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Effects of magnolol and honokiol blend on performance, egg quality, hepatic lipid metabolism, and intestinal morphology of hens at late laying cycle

During the late laying cycle, we investigated the effects of magnololol and honokiol supplementation alone or in combination with hen diets. Magnolololol and honokiol supplementation at week 62 raised the Haugh units of fresh eggs at week 62, reducing the loss of the Haugh units of eggs stored for 14 days. The serum total antioxidant capacity of the M100H200 and M150H150 groups had significant improvements in the liver relative to that of the control group, with both supplementation groups' greater total antioxidant capacity and reduced malondialdehyde content. The jejunum and ileum villi was significantly higher in all supplementation groups than those of the control, and the M300 and M100H150 groups' jejunum villus heights were higher than those of the H300 and M200H200 groups, with respect to gut health. The inflammatory groups had higher mRNA expression levels in the ileum than those in the control and M300 groups, respectively, though all supplementation groups had higher mRNA levels of claudin-1 than those in the control group. In conclusion, magnolol and honokiol improved hen performance and the albumen quality of fresh and frozen eggs by raising the antioxidant capacity, liver lipid metabolism, and intestinal health of laying hens. The combination of magnololol and honokiol in a 1:1 ratio could be the most appropriate option for hen diet supplementation.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.animal.2022.100532


Exploiting three-dimensional human hepatic constructs to investigate the impact of rs174537 on fatty acid metabolism.

Genetic variations near and within the fatty acid desaturase haplotype block restrict the conversion of dietary LA to ARA, most notable single nucleotide polymorphism rs174537 is strongly associated with FADS1 activity and expression. Both diet and inflammatory mediators that contribute to persistent inflammation disease in human populations may help to explain the variation in both diet and inflammatory mediators that promote chronic inflammation disease in human populations. Primary human hepatocytes cultured in 3D hydrogels were characterized for their ability to demonstrate basic lipid processing functions, including lipid esterification, novo lipogenesis, and cholesterol efflux. Hepatocytes derived from individuals homozygous with the minor allele at rs174537 demonstrated the slowest metabolic conversion of LA to ARA and significantly reduced FADS1 and FADS2 expression. These findings point to the possibility of using 3D human hepatic cultures for the study of human PUFA and lipid metabolism as well as other gene-diet interactions, thus enabling future diet goals in humans.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0262173


Menopausal Transition: Prospective Study of Estrogen Status, Circulating MicroRNAs, and Biomarkers of Bone Metabolism

ObjectiveOsteoporosis is a condition that causes bone resorption and formation, contributing to bone loss and fractures. Many new studies have highlighted the role of microRNAs in bone remodeling procedures and their potential as osteoporosis biomarkers. paraphrasedoutput:Methods is a website that publishes articles about women who had oophorectomy and bone biomarkers before and after oophorectomy, as well as in oophophorectomy and hysterectomy patients. We included 11 women before and after the surgery in this qualitative research, as well as in oophophorectomy and hysterectomy in oophorectomy and hysterectomy. 508 127 days after oophorectomy and hysterectomy and after another 203 71 days of estradiol therapy, another 11 women were assessed 508 127 days.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fendo.2022.864299


Dietary Klebsormidium sp. Supplementation Improves Growth Performance, Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory Status, Metabolism, and Mid-Intestine Morphology of Litopenaeus Vannamei

Therefore, an eight-week feeding experiment was conducted to determine the effects of dietary Klebsormidium sp. Both isonitrogenous and isolipid diets are supplemented with and without 5% Klebsormidium sp. L. vannamei was fed with Klebsormidium sp. , according to the results, who indicated that L. vannamei was fed with Klebsormidium sp. In addition, Klebsormidium sp. Besides lowering antioxidant parameters and RNA expression levels of antioxidant genes, L. vannamei's antioxidant capacity was also enhanced by downregulating antioxidant parameters and antioxidant gene expression levels. Consequently, a dose of 5% Klebsormidium sp. is recommended. Shrimp's daily diet is recommended for improved shrimp growth, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory status, metabolism, and mid-intestine morphology.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fnut.2022.857351


Metabolism of Carotenoids and β-Ionone Are Mediated by Carotenogenic Genes and PpCCD4 Under Ultraviolet B Irradiation and During Fruit Ripening

The key ingredients that give peach aroma and flavor with low sensory threshold concentration are cracked volatile apocarotenoids. The total carotenoids content dropped by nearly 60% after 48 hours of storage, according to a manufacturer, although UV-B delayed the decline of lutein and -carotene. PpLCY-E's transcript level increased 17. 83 percent in comparison to control, marginally lowering the decline rate of lutein under UV-B irradiation. UV-B radiation reduced the metabolic balance of carotenoid biosynthesis and catabolism by monitoring the transcript levels of PpPSY, PLCY-B, PLCY-E, and PpCCD4 in peach, as well as PpCCD4 in peach, and PpCCD4 in peach, while the transcript level of PpCCD4 showed a positive relationship with the accumulation of -ionone during the ripening process. However, the intricate catalytic activity of PpCCD4 with various carotenoid substrates needs to be investigated further, and the key transcript factors involved in the regulation of metabolism between carotenoids and apocarotenoids must be clarified.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2022.814677


Novel Insights on Lipid Metabolism Alterations in Drug Resistance in Cancer

Chemotherapy is one of the most common treatments for most human cancers. Despite widespread advances in cancer therapy, chemotherapy continues to be crucial for improving cancer survival, particularly for those with unresectable metastatic tumors or failure to respond to immunotherapy. A promising way to beat drug resistance is to target lipid metabolism in conjunction with traditional chemotherapeutic drugs. This review reviews summarizes the latest evidence about aberrant lipid metabolism in chemoresistant cancer, mainly focusing on aberrant fatty acid metabolism, and recommends novel therapeutic strategies against altered lipid metabolism to prevent chemoresistance in cancer.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fcell.2022.875318


Amino Acid Metabolism-Related lncRNA Signature Predicts the Prognosis of Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most common female malignancy and it is potentially life threatening. Experimental Methods: We attempted to develop and validate the model, respectively, using an AAM-related RNA-seq model for BRCA from the TCGA-BRCA datasets, demonstrating its immunity characteristics and molecular mechanism. Resultation: The prognostic model was built based on the lncRNA company, which includes LIPE-AS1, AC124067. 4, LINC01655, AP01655, AC01582. 3, SNHG26, and AL589765. 4. In accordance with the validation cohort and the entire TCGA cohort, low-risk patients had a more stable overall survival than did high-risk patients.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fgene.2022.880387


Degradative and Non-Degradative Roles of Autophagy Proteins in Metabolism and Metabolic Diseases

Bulk and selective degradation by autophagy help maintain protein homeostasis and cell function. ATG proteins also serve in non-traditional secretory functions of metabolic tissues, in addition to traditional degradative functions. We summarize recent advancements and unanswered questions regarding autophagy and ATG proteins in metabolic regulation in this series, as well as vesicular and hormonal secretion.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fcell.2022.844481


SLC4A4, FRAS1, and SULT1A1 Genetic Variations Associated With Dabigatran Metabolism in a Healthy Chinese Population

paraphrasedoutput:Methods: According to the protocol published at ClinicalTrial. org, healthy Chinese adults aged 18–65 years with unknown genotypes from a bioequivalence trial were included in this study to identify genetic variations linked to dabigatran's metabolism in healthy Chinese patients, with particular attention given to pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. Results: In addition, 118 healthy Chinese people were included in this study, as well as candidate gene association studies related to dabigatran were performed. SULT1A1 SNP rs38389345, FRAS1 SNP rs6835769, and SULT1A1 SNP rs9282862 were all found to be compatible with the AUC0-t of total dabigatran, according to the p-value suggestive threshold. In addition, we discovered 30 new potential SNPs of 13 identified candidate genes that were related to drug metabolism in a population of healthy Chinese people. Conclusion: Genetic variations were indeed found to influence dabigatran metabolism in a population of healthy Chinese subjects.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fgene.2022.873031


A Whole Transcriptome Analysis in Peripheral Blood Suggests That Energy Metabolism and Inflammation Are Involved in Major Depressive Disorder

IntroductionPrevious research on transcriptional profiles suggests dysregulation of several RNA species in large depressive disorder. paraphrasedoutput:MethodsHowtoome sequencing of 15 patients with MDD and 15 healthy controls was performed on the peripheral blood of 15 patients with MDD and 15 matched healthy controls. Using empirical analysis of digital gene expression results in R, MDD, lncRNAs, circRNAs, and mRNAs were investigated between MDD and HCs. MDD pathophysiology The pathway networks that connected to oxidative phosphorylation and the chemokine signaling were found to be linked to MDD's pathophysiology. Conclusion:The results showed that the pathways of energy metabolism and inflammation could be involved in MDD's pathophysiology.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2022.907034

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