral pitch to induce the proliferation of ADSCs on the scaffolds was evaluated using 3-(4, 5-dimethylthiazol-2-yl)-2, 5-diphenyl tetrazolium bromide (MTT) assay. To measure HMGB1 and SDF1 mRNA expression, real-time polymerase chain reactions (RT-PCR) was used. FE-SEM showed that decellularized matrix possesses similar matrix morphology with a randomly oriented fibrillar structure and interconnecting pores. No toxicity was observed in all treatments, and cell proliferation were supported in scaffolds. The important point is that, the proliferation capacity of ADSCs on Mineral pitch loaded scaffolds significantly increased after 48 h incubation time compared to the unloaded scaffold (P<0.001). The results of this study suggest that mineral pitch has potentials to accelerate proliferation of ADSCs on the acellular scaffolds.
Hossein Taghavi, Jafar Soleimani Rad, Ahmad Mehdipour, Ahad Ferdosi Khosroshahi, Raziyeh Kheirjou, Milad Hasanpour, Leila Roshangar
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