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Frew JW, Hawkes JE, Krueger JG
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2 Topical, systemic and biologic therapies in hidradenitis suppurativa: pathogenic insights by examining therapeutic mechanisms

THERAPEUTIC ADVANCES IN CHRONIC DISEASE 2019 MAR 1; 10(?):? Article UNSP 2040622319830646
Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) is a chronic inflammatory disease of the skin, manifesting in chronic, recurrent painful pustules, nodules, boils and purulent draining abscesses. Our current understanding of the pathogenesis of the disease is incomplete. This review aims to identify available treatment options in HS and discuss the pharmacological mechanisms through which such agents function. Identifying common pathways may inform our understanding of the pathogenesis of HS as well as identify future therapeutic targets. The pharmacological mechanisms implicated in topical therapies, antibiotic, hormonal, systemic immunomodulatory and biologic therapies for HS are discussed. Significant differences exist between agents and implicated pathways in therapy for mild and severe disease. This is an expression of the possible dichotomy in inflammatory pathways (and treatment responses) in HS. Studies involving monoclonal antibodies provide the greatest insight into what these specific mechanisms may be. Their variable levels of clinical efficacy compared with placebo bolsters the suggestion that differential inflammatory pathways may be involved in different presentations and severity of disease. Nuclear factor kappa B (NF-kappa B), tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-alpha and other innate immune mechanisms are strongly represented in treatments which are effective in mild to moderate disease in the absence of scarring or draining fistulae, however complex feed-forward mechanisms in severe disease respond to interleukin (IL)-1 inhibition but are less likely to respond to innate immune inhibition (through NF-kappa B or TNF-alpha) alone. It is unclear whether IL-17 inhibition will parallel TNF-alpha or IL-1 inhibition in effect, however it is plausible that small molecule targets (Janus kinase1 and phosphodiesterase 4) may provide effective new strategies for treatment of HS.
Kushnir VA, Darmon SK, Barad DH, Weghofer A, Gleicher N
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Effects of dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) supplementation on sexual function in premenopausal infertile women

ENDOCRINE 2019 MAR; 63(3):632-638
PurposeTo investigate the effects of dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) supplementation on female sexual function in premenopausal infertile women of advanced ages.MethodsThis observational study was conducted in an academically affiliated private fertility center. Patients included 87 premenopausal infertile women, 50 of whom completed the study including the Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) questionnaires and comprehensive endocrine evaluation before and 4-8 weeks after initiating 25mg of oral micronized DHEA TID.ResultsAge of patients was 41.14.2 years, BMI 24.4 +/- 6.1kg/m(2), 86% were married, and 42% were parous. Following supplementation with DHEA, all serum androgen levels increased (each P<0.0001), while FSH levels decreased by 2.6 +/- 4.4 from a baseline of 10.3 +/- 5.4mIU/mL (P=0.009). The FSFI score for the whole study group increased by 7% (from 27.2 +/- 6.9 to 29.2 +/- 5.6; P=0.0166). Domain scores for desire increased by 17% (P=0.0004) and by 12% for arousal (P=0.0122); lubrication demonstrated an 8% trend towards improvement (P=0.0551), while no changes in domain scores for orgasm, satisfaction, or pain were observed. Women in the lowest starting FSFI score quartile (<25.7), experienced a 6.1 +/- 8.0 (34%) increase in total FSFI score following DHEA supplementation. Among these women, improvements in domain categories were noted for desire (40%), arousal (46%), lubrication (33%), orgasm (54%), satisfaction (24%), and pain (25%).Conclusions p id=Par4 This uncontrolled observational study implies that supplementation with DHEA improves sexual function in older premenopausal women with low baseline FSFI scores.
Krause BS, Kaufmann JCD, Kuhne J, Vierock J, Huber T, Sakmar TP, Gerwert K, Bartl FJ, Hegemann P
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Tracking Pore Hydration in Channelrhodopsin by Site-Directed Infrared-Active Azido Probes

BIOCHEMISTRY 2019 MAR 5; 58(9):1275-1286
In recent years, gating and transient ion-pathway formation in the light-gated channelrhodopsins (ChRs) have been intensively studied. Despite these efforts, a profound understanding of the mechanistic details is still lacking. To track structural changes concomitant with the formation and subsequent collapse of the ion-conducting pore, we site-specifically introduced the artificial polarity-sensing probe p-azido-L-phenylalanine (azF) into several ChRs by amber stop codon suppression. The frequently used optogenetic actuator ReaChR (red-activatable ChR) exhibited the best expression properties of the wild type and the azF mutants. By exploiting the unique infrared spectral absorption of azF [nu(as) (N-3) similar to 2100 cm(-1)] and its sensitivity to polarity changes, we monitored hydration changes at various sites of the pore region and the inner gate by stationary and time-resolved infrared spectroscopy. Our data imply that channel closure coincides with a dehydration event occurring between the interface of the central and the inner gate. In contrast, the extracellular ion pathway seems to be hydrated in the open and closed states to similar extents. Mutagenesis of sites in the inner gate suggests that it acts as an intracellular entry funnel, whose architecture and composition modulate water influx and efflux within the channel pore. Our results highlight the potential of genetic code expansion technology combined with biophysical methods to investigate channel gating, particularly hydration dynamics at specific sites, with a so far unprecedented spatial resolution.
Wong ET, Liao GP, Chang JC, Xu P, Li YM, Greengard P
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GSAP modulates gamma-secretase specificity by inducing conformational change in PS1

The mechanism by which gamma-secretase activating protein (GSAP) regulates gamma-secretase activity has not yet been elucidated. Here, we show that knockout of GSAP in cultured cells directly reduces gamma-secretase activity for A beta production, but not for Notch1 cleavage, suggesting that GSAP may induce a conformational change contributing to the specificity of gamma-secretase. Furthermore, using an active-site-directed photoprobe with double cross-linking moieties, we demonstrate that GSAP modifies the orientation and/or distance of the PS1 N-terminal fragment and the PS1 C-terminal fragment, a region containing the active site of gamma-secretase. This work offers insight into how GSAP regulates gamma-secretase specificity.
Galea S, Vaughan RD
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When Population Health Science Intersects With Pressing Cultural Issues: A Public Health of Consequence, March 2019

Zheng QF, Omans ND, Leicher R, Osunsade A, Agustinus AS, Finkin-Groner E, D'Ambrosio H, Liu B, Chandarlapaty S, Liu SX, David Y
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Reversible histone glycation is associated with disease-related changes in chromatin architecture

NATURE COMMUNICATIONS 2019 MAR 20; 10(?):? Article 1289
Cellular proteins continuously undergo non-enzymatic covalent modifications (NECMs) that accumulate under normal physiological conditions and are stimulated by changes in the cellular microenvironment. Glycation, the hallmark of diabetes, is a prevalent NECM associated with an array of pathologies. Histone proteins are particularly susceptible to NECMs due to their long half-lives and nucleophilic disordered tails that undergo extensive regulatory modifications; however, histone NECMs remain poorly understood. Here we perform a detailed analysis of histone glycation in vitro and in vivo and find it has global ramifications on histone enzymatic PTMs, the assembly and stability of nucleosomes, and chromatin architecture. Importantly, we identify a physiologic regulation mechanism, the enzyme DJ-1, which functions as a potent histone deglycase. Finally, we detect intense histone glycation and DJ-1 overexpression in breast cancer tumors. Collectively, our results suggest an additional mechanism for cellular metabolic damage through epigenetic perturbation, with implications in pathogenesis.
Mazzu YZ, Hu YL, Shen YW, Tuschl T, Singer S
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miR-193b regulates tumorigenesis in liposarcoma cells via PDGFR, TGF beta, and Wnt signaling

SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 2019 MAR 1; 9(?):? Article 3197
Liposarcoma is the most common soft tissue sarcoma. Molecularly targeted therapeutics have had limited efficacy in liposarcomas, in part because of inadequate knowledge of the complex molecular alterations in these tumors. Our recent study revealed the tumor suppressive function of miR-193b in liposarcoma. Considering the biological and clinical heterogeneity of liposarcoma, here, we confirmed the under-expression of miR-193b in additional patient liposarcoma samples and cell lines. Based on STRING analysis of protein-protein interactions among the reported putative miR-193b targets, we validated three: PDGFR beta, SMAD4, and YAP1, belonging to strongly interacting pathways (focal adhesion, TGF beta, and Hippo, respectively). We show that all three are directly targeted by miR-193b in liposarcoma. Inhibition of PDGFR beta reduces liposarcoma cell viability and increases adipogenesis. Knockdown of SMAD4 promotes adipogenic differentiation. miR-193b targeting of the Hippo signaling effector YAP1 indirectly inhibits Wnt/beta-catenin signaling. Both a PDGFR inhibitor (CP-673451) and a Wnt/beta-catenin inhibitor (ICG-001) had potent inhibitory effects on liposarcoma cells, suggesting their potential application in liposarcoma treatment. In summary, we demonstrate that miR-193b controls cell growth and differentiation in liposarcoma by targeting multiple key components (PDGFR beta, SMAD4, and YAP1) in several oncogenic signaling pathways.
Braun DA, Warejko JK, Ashraf S, Tan WZ, Daga A, Schneider R, Hermle T, Jobst-Schwan T, Widmeier E, Majmundar AJ, Nakayama M, Schapiro D, Rao J, Schmidt JM, Hoogstraten CA, Hugo H, Bakkaloglu SA, Kari JA, El Desoky S, Daouk G, Mane S, Lifton RP, Shril S, Hildebrandt F
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Genetic variants in the LAMA5 gene in pediatric nephrotic syndrome

Background Nephrotic syndrome (NS), a chronic kidney disease, is characterized by significant loss of protein in the urine causing hypoalbuminemia and edema. In general, approximate to 15% of childhood-onset cases do not respond to steroid therapy and are classified as steroid-resistant NS (SRNS). In approximate to 30% of cases with SRNS, a causative mutation can be detected in one of 44 monogenic SRNS genes. The gene LAMA5 encodes laminin-5, an essential component of the glomerular basement membrane. Mice with a hypomorphic mutation in the orthologous gene Lama5 develop proteinuria and hematuria. Methods To identify additional monogenic causes of NS, we performed whole exome sequencing in 300 families with pediatric NS. In consanguineous families we applied homozygosity mapping to identify genomic candidate loci for the underlying recessive mutation. Results In three families, in whom mutations in known NS genes were excluded, but in whom a recessive, monogenic cause of NS was strongly suspected based on pedigree information, we identified homozygous variants of unknown significance (VUS) in the gene LAMA5. While all affected individuals had nonsyndromic NS with an early onset of disease, their clinical outcome and response to immunosuppressive therapy differed notably. Conclusion We here identify recessive VUS in the gene LAMA5 in patients with partially treatment-responsive NS. More data will be needed to determine the impact of these VUS in disease management. However, familial occurrence of disease, data from genetic mapping and a mouse model that recapitulates the NS phenotypes suggest that these genetic variants may be inherited factors that contribute to the development of NS in pediatric patients.
Zhao L, Sheppard LW, Reid PC, Walter JA, Reuman DC
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Proximate determinants of Taylor's law slopes

Taylor's law (TL), a commonly observed and applied pattern in ecology, describes variances of population densities as related to mean densities via log(variance) = log(a) + b*log(mean). Variations among datasets in the slope, b, have been associated with multiple factors of central importance in ecology, including strength of competitive interactions and demographic rates. But these associations are not transparent, and the relative importance of these and other factors for TL slope variation is poorly studied. TL is thus a ubiquitously used indicator in ecology, the understanding of which is still opaque. The goal of this study was to provide tools to help fill this gap in understanding by providing proximate determinants of TL slopes, statistical quantities that are correlated to TL slopes but are simpler than the slope itself and are more readily linked to ecological factors. Using numeric simulations and 82 multi-decadal population datasets, we here propose, test and apply two proximate statistical determinants of TL slopes which we argue can become key tools for understanding the nature and ecological causes of TL slope variation. We find that measures based on population skewness, coefficient of variation and synchrony are effective proximate determinants. We demonstrate their potential for application by using them to help explain covariation in slopes of spatial and temporal TL (two common types of TL). This study provides tools for understanding TL, and demonstrates their usefulness.
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Fagot A, Gul M, Khvastunov I, Poyraz D, Roskas C, Trocino D, Tytgat M, Verbeke W, Vermassen B, Vit M, Zaganidis N, Bakhshiansohi H, Bondu O, Brochet S, Bruno G, Caputo C, David P, Delaere C, Delcourt M, Francois B, Giammanco A, Krintiras G, Lemaitre V, Magitteri A, Mertens A, Musich M, Piotrzkowski K, Saggio A, Marono MV, Wertz S, Zobec J, Alves FL, Alves GA, Brito L, Silva GC, Hensel C, Moraes A, Pol ME, Teles PR, Das Chagas EBB, Carvalho W, Chinellato J, Coelho E, Da Costa EM, Da Silveira GG, Damiao DD, Martins CDO, De Souza SF, Malbouisson H, Figueiredo DM, De Almeida MM, Mundim L, Mundim L, Nogima H, Da Silva WLP, Rosas LJS, Santoro A, Sznajder A, Thiel M, Manganote EJT, De Araujo FTD, Pereira AV, Ayala E, Jarrin EC, Kamel AE, Mahrous A, Mohammed Y, Bhowmik S, Oliveira ACA, Dewanjee RK, Ehataht K, Kadastik M, Raidal M, Veelken C, Eerola P, Kirschenmann H, Pekkanen J, Voutilainen M, Havukainen J, Heikkila JK, Jarvinen T, Karimaki V, Kinnunen R, Lampen T, Lassila-Perini K, Laurila S, 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K, Mukhopadhyay S, Nandan S, Purohit A, Rout PK, Roy A, Chowdhury SR, Sarkar S, Sharan M, Singh B, Thakur S, Behera PK, Chudasama R, Dutta D, Jha V, Kumar V, Mohanty AK, Netrakanti PK, Pant LM, Shukla P, Topkar A, Aziz T, Dugad S, Mahakud B, Mitra S, Mohanty GB, Sur N, Sutar B, Banerjee S, Bhattacharya S, Chatterjee S, Das P, Guchait M, Jain S, Kumar S, Maity M, Majumder G, Mazumdar K, Sarkar T, Wickramage N, Chauhan S, Dube S, Hegde V, Kapoor A, Kothekar K, Pandey S, Rane A, Sharma S, Chenarani S, Tadavani EE, Etesami SM, Khakzad M, Najafabadi MM, Naseri M, Mehdiabadi SP, Hosseinabadi FR, Safarzadeh B, Zeinali M, Felcini M, Grunewald M, Abbrescia M, Calabria C, Colaleo A, Creanza D, Cristella L, De Filippis N, De Palma M, Di Florio A, Errico F, Fiore L, Iaselli G, Lezki S, Maggi G, Maggi M, Marangelli B, Miniello G, My S, Nuzzo S, Pompili A, Pugliese G, Radogna R, Ranieri A, Selvaggi G, Sharma A, Silvestris L, Venditti R, Verwilligen P, Zito G, Abbiendi G, Battilana C, Bonacorsi D, 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Search for top quark partners with charge 5/3 in the same-sign dilepton and single-lepton final states in proton-proton collisions at root s=13 TeV

JOURNAL OF HIGH ENERGY PHYSICS 2019 MAR 14; ?(3):? Article 082
A search for the pair production of heavy fermionic partners of the top quark with charge 5/3 (X-5/3) is performed in proton-proton collisions at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV with the CMS detector at the CERN LHC. The data sample analyzed corresponds to an integrated luminosity of 35.9 fb(-1). The X-5/3 quark is assumed always to decay into a top quark and a W boson. Both the right-handed and left-handed X-5/3 couplings to the W boson are considered. Final states with either a pair of same-sign leptons or a single lepton are studied. No significant excess of events is observed above the expected standard model background. Lower limits at 95% confidence level on the X-5/3 quark mass are set at 1.33 and 1.30 TeV respectively for the case of right-handed and left-handed couplings to W bosons in a combination of the same-sign dilepton and single-lepton final states.