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Effect of Fish Oil on Levels of R- and S-Enantiomers of 5-, 12-, and 15-Hydroxyeicosatetraenoic Acids in Mouse Colonic Mucosa

The equilibrium of alleged pro- and antiinflammatory lipoxygenase -derived S-hydroxyeicosatetraenoic acids in colon mucosa is a potential target for regulating colon cancer cells threat and development. The objective of this study was to develop chiral methods to identify hydroxyeicosatetraenoic enantiomers in colonic mucosa and evaluate the results of fish oil on HETE formation. This is the first report of the enantiomeric structure of HETEs in the colon in vivo and reveals large impacts of fish oil in the normal colon.

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Oral green tea catechin metabolites are incorporated into human skin and protect against UV radiation-induced cutaneous inflammation in association with reduced production of pro-inflammatory eicosanoid 12-hydroxyeicosatetraenoic acid

In an open oral intervention study, sixteen healthy human subjects were provided low-dose GTC with vitamin C everyday for 12 weeks. Skin sore liquid and biopsies were taken from the unexposed and the UVR-exposed skin 24 h after a pro-inflammatory UVR obstacle. Pee, skin cells and fluid were analysed for catechin content and skin liquid for PGE ₂ and 12-HETE by liquid chromatography coupled to tandem MS. A total amount of fourteen finishing topics were supplement certified. Benzoic acid levels were raised in skin liquid post-supplementation, and methylated gallic acid and a number of undamaged catechins and hydroxyphenyl-valerolactones were found in the skin tissue and fluid. Thus, GTC consumption leads to the incorporation of catechin metabolites into human skin connected with abrogated UVR-induced 12-HETE; this may contribute to security versus sunburn inflammation and potentially longer-term UVR-mediated damage.

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Cytochrome 450 metabolites of arachidonic acid (20-HETE, 11,12-EET and 14,15-EET) promote pheochromocytoma cell growth and tumor associated angiogenesis

The relevance of cytochrome P450 -obtained arachidonic acid metabolites, 20-hydroxyeicosatetraenoic acid and epoxyeicosatrienoic acids as tumor growth promotors has currently been explained in numerous cancer types. The expression of AA-metabolizing CYP monooxygenases was detected in tumor samples from human origin, being their noticeable wealth and the production of both metabolites greater in growths from the kinase-signaling cluster. This is the first proof of the importance of CYP- acquired AA metabolites in the biology and growth of pheochromocytoma/paraganglioma tumors.

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ALOX12 inhibition sensitizes breast cancer to chemotherapy via AMPK activation and inhibition of lipid synthesis

We demonstrated that both mRNA and healthy protein levels of Alox12 were considerably boosted in multiple breast cancer cells cell lines compared to normal breast cells. The upregulation of Alox12 expression was also observed in breast cancer cells and their matched regular breast cells acquired from patients. Functionally, we showed that Alox12 overexpression sufficed to boost growth in typical breast cells however not breast cancer cells. In contrast, Alox12 depletion prevented breast cancer cells growth and survival, and considerably boosted the chemotherapeutic agents' efficacy. The recuse of the results of Alox12 exhaustion utilizing Alox12 metabolites 12S-HETE better verified that AMPK and its subsequent inhibition of ACC1 task and lipid synthesis were the downstream signaling of Alox12 restraint. Our work also show that inhibiting Alox12 is a feasible alternative healing approach to get rid of chemoresistance in breast cancer.

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Pigment epithelium-derived factor inhibits retinal microvascular dysfunction induced by 12/15-lipoxygenase-derived eicosanoids

Below, we test whether PEDF alleviates retinal vascular injury induced by HETEs and the hidden mechanisms. We pursue the causal relationship in between LOX-- NOX system and policy of PEDF expression throughout DR. For these objectives, we made use of a speculative eye version in which typical mice were injected intravitreally with 12-HETE with/without PEDF. As necessary, the straight relationship between HETEs and PEDF has been checked out through in-vitro studies making use of Müller cells and human retinal endothelial cells. Passion in PEDF law throughout DR has been broadened to include NOX system. Retinal PEDF was significantly restored in diabetic person mice treated with NOX inhibitor, apocynin, or doing not have NOX2 up to 80% of the control level. Jointly, our searchings for recommend that interfering with LOX-- NOX signaling opens a new direction for treating DR by restoring endogenous PEDF that accomplishes multilevel vascular safety functions.

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Integration of pro-inflammatory cytokines, 12-lipoxygenase and NOX-1 in pancreatic islet beta cell dysfunction

Elevated cellular responsive varieties, which can be created by diabetic person lotion conditions such as raised inflammatory cytokines, lipotoxicity or glucotoxicity add to island beta cell dysfunction and cell fatality. Cellular pathways that result in beta cell oxidative tension are improperly dealt with. In this research, stimulation of human contributor islets, main mouse islets or homogeneous beta cell lines with an alcoholic drink of inflammatory cytokines significantly induced NADPH oxidase-1 genetics expression. A novel careful inhibitor of 12-LO blocked induction of NOX-1, manufacturing of ROS and pro-caspase 3 cleavage by pro-inflammatory cytokines in INS-1 beta cells. Notably, islands from human type 2 diabetic donors have a raised expression of NOX-1. This study describes an incorporated pathway in beta cells that links beta cell disorder caused by pro-inflammatory cytokines with 12-lipoxygenase and NADPH oxidase activation.

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12-Lipoxygenase activity in the muscle tissue of Atlantic mackerel (Scomber scombrus) and its prevention by antioxidants

The 12-HETE peak was lacking from the fresh arachidonic acid control sample and from arachidonic acid treated with heat-inactivated lipoxygenase. The HETE optimal was partly lowered in the presence of antioxidants, specifically artificial butylated hydroxytoluene and all-natural antioxidants vitamins C and E. The existence of lipoxygenase in Atlantic mackerel muscular tissue indicates the possibility that the lipid oxidation mechanism is started enzymatically in cooled and iced up stored fillets of mackerel and that this oxidative damage can be inhibited by anti-oxidants which are used commonly in the food industry.

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Identification of 12‐lipoxygenase products in the gills of carp, Cyprinus carpio

A lipoxygenase was located in the crude enzyme service from the gills of carp, Cyprinus carpio. It oxidized arachidonic acid a lot more efficiently than linoleic acid, eicosapentaenoic acid and docosahexaenoic acid. Lipoxygenase task was continuously found in the gill microsomes and was found to be optimum at pH 7. 2. The oxygenated products extracted from the reaction mixes of unrefined enzyme option and AA were purified by reverse‐phase and straight‐phase high‐performance liquid chromatography. In addition, 12‐hydroxyeicosapentaenoic acid and 13‐hydroxyoctadecadienoic acid were located in the response products as minor parts. These results confirm the existence of 12‐lipoxygenase in carp gill microsomes.

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Identification of 12-lipoxygenase in the hemolymph of tiger shrimp (Penaeus japonicus Bate)

Lipoxygenase task was found in the hemolymph of live tiger shrimp however not in the muscular tissue, branchiae, midgut gland, eye, brain, and spine cable. Oxygen intake rate of shrimp hemolymph militarized oxidation of arachidonic acid was 1. 32 nmol min-1 -1. This was the first observation showing LOX task in a marine crustacean.

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