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Chinese Journal of Comparative Medicine ; (6): 81-86, 2017.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-617065

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Objective To detect the expression of long non-coding RNA (lncRNA) CCAT1 in human papillary thyroid cancer, and to observe the effect of CCAT1 down-regulation on the invasion and migration of human papillary thyroid cancer.Methods The expression of CCAT1 was detected in human normal thyroid Nthy-ori 3-1 cells and human papillary thyroid cancer TPC-1 cells.CCAT1 siRNA plasmid was transfected into TPC-1 cells.The effect of CCAT1 down-regulation on cell invasion and migration was observed by Transwell chamber assay and scratch test, and the expressions of BRAF, MUC15 and RKIP proteins were detected by Western blot.Results The level of CCAT1 in human papillary thyroid cancer TPC-1 cells was significantly higher than that in human normal thyroid Nthy-ori 3-1 cells.CCAT1 down-regulation significantly inhibited the invasion and migration of TPC-1 cells.The Transwell invasion assay revealed that the number of migrated TPC-1 cells in the CCAT1 down-regulation group was significantly lower than that in the control group.The scratch test showed an increased distance between cells in the CCAT1 down-regulation group compared to the control group, suggesting a reduced cell motility.The expressions of BRAF and MUC15 proteins were decreased in the CCAT1 down-regulation group, while that of RKIP protein was increased.Conclusions The expression of CCAT1 in papillary thyroid cancer cells is significantly higher than that in normal human thyroid cells.Down-regulation of CCAT1 in papillary thyroid cancer cells may inhibit the cell invasion and migration by regulating the expression of BRAF, MUC15 and RKIP proteins.

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Journal of Practical Radiology ; (12): 507-509, 2017.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-513829

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Objective To investigate the MRI features of supratentorial solid hemangioblastoma and to improve its diagnostic accuracy.Methods MRI image manifestations of 7 cases with supratentorial solid hemangioblastoma confirmed by operation and pathology were analyzed retrospectively.Results 7 cases of supratentorial solid hemangioblastoma were solitary.All tumors appeared as round or quasi-round masses with clear boundary, and showed equal or long T1 signal and slight long or long T2 signal,the obvious enhancement was seen in all tumors.There was mild to moderate edema around the tumors.The blood vessel was found within or around the tumors.Conclusion MRI manifestations of supratentorial solid hemangioblastoma have certain characteristics.

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Chongqing Medicine ; (36): 3915-3916,3919, 2017.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-661481

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Objective To investigate the expression of TAZ in peripheral blood and tumor tissue of the patients with colorectal cancer and to analyze their relationship and clinical significance.Methods Eighty-five cases of pathologically verified colorectal cancer treated by radical operation were selected as the operation group,and 35 cases with postoperative relapse served as the recurrent group.Meanwhile 50 age and sex-matched healthy persons were selected as the control group.The immunohistochemical(SP)technique was adopted to detect the expression of TAZ in tumor tissues and expression of TAZ in peripheral blood was tested with enzyme linked immunosorbent assay(ELISA).Results The level of preoperative TAZ in peripheral blood of the operation group was significantly higher than that of the control group(P<0.05).The level of peripheral blood TAZ after operation in the operation group had no significant change compared with the control group (P>0.05).The level of peripheral blood TAZ in the recurrent group was significantly higher than preoperative level of operation group(P<0.05).The expression of tumor tissue TAZ was significantly higher than that of normal mucosal tissue(P<0.05);the expression of tumor tissue TAZ in the recurrent group was higher than that in the operation group(P<0.05).The tumor tissue TAZ level in the operation group and recurrent group had obvious correlation with peripheral blood TAZ level(P<0.05).Conclusion Monitoring the TAZ level has obvious reference value for predicting colorectal cancer staging and timely understanding tumor recurrence.

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Chongqing Medicine ; (36): 3915-3916,3919, 2017.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-658562

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Objective To investigate the expression of TAZ in peripheral blood and tumor tissue of the patients with colorectal cancer and to analyze their relationship and clinical significance.Methods Eighty-five cases of pathologically verified colorectal cancer treated by radical operation were selected as the operation group,and 35 cases with postoperative relapse served as the recurrent group.Meanwhile 50 age and sex-matched healthy persons were selected as the control group.The immunohistochemical(SP)technique was adopted to detect the expression of TAZ in tumor tissues and expression of TAZ in peripheral blood was tested with enzyme linked immunosorbent assay(ELISA).Results The level of preoperative TAZ in peripheral blood of the operation group was significantly higher than that of the control group(P<0.05).The level of peripheral blood TAZ after operation in the operation group had no significant change compared with the control group (P>0.05).The level of peripheral blood TAZ in the recurrent group was significantly higher than preoperative level of operation group(P<0.05).The expression of tumor tissue TAZ was significantly higher than that of normal mucosal tissue(P<0.05);the expression of tumor tissue TAZ in the recurrent group was higher than that in the operation group(P<0.05).The tumor tissue TAZ level in the operation group and recurrent group had obvious correlation with peripheral blood TAZ level(P<0.05).Conclusion Monitoring the TAZ level has obvious reference value for predicting colorectal cancer staging and timely understanding tumor recurrence.

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Chinese Journal of Clinical and Experimental Pathology ; (12): 624-627, 2015.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-467901

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Purpose To investigate the c1inicopatho1ogica1 and immunohistochemica1 characteristics of enteropathy-associated T-ce11 1ymphoma( EATL)and to eva1uate the criteria of diagnosis and differentia1 diagnosis. Methods There were enteropathy-associated T-ce11 1ymphoma patients co11ected with c1inica1 data(n=9). Histo1ogica1 features were observed under microscope by HE staining and by immunohistochemstry. EBV was tested by in situ hybridization. Results EATL type Ⅰ showed a variab1e histo1ogy consisting of medium-sized to 1arge 1ymphoid ce11s with round or po1ygona1 nuc1ei,containing remarkab1e nuc1eo1i. EATL typeⅡshowed that tumor ce11s were medium-sized,with round,hyperchromatic nuc1ei. Nuc1ear debris and necrosis cou1d be seen easi1y. A 1arge number of his-tiocytes and neutrophi1s formed the inf1ammatory background. Immunohistochemica1 findings showed that tumor ce11s of two types were diffuse1y positive for CD3,CD43 and TIA-1,whi1e negative for CD4,CD5,CD20,CD79a. Tumor ce11s of EATL type II expressed CD56 and CD8,but negative in EATL typeⅠ. A high pro1iferation index was demonstrated by Ki-67. EBER was negative detection. There were seven patients with fo11ow-up data from 0 to 18 months. Four patients died within 10 months and three patients died within 18 months. Conclusions EATL is a rare type of 1ymphoma with intestina1 invo1vement. Patients often present with chronic abdomina1 pain,diarrhea,persistent fever and abdomina1 mass for a 1ong time. Intestina1 perforation occurs in some cases. Diagnosis shou1d be corre1ated to c1inica1 symptoms whi1e the fina1 diagnosis is main1y based on the patho1ogica1 features and the immune phenotypes.

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