Aquaporin-9 is involved in the lipid-lowering activity of the nutraceutical silybin on hepatocytes through modulation of autophagy and lipid droplets composition
In conclusion, silybin was shown to have molecular effects on signaling pathways that were previously unknown and potentially protect the hepatocyte. These actions intersect TG metabolism, fat-induced autophagy and AQP9-mediated glycerol transport in hepatocytes.Graphical abstract
Conclusion: Our study demonstrated that the aberrant expression of CDCA gene family members plays an indispensable role in tumorigenesis. PMID: 31955607 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Publication date: February 2020Source: Journal of Catalysis, Volume 382Author(s): Nirala Singh, Udishnu Sanyal, Griffin Ruehl, Kelsey A. Stoerzinger, Oliver Y. Gutiérrez, Donald M. Camaioni, John L. Fulton, Johannes A. Lercher, Charles T. CampbellAbstractThe mechanisms of aqueous-phase thermal catalytic hydrogenation (TCH) and electrocatalytic hydrogenation (ECH) of organic molecules over Pt group metals are not as well-understood as gas-phase thermal catalytic hydrogenation. In gas-phase, the reactions generally occur via a Langmuir-Hinshelwood mechanism with adsorbed hydrogen adding to adsorbed organics. Here, we ...
As the prevalence of type 1 and type 2 diabetes increases and population-level patterns of alcohol and illicit drug use evolve, clinicians will continue to encounter people with diabetes whose substance use is affecting health outcomes. Substance use contr...
Authors: Qadir KJ, Zangana KO Abstract BACKGROUND: Regular physical activity and exercise is the third management for the child with diabetes mellitus after diet regime and insulin therapy. The aim of the study is to evaluate the effect of swimming on glycemic control for a male adolescent with type 1 diabetes mellitus. OBJECTIVE: The study evaluates the effect of swimming on glycemic control for a male adolescent with type 1 diabetes mellitus. METHODS: The quasi-experimental design was conducted on 40 male adolescents with typ1 diabetes, then divided into two groups; study and control groups. 20 adolescent...
Myopathy, characterised by altered mitochondrial function, is a central part of the pathophysiology of peripheral arterial disease and the aim of this study was to investigate the effect of revascularisation on mitochondrial function.
75 years old patient, with controlled diabetes and hypertension, very fit. he underwent in 2009, a radical prostatectomy followed 30 fractions of adjuvant 3D conformal radiation therapy to the prostatic bed only. in 2018: PSA rise to 2.16 2019: PSA 2.16 Pet PSMA showed a 7 mm LN at the level of L4-5 secondary lesion, with no recurrence in the tumor bed, neither in bone or other LNs. He was put on decapeptyl + casodex. please vote the poll
ConclusionApoA1 was associated with decreased T2DM risk and TG/ApoA1 and apoB/LDL were associated with increased risk of T2DM, only in males. ApoA1 polymorphism, which is associated with lower HDL cholesterol, influenced the predictive effects of HOMA-IR on T2DM incidence, which appeared to be moderated by physical activity, suggesting potential scope for more targeted preventative strategies.
Discussion and conclusions: AMK induced benign or malignant gastric tumours depends on the period of AMK administration. Genes including Mapk13, Nme1, Gsta4, Gstm1, Jun, Mgst2, Ggt6, Gpx2, Gpx8, Calml3, Rasgrp2, Cd44, Gsr, Dgkb, Rras, Amt, Pik3cb, Plcb3, Tp53, Hras, Myc, Src, Akt1, Gnai3, Fgfr3, PDE2a, and PDE3a were found to be critical in aristolochic acid-induced gastric tumour process. PMID: 31957525 [PubMed - in process]
Conclusions: We provided evidence that ARID2 knockout could contribute to disruption of NER process through inhibiting the recruitment of XPG, resulting in susceptibility to carcinogens and potential hypermutation. These findings have far-reaching implications for therapeutic targets in cancers harboring ARID2 mutations.
Ali Mahzari1, Songpei Li1, Xiu Zhou1,2, Dongli Li2, Sherouk Fouda1, Majid Alhomrani1, Wala Alzahrani1, Stephen R. Robinson1 and Ji-Ming Ye1,2* 1Lipid Biology and Metabolic Disease Laboratory, School of Health and Biomedical Sciences, RMIT University, Melbourne, VIC, Australia 2School of Biotechnology and Health Sciences, Wuyi University, Jiangmen, China The present study investigated the effects of matrine on non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) in mice induced by a methionine choline-deficient (MCD) diet and the mechanism involved. The study was performed in C57B/6J mice fed a MCD diet for 6 weeks to induce NAS...
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