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Brian M Luna et al.
The Journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy, 74(9), 2631-2639 (2019-06-07)
New strategies are needed to slow the emergence of antibiotic resistance among bacterial pathogens. In particular, society is experiencing a crisis of antibiotic-resistant infections caused by Gram-negative bacterial pathogens and novel therapeutics are desperately needed to combat such diseases. Acquisition
Kai Cai et al.
Structure (London, England : 1993), 26(8), 1127-1136 (2018-07-10)
Cysteine desulfurase plays a central role in mitochondrial iron-sulfur cluster biogenesis by generating sulfur through the conversion of L-cysteine to L-alanine and by serving as the platform for assembling other components of the biosynthetic machinery, including ISCU, frataxin, and ferredoxin.
"Iron (III) chloride-based mild synthesis of phenanthrene and its application to total synthesis of phenanthroindolizidine alkaloids"
Wang L-K, et al.
Tetrahedron, 64(32), 7504-7510 (2008)
Johongir M Muradov et al.
Journal of neurotrauma, 30(10), 840-852 (2013-01-11)
Vasospasm, hemorrhage, and loss of microvessels at the site of contusive or compressive spinal cord injury lead to infarction and initiate secondary degeneration. Here, we used intravenous injection of endothelial-binding lectin followed by histology to show that the number of
Hyunwoo Yuk et al.
Nature materials, 15(2), 190-196 (2015-11-10)
In many animals, the bonding of tendon and cartilage to bone is extremely tough (for example, interfacial toughness ∼800 J m(-2); refs ,), yet such tough interfaces have not been achieved between synthetic hydrogels and non-porous surfaces of engineered solids. Here, we report
Angeliki M Andrianaki et al.
Nature communications, 9(1), 3333-3333 (2018-08-22)
Mucormycosis is a life-threatening respiratory fungal infection predominantly caused by Rhizopus species. Mucormycosis has incompletely understood pathogenesis, particularly how abnormalities in iron metabolism compromise immune responses. Here we show how, as opposed to other filamentous fungi, Rhizopus spp. establish intracellular
Lindsey M Ott et al.
Tissue engineering. Part A, 21(17-18), 2390-2403 (2015-06-23)
Tracheal stenosis is a life-threatening disease and current treatments include surgical reconstruction with autologous rib cartilage and the highly complex slide tracheoplasty surgical technique. We propose using a sustainable implant, composed of a tunable, fibrous scaffold with encapsulated chondrogenic growth
Novel non-specific liquid fingerprint technology for wine analysis: a feasibility study.
Siivonen JJ, et al.
Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 20(2), 172-177 (2014)
Kristina L Modjeski et al.
PloS one, 11(9), e0160638-e0160638 (2016-09-16)
Thrombosis-associated pathologies, such as myocardial infarction and stroke, are major causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Because platelets are necessary for hemostasis and thrombosis, platelet directed therapies must balance inhibiting platelet function with bleeding risk. Glutamate receptor interacting protein 1
"Iron (III) chloride-catalyzed convenient one-pot synthesis of homoallyl benzyl ethers starting from aldehydes"
Watahiki T, et al.
Organic Letters, 5(17), 3045-3048 (2003)
Shenglong Cao et al.
Stroke, 49(4), 995-1002 (2018-03-08)
Brain iron overload is a key factor causing brain injury after intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH). This study quantified brain iron levels after ICH with magnetic resonance imaging R2* mapping. The effect of minocycline on iron overload and ICH-induced brain injury in
Johongir M Muradov et al.
Experimental neurology, 249, 59-73 (2013-08-28)
The mechanisms contributing to axon loss after spinal cord injury (SCI) are largely unknown but may involve microvascular loss as we have previously suggested. Here, we used a mild contusive injury (120 kdyn IH impactor) at T9 in rats focusing
Mohd Baasir Gaisawat et al.
Microorganisms, 8(1) (2020-01-08)
Clostridium (C.) difficile-infection (CDI), a nosocomial gastrointestinal disorder, is of growing concern due to its rapid rise in recent years. Antibiotic therapy of CDI is associated with disrupted metabolic function and altered gut microbiota. The use of probiotics as an
Sandra C Garzón-Castaño et al.
F1000Research, 7, 1937-1937 (2019-02-28)
Background: Several ethnobotanical and ethnopharmacological studies have shown the therapeutic potential of plants from the genus Tabebuia, which have long been used in traditional medicine in rural areas of South America, for the treatment of several human diseases. This study
Shaun Martin et al.
Parkinson's disease, 2016, 9531917-9531917 (2016-04-14)
The late endo-/lysosomal P-type ATPase ATP13A2 (PARK9) is implicated in Parkinson's disease (PD) and Kufor-Rakeb syndrome, early-onset atypical Parkinsonism. ATP13A2 interacts at the N-terminus with the signaling lipids phosphatidic acid (PA) and phosphatidylinositol (3,5) bisphosphate (PI(3,5)P2), which modulate ATP13A2 activity
Leonid Livshits et al.
MethodsX, 4, 250-255 (2017-08-11)
Cysteine catabolism by gut microbiota produces high levels of sulfide. Excessive sulfide can interfere with colon function, and therefore may be involved in the etiology and risk of relapse of ulcerative colitis, an inflammatory bowel disease affecting millions of people
Anders S Hansen et al.
Nature protocols, 10(8), 1181-1197 (2015-07-15)
Microfluidics coupled to quantitative time-lapse fluorescence microscopy is transforming our ability to control, measure and understand signaling dynamics in single living cells. Here we describe a pipeline that incorporates multiplexed microfluidic cell culture, automated programmable fluid handling for cell perturbation
Masami Shiimori et al.
Molecular cell, 70(5), 814-824 (2018-06-09)
To achieve adaptive and heritable immunity against viruses and other mobile genetic elements, CRISPR-Cas systems must capture and store short DNA fragments (spacers) from these foreign elements into host genomic CRISPR arrays. This process is catalyzed by conserved Cas1/Cas2 integration complexes
Chanhyuk Lim et al.
Science advances, 7(19) (2021-05-09)
Hydrogels consist of a cross-linked porous polymer network and water molecules occupying the interspace between the polymer chains. Therefore, hydrogels are soft and moisturized, with mechanical structures and physical properties similar to those of human tissue. Such hydrogels have a
Casey E Hughes et al.
Cell, 180(2), 296-310 (2020-01-25)
Mitochondria and lysosomes are functionally linked, and their interdependent decline is a hallmark of aging and disease. Despite the long-standing connection between these organelles, the function(s) of lysosomes required to sustain mitochondrial health remains unclear. Here, working in yeast, we
Ran Wang et al.
Bio-protocol, 7(14), e2394-e2394 (2017-07-20)
Specialized secretory cells known as goblet cells in the intestine and respiratory epithelium are responsible for the secretion of mucins. Mucins are large heavily glycosylated proteins and typically have a molecular mass higher than 106 Da. These large proteins are
Roshali T de Silva et al.
Microbiology (Reading, England), 167(2) (2021-01-19)
Some microbes display pleomorphism, showing variable cell shapes in a single culture, whereas others differentiate to adapt to changed environmental conditions. The pleomorphic archaeon Haloferax volcanii commonly forms discoid-shaped ('plate') cells in culture, but may also be present as rods
Mirjam Visscher et al.
Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 30(9), 1790-1800 (2019-06-30)
Atherosclerosis is a lipid and inflammation-driven disease of the arteries that is characterized by gradual buildup of plaques in the vascular wall. A so-called vulnerable plaque, consisting of a lipid-rich necrotic core contained by a thin fibrous cap, may rupture
Ravi Singh Baghel et al.
Scientific reports, 11(1), 9141-9141 (2021-04-30)
Pomegranate cv. 'Wonderful' fruit are susceptible to chilling injuries of the peel (CIp) when stored at 7 °C in modified-atmosphere bags for more than 3 months. The damage, manifested as superficial browning, is restricted to the fruit skin, i.e., the outer colored
Jung-Feng Lin et al.
International journal of molecular sciences, 20(21) (2019-10-28)
Chronic renal failure involving hemodialysis results in blood loss during filtration. Iron deficiency and iron deficiency anemia can result. A compensatory increase in iron dosage has many side effects including discomfort. Elemental iron is a highly-pure iron source, which reduces
Xinggui Shen et al.
Free radical biology & medicine, 50(9), 1021-1031 (2011-02-01)
The gasotransmitter hydrogen sulfide is known to regulate multiple cellular functions during normal and pathophysiological states. However, a paucity of concise information exists regarding quantitative amounts of hydrogen sulfide involved in physiological and pathological responses. This is primarily due to
Stephanie Probst et al.
Archives of toxicology, 95(8), 2719-2735 (2021-06-29)
The liver hormone hepcidin regulates systemic iron homeostasis. Hepcidin is also expressed by the kidney, but exclusively in distal nephron segments. Several studies suggest hepcidin protects against kidney damage involving Fe2+ overload. The nephrotoxic non-essential metal ion Cd2+ can displace
Patrick J Kirby et al.
Experimental lung research, 35(10), 858-882 (2009-12-10)
The mechanism(s) by which chronic inhalation of indium phosphide (InP) particles causes pleural fibrosis is not known. Few studies of InP pleural toxicity have been conducted because of the challenges in conducting particulate inhalation exposures, and because the pleural lesions
Sarah van Veen et al.
Nature, 578(7795), 419-424 (2020-01-31)
ATP13A2 (PARK9) is a late endolysosomal transporter that is genetically implicated in a spectrum of neurodegenerative disorders, including Kufor-Rakeb syndrome-a parkinsonism with dementia1-and early-onset Parkinson's disease2. ATP13A2 offers protection against genetic and environmental risk factors of Parkinson's disease, whereas loss
H F Hazlett et al.
Scientific reports, 10(1), 10935-10935 (2020-07-04)
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a genetic disease caused by mutations in the CF transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) gene, resulting in chronic bacterial lung infections and tissue damage. CF macrophages exhibit reduced bacterial killing and increased inflammatory signaling. Iron is elevated
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