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Assisting Rapid Soft-Tissue Expansion with Adipose-Derived Stem Cells: An Experimental Study in a Pig Model.

Rapid tissue expansion has been attempted, aiming at shortening the period of conventional expansion. However, it has scarcely been clinically applied because of its drawbacks such as low expansion efficiency and tissue destruction. Adipose-derived stem cell transplantation is a promising therapeutic method in regenerative medicine. However, its effects on rapid expansion remain poorly understood.


The effect on the immunology laboratory of the expansion in complement therapeutics.

The approval in the US and Europe of Eculizumab in 2007 marked a change in complement therapeutics, and with it the landscape for complement testing in the clinical immunology laboratory changed. The change had begun even before that when C1-Inhibitor preparations were approved in the 1980s in Europe. There are now two classes of approved drugs that may impact the immunology laboratory, with two dozen more with novel modalities and potential indications that are in various stages of development. Every pathw...

Theoretical investigation of hydride insertion into N-heterocyclic carbenes containing N, P, C, O and S heteroatoms.

The endocyclic ring expansion of N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC) rings containing one N atom and one P, N, C, O or S heteroatoms has been investigated in a computational study. Ring expansion was determined to follow a common pathway, leading to a final expanded six-membered ring that was predicted to be thermodynamically stable for all heterocycles. However, reactivity is driven by kinetics with ring-expansion reactivity not expected for the P/NHC and C/NHC (cAAC) containing heterocycles due to large barriers...


The use of fast photochemical oxidation of proteins coupled with mass spectrometry in protein therapeutics discovery and development.

Structural analysis of protein therapeutics is a challenging task owing to complexities associated with large molecular size and 3D structures. Recent advances in fast photochemical oxidation of proteins (FPOP) coupled with mass spectrometry (MS) have provided a means to characterize higher order structure (HOS) of protein therapeutics in solution. In this review, the utility of FPOP-MS in protein therapeutics discovery and development is presented, focusing on the principles and applications of epitope map...

Tunable Thermal Expansion from Negative, Zero, to Positive in Cubic Prussian Blue Analogues of GaFe(CN).

The achievement of controlling thermal expansion is important for open-framework structures. The present work proposes a feasible way to adjust the coefficient of thermal expansion continuously from negative to positive via inserting guest Na ions or HO molecules into a GaFe(CN) framework. The guest ions or molecules have an intense dampening effect on the transverse vibrations of CN atoms in the -Ga-N≡C-Fe- linkage, especially for the N atoms. This study demonstrates that electrochemical or redox interca...

The relationship between microRNAs and Rab family GTPases in human cancers.

microRNAs (miRNAs), as a group of noncoding RNAs, posttranscriptionally control gene expression by binding to 3'-untranslated region (3'-UTR). Ras-associated binding (Rab) proteins function as molecular switches for regulating vesicular transport, which mainly have oncogenic roles in cancer development and preventing the efficacy of chemotherapies. Increased evidence supported that miRNAs/Rabs interaction have been determined as potential therapeutics for cancer therapy. Nevertheless, instability and cross-...

New therapeutics based on emerging concepts in pulmonary fibrosis.

Fibrosis is an irreversible pathological endpoint in many chronic diseases, including pulmonary fibrosis. Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a progressive and often fatal condition characterized by (myo)fibroblast proliferation and transformation in the lung, expansion of the extracellular matri and extensive remodeling of the lung parenchyma. Recent evidence indicates that IPF prevalence and mortality rates are growing in the United States and elsewhere. Despite decades of research on the pathogenic me...

Effect of Trinucleotide Repeat Expansion on the Expression of TCF4 mRNA in Fuchs' Endothelial Corneal Dystrophy.

CTG trinucleotide repeat (TNR) expansion is frequently found in transcription factor 4 (TCF4) in Fuchs' endothelial corneal dystrophy (FECD), though the effect of TNR expansion on FECD pathophysiology remains unclear. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of TNR expansion on TCF4 expression in corneal endothelium of patients with FECD.

Prevalence of C9ORF72 Expansion in a Large Series of Patients with Idiopathic Normal-Pressure Hydrocephalus.

The C9ORF72 expansion is known to cause frontotemporal lobar degeneration (FTLD) and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). We aim to identify the prevalence of the C9ORF72 expansion in idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus (iNPH).

Retrospective CBCT analysis of airway volume changes after bone-borne vs tooth-borne rapid maxillary expansion.

To compare changes in upper airway volume after maxillary expansion with bone- and tooth-borne appliances in adolescents and to evaluate the dentoskeletal effects of each expansion modality.

Biologics for the treatment of noninfectious uveitis: current concepts and emerging therapeutics.

There is mounting evidence supporting the use of biologic therapeutics for the management of noninfectious uveitis (NIU). This review highlights: biologics with documented efficacy in NIU; agents with ongoing evaluation for efficacy in uveitis; and therapeutics for which investigation for efficacy in NIU is warranted.

A Case of Stent Under-Expansion due to Calcified Plaque Treated with Shockwave Lithoplasty.

We report the case of a stent under-expansion due to heavily calcified plaque treated with the shockwave lithoplasty system. A 77-year-old woman underwent coronary angiography, and intravascular ultrasound revealed stent under-expansion due to calcified plaque. Shockwave lithoplasty balloon was used to disrupt calcium deposits around the stent, thereby allowing a correct stent expansion with an excellent angiographic and intravascular ultrasound result.

Controllable Negative Thermal Expansion by Mechanical Pulverizing in Hexagonal MnCoGe Compounds.

Negative thermal expansion (NTE) material as a compensator is very important for accurately controlling the thermal expansion of materials. Along with the magnitude of the coefficient of thermal expansion, the operating temperature window of the NTE materials is also a major concern. However, only a few of the NTE materials possess both a large operating temperature range and a large thermal expansion coefficient. To explore this type of new NTE material, the MnCoGe fine powders were prepared by mechanical ...

Salvaging the Unavoidable: A Review of Complications in Pediatric Tissue Expansion.

Tissue expansion, while a mainstay of reconstruction for pediatric cutaneous lesions, has significant complication rates. The authors review the complications in a single-surgeon series of tissue expansion to identify risk factors for complications and guide subsequent therapy so that reconstructive goals in patients can be met irrespective of intervening complications.

Ex Vivo Expansion of Hematopoietic Stem Cells for Therapeutic Purposes: Lessons from Development and the Niche.

Expansion of hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) for therapeutic purposes has been a "holy grail" in the field for many years. Ex vivo expansion of HSCs can help to overcome material shortage for transplantation purposes and genetic modification protocols. In this review, we summarize improved understanding in blood development, the effect of niche and conservative signaling pathways on HSCs in mice and humans, and also advances in ex vivo culturing protocols of human HSCs with cytokines or small molecule compo...

Dynamic suspension culture improves ex vivo expansion of cytokine-induced killer cells by upregulating cell activation and glucose consumption rate.

Ex vivo expansion is an effective strategy to acquire cytokine-induced killer (CIK) cells needed for clinical trials. In this work, the effects of dynamic suspension culture, which was carried out by shake flasks on a shaker, on CIK cells were investigated by the analysis of expansion characteristics and physiological functions, with the objective to optimize the culture conditions for ex vivo expansion of CIK cells. The results showed that the expansion folds of total cells in dynamic cultures reached 69.3...

PEGylated IL-10 (Pegilodecakin) Induces Systemic Immune Activation, CD8 T Cell Invigoration and Polyclonal T Cell Expansion in Cancer Patients.

Tumor-reactive T cell exhaustion prevents the success of immune therapies. Pegilodecakin activates intratumoral CD8 T cells in mice and induces objective tumor responses in patients. Here we report that pegilodecakin induces hallmarks of CD8 T cell immunity in cancer patients, including elevation of interferon-γ and GranzymeB, expansion and activation of intratumoral CD8 T cells, and proliferation and expansion of LAG-3 PD-1 CD8 T cells. On pegilodecakin, newly expanded T cell clones, undetectable at...

Did Medicaid expansion matter in states with generous Medicaid?

It is unclear whether the Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care Act had an effect on coverage in states with relatively generous pre-expansion Medicaid eligibility levels. We examined the effect of the Medicaid expansions on Medicaid coverage in 4 generous states: New York, Vermont, Massachusetts, and Delaware.

Effect of Medicaid Expansion on Colorectal Cancer Screening Rates.

Colorectal cancer screening decreases incidence and improves survival. Minorities and low-income patients have lower screening rates. The Affordable Care Act increased insurance coverage for low-income Americans by funding Medicaid expansion. Not all states expanded Medicaid. The effect of Medicaid expansion on colorectal cancer screening is unknown.

RNA-targeted therapeutics for lipid disorders.

To summarize recent developments in the field of RNA-directed therapeutics targeting lipid disorders that are not effectively managed.

Impact of ACA Medicaid Expansion on Hospitals' Financial Status.

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's insurance reforms were expected to have significant and positive implications for hospital finances. In particular, state expansion of Medicaid programs held the promise of reducing hospitals' uncompensated care costs as a result of expanding health insurance to many previously uninsured individuals. Recent research indicates that in the early phases of Medicaid expansion, many hospitals did experience a substantial decline in uncompensated care costs. Howeve...

Title: Spatial distribution of abdominal aortic aneurysm surface expansion and correlation with maximum diameter and volume growth.

The growth rate of abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is used as a surrogate marker of rupture risk. Its determination is based on maximum diameter increase. However, AAA expansion presents a significant spatial variability. We aim to record the spatial distribution of regional wall surface expansion.

Instability of TCF4 Triplet Repeat Expansion With Parent-Child Transmission in Fuchs' Endothelial Corneal Dystrophy.

Fuchs' endothelial corneal dystrophy (FECD) caused by the CTG triplet repeat expansion in the TCF4 gene (CTG18.1 locus) is the most common repeat expansion disorder. Intergenerational instability of expanded repeats and clinical anticipation are hallmarks of other repeat expansion disorders. In this study, we examine stability of triplet repeat allele length and FECD disease severity in parent-child transmission of the expanded CTG18.1 allele.

Bacterial magnetosomes-based nanocarriers for co-delivery of cancer therapeutics in vitro.

In recent times, co-delivery of therapeutics has emerged as a promising strategy for treating dreadful diseases such as cancer.

Anchorage-Dependent Cell Expansion in Fiber-Shaped Microcarrier Aggregates.

This paper describes a three-dimensional culture system for the expansion of anchorage-dependent cells using fiber-shaped microcarrier (MC; Cytodex3) aggregates, termed "MC fibers". The fiber encapsulates the cells, the MC aggregates, and collagen and is covered with a poly-l-lysine membrane. The thin structure of the fiber enables sufficient supply of O and nutrients to the cell. Using the MC fiber, we demonstrated the efficient expansion of C2C12 cells with high viability through serial passaging. Therefo...


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