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Progression of Disease Within 24 Months in Follicular Lymphoma Is Associated With Reduced Intratumoral Immune Infiltration.

Understanding the immunobiology of the 15% to 30% of patients with follicular lymphoma (FL) who experience progression of disease within 24 months (POD24) remains a priority. Solid tumors with low levels of intratumoral immune infiltration have inferior outcomes. It is unknown whether a similar relationship exists between POD24 in FL.


An immune infiltration signature to predict the overall survival of patients with colon cancer.

Immune infiltration of tumors has been increasingly accepted as a prognostic factor in colon cancer. Here, we aim to develop a novel immune signature, based on estimated immune landscape from tumor transcriptomes, to predict the overall survival of patients with colon cancer. The compositions of 22 immune cell subtypes from three microarray datasets were characterized with the CIBERSORT deconvolution algorithm. A prognostic immunoscore (PIS) model for overall survival prediction was established by using lea...

CCR2+ migratory macrophages with M1 status are the early-responders in the cornea of HSV-1 infected mice.

Complex interactions between HSV-1 and infiltrating immune cells play important roles in establishing localized, acute virus replication as well as chronic latent infection. The extent and duration of initial virus replication are the key determinants of subsequent pathologic inflammatory responses and therefore, the accumulation of immune cell populations at this time point is a key target for prevention. Therefore, we evaluated the role of various immune cell infiltrates between 1 h and 28 days post-infec...


Cell-free nucleic acids and melatonin levels in human follicular fluid predict embryo quality in patients undergoing in-vitro fertilization treatment.

Despite many advances in assisted reproductive technology (ART), the most viable embryo selection remains a challenge for female infertility. This study was designed to investigate whether intra-follicular circulating cell-free DNA (cfDNA) fragments and Melatonin levels predict embryo quality in patients undergoing IVF treatment. A total of eight hundred and ninety-five follicular fluid (ff) samples were collected from 325 infertile patients undergoing IVF treatment. Patients were enrolled from August 2017 ...

Increased circulating IgG levels, myocardial immune cells and IgG deposits support a role for an immune response in pre- and end-stage heart failure.

The chronic inflammatory response plays an important role in adverse cardiac remodelling and the development of heart failure (HF). There is also evidence that in the pathogenesis of several cardiovascular diseases, chronic inflammation is accompanied by antibody and complement deposits in the heart, suggestive of a true autoimmune response. However, the role of antibody-mediated immune responses in HF progression is less clear. We assessed whether immune cell infiltration and immunoglobulin levels are asso...

Profiles of immune cell infiltration and immune-related genes in the tumor microenvironment of colorectal cancer.

tumor-infiltrating immune cells are highly relevant to the progression and prognosis of colorectal cancer (CRC). The aim of this study is to explore the immune cells and immune-related gene expression in tumor microenvironment of CRC.

Prognostic role of immune infiltrates in breast ductal carcinoma in situ.

Ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) of the breast is often regarded as a non-obligate precursor to invasive breast carcinoma but current diagnostic tools are unable to accurately predict the invasive potential of DCIS. Infiltration of immune cells into the tumour and its microenvironment is often an early event at the site of tumourigenesis. These immune infiltrates may be potential predictive and/or prognostic biomarkers for DCIS. This review aims to discuss recent findings pertaining to the potential prognost...

Early Detection and Risk Assessment for Chronic Disease with Irregular Longitudinal Data Analysis.

Early detection and risk assessment of complex chronic disease based on longitudinal clinical data is helpful for doctors to make early diagnosis and monitor the disease progression. Disease diagnosis with computer-aided methods has been extensively studied. However, early detection and contemporaneous risk assessment based on partially labeled irregular longitudinal measurements is relatively unexplored. In this paper, we propose a flexible mixed-kernel framework for training a contemporaneous disease risk...

Refractoriness to rituximab-based therapy and elevated serum B2-microglobulin predict for inferior survival in marginal zone lymphoma.

Short responses to immunochemotherapy predict for an inferior OS in follicular lymphoma. We set out to determine whether this is also the case in marginal zone lymphoma. A group of 139 marginal zone lymphoma (MZL) patients treated with front-line immuno- or immunochemotherapy (I/ICT) were categorized into I/ICT-refractory (non-response or relapse/progression within six months of treatment response assessment) or I/ICT-sensitive. Twenty-three patients (17%) were refractory. Refractory patients had inferior O...

Comprehensive immune complexome analysis detects disease-specific immune complex antigens in seminal plasma and follicular fluids derived from infertile men and women.

Autoimmune reactions and subsequent inflammation may underlie spermatogenic dysfunction and endometriosis-related infertility. The aim of this study is to identify disease-specific antigens in immune complexes (ICs) in seminal plasma (SP) and in follicular fluid (FF).

Increased lipogenesis and impaired β-oxidation predict type 2 diabetic kidney disease progression in American Indians.

In this study, we aimed to identify the lipidomic predictors of early type-2 diabetic kidney disease (DKD) progression which are currently undefined DKD progression.

High mobility group box 1 (HMGB1) protein in multiple sclerosis (MS): Mechanisms and therapeutic potential.

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune chronic inflammatory disease with distinctive features of focal demyelination, axonal loss, activation of glial cells, and immune cells infiltration. The precise molecular mechanism underlying the disease progression remains enigmatic despite of the rapid progression on experimental and clinical MS research. The focus of MS therapy relies on the repression of the pathogenic autoimmune response without compromising an adaptive immune response. High mobility group box-...

Comparative evaluation of molecular methods for the quantitative measure of torquetenovirus (TTV) viremia, the new surrogate marker of immune competence.

Torquetenovirus (TTV) viremia is emerging as a promising tool to assess functional immune competence, to predict post-transplant immune-related complications, and eventually to customize immunosuppression.

The utility of prognostic indices, early events, and histological subtypes on predicting outcomes in non-follicular indolent B-cell lymphomas.

Indolent B-cell lymphomas other than follicular lymphoma account for up to 10% of all B-cell neoplasms. While they typically follow a slowly progressive course, some patients experience rapid progression and early mortality. Prognostic scoring systems have not been adopted, hindering the ability of clinicians or researchers to predict outcomes, or risk-stratify patients during clinical trials. To address this, we evaluated the utility of existing prognostic indices and novel early disease-related outcomes t...

Identifying FL11 subtype by characterizing tumor immune microenvironment in prostate adenocarcinoma via Chou's 5-steps rule.

Prostate cancer is one of the leading causes of death in men worldwide, revealing a substantial heterogeneity in terms of molecular and clinical behaviors. Tumor infiltrating immune cell is associated with prognosis and response to immunotherapy in several cancer types. However, until now, the immune infiltrate profile of distinct subtypes for prostate cancer remains poorly characterized. In this study, using immune infiltration profiles as well as transcriptomic datasets, we characterized this subtype of p...

CXCR5 CD4 T cell subsets and their relationship to immune dysfunction in chronic hepatitis B associated liver cirrhosis.

Hepatitis B associated liver cirrhosis (HBC) leads to profound alterations of immune systems, especially disruptions of B cell immune responses. CXCR5+CD4+ T cells (including T follicular helper cells (Tfh) and T follicular regulatory cells (Tfr)) are responsible for the regulation of B cell functions. The aim of this study was to dissect the roles of CXCR5+CD4+ T cell subset in B cell disruption caused by HBC.

The prognostic landscape of tumor-infiltrating immune cells in cervical cancer.

Tumor-infiltrating immune cells (TICs) are highly relevant to tumor development and are promising prognostic biomarkers. However, the precise assessment of TICs is limited by the deficiencies of traditional measurements, such as the lack of phenotypic markers. Here, we analyzed the composition of TICs in cervical cancer based on RNA expression data with a metagene approach called CIBERSORT and evaluated the prognostic value of TICs. The immune infiltration profiles functioned as intrinsic features to distin...

Phenotyping Progression of Secondary Mitral Regurgitation in Chronic Systolic Heart Failure.

Secondary mitral regurgitation (sMR) drives adverse cardiac remodeling in patients with heart failure with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF). Progression in severity over time contributes to a transition towards more advanced HF stages. Early identification of patients at risk for sMR progression remains challenging. We therefore sought to assess a broad spectrum of neurohumoral biomarkers in patients with HFrEF to explore their ability to predict progression of sMR.

PD-L1 Acts as a Promising Immune Marker to Predict the Response to Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy in Breast Cancer Patients.

Programmed death ligand 1 (PD-L1) is a negative immune stimulatory molecule that plays a key role in tumor immune escape. We analyzed the clinical value of PD-L1-positive expression in predicting the outcome of breast cancer patients and to establish its role as new biomarker to guide precise treatment.

VCAM-1 Density and Tumor Perfusion Predict T-cell Infiltration and Treatment Response in Preclinical Models.

Cancer immunotherapies have demonstrated durable responses in a range of different cancers. However, only a subset of patients responds to these therapies. We set out to test if non-invasive imaging of tumor perfusion and vascular inflammation may be able to explain differences in T-cell infiltration in pre-clinical tumor models, relevant for treatment outcomes. Tumor perfusion and vascular cell adhesion molecule (VCAM-1) density were quantified using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and correlated with inf...

Magnetic resonance imaging texture predicts progression to dementia due to Alzheimer disease earlier than hippocampal volume

Early identification of people at risk of imminent progression to dementia due to Alzheimer disease is crucial for timely intervention and treatment. We investigated whether the texture of MRI brain scans could predict the progression of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) to Alzheimer disease earlier than volume.

The Effect of Resin Infiltration on the Progression of Proximal Caries Lesions:
A Randomized Clinical Trial

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The aim of this clinical trial was to assess the effect of resin infiltration on the progression of proximal caries lesions.

Assessment of a prognostic MRI biomarker in early de novo Parkinson's disease.

Commonly used neuroimaging biomarkers in Parkinson's disease (PD) are useful for diagnosis but poor at predicting outcomes. We explored whether an atrophy pattern from whole-brain structural MRI, measured in the drug-naïve early stage, could predict PD prognosis.

Low levels of urinary epidermal growth factor predict chronic kidney disease progression in children.

Urinary epidermal growth factor (uEGF) has recently been identified as a promising biomarker of chronic kidney disease (CKD) progression in adults with glomerular disease. Low levels of uEGF predict CKD progression and appear to reflect the extent of tubulointerstitial damage. We investigated the relevance of uEGF in pediatric CKD. We performed a post hoc analysis of the Cardiovascular Comorbidity in Children with CKD (4C) study, which prospectively follows children aged 6-17 years with baseline estimated ...

Rapid Progression of Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease: Urinary Biomarkers as Predictors.

Markers currently used to predict the likelihood of rapid disease progression in patients with autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD) are expensive and time consuming to assess and often have limited sensitivity. New, easy-to-measure markers are therefore needed that alone or in combination with conventional risk markers can predict the rate of disease progression. In the present study, we investigated the ability of tubular damage and inflammation markers to predict kidney function decline.


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