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Ezh2 promotes clock function and hematopoiesis independent of histone methyltransferase activity in zebrafish

EZH2 is a subunit of polycomb repressive complex 2 (PRC2) that silences gene transcription via H3K27me3 and was shown to be essential for mammalian liver circadian regulation and hematopoiesis through gene silencing. Much less, however, is known about how Ezh2 acts in live zebrafish. Here, we show that zebrafish ezh2 is regulated directly by the circadian clock via both E-box and...

Cisplatin concurrent chemoradiotherapy vs adjuvant radiation in stage IB/IIA cervical cancer with intermediate risk factors, treated with radical surgery: a retrospective study

, Jian-Hong Chen, Xiao-Juan Lv, Ye-Qiang Tu, Ding-Ding Yan Department of Gynecologic Oncology, Zhejiang Cancer Hospital, Hangzhou, China Purpose: To determine if postoperative cisplatin concurrent

Analysis and prediction of the summer cooling load characteristics

Nowadays, cooling load is mainly attributable to upgrade of a new high of power grid load. An accurate calculation and prediction of cooling load can better meet power demands at peak hours in summer. Based on the historical summer cooling load and temperature data of Sichuan province, the characteristics of summer cooling load and temperature in Sichuan are examined firstly...

The Effect of Unilateral Adrenalectomy on Transformation of Adrenal Medullary Chromaffin Cells In Vivo: A Potential Mechanism of Asthma Pathogenesis

Background Decreased epinephrine (EPI) is an important underlying factor of bronchoconstriction in asthma. Exogenous β2-adrenergic receptor agonist is one of the preferred options to treat asthma. We previously showed that this phenomenon involved adrenal medullary chromaffin cell (AMCC) transformation to a neuron phenotype. However, the underlying molecular mechanism is not...

Transformation of adrenal medullary chromaffin cells increases asthmatic susceptibility in pups from allergen-sensitized rats

Background Studies have shown that epinephrine release is impaired in patients with asthma. The pregnancy of female rats (dams) with asthma promotes in their pups the differentiation of adrenal medulla chromaffin cells (AMCCs) into sympathetic neurons, mediated by nerve growth factor, which leads to a reduction in epinephrine secretion. However, the relatedness between the...

Asthma Pregnancy Alters Postnatal Development of Chromaffin Cells in the Rat Adrenal Medulla

Background Adrenal neuroendocrine plays an important role in asthma. The activity of the sympathoadrenal system could be altered by early life events. The effects of maternal asthma during pregnancy on the adrenal medulla of offspring remain unknown. Methodology/Principal Findings This study aims to explore the influence of maternal asthma during pregnancy on the development and...