Hua R.,Hua Medicine
Zhonghua wei zhong bing ji jiu yi xue | Year: 2013
To investigate the association of traumatic severity with changes in lymphocyte subsets in the early stage after trauma. Sixty-three male patients admitted within 4 hours after trauma were enrolled. According to injury severity score (ISS), the patients were divided into two groups: mild trauma group (ISS<16, n=35) and severe trauma group (ISS≥16, n=28). At admission, the patients peripheral blood were extracted to detect T lymphocytes subsets, blood routine test, blood biochemical and arterial blood gas analysis which were used to calculate the acute physiology and chronic health evaluation II (APACHEII) scores. The correlation of lymphocyte subsets and ISS score, and the correlation of lymphocyte subsets and APACHEII score were both analyzed statistically. Another 20 cases of healthy male adults were enrolled as the control group. Compared with the healthy control group, CD3(+) T cell contents in blood were decreased obviously in mild trauma group and severe trauma group (0.648±0.112, 0.647±0.110 vs. 0.708±0.082, both P<0.05); CD4(+) T cells contents in severe group were decreased significantly (0.317±0.086 vs. 0.389±0.064, P<0.05), and natural killer (NK) cells were significantly increased (0.217±0.107 vs. 0.158±0.068, P<0.05). B cells content in severe group was decreased significantly than that of mild group (0.114±0.060 vs. 0.155±0.075, P<0.05). There were no significant difference in CD8(+) and CD4/CD8 ratio among the healthy control group, mild trauma group and severe trauma group (CD8(+): 0.260±0.074, 0.260±0.091, 0.271±0.105; CD4/CD8 ratio: 1.69±0.75, 1.56±0.83, 1.34±0.65, all P>0.05). Except that there were negative correlation between CD3(+) T cells and the ISS scores (r=-0.42, P=0.03), the other lymphocyte subsets showed no correlation with the ISS scores and the APACHEII scores (mild trauma group with ISS scores: CD3(+) r=-0.10, CD4(+) r=-0.31, CD8(+) r=0.18, B cells r=0.20, NK cells r=-0.04; mild trauma group with APACHEII scores: CD3(+) r=0.04, CD4(+) r=-0.07, CD8(+) r=0.06, B cells r=-0.10, NK cells r=0.05, severe trauma group with ISS scores: CD4(+) r=-0.12, CD8(+) r=-0.17, B cells r=0.02, NK cells r=0.31,all P>0.05;severe trauma group with APACHEII scores:CD3(+) r=-0.24, CD4(+) r=0.11, CD8(+) r=-0.26, B cells r=0.15, NK cells r=0.08, all P>0.05). CD3(+) and CD4(+) T cells decreased and NK cells increased significantly in blood in the early stage after severe trauma. CD3(+) T cells are independent indexes which reflect body injury. Therefore, it is necessary to monitor the changes of immune cells dynamically after severe trauma.
Zeng J.-P.,Dong - A University |
Bi B.,Hua Medicine |
Chen L.,Dong - A University |
Yang P.,Dong - A University |
And 3 more authors.
Journal of Dermatological Science | Year: 2014
Background: Photoaging skin is due to accumulative effect of UV irradiation that mainly imposes its damage on dermal fibroblasts. To mimic the specific cellular responses invoked by long term effect of UVB, it is preferable to develop a photo-damaged model in vitro based on repeated UVB exposure instead of a single exposure. Objective: To develop a photo-damaged model of fibroblasts by repeated UVB exposure allowing for investigation of molecular mechanism underlying premature senescence and testing of potential anti-photoaging compounds. Methods: Mouse dermal fibroblasts (MDFs) at early passages (passages 1-3) were exposed to a series of 4 sub-cytotoxic dose of UVB. The senescent phenotypes were detected at 24 or 48. h after the last irradiation including cell viability, ROS generation, mitochondrial membrane potential, cell cycle, production and degradation of extracellular matrix. Results: Repeated exposure of UVB resulted in remarkable features of senescence. It effectively avoided the disadvantages of single dose such as induction of cell death rather than senescence, inadequate stress resulting in cellular self-rehabilitation. Conclusion: Our work confirms the possibility of detecting cellular machinery that mediates UVB damage to fibroblasts in vitro by repeated exposure, while the potential molecular mechanisms including cell surface receptors, protein kinase signal transduction pathways, and transcription factors remain to be further evaluated. © 2013 Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology.
Hua J.,Hua Medicine
Engineering Technology, Engineering Education and Engineering Management - International Conference on Engineering Technology, Engineering Education and Engineering Management, ETEEEM 2014 | Year: 2015
In order to fast transmission and processing of medical images and do not need to install client and plug-ins, the paper designed a kind of medical image reading system based on BS structure. This system improved the existing IWEB in the framework of PACS client image processing, medical image based on the service WEB completion port model. To realize the fast loading images with high concurrency, compared with the traditional WEB PACS, this system has the advantages of no client without plug-in installation, at the same time in the transmission and processing performance image has been greatly improved. © 2015 Taylor & Francis Group, London.
Fan L.,Shanghai University |
Wang Q.,Shanghai Zhabei District Central Hospital |
Liu R.,Ningxia Medical University |
Zong M.,Shanghai University |
And 4 more authors.
Arthritis Research and Therapy | Year: 2012
Introduction: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is characterized by synovial lining hyperplasia, in which there may be an imbalance between the growth and death of fibroblast-like synoviocytes (FLSs). Antibodies against citrullinated proteins are proposed to induce RA. This study aimed to investigate the pathogenic role of citrullinated fibronectin (cFn) in RA.Methods: The distribution of fibronectin (Fn) and cFn in synovial tissues from RA and osteoarthritis (OA) patients was examined by immunohistochemical and double immunofluorescence analysis. FLSs were isolated from RA and OA patients and treated with Fn or cFn. Apoptosis was detected by flow cytometry and TUNEL assay. The expression of survivin, caspase-3, cyclin-B1, Bcl-2 and Bax was detected by real-time PCR. The secretion of proinflammatory cytokines was measured by ELISA.Results: Fn formed extracellular aggregates that were specifically citrullinated in synovial tissues of RA patients, but no Fn deposits were observed in those of OA patients. Fn induced the apoptosis of RA and OA FLSs while cFn inhibited the apoptosis of RA and OA FLSs. Fn significantly increased the expression of caspase-3 and decreased the expression of survivin and cyclin-B1 in FLSs from RA and OA patients. cFn significantly increased the expression of survivin in RA FLSs. Furthermore, cFn increased the secretion of TNF-α and IL-1 by FLSs.Conclusions: cFn plays a potential pathophysiologic role in RA by inhibiting apoptosis and increasing proinflammatory cytokine secretion of FLSs. © 2012 Fan et al.; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.
Hua Medicine | Date: 2013-12-20
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