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Role of abnormal energy metabolism in the progression of chronic kidney disease and drug intervention.

Chronic kidney disease is a common medical disorder with a worldwide distribution. Orderly energy metabolism is increasingly recognized as a key player in CKD, as normal kidney function and energy metabolism disorders are increasingly recognized. ATP deficiencies and reactive oxygen species rise are two key factors that influence energy metabolism disorders. Renin-angiotensin and adenine signaling pathway are also key regulatory factors in energy metabolism. Currently, medications with clinically evident renal function shields, such as Angiotensin II Type 1 receptor blockers and fenofibrate, have been shown to increase energy metabolism disorders. The sodium-glucose co-transporter inhibitors 2 that can mediate glucose metabolism disorders not only delay the development of diabetic nephropathy, but also have significant protective properties in non-diabetic nephropathy. The regulation of energy metabolism by the author of CKD's disease is a promising attempt to prevent CKD's from spreading.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35535500


QiShenYiQi pill for myocardial collagen metabolism and apoptosis in rats of autoimmune cardiomyopathy.

The Context QiShenYiQi tablet is a traditional Chinese medicine with a myocardial protective function. Aim: To investigate the effect of QSYQ on myocardial collagen metabolism in rats with autoimmune cardiomyopathy and investigate the underlying mechanism from the aspect of apoptosis. QSYQ decreased the expression of myocardial type III collagen, as well as serum PICP, PIIINP, and CTX-I in rats, according to the study's findings. Moreover, QSYQ could help myocardial fibrosis in a higher dose. By downregulating Bcl-2 expression and raising Bax and caspase-3 expression standards, QSYQ may also reduce myocardial apoptosis by downregulating myocardial apoptosis.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35361037


Vibrio splendidus virulence to Apostichopus japonicus is mediated by hppD through glutamate metabolism and flagellum assembly.

In Apostichopus japonicus, Vibrio splendidus is the most common opportunistic pathogen that causes skin ulcer disease. hppV's Mut V. splendidus with an in-frame deletion of hppDV. s in the current report. Both average lethal doses of wild-type V. splendidus and MTVs were 5. 129 10 6 and 2. 606 mL -1, respectively. The expression levels of 105 genes involved in amino acid metabolism and protein binding were remarkably different between MTVs and WTVs, according to Gene Ontology's review.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35259068


Relating Metabolism Suppression and Nucleation Probability During Supercooled Biopreservation.

Aqueous supercooling provides a means by which biological matter can be preserved at subfreezing temperatures without the deleterious effects of ice formation. However, since the nucleation of ice from a supercooled solution is a stochastic process, supercooled preservation also poses the danger of random ice nucleation. Here, we use a statistical model of stochastic ice nucleation to demonstrate how the decreased metabolic rate decrease is inherently related to supercooling stability.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35348619


The role of L-arginine metabolism in neurocritical care patients.

Nitric oxide synthases from the amino acid L-arginine produce Nitric oxide. L-arginine can also be used as a substrate for arginases or lead to the production of dimethylarginines, asymmetric dimethylarginine, and symmetric dimethylarginine by methylation. This review explores the role of L-arginine metabolism in patients with acute and critical neurological disorders often requiring neuro-intensive care services.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34916417


Untargeted metabolomics identifies the potential role of monocarboxylate transporter 6 (MCT6/SLC16A5) in lipid and amino acid metabolism pathways.

The monocarboxylate transporter protein 6 is an orphanage transporter protein with expression in numerous tissues. MCT6 has been shown to play a role in lipid and glucose homeostasis in mice by previous transcriptomic and proteomic studies, but more evidence is needed. This study sought to investigate the effect of MCT6 on metabolic function by using untargeted metabolomic analysis in Mct6 KO mice. The plasma of male and female mice and livers from male mice was sent for global metabolomics analysis to determine the relative changes in endogenous small molecules across the liver and systemic circulation associated with Mct6 deficiency. Male Mct6 KO mice's liver and plasma samples revealed elevated lipid diacylglycerol and altered fatty acid metabolite levels.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35466588


Effect of energy metabolism and proteolysis on the toughness of intermediate ultimate pH beef

Longissimus lumborum from beef was the aim of this research to determine the tenderness and energy metabolism characteristics of normal ultimate pH, intermediate pH, and high pH. During 21 days of aging, the IpHu group demonstrated a greater Warner-Bratzler shear force, lower rate of -calpain, and a greater percentage of heat shock protein 27 and greater protein oxidation. The IpHu group's relatively high adenosine triphosphate content could contribute to tenderization by being used as a key substrate for protein phosphorylation.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/IND607701046


Pichia caribbica improves disease resistance of cherry tomatoes by regulating ROS metabolism

Alternaria alternata is one of the most common diseases of postharvest cherry tomatoes, black spot caused by Alternaria alternata. This research will look at Pichia caribbica's biocontrol effectiveness against black spot and identify the causes of cherry tomatoes' improved disease resistance by analyzing reactive oxygen species metabolism. The P. caribbica had a significant reduction in the incidence of black spot in cherry tomatoes, according to the study. P. caribbica induced the enzymezymatic and non-enzymatic techniques to eliminate ROS, causing ROS to be eliminated, and then improved cherry tomatoes' disease resistance against pathogens.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/IND607689288

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