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Additional file 4 of Microbiota and metabolites alterations in proximal and distal gastric cancer patients

Yan Yang, Daofeng Dai, Wen Jin, Yingying Huang, Yingzi Zhang, Yiran Chen, Wankun Wang, Wu Lin, Xiangliu Chen, Jing Zhang, Haohao Wang, Haibin Zhang & Lisong Teng
Additional file 4: Figure S3. Differential microbiota of gastric cancer tissues and non-tumor tissues. A Differential taxa from phylum to genus of Distal T and Distal N. B Differential taxa from phylum to genus of Proximal T and Proximal N.

Additional file 1 of Construction and yield optimization of a cinnamylamine biosynthesis route in Escherichia coli

Qi Wang, Linlin Ma, Zhiguo Wang, Quan Chen, Qian Wang & Qingsheng Qi
Additional file 1: Table S1. Bacterial strains used in this study.

Additional file 5 of Construction and yield optimization of a cinnamylamine biosynthesis route in Escherichia coli

Qi Wang, Linlin Ma, Zhiguo Wang, Quan Chen, Qian Wang & Qingsheng Qi
Additional file 5: Figure S2. Intracellular NADH content of MER-oE strains under different medium conditions. Data represent mean ± S.D. (error bars) from three independent experiments.

sj-pptx-1-tag-10.1177_17562848221124029 – Supplemental material for ‘FLARE’ of tumor marker in advanced gastric cancer treated with first-line systemic therapy

Fangyuan Zhang, Menglan Zhai, Jinru Yang, Lei Zhao, Zhenyu Lin, Jing Wang, Tao Zhang & Dandan Yu
Supplemental material, sj-pptx-1-tag-10.1177_17562848221124029 for ‘FLARE’ of tumor marker in advanced gastric cancer treated with first-line systemic therapy by Fangyuan Zhang, Menglan Zhai, Jinru Yang, Lei Zhao, Zhenyu Lin, Jing Wang, Tao Zhang and Dandan Yu in Therapeutic Advances in Gastroenterology

sj-pptx-2-tag-10.1177_17562848221124029 – Supplemental material for ‘FLARE’ of tumor marker in advanced gastric cancer treated with first-line systemic therapy

Fangyuan Zhang, Menglan Zhai, Jinru Yang, Lei Zhao, Zhenyu Lin, Jing Wang, Tao Zhang & Dandan Yu
Supplemental material, sj-pptx-2-tag-10.1177_17562848221124029 for ‘FLARE’ of tumor marker in advanced gastric cancer treated with first-line systemic therapy by Fangyuan Zhang, Menglan Zhai, Jinru Yang, Lei Zhao, Zhenyu Lin, Jing Wang, Tao Zhang and Dandan Yu in Therapeutic Advances in Gastroenterology

‘FLARE’ of tumor marker in advanced gastric cancer treated with first-line systemic therapy

Fangyuan Zhang, Menglan Zhai, Jinru Yang, Lei Zhao, Zhenyu Lin, Jing Wang, Tao Zhang & Dandan Yu
Background:Transient tumor marker elevations caused by chemotherapy were defined as ‘Flare’ and have been demonstrated in some solid tumors. In clinical practice, we observed that some patients were accompanied by elevated tumor markers during treatment, but subsequent imaging proved that the treatment they received was effective.Objectives:We aimed to study the Flare and the prognosis in advanced gastric cancer.Design:This is an observational retrospective study. A total of 167 patients were enrolled in this study. Carcinoembryonic antigen...

Additional file 4 of Inhibition of CISD2 promotes ferroptosis through ferritinophagy-mediated ferritin turnover and regulation of p62–Keap1–NRF2 pathway

Yanchun Li, Bing Xu, Xueying Ren, Luyang Wang, Yaqing Xu, Yefeng Zhao, Chen Yang, Chen Yuan, Huanjuan Li, Xiangmin Tong, Ying Wang & Jing Du
Additional file 4: Figure S4. (A) Analysis of NQO1 expression by RT-PCR in CISD2 silenced HT-1080 cells with or without the treatment of erastin; (B) Quantitative analysis of NQO1 expression in Fig. 4A;★P < 0.05 and ★★P < 0.01 between the indicated groups.

YAP1 protects against septic liver injury via ferroptosis resistance

Jin Wang, Qian Zhu, Rui Li, Jing Zhang, Xujun Ye & Xinyi Li
Abstract Background The liver plays crucial roles in sepsis and is one of the major targets for sepsis-related injuries. Ferroptosis, a newly emerged form of lytic cell death, has been implicated in sepsis related organ failure. Yes-associated protein1 (YAP1), a key regulator of the Hippo signaling pathway, may be involved in ferroptosis development. This study aimed to elucidate the role of YAP1 in septic liver injury through regulating ferroptosis, especially ferritinophagy-mediated ferroptosis. Results Cecal ligation...

Additional file 1 of Microbiota and metabolites alterations in proximal and distal gastric cancer patients

Yan Yang, Daofeng Dai, Wen Jin, Yingying Huang, Yingzi Zhang, Yiran Chen, Wankun Wang, Wu Lin, Xiangliu Chen, Jing Zhang, Haohao Wang, Haibin Zhang & Lisong Teng
Additional file 1: Table S1. Clinicopathological characteristics of patients with gastric cancer in this study. Table S2. Different microorganisms in Proximal T and Distal T compared to their respective non tumor samples. Table S3. Significant differences in metabolites between Distal T and Distal N. Table S4. Significant differences in metabolites between Proximal T and Proximal N. Table S5. Metabolic pathway enrichment of differential metabolites between Distal T and Distal N. Table S6. Metabolic pathway enrichment...

Visualizing biogeochemical heterogeneity in soils and sediments: A review of advanced micro-scale sampling and imaging methods

Cai Li, Shiming Ding, Musong Chen, Zhilin Zhong, Qin Sun & Yan Wang
For soils and sediments, which are complex and heterogeneous, root-triggered processes, bioturbation of benthic communities, and local decomposition of reactive organic materials can greatly increase their biogeochemical heterogeneity. In practice, common monitoring methods can only be used to determine the centimeter- to millimeter-scale heterogeneity from vertical or horizontal one-dimensional profiles. However, significant heterogeneity exists in both soils and sediments on the millimeter to sub-millimeter scales. Therefore, in-situ and high-resolution sampling and imaging methods are essential...

Visualizing biogeochemical heterogeneity in soils and sediments: A review of advanced micro-scale sampling and imaging methods

Cai Li, Shiming Ding, Musong Chen, Zhilin Zhong, Qin Sun & Yan Wang
For soils and sediments, which are complex and heterogeneous, root-triggered processes, bioturbation of benthic communities, and local decomposition of reactive organic materials can greatly increase their biogeochemical heterogeneity. In practice, common monitoring methods can only be used to determine the centimeter- to millimeter-scale heterogeneity from vertical or horizontal one-dimensional profiles. However, significant heterogeneity exists in both soils and sediments on the millimeter to sub-millimeter scales. Therefore, in-situ and high-resolution sampling and imaging methods are essential...

Protein disulfide isomerases (PDIs) negatively regulate ebolavirus structural glycoprotein expression in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) via the autophagy-lysosomal pathway

Bin Wang, Jing Zhang, Xin Liu, Qingqing Chai, Xiaoran Lu, Xiaoyu Yao, Zhichang Yang, Liangliang Sun, Silas F. Johnson, Richard C Schwartz & Yong-Hui Zheng
Zaire ebolavirus (EBOV) causes a severe hemorrhagic fever in humans and non-human primates with high morbidity and mortality. EBOV infection is dependent on its structural glycoprotein (GP), but high levels of GP expression also trigger cell rounding, detachment, and downregulation of many surface molecules that is thought to contribute to its high pathogenicity. Thus, EBOV has evolved an RNA editing mechanism to reduce its GP expression and increase its fitness. We now report that the...

A defective lysophosphatidic acid-autophagy axis increases miscarriage risk by restricting decidual macrophage residence

Hui-Li Yang, Zhen-Zhen Lai, Jia-Wei Shi, Wen-Jie Zhou, Jie Mei, Jiang-Feng Ye, Tao Zhang, Jian Wang, Jian-Yuan Zhao, Da-Jin Li & Ming-Qing Li
Massive infiltrated and enriched decidual macrophages (dMφ) have been widely regarded as important regulators of maternal-fetal immune tolerance and trophoblast invasion, contributing to normal pregnancy. However, the characteristics of metabolic profile and the underlying mechanism of dMφ residence remain largely unknown. Here, we observe that dMφ display an active glycerophospholipid metabolism. The activation of ENPP2-lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) facilitates the adhesion and retention, and M2 differentiation of dMφ during normal pregnancy. Mechanistically, this process is mediated...

A defective lysophosphatidic acid-autophagy axis increases miscarriage risk by restricting decidual macrophage residence

Hui-Li Yang, Zhen-Zhen Lai, Jia-Wei Shi, Wen-Jie Zhou, Jie Mei, Jiang-Feng Ye, Tao Zhang, Jian Wang, Jian-Yuan Zhao, Da-Jin Li & Ming-Qing Li
Massive infiltrated and enriched decidual macrophages (dMφ) have been widely regarded as important regulators of maternal-fetal immune tolerance and trophoblast invasion, contributing to normal pregnancy. However, the characteristics of metabolic profile and the underlying mechanism of dMφ residence remain largely unknown. Here, we observe that dMφ display an active glycerophospholipid metabolism. The activation of ENPP2-lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) facilitates the adhesion and retention, and M2 differentiation of dMφ during normal pregnancy. Mechanistically, this process is mediated...

Sex-specific strategies of nutrient resorption associated with leaf economics in Populus euphratica

Lei Yu
There are differences between sexes in physiological and functional traits and possibly in nutrient resorption, particularly in nutrient-poor environments. However, little is known about the extent of nutrient resorption from fine stems and fine roots, and how nutrient resorption is related to leaf economics in the males and females of dioecious trees. We investigated nutrient resorption of different organs and explored whether nutrient resorption is associated with nutrient conservation traits of leaves (e.g. leaf thickness,...

Considering inner and outer bark as distinctive tissues helps to disentangle the effects of bark traits on decomposition

Li Lin, Li Lin, Yao-Bin Song, Yikang Li, Leo Goudzwaard, Richard S.P. Van Logtestijn, Chenhui Chang, Rob Broekman, Jurgen Van Hal, Juan Zuo, Frank J. Sterck, Lourens Poorter, Ute Sass-Klaassen, Mariet M. Hefting & J. Hans C. Cornelissen
Revealing the ecological consequences of bark multifunctionality and its underlying traits has become a relatively new but essential focus in plant ecology. Although the enormous differences between the most crucial bark layers, i.e., inner and outer bark, in structure and functions have been widely recognized, the overall bark has been regarded as a homogenous tissue in most bark-related studies. This has led to poor knowledge on the functional independence, specialized contributions and possible linkages of...

Covariations and tradeoffs of phosphorus (P) acquisition strategies in dioecious Populus euphratica as affected by soil water availability

Zhichao Xia, Yue He, Zuodong Zhu, Helena Korpelainen & Chunyang Li
1. Dioecious species may be particularly vulnerable to climate change because they often exhibit skewed sex ratios that are reinforced by the physiological and biological specialization of each sex to specific microhabitats. Yet, it is unclear how differences in functional traits between female and male plants lead to sex-specific responses to drought and whether these responses are associated with phosphorus (P) acquisition diverge or converge. 2. Here, we measured the morphological and physiological traits of...

Inhibition of CISD2 promotes ferroptosis through ferritinophagy-mediated ferritin turnover and regulation of p62–Keap1–NRF2 pathway

Yanchun Li, Bing Xu, Xueying Ren, Luyang Wang, Yaqing Xu, Yefeng Zhao, Chen Yang, Chen Yuan, Huanjuan Li, Xiangmin Tong, Ying Wang & Jing Du
Abstract Background CDGSH iron sulfur domain 2 (CISD2) is an iron–sulfur protein with a [2Fe–2S] cluster, which is critical for cell proliferation and iron homeostasis. It has been demonstrated that aberrant expression of CISD2 is associated with the progression of multiple cancers. However, the underlying mechanism of CISD2 in regulating tumorigenesis remains obscure. Methods Bioinformatics strategies were used to investigate the protein interaction network and functional annotation of CISD2. In the functional experiment, cell viability...

Microbiota and metabolites alterations in proximal and distal gastric cancer patients

Yan Yang, Daofeng Dai, Wen Jin, Yingying Huang, Yingzi Zhang, Yiran Chen, Wankun Wang, Wu Lin, Xiangliu Chen, Jing Zhang, Haohao Wang, Haibin Zhang & Lisong Teng
Abstract Background Globally, gastric cancer is the third most common cancer and the third leading cause of cancer death. Proximal and distal gastric cancers have distinct clinical and biological behaviors. The microbial composition and metabolic differences in proximal and distal gastric cancers have not been fully studied and discussed. Methods In this study, the gastric microbiome of 13 proximal gastric cancer tissues, 16 distal gastric cancer tissues, and their matched non-tumor tissues were characterized using...

Additional file 4 of Construction and yield optimization of a cinnamylamine biosynthesis route in Escherichia coli

Qi Wang, Linlin Ma, Zhiguo Wang, Quan Chen, Qian Wang & Qingsheng Qi
Additional file 4: Figure S1. Validation of ω-transaminase activity based on color reaction. 1: Control 2: Empty vector plasmid strain breaking solution 3: Breaking solution of strain expressing He-ωTA protein 4: Breaking solution of strain expressing Cv-ωTA protein 5: Purified He-ωTA protein solution 6: Purified Cv-ωTA protein solution.

Additional file 6 of Construction and yield optimization of a cinnamylamine biosynthesis route in Escherichia coli

Qi Wang, Linlin Ma, Zhiguo Wang, Quan Chen, Qian Wang & Qingsheng Qi
Additional file 6: Figure S3. The petP and petE plasmids expression in E. coil by SDS-PAGE analysis of whole cell (WC), supernatant (S), and protein marker (M).

Construction and yield optimization of a cinnamylamine biosynthesis route in Escherichia coli

Qi Wang, Linlin Ma, Zhiguo Wang, Quan Chen, Qian Wang & Qingsheng Qi
Abstract Background With the development of metabolic engineering and synthetic biology, the biosynthesis of aromatic compounds has attracted much attention. Cinnamylamine is an aromatic compound derived from l-phenylalanine, which is used in the synthesis of biologically active molecules, including drugs, and energetic materials. Cinnamylamine has been mainly synthesized by chemical methods to date, and few reports have focused on the biosynthesis of cinnamylamine. Therefore, it is desirable to establish an efficient biosynthesis method for cinnamylamine....

Additional file 5 of Construction and yield optimization of a cinnamylamine biosynthesis route in Escherichia coli

Qi Wang, Linlin Ma, Zhiguo Wang, Quan Chen, Qian Wang & Qingsheng Qi
Additional file 5: Figure S2. Intracellular NADH content of MER-oE strains under different medium conditions. Data represent mean ± S.D. (error bars) from three independent experiments.

Additional file 1 of Inhibition of CISD2 promotes ferroptosis through ferritinophagy-mediated ferritin turnover and regulation of p62–Keap1–NRF2 pathway

Yanchun Li, Bing Xu, Xueying Ren, Luyang Wang, Yaqing Xu, Yefeng Zhao, Chen Yang, Chen Yuan, Huanjuan Li, Xiangmin Tong, Ying Wang & Jing Du
Additional file 1: Figure S1. Enrichment analysis of CISD2 related genes. (A) Protein-protein interaction network of CISD2 from STRING website ( https://www.string-db.org/ ) and Cytoscape 3.7.2 software; (B) The enrichment analysis of CISD2 related genes in GO terms, including BP (biological process), CC (cell component) and MF (molecular function), and KEGG pathway.

Additional file 4 of Inhibition of CISD2 promotes ferroptosis through ferritinophagy-mediated ferritin turnover and regulation of p62–Keap1–NRF2 pathway

Yanchun Li, Bing Xu, Xueying Ren, Luyang Wang, Yaqing Xu, Yefeng Zhao, Chen Yang, Chen Yuan, Huanjuan Li, Xiangmin Tong, Ying Wang & Jing Du
Additional file 4: Figure S4. (A) Analysis of NQO1 expression by RT-PCR in CISD2 silenced HT-1080 cells with or without the treatment of erastin; (B) Quantitative analysis of NQO1 expression in Fig. 4A;★P < 0.05 and ★★P < 0.01 between the indicated groups.

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