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Cancer Research and Clinic ; (6): 463-466, 2011.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-415173

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Objective To explore the characteristics and clinical significance of CD+4 CD+25 Regulatory T lymphocytes and T cell subsets in peripheral blood and malignant pleural effusion from lung cancer patients. Methods Flow cytometry was used to detect the percentage of CD+4 CD+25 regulatory T cells and T cell subsets in peripheral blood from 68 lung cancer patients and 56 healthy persons, and in pleural effusion from 32 lung cancer patients with malignant effusion. Results T lymphocyte subsets in peripheral blood of lung cancer patients in different periods were expressed differently. The percentage of CD+4 CD+25 regulatory T cells in peripheral blood were (19.52±3.32)%, (27.28±8.26)% and (32.31±15.60)% in Ⅰ+Ⅱ, Ⅲ and Ⅳ period lung cancer patients, respectively, and were higher than that of healthy volunteers (11.12±3.32) % (t =31.0040, -7.9688, -4.9770, P <0.05). In the lung cancer patients with malignant effusion, the percentage of CD+4 CD+25 regulatory T cells in the pleural effusion was higher than that in the peripheral blood [(34.12±18.63) % vs (26.36± 16.25)%, t =21.164, P<0.05]. In the lung cancer patients with malignant effusion ,the percentages of CD+4 in peripheral blood and pleural effusion were (25.32±13.45) % and (34.68±12.34) %, were lower than that in healthy volunteers (t =7.3104, 4.8818, P<0.05), the percentages of CD+56 were (8.24±7.38) % and(11.23± 7.65) %, CD+4/CD+8 were (1.02±0.56) % and (1.32±0.82)%, were lower than (18.23±9.23) % and (1.89± 0.32) % in healthy volunteers, respectively, (CD+56: t =-14.7549, -11.7216; CD+4/CD+8: t =-24.78,-4.4564, P<0.05). Conclusion The relative increase of CD+4 CD+25 Regulatory T cells may be related to immunosuppression and tumor progression in patients with lung cancer. Conclusion The relative increase of CD+4 CD+25 regulatory T cells may be related to immunosuppression and tumor progression in patients with lung cancer.

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-589567

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Objective To observe the effects of Okinawa Habu apoxin protein-1 (OHAP-1) on the proliferation inhibition of rat C6 glioma cells and its mechanisms. Methods MTT colorimetric analysis was used to measure the inhibitory effect of OHAP-1 with different doses(2.5,5.0,and 10.0 mg?L-1) on C6 glioma cells .RT-PCR was used to evaluate the mRNA expressions of bcl-2 and bax genes.The activity of superoxide dismutase (SOD) and the level of maleicdialdehyde (MDA) in the C6 glioma cells were also examined. Results The proliferation of C6 glioma cells was significantly inhibited by different doses of OHAP-1(2.5,5.0,and 10.0 mg?L-1).The inhibitory rate were 49.77%,67.65%,and 76.42%,respectively.The inhibitory rate in 2.5,5.0, and 10.0 mg?L-1 groups were higher than that in control group(P

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-622481

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To compare the effect of quantity administration and non-quantity administration on the physiologicalexperiment, the indexes including the experiment success rate, the experiment report score, the experiment operationresult, the experiment theory score and the safety and hygiene assessment mark were observed. The results show that thequantity administration plays a unique part in improving the quality of experiment instruction, training students' innova-tive consciousness and practical ability, reforming the ways of experiment examination and reinforce the managementof safety and environment in laboratory.[

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China Pharmacy ; (12)2001.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-532094

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OBJECTIVE:To study the effect of erythromycin on the voltage-dependent K~+ current in hippocampal neurons of mice.METHODS:Isolation of mice's hippocammal neurons cells and whole-cell patch-clamp techniques were applied to study the change of voltage-dependent K~+ current of hippocampal neurons and the current-voltage curves in mice before and after treatment with erythromycin.RESULTS:Erythromycin inhibited the voltage-dependent K~+ current of mice's hippocampal neurons,and it down-regulated the peak current from(810.67?250.86)pA to(529.96?171.83)pA(P

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