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The Protective Effects of Levetiracetam on a Human iPSCs-Derived Spinal Muscular Atrophy Model.

Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is an inherited disease characterized by progressive motor neuron death and subsequent muscle weakness and is caused by deletion or mutation of survival motor neuron (SMN) 1 gene. Protecting spinal motor neuron is an effective clinical strategy for SMA. The purpose of this study was to investigate the potential effect of an anti-epileptic drug levetiracetam on SMA. In the present study, we used differentiated spinal motor neurons (MNs) from SMA patient-derived induced pluripote...


Silibinin Alleviates the Learning and Memory Defects in Overtrained Rats Accompanying Reduced Neuronal Apoptosis and Senescence.

Excessive physical exercise (overtraining; OT) increases oxidative stress and induces damage in multiple organs including the brain, especially the hippocampus that plays an important role in learning and memory. Silibinin, a natural flavonoid derived from milk thistle of Silybum marianum, has been reported to exert neuroprotective effect. In this study, rats were subjected to overtraining exercise, and the protective effects of silibinin were investigated in these models. Morris water maze and novel object...

Cognitive Assessment of Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis in the Arab World: a Systematic Review.

The prevalence of multiple sclerosis (MS) is on the rise globally, and recent epidemiological studies have observed increased rates in the Arab world (i.e., countries of North Africa and the Middle East where Arabic is the primary language). However, assessment of cognitive impairment and its relevant covariates (e.g., fatigue and depressive symptomatology) in the Arab world has not been rigorously reviewed. Thus, the objective of the present study was to systematically review the current use of cognitive a...


A Single Hydrogen to Fluorine Substitution Reverses the Trend of Surface Composition Enrichment of Sorafenib Amorphous Solid Dispersion upon Moisture Exposure.

To reveal the underlying mechanism inducing the opposite trends of surface composition enrichment of spray dried amorphous solid dispersions (ASD) of sorafenib and regorafenib, two compounds only differ in hydrogen to fluorine substitution.

Isolation of a 3-hydroxypyridine degrading bacterium, Agrobacterium sp. DW-1, and its proposed degradation pathway.

A 3-hydroxypyridine degrading bacterium, designated strain DW-1, was isolated from petroleum contaminated soil in Liao River China. 16S rRNA-based phylogenetic analysis indicates that strain DW-1 belongs to genus Agrobacterium. The optimal cultivation temperature and pH for strain DW-1 with 3-hydroxypyridine were 30 °C and 8.0, respectively. Under optimal conditions, strain DW-1 could completely degrade up to 1500 mg/L of 3-hydroxypyridine in 66 h. The 3-hydroxypyridine degradation pathway of strain DW-...

Right-sided Bochdalek hernia containing retroperitoneal fat in the elderly: report of a case.

Most cases of Bochdalek hernias are diagnosed during the neonatal period and arise on the left side. We report a rare case of a right-sided Bochdalek hernia in an elderly patient.

Correction to: Evaluation of Wound Healing Potential of β-Chitin Hydrogel/Nano Zinc Oxide Composite Bandage.

In the original manuscript, the platelet activation images of the sample treated groups, Fig. 3c were provided incorrectly.

A rare case of simultaneous rectal and gastric carcinomas accompanied with inferior mesenteric arterioportal fistula: case report.

Inferior mesenteric arterioportal fistula (APF) is rare as only 35 case reports in the literature. We herein presented a case of simultaneously double cancer in the rectum and stomach with inferior mesenteric APF, which is the first case report by searching using PubMed. Combination of interventional embolization and surgical operation seemed to be optimal treatment for avoiding postoperative complications and the curability.

The importance of developing therapies targeting the biological spectrum of metastatic disease.

Great progress has been made in cancer therapeutics. However, metastasis remains the predominant cause of death from cancer. Importantly, metastasis can manifest many years after initial treatment of the primary cancer. This is because cancer cells can remain dormant before forming symptomatic metastasis. An important question is whether metastasis research should focus on the early treatment of metastases, before they are clinically evident ("overt"), or on developing treatments to stop overt metastasis (s...

Neuronal Mitophagy: Lessons from a Pathway Linked to Parkinson's Disease.

Neurons are specialized cells with complex and extended architecture and high energy requirements. Energy in the form of adenosine triphosphate, produced essentially by mitochondrial respiration, is necessary to preserve neuronal morphology, maintain resting potential, fire action potentials, and ensure neurotransmission. Pools of functional mitochondria are required in all neuronal compartments, including cell body and dendrites, nodes of Ranvier, growth cones, axons, and synapses. The mechanisms by which ...

The use of a poster to reduce expectations to receive antibiotics for a common cold.

Many doctors prescribe antibiotics for a cold, to meet patient's expectations. As a result, patient's education about antibiotics and antibiotic resistance forms a major component of the WHO's Global Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance. However, it is not known whether simple educational material can change a person's attitudes about antibiotic therapy. We designed three posters about antibiotic treatment for "cold and flu". Hospital inpatients answered a baseline survey and then were asked to look at o...

Sex, race, and the role of relationships in diabetes health: intersectionality matters.

Previous research has seldom used an intersectionality framework to consider how sex and race affect diabetes health, nor has it examined the role of sex and race in the well-established link between romantic relationship quality and health. This study targeted 200 adults with type 2 diabetes (46% Black; 45% female) and examined whether sex, race, and the interaction between sex and race predicted behavioral and psychological health, or moderated the link between relationship quality and health outcomes. Bl...

Environmentally compatible bioconjugated gold nanoparticles as efficient contrast agents for inflammation-induced cancer imaging.

For many cancers, early detection is the key to improve survival and reduce the morbidity, which is associated with radical resections due to late diagnosis. Here, we describe the efficiency of primary antibody-conjugated gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) to specifically target chronic inflammatory processes, specially M2 macrophages, in tissue sections of ulcerative colitis (UC) and steatohepatitis in rats which may lead to colorectal cancer and liver carcinoma, respectively. In this study, we demonstrate that Au...

Implementation Challenges and Opportunities Related to HPV Vaccination Quality Improvement in Primary Care Clinics in a Rural State.

Efforts to understand low human papillomavirus vaccine coverage led us to explore quality improvement (QI) decision-making programs and processes to increase vaccine uptake. These QI programs often include interventions recommended by the AFIX (Assessment Feedback Incentives eXchange) Program that supports Vaccines for Children (VFC) clinics. However, little is known about decision-making around intervention selection or extent of implementation. In collaboration with the state public health department in t...

Recruiting African Immigrant Women for Community-Based Cancer Prevention Studies: Lessons Learned from the AfroPap Study.

Recruitment in research can be challenging, particularly for racial/ethnic minorities and immigrants. There remains a dearth of research identifying the health and sociocultural needs of these populations related to recruitment. To describe our experiences and lessons learned in recruiting African immigrant (AI) women for the AfroPap study, a community-based study examining correlates of cervical cancer screening behaviors. We developed several recruitment strategies in collaboration with key informants and...

Going Against the Grains: Gluten-Free Diets in Patients Without Celiac Disease-Worthwhile or Not?

While the gluten-free diet (GFD) is the only known effective therapy for celiac disease, in recent years it has become increasingly popular in the USA and worldwide, with many believing it to be more "healthful" and others claiming that it has beneficial effects for health conditions, many extraintestinal, other than celiac disease. This review examines the evidence for use of the GFD in patients without celiac disease who self-report intestinal and/or extraintestinal symptoms (non-celiac gluten sensitivity...

Motivations for cancer history disclosure among young adult cancer survivors.

To gain an in-depth understanding of the motivations for cancer history disclosure and/or non-disclosure among young adult cancer survivors.

Cellulolytic thermophilic microorganisms in white biotechnology: a review.

Enzymes of microbial origin are of immense importance for organic material decomposition leading to bioremediation of organic waste, bioenergy generation, large-scale industrial bioprocesses, etc. The market demand for microbial cellulase enzyme is growing more rapidly which ultimately becomes the driving force towards research on this biocatalyst, widely used in various industrial activities. The use of novel cellulase genes obtained from various thermophiles through metagenomics and genetic engineering as...

RNA-Seq-based transcriptomic profiling of primary interstitial cells of Cajal in response to bovine viral diarrhea virus infection.

Infections with bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV) contribute significantly to health-related economic losses in the beef and dairy industries and are widespread throughout the world. Severe acute BVDV infection is characterized by a gastrointestinal (GI) inflammatory response. The mechanism of inflammatory lesions caused by BVDV remains unknown. The interstitial cells of Cajal (ICC) network plays a pivotal role as a pacemaker in the generation of electrical slow waves for GI motility, and it is crucial for...

Conus striatus venom exhibits non-hepatotoxic and non-nephrotoxic potent analgesic activity in mice.

Constant research into the pharmaceutical properties of marine natural products has led to the discovery of many potentially active agents considered worthy of medical applications. Genus Conus, which approximately comprises 700 species, is currently under every researcher's interest because of the conopeptides in their crude venom. Conopeptides have a wide range of pharmacological classes and properties. This research focused on the crude venom of Conus striatus to assess its analgesic activity, mutagenici...

Anti-angiogenic activity of Gracilaria coronopifolia J.G. Agardh extract by lowering the levels of trace metals (iron, zinc and copper) in duck chorioallantoic membrane and in vitro activation of AMP-kinase.

AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) is an intracellular energy sensor important in metabolic regulation, cell growth, and survival. However, the specific role of AMPK signaling pathway in the inhibition of angiogenesis remains unclear. The study highlights the activity on AMP activated protein kinase signaling pathways of a marine algae, Gracilaria coronopifolia, and its effects on angiogenesis. It was found that the most potent extract, GCD, inhibited angiogenesis significantly in the duck chorioallantoic ...

Genotyping and phenotyping CYP3A4\CYP3A5: no association with antiplatelet effect of clopidogrel.

The objective of this study was to determine the impact of polymorphism of CYP3A subfamily isoenzymes (allelic variants of CYP3A4*22 and CYP3A5*3) on the efficacy clopidogrel in patients with an acute coronary syndrome (ACS), who have undergone percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). Platelet activity was determined on a VerifyNow P2Y12 test system in 81 patients with ACS aged 37-91 who had PCI. The activity of CYP3A4/5 was expressed as the ratio of the concentrations of cortisol and 6β-hydroxycortisol w...

Increase of Hspa1a and Hspa1b genes in the resting B cells of Sirt1 knockout mice.

Sirt1, also known as the longevity gene, is an NAD-dependent class III histone deacetylase that has been extensively studied in multiple areas of research including cellular metabolism, longevity, cancer, autoimmunity, and immunity. However, little is known about the function of Sirt1 in B cells. This study aimed to investigate the role of Sirt1 in the expression pattern of mRNAs in the resting B cells of mice. CD19 B cell-specific inducible Sirt1 knockout (KO) mice were divided into tamoxifen-treated Sirt1...

Nanomaterial-Based Modulation of Tumor Microenvironments for Enhancing Chemo/Immunotherapy.

The tumor microenvironment (TME) has drawn considerable research attention as an alternative target for nanomedicine-based cancer therapy. Various nanomaterials that carry active substances have been designed to alter the features or composition of the TME and thereby improve the delivery and efficacy of anticancer chemotherapeutics. These alterations include disruption of the extracellular matrix and tumor vascular systems to promote perfusion or modulate hypoxia. Nanomaterials have also been used to modul...

Use of an expert panel to identify domains and indicators of delirium severity.

Our purpose was to create a content domain framework for delirium severity to inform item development for a new instrument to measure delirium severity.


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