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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-479816

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Most of the maxillary first premolar are single-rooted,there are also two-rooted and three-rooted ones.A case of three-rooted maxillary first premolar was diagnosed by CBCT.CBCT has the advantage in the observation of the variation root number,root canal bending and the variation of root canal morphology.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-602113

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Objective To explore the effect of decrease of Survivin expression on the proliferation and apoptosis of the naso-pharyngeal carcinoma cells.Methods To observe the effect of decrease of Survivin expression on nasopharyngeal carcinoma cell morphology using RNAi technology combined with RT-PCR and Western blot.Cell proliferation and apoptosis were de-tected by MTT and TUNEL assay.The expression of PARP,Bcl-2 and Bax was detected by Western blot.Results RT-PCR result showed the survivin mRNA expression in Surviving-siRNA groups was downregulated (about 0.26±0.02)and the inhibition ratio was 43.7% (P<0.05).MTT result showed cell proliferation rates were significantly different between 24,48 and 72 h after transfection.The cell inhibition rates were 21.9%,37.1% and 29.6%,respectively (P<0.05).West-ern blot result showed the Survivin protein expression in Survivin-siRNA2 groups was downregalated and the relative ex-pression level was reduced by 57% (P<0.05).TUNEL assay showed that cell apoptosis rate was increased obviously in surviving-siRNA groups.The expression of PARP (89KD)and Bax wasupregulated (3.9 and 2.4 fold change)and the ex-pression of Bcl-2 was downregulated (0.3 fold change).The phosphorylation of AKT was inhibited when Survivin was down-regulated (about reduced by 5 7%).Conclusion Silencing Survivin gene by siRNA can inhibit the proliferation of Na-sopharyngeal carcinoma cells and induce apoptosis.Survivin may become a potential gene for therapy target of nasopharynge-al carcinoma.

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