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17:46 EDT 20th October 2017 | BioPortfolio

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HDL Acute Lipid Optimization in Homozygous Familial Hypercholesterolemia

Assess the effect on coronary atheroma of serial infusions of autologous selectively delipidated HDL/preβ enriched plasma following use of HDL Therapeutics PDS-2™ System


C-Reactive Protein (CRP) Gene Variants and Coronary Artery Disease in a Chinese Han Population

The recognition of the association between circulating C-reactive protein (CRP) levels and risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) has led to an increased emphasis on CRP genetic effects on CRP level and CHD. However, the causality of CRP variants remains uncertain.The objective of this study is to evaluate the association of CRP gene variants and CRP levels in CHD in Chinese Han population. We conduct case-control study in CRP-Han study participants. The common single-nucleotide ...

Association of Plasma Transfusions and Invasive Fungal Infection

Although lacking strong evidences, plasma transfusions are commonly used in critically ill neonates. To date, the relationships between plasma transfusions and nosocomial infection remain controversial and no study has reported the relationships between plasma transfusion and invasive fungal infection (IFI)


Expression of Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase 1B (PTP1B) and Body Composition Modification in Patients With Septic Shock

With a prevalence of more than 15% in ICU, septic shock today represents a real public health problem and remains the leading cause of mortality in ICU. Undernutrition is characterized by an alteration of the body composition and in particular by a loss of muscle mass. In intensive care, there are indirect elements suggesting a link between loss of muscle mass and prognosis. Muscle mass results from a balance between the pathway of proteolysis and that of protein synthes...

Effect of Vitamin B on Plasma Neurofilament Light Protein (NFL) in HIV-infected Individuals With Increased Plasma Homocysteine

The purpose of this study is to investigate if B vitamin substitution have effect on NFL (neurofilament light protein) plasma levels and neurocognitive performance in HIV-infected individuals with increased plasma homocysteine

Biomarkers of Cardiovascular Complications in Chronic Kidney Disease

Identification of new retention solutes associated with cardiovascular (CV) toxicity in Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) patients will help to better understand the pathophysiological mechanisms at stake and to prevent CKD-associated mortality and morbidity. For a molecule to be defined as a toxic retention solute, plasma accumulation in the course of CKD has to be demonstrated but also proof needs to be made that plasma accumulation during CKD is indeed associated with an increase...

Protein S and Myocardial Infarction

To test the hypothesis that low levels of free protein S, a natural anticoagulant protein in plasma, were associated with an increased incidence of myocardial infarction in middle aged men and women.

Study in Healthy, Hepatic and Renal Impaired Subjects to Obtain Plasma for Lenvatinib Protein Binding

E7080-A001-010 is a multicenter, parallel-group study in participants with mild, moderate, or severe hepatic or renal impairment and age-, gender-, and smoking status-matched healthy participants. The primary objective of the study is to obtain plasma from participants for use in in vitro protein binding studies.

Effect of the Plasma EBV DNA Change During Chemoradiotherapy in Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma

Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) has been proven to process a strong association in patient of nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC). Monitoring plasma EBV DNA in NPC patients can provide reliable informations in early detecting tumor recurrence or risk grouping.

Effect of Dietary Fat Type in Combination With High Protein on Plasma Homocysteine Levels

In this study, the investigators address the research question of whether palm olein will have a positive influence on plasma total homocysteine levels in human volunteers provided with high-protein diets formulated from common Malaysian foods. Hypothesis: There is a significant difference on the effects of the three experimental oils (palm olein, olive and coconut oil) on plasma tHy levels and the other markers of coronary heart disease (CHD) risk measured.

Utility of Donor-Derived Cell Free DNA in Association With Gene Expression Profiling

Plasma donor-derived cell-free DNA (dd-cfDNA) is measured as a % of the total plasma cfDNA in association with the measurement of AlloMap, a non-invasive gene expression test to aid in heart transplant management.

Impact of Ibis on Patients With Advanced COPD

The purpose of this research is to determine if Ibis™, a digital therapeutics solution developed by Senscio Systems, reduces the emergency room visits and hospitalizations of patients with COPD.

Comparison of Ertapenem Distribution in the Muscle of Six Healthy Volunteers and Six Critically Ill Patients by Microdialysis

Ertapenem is an antibiotic that is highly bound to plasma protein (> 95%). The effects of this high protein binding on tissue distribution of antibiotics have been few evaluated yet. In this study, two groups of subjects will be compared: 6 healthy volunteers and 6 critically ill patients (patients with infection due to an Ertapenem susceptible bacteria). Indeed, these 2 populations show changes in binding capacity of drugs to plasma proteins due to a decrease of protidaemia a...

The Effects of Premeal Consumption of Protein-enriched Bar on Blood Glucose Level and Secretion of Hormones

The aim of this study is to explore premeal protein-enriched bar effect in postprandial glucose levels and concentration of plasma incretin hormones [glucagon-like peptide 1 (GLP-1) and/or glucose-dependent insulinotropic polypeptide (GIP)] in healthy subjects and those with type 2 diabetes.

Alterations in the Plasma Proteome of Early-Onset Severe Preeclampsia

The hypothesis of this study is that many plasma proteins are altered in concentration and structure in preeclampsia and the elucidation of these alterations will add to the poorly understood pathophysiology of preeclampsia. In this study we will compare the maternal plasma proteomes of early-onset severe preeclampsia versus healthy controls, compare protein expression and quantification of the maternal plasma proteome at the time of diagnosis of EOS-preeclampsia to the plasma...

Optimizing Protein Intake and Nitrogen Balance in Adult Critically Ill Patients

The purposes of the study are: - To strictly ensure the appropriate level of protein and caloric provision in critical illness, according to the latest literature recommendation; - To determine if an association exists between protein intake and nitrogen balance in the context of a nutrition with appropriate protein provision based on the latest literature recommendations, rather than in a standard diet with a caloric target weight-based. Creat...

Dietary Fish Protein in Subjects With Insulin Resistance

The objective of our research project is to determine the effects of fish protein, present in fish, on insulin sensitivity in insulin-resistant human individuals, and its mechanism of action on glucose metabolism. Our hypothesis is that fish protein improves insulin sensitivity, glucose tolerance and plasma lipid profile through an improvement in a primary defect in insulin signaling in overweight and insulin-resistant subjects.

The Effects of Discontinuation of Vitamin K Antagonists on the Rate of Elastin Degradation

Background: Elastin is a unique protein providing elasticity, resilience and deformability to dynamic tissues, such as lungs and vasculature. Elastin fibers are characterized by their high affinity for calcium. However, calcified elastin is more prone to the degrading effects of proteases and, in turn, partially degraded elastin has an even higher affinity for calcium. A disturbed balance between proteases and anti-proteases is a major underlying mechanism in the development of...

Protein Balance and Body Composition in Preterm Infants

The adequacy of the quality of protein supply could influence the rate and the relative composition of weight gain in very low birth weight preterm infants. Aim of our study is to investigate protein balance according to feeding regimen and the association between human milk feeding and fat free mass content at term corrected age in a cohort of very low birth weight infants.

Clinical Effectiveness of Serum Chromogranin A Levels on Diagnostic of Pancreatic Neuroendocrine Tumors

Chromogranin A (CgA) is a glycoprotein with a molecular weight of 49 to 52 kDa produced by chromaffin cells of the adrenal medulla, enterochromaffin-like (ECL) cells, and endocrine cells of the stomach and pancreas, and it is the precursor to several functional peptides including vasostatin and pancreastatin. Importantly, CgA can be measured in the serum or plasma or detected within the secretory vesicles as a general diagnostic biomarker for neuroendocrine tumors (NETs), and ...

Removal of Protein Bound Uremic Toxins by Modified Plasma Separation and Adsorption Combined With Hemodialysis

The aim of this study is to examine removal of protein bound uremic substances by mFPSA in chronic hemodialysis patients. mFPSA is an extracorporal blood purification system developed for detoxification in acute liver failure by removal of protein bound as well as water soluble substances.

Ontogenesis of the P-Glycoprotein in Human Lymphocytes Influence of HIV and Antiretroviral Therapeutics

The P-glycoprotein (P-gp) is a membranous transporter that modulates the intracellular concentrations of many drugs and plays thus a major role in the efficacy of the therapeutics that act within the lymphocytes, such as antiretroviral drugs. We aim at studying the evolution of this transporter's expression and activity on lymphocytes in relation with the human development from newborns to adults. We also aim at studying the influence of HIV and antiretroviral treatments on thi...

Plasma Modifications Associated With Rivaroxaban® Treatment for Stroke Prevention

The main objective of this pilot study is to investigate the protein / peptide plasma profiles before and after treatment with a direct anti-Xa (activated Factor 10) in patients with non-valvular atrial fibrillation to better understand the mechanisms of action of these molecules and perform exploratory analyses concerning proteins whose concentrations change after starting treatment.

PED/PEA-15 Protein, PCOS, Obesity, Insulin Sensitivity Indexes, Metformin, Oral Contraceptives

Insulin-resistance plays an important role in polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) physiopathology. The phosphoprotein enriched in the diabetes (PED/PEA-15), a 15 kDa protein related to insulin sensitivity, is over-expressed in type 2 diabetic patients and in PCOS women, independently of obesity. The effectiveness of oral contraceptives pills (OCP) or metformin (MET) in PCOS management is still uncertain. Aim of this pilot clinical study was to compare the effects of OCPs or MET on...

Acute Single Meal Effects of Trout on Cardiovascular Risk Markers and Plasma Proteome

The acute effects of farmed rainbow trout, fed by various feeds versus a control meal with poultry meat on cardiovascular risk markers and plasma protein expression are investigated. The hypotheses of the study are that if the feed are changed from a marine origin to primarily a vegetable origin the content of long chain n-3 poly unsaturated fatty acids (n-3 PUFA) will decrease in the meat and thus possibly result in a decreased effect on health. Furthermore, the feed of the t...


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