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1.  World Congress Integrative Medicine & Health 2017: part two 
Ee, Carolyn | Thuraisingam, Sharmala | Pirotta, Marie | French, Simon | Xue, Charlie | Teede, Helena | Kristoffersen, Agnete E. | Sirois, Fuschia | Stub, Trine | Engler, Jennifer | Joos, Stefanie | Güthlin, Corina | Felenda, Jennifer | Beckmann, Christiane | Stintzing, Florian | Evans, Roni | Bronfort, Gert | Keefe, Daniel | Taberko, Anna | Hanson, Linda | Haley, Alex | Ma, Haiwei | Jolton, Joseph | Yarosh, Lana | Keefe, Francis | Nam, Jung | Evans, Roni | Ojala, Liwanag | Kreitzer, Mary J. | Hanson, Linda | Fink, Careen | Kraft, Karin | Flower, Andrew | Lewith, George | Harman, Kim | Stuart, Beth | Bishop, Felicity L. | Frawley, Jane | Füleki, Lilla | Kiss, Eva | Vancsik, Tamas | Krenacs, Tibor | Funabashi, Martha | Pohlman, Katherine A. | Mior, Silvano | Thiel, Haymo | Hill, Michael D. | Cassidy, David J. | Westaway, Michael | Yager, Jerome | Hurwitz, Eric | Kawchuk, Gregory N. | O’Beirne, Maeve | Vohra, Sunita | Gaboury, Isabelle | Morin, Chantal | Gaertner, Katharina | Torchetti, Loredana | Frei-Erb, Martin | Kundi, Michael | Frass, Michael | Gallo, Eugenia | Maggini, Valentina | Comite, Mattia | Sofi, Francesco | Baccetti, Sonia | Vannacci, Alfredo | Di Stefano, Mariella | Monechi, Maria V. | Gori, Luigi | Rossi, Elio | Firenzuoli, Fabio | Mediati, Rocco D. | Ballerini, Giovanna | Gardiner, Paula | Lestoquoy, Anna S. | Negash, Lily | Stillman, Sarah | Shah, Prachi | Liebschutz, Jane | Adelstein, Pamela | Farrell-Riley, Christine | Brackup, Ivy | Penti, Brian | Saper, Robert | Sampedro, Isabel Giralt | Carvajal, Gilda | Gleiss, Andreas | Gross, Marie M. | Brendlin, Dorothea | Röttger, Jonas | Stritter, Wiebke | Seifert, Georg | Grzanna, Noelle | Stange, Rainer | Guendling, Peter W. | Gu, Wen | Lu, Yan | Wang, Jie | Zhang, Chengcheng | Bai, Hua | He, Yuxi | Zhang, Xiaoxu | Zhang, Zhengju | Wang, Dali | Meng, Fengxian | Hagel, Alexander | Albrecht, Heinz | Vollbracht, Claudia | Dauth, Wolfgang | Hagel, Wolfgang | Vitali, Francesco | Ganzleben, Ingo | Schultis, Hans | Konturek, Peter | Stein, Jürgen | Neurath, Markus | Raithel, Martin | Hagel, Alexander | Vollbracht, Claudia | Raithel, Martin | Konturek, Peter | Krick, Bianka | Haller, Heidemarie | Klose, Petra | Dobos, Gustav | Kümmel, Sherko | Cramer, Holger | Haller, Heidemarie | Saha, Felix J. | Kowoll, Anna | Ebner, Barbara | Berger, Bettina | Dobos, Gustav | Choi, Kyung-Eun | He, Lisha | Wang, Han | He, X. | Gu, C. | Zhang, Y. | Zhao, Linhua | Tong, Xiaolin | He, Lisha | Wang, Han | He, Xinhui | Gu, Chengjuan | Zhang, Ying | Zhao, Linhua | Tong, Xiaolin | He, Lisha | Wang, Han | He, Xinhui | Gu, Chengjuan | Zhang, Ying | Zhao, Linhua | Tong, Xiaolin | Ho, Robin S. T. | Chung, Vincent C. H. | Wu, Xinyin | Wong, Charlene H. L. | Wu, Justin C. Y. | Wong, Samuel Y. S. | Lau, Alexander Y. L. | Sit, Regina W. S. | Wong, Wendy | Holmes, Michelle | Bishop, Felicity | Calman, Lynn | Holmes, Michelle | Bishop, Felicity | Lewith, George | Newell, Dave | Field, Jonathan | Htut, Win L. | Han, Dongwoon | Choi, Da I. | Choi, Soo J. | Kim, Ha Y. | Hwang, Jung H. | Huang, Ching W. | Jang, Bo H. | Chen, Fang P. | Ko, Seong G. | Huang, Wenjing | Jin, De | Lian, Fengmei | Jang, Soobin | Kim, Kyeong H. | Lee, Eun K. | Sun, Seung H. | Go, Ho Y. | Ko, Youme | Park, Sunju | Jang, Bo H. | Shin, Yong C. | Ko, Seong G. | Janik, Hubert | Greiffenhagen, Natalie | Bolte, Jürgen | Kraft, Karin | Jaworski, Mariusz | Adamus, Miroslawa | Dobrzynska, Aleksandra | Jeitler, Michael | Jaspers, Jessica | von Scheidt, Christel | Koch, Barbara | Michalsen, Andreas | Steckhan, Nico | Kessler, Christian | Jin, De | Huang, Wen-jing | Pang, Bing | Lian, Feng-Mei | Jong, Miek | Baars, Erik | Glockmann, Anja | Hamre, Harald | Kainuma, Mosaburo | Murakami, Aya | Kubota, Toshio | Kobayashi, Daisuke | Sumoto, Yasuhiro | Furusyo, Norihiro | Ando, Shin-Ichi | Shimazoe, Takao | Kelber, Olaf | Verjee, S. | Gorgus, Eva | Schrenk, Dieter | Kemper, Kathi | Hill, Ellie | Kemper, Kathi | Rao, Nisha | Gascon, Gregg | Mahan, John | Kienle, Gunver | Dietrich, Jörg | Schmoor, Claudia | Huber, Roman | Kim, Weon H. | Han, Dongwoon | Ahmed, Mansoor | He, Luzhu | Hwang, Jung Hye | Kiss, Eva | Vancsik, Tamas | Meggyeshazi, Nora | Kovago, Csaba | Krenacs, Tibor | Klaus, Anne K. | Zerm, Roland | Pranga, Danilo | Ostermann, Thomas | Reif, Marcus | von Laue, Hans Broder | Brinkhaus, Benno | Kröz, Matthias | Klaus, Anne K. | Zerm, Roland | Pranga, Danilo | Recchia, Daniela Rodrigues | Ostermann, Thomas | Reif, Marcus | von Laue, Hans B. | Brinkhaus, Benno | Kröz, Matthias | Klein-Laansma, Christien T. | Jong, Mats | von Hagens, Cornelia | Jansen, Jean P. | van Wietmarschen, Herman | Jong, Miek C. | Ko, Youme | Sun, Seung-Ho | Go, Ho-Yeon | Jeon, Chan-Yong | Song, Yun-Kyung | Ko, Seong-Gyu | Koch, Anna K. | Rabsilber, Sybille | Lauche, Romy | Kümmel, Sherko | Dobos, Gustav | Langhorst, Jost | Cramer, Holger | Koch, Anna K. | Trifunovic-Koenig, Milena | Klose, Petra | Cramer, Holger | Dobos, Gustav | Langhorst, Jost | Koster, Evi | Baars, Erik | Delnoij, Diana | Kroll, Lena | Weiss, Kathrin | Kubo, Ai | Hendlish, Sarah | Altschuler, Andrea | Connolly, Nancy | Avins, Andy | Lauche, Romy | Recchia, Daniela Rodrigues | Cramer, Holger | Wardle, Jon | Lee, David | Sibbritt, David | Adams, Jon | Ostermann, Thomas | Lauche, Romy | Sibbritt, David | Park, Crystal | Mishra, Gita | Adams, Jon | Cramer, Holger | Lechner, Johann | Lee, Inseon | Chae, Younbyoung | Lee, Jisu | Cho, Seung H. | Choi, Yujin | Lee, Jee Y. | Ryu, Han S. | Yoon, Sung S. | Oh, Hye K. | Hyun, Lyun K. | Kim, Jin O. | Yoon, Seong W. | Lee, Ju-Yeon | Shin, Sang-Hoon | Jang, Min | Müller, Indra | Park, So-Hyun Janson | Lestoquoy, Anna S. | Laird, Lance | Negash, Lily | Mitchell, Suzanne | Gardiner, Paula | Li, Xiaofei | Wang, Yunhui | Zhen, Jianhua | Yu, He | Liu, Tiegang | Gu, Xiaohong | Liu, Hui | Ma, Weiguo | Zhang, Chengcheng | Shang, Xuezheng | Bai, Yu | Meng, Fengxian | Liu, Wei | Rooney, Collin | Smith, Amos | Lopes, Shirlene | Demarzo, Marcelo | do Patrocínio Nunes, Maria | Lorenz, Peter | Gründemann, Carsten | Heinrich, Miriam | Garcia-Käufer, Manuel | Grunewald, Franziska | Messerschmidt, Silke | Herrick, Anja | Gruber, Kim | Beckmann, Christiane | Knödler, Matthias | Huber, Roman | Steinborn, Carmen | Stintzing, Florian | Lu, Taoying | Wang, Lixin | Wu, Darong | Luberto, Christina M | Hall, Daniel L. | Chad-Friedman, Emma | Lechner, Suzanne | Park, Elyse R. | Luberto, Christina M. | Park, Elyse | Goodman, Janice | Luer, Sonja | Heri, Matthias | von Ammon, Klaus | Frei-Erb, Martin | Ma, Weiguo | Meng, Fengxian | Maggini, Valentina | Gallo, Eugenia | Landini, Ida | Lapucci, Andrea | Nobili, Stefania | Mini, Enrico | Firenzuoli, Fabio | McDermott, Clare | Lewith, George | Richards, Selwyn | Cox, Diane | Frossell, Sarah | Leydon, Geraldine | Eyles, Caroline | Raphael, Hilly | Rogers, Rachael | Selby, Michelle | Adler, Charlotte | Allam, Jo | Meng, Fengxian | Gu, Wen | Zhang, Chengcheng | Bai, Hua | Zhang, Zhengju | Wang, Dali | Bu, Xiangwei | Zhang, Honghong | Zhang, Jianpeng | Liu, Hui | Mikolasek, Michael | Berg, Jonas | Witt, Claudia | Barth, Jürgen | Miskulin, Ivan | Lalic, Zdenka | Miskulin, Maja | Dumic, Albina | Sebo, Damir | Vcev, Aleksandar | Mohammed, Nasr A. A. | Han, Dongwoon | Ahmed, Mansoor | Choi, Soo Jeung | Im, Hyea Bin | Hwang, Jung Hye | Mukherjee, Anwesha | Kandhare, Amit | Bodhankar, Subhash | Mukherjee, Anwesha | Kandhare, Amit | Thakurdesai, Prasad | Bodhankar, Subhash | Munk, Niki | Evans, Erica | Froman, Amanda | Kline, Matthew | Bair, Matthew J. | Musial, Frauke | Kristoffersen, Agnete E. | Alræk, Terje | Hamre, Harald J. | Stub, Trine | Björkman, Lars | Fønnebø, Vinjar M. | Pang, Bing | Lian, Feng-mei | Ni, Qing | Tong, Xiao-lin | Li, Xin-long | Liu, Wen-ke | Feng, Shuo | Zhao, Xi-yan | Zheng, Yu-jiao | Zhao, Xue-min | Lin, Yi-qun | Pang, Bing | Lian, Feng-mei | Tong, Xiao-lin | Zhao, Tian-yu | Zhao, Xi-Yan | Phd, Hui Che | Zhang, Chen | Pang, Bing | Liu, Feng | Tong, Xiao-lin | Zhao, Lin-hua | Zhao, Xue-min | Ye, Ru | Gu, Cheng-juan | Pang, Bing | Ni, Qing | Tong, Xiao-lin | Lian, Feng-mei | Zhao, Xi-yan | Jin, De | Zhao, Xue-min | Zheng, Yu-jiao | Lin, Yi-qun | Peng, Wenbo | Lauche, Romy | Sibbritt, David | Adams, Jon | Peng, Wenbo | Wardle, Jon | Cramer, Holger | Mishra, Gita | Lauche, Romy | Pohlman, Katherine A. | Mior, Silvano | Funabashi, Martha | De Carvalho, Diana | El-Bayoumi, Mohamed | Haig, Bob | Kelly, Kimbalin | Wade, Darrell J. | O’Beirne, Maeve | Vohra, Sunita | Portalupi, Emanuela | Gobo, Giampietro | Bellavita, Luigi | Guglielmetti, Chiara | Raak, Christa | Teuber, Myriam | Molsberger, Friedrich | von Rath, Ulrich | Reichelt, Ulrike | Schwanebeck, Uta | Zeil, Sabine | Vogelberg, Christian | Veintimilla, Dolores Rodríguez | Vollbracht, Claudia | Mery, Guerrero Tapia | Villavicencio, Marisol Maldonado | Moran, Sandra Herrera | Sachse, Christian | Gündlin, Peter W | Stange, Rainer | Sahebkarkhorasani, Monirsadat | Azizi, Hoda | Schumann, Dania | Lauche, Romy | Sundberg, Tobias | Leach, Matthew J. | Cramer, Holger | Seca, Susana | Greten, Henry | Selliah, Sugir | Shakya, Anu | Han, Dongwoon | Kim, Ha Yun | Choi, Da I. | Im, Hyea B. | Choi, Soo J. | Sherbakova, Anna | Ulrich-Merzenich, Gudrun | Kelber, Olaf | Abdel-Aziz, Heba | Sibinga, Erica | Webb, Lindsey | Ellen, Jonathan | Skrautvol, Kari | Nåden, Dagfinn | Song, Rhayun | Grabowska, Weronika | Osypiuk, Kamila | Diaz, Gloria V. | Bonato, Paolo | Park, Moonkyoung | Hausdorff, Jeffrey | Fox, Michael | Sudarsky, Lewis R. | Tarsy, Daniel | Novakowski, James | Macklin, Eric A. | Wayne, Peter M. | Song, Rhayun | Hwang, Inok | Ahn, Sukhee | Lee, Myung-Ah | Wayne, Peter M. | Sohn, Min K. | Sorokin, Oleg | Steckhan, Nico | Heydeck, Dagmar | Borchert, Astrid | Hohmann, Christoph-Daniel | Kühn, Harmut | Michalsen, Andreas | Kessler, Christian | Steckhan, Nico | Hohmann, Christoph-Daniel | Cramer, Holger | Michalsen, Andreas | Dobos, Gustav | von Scheidt, Christel | Kirschbaum, Clemens | Stalder, Tobias | Stöckigt, Barbara | Teut, Michael | Suhr, Ralf | Sulmann, Daniela | Brinkhaus, Benno | Streeter, Chris | Gerbarg, Patrica | Silveri, Marisa | Brown, Richard | Jensen, John | Stritter, Wiebke | Rutert, Britta | Eggert, Angelika | Längler, Alfred | Seifert, Georg | Holmberg, Christine | Sun, Jin | Deng, Xin | Li, Wen-Yuan | Wen, Bin | Robinson, Nicola | Liu, Jian-Ping | Sung, Hyun K. | Yang, Narae | Go, Ho Y. | Shin, Seon M. | Jung, Hee | Kim, Young J. | Jung, Woo S. | Park, Tae Y. | Suzuki, Kiyoshi | Ito, Toshinori | Uchida, Seiya | Kamohara, Seika | Ono, Naoya | Takamura, Mitsuyuki | Yokochi, Ayumu | Maruyama, Kazuo | Tapia, Patricio | Thabaut, Katarzyna | Brinkhaus, Benno | Stöckigt, Barbara | Thronicke, Anja | Kröz, Matthias | Steele, Megan | Matthes, Harald | Herbstreit, Cornelia | Schad, Friedemann | Tian, Jiaxing | Lian, Fengmei | Yang, Libo | Tong, Xiaolin | Tian, Tian | Zhang, Hewei | Tian, Xia | Wang, CongCong | Chai, Qian Yun | Zhang, Lijuan | Xia, Ruyu | Huang, Na | Fei, Yutong | Liu, Jianpin | Trent, Natalie | Miraglia, Mindy | Dusek, Jeffrey | Pasalis, Edi | Khalsa, Sat B. | Trifunovic-König, Milena | Klose, Petra | Cramer, Holger | Lauche, Romy | Koch, Anna | Dobos, Gustav | Langhorst, Jost | Uebelacker, Lisa | Tremont, Geoffrey | Gillette, Lee | Epstein-Lubow, Gary | Strong, David | Abrantes, Ana | Tyrka, Audrey | Tran, Tanya | Gaudiano, Brandon | Miller, Ivan | Ullmann, Gerhild | Ullmann, Gerhild | Li, Yuhua | Vaidya, Sujata | Marathe, Vinod | Vale, Ana C. | Motta, Jacquelyne | Donadão, Fabíola | Valente, Angela C. | Valente, Luana C. Carvalho | Ghelman, Ricardo | Vesovic, Dusan | Jevdic, Dragan | Jevdic, Aleksandar | Jevdic, Katarina | Djacic, Mihael | Letic, Dragica | Bozic, Drago | Markovic, Marija | Dunjic, Slobodan | Vesovic, Dusan | Jevdic, Dragan | Jevdic, Aleksandar | Jevdic, Katarina | Djacic, Mihael | Letic, Dragica | Bozic, Drago | Markovic, Marija | Ruscuklic, Gordana | Baksa, Dezire | Dunjic, Slobodan | Vesovic, Dusan | Jevdic, Dragan | Jevdic, Aleksandar | Jevdic, Katarina | Djacic, Mihael | Letic, Dragica | Bozic, Drago | Markovic, Marija | Ruscuklic, Gordana | Baksa, Dezire | Dunjic, Slobodan | Vesovic, Dusan | Jevdic, Dragan | Jevdic, Aleksandar | Jevdic, Katarina | Djacic, Mihael | Letic, Dragica | Bozic, Drago | Markovic, Marija | Ruscuklic, Gordana | Baksa, Dezire | Dunjic, Slobodan | Vesovic, Dusan | Jevdic, Dragan | Jevdic, Aleksandar | Jevdic, Katarina | Djacic, Mihael | Letic, Dragica | Bozic, Drago | Markovic, Marija | Vrca, Kenan | Dunjic, Slobodan | Vincent, Ann | Wahner-Roedler, Dietlind | Whipple, Mary | Vogelius, Maria M. | Vollbracht, Claudia | Friesecke, Iris | Gündling, Peter W. | Wahner-Roedler, Dietlind | Mahapatra, Saswati | Hynes, Rebecca | Van Rooy, Kimberly | Looker, Sherry | Ghosh, Aditya | Bauer, Brent | Cutshall, Susanne | Walach, Harald | Flores, Ana Borges | Walach, Harald | Ofner, Michael | Kastner, Andreas | Schwarzl, Gerhard | Schwameder, Hermann | Alexander, Nathalie | Strutzenberger, Gerda | Wang, Jie | Lu, Yan | Gu, Wen | Zhang, Chengcheng | Bu, Xianwei | Zhang, Honghong | Zhang, Jianping | He, Yuxi | Zhang, Xiaoxu | Meng, Fengxian | Wang, Shang | Yu, He | Shi, Jinfeng | Hao, Yu | Liu, Tiegang | Wu, Jun | Qiu, Zeji | Gu, Xiaohong | Wang, Yuh-Hai | Lou, Chi-Jung | Watts, Sam | Wayne, Peter | Osypiuk, Kamila | Vergara-Diaz, Gloria | Bonato, Paolo | Gow, Brian | Hausdorff, Jeffrey | Miranda, Jose | Sudarsky, Lewis | Tarsy, Daniel | Fox, Michael | Macklin, Eric | Wode, Kathrin | Bergqvist, Jenny | Bernhardsson, Britt-Marie | Nordberg, Johanna Hök | Kienle, Gunver | Sharp, Lena | Henriksson, Roger | Woo, Yeonju | Hyun, Min K. | Wu, Hao | Wang, Tian-Fang | Zhao, Yan | Wei, Yu | Tian, Lei | He, Lei | Wang, Xue | Wu, Ruohan | Feng, Shuo | Han, Mei | Caldwell, Patrina H. Y. | Liu, Shigang | Zhang, Jing | Liu, Jianping | Xia, Ruyu | Chai, Qianyun | Fei, Yutong | Guo, Zhongning | Wang, Congcong | Liu, Zhijun | Li, Xun | Zhang, Ying | Liu, Jianping | Yang, I. J. | Lincha, V. Ruberio | Ahn, S. H. | Lee, D. U. | Shin, H. M. | Yang, Lu | Sibbritt, David | Peng, Wenbo | Adams, Jon | Yang, N. | Sung, H. | Shin, S. M. | Go, H. Y. | Jung, H. | Kim, Y. | Park, T. Y. | Yap, Angela | Kwan, Yu H. | Tan, Chuen S. | Ibrahim, Syed | Ang, Seng B. | Yayi, Alfred | Han, Dongwoon | Im, Hyea Bin | Hwang, Jung Hye | Choi, Soo Jeung | Yoo, Jeong E. | Yoo, Ho R. | Jang, Sae B. | Lee, Hye L. | Youssef, Ala’a | Ezzat, Shahira | Motaal, Amira Abdel | El-Askary, Hesham | Yu, Xiaotong | Cui, Yashan | Zhang, Ying | Lian, Fengmei | Yun, Younghee | Ko, Youme | Ahn, Jin-Hyang | Jang, Bo-Hyung | Kim, Kyu-Seok | Ko, Seong-Gyu | Choi, Inhwa | Zerm, Roland | Glinz, Augustina | Pranga, Danilo | Berger, Bettina | ten Brink, Fadime | Reif, Marcus | Büssing, Arnd | Gutenbrunner, Christoph | Kröz, Matthias | Zerm, Roland | Helbrecht, Bert | Pranga, Danilo | Brinkhaus, Benno | Michalsen, Andreas | Kröz, Matthias | Zhang, Honghong | Fang, Tiesheng | Wang, Jie | Zhang, Chengcheng | He, Yuxi | Zhang, Xiaoxu | Zhang, Zhengju | Wang, Dali | Meng, Fengxion | Zhang, Jianping | Zhang, Chengcheng | Bai, Hua | Shen, Zhiming | Ma, Weiguo | Liu, Hui | Bai, Yu | Shang, Xuezheng | Meng, Fengxian | Zhang, Ruixin | Wu, Fan | Li, Ming | Xuan, Xinyun | Shen, Xueyong | Ren, Ke | Berman, Brian | Zhen, Jianhua | Li, Xiaofei | Gu, Xiaohong | Yu, He | Zheng, Zian | Wan, Yuxiang | Wang, Yunhui | Ma, Xueyan | Dong, Fei | Liu, Tiegang | Zhen, Jianhua | Li, Xiaofei | Gu, Xiaohong | Yu, He | Zheng, Zian | Wan, Yuxiang | Wang, Yunhui | Ma, Xueyan | Dong, Fei | Liu, Tiegang | Zick, Suzie | Harris, Richard | Bae, Go E. | Kwon, Jung N. | Lee, Hye Y. | Nam, Jong K. | Lee, Sang D. | Lee, Dong H. | Han, Ji Y. | Yun, Young J. | Lee, Ji H. | Park, Hye L. | Park, Seong H. | Bocci, Chiara | Ivaldi, Giovanni B. | Vietti, Ilaria | Meaglia, Ilaria | Guffi, Marta | Ruggiero, Rubina | Gualea, Marita | Longa, Emanuela | Bonucci, Massimo | Croke, Sarah | Rodriguez, Lourdes Diaz | Caracuel-Martínez, Juan C. | Fajardo-Rodríguez, Manuel F. | Ariza-García, Angélica | la Fuente, Francisca García-De | Arroyo-Morales, Manuel | Estrems, Maria S. | Gómez, Vicente G. | Estrems, Maria S. | Sabater, Mónica Valero | Ferreri, Rosaria | Bernardini, Simonetta | Pulcri, Roberto | Cracolici, Franco | Rinaldi, Massimo | Porciani, Claudio | Firenzuoli, Fabio | Baccetti, Sonia | Di Stefano, Mariella | Monechi, Maria V. | Gallo, Eugenia | Maggini, Valentina | Gori, Luigi | Rossi, Elio | Fisher, Peter | Hughes, John | Mendoza, Ariadna | MacPherson, Hugh | Witt, Claudia | Filshie, Jacqueline | Lewith, George | Di Francesco, Antonia | Bernardini, Alberto | Messe, Monica | Primitivo, Vincenzo | Iasella, Piera A. | Ghelman, Ricardo | Taminato, Monica | Alcantara, Jaqueline Do Carmo | De Oliveira, Katia R. | Rodrigues, Debora C. De Azevedo | Mumme, Juliana R. Campana | Sunakozawa, Olga K. Matsumoto | Filho, Vicente Odone | Seifert, Georg | Goldenberg, Joshua | Day, Andrew | Sasagawa, Masa | Ward, Lesley | Cooley, Kieran | Gunnarsdottir, Thora | Hjaltadottir, Ingibjorg | Hajimonfarednejad, Mahdie
doi:10.1186/s12906-017-1783-3
PMCID: PMC5498867
2.  The orientation and stability of the GPCR-Arrestin complex in a lipid bilayer 
Scientific Reports  2017;7:16985.
G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) constitute a large family of membrane proteins that plays a key role in transmembrane signal transduction and draw wide attention since it was discovered. Arrestin is a small family of proteins which can bind to GPCRs, block G protein interactions and redirect signaling to G-protein-independent pathways. The detailed mechanism of how arrestin interacts with GPCR remains elusive. Here, we conducted molecular dynamics simulations with coarse-grained (CG) and all-atom (AA) models to study the complex structure formed by arrestin and rhodopsin, a prototypical GPCR, in a POPC bilayer. Our results indicate that the formation of the complex has a significant impact on arrestin which is tightly anchored onto the bilayer surface, while has a minor effect on the orientation of rhodopsin in the lipid bilayer. The formation of the complex induces an internal change of conformation and flexibility in both rhodopsin and arrestin, mainly at the binding interface. Further investigation on the interaction interface identified the hydrogen bond network, especially the long-lived hydrogen bonds, and the key residues at the contact interface, which are responsible for stabilizing the complex. These results help us to better understand how rhodopsin interacts with arrestin on membranes, and thereby shed lights on arrestin-mediated signal transduction through GPCRs.
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-17243-y
PMCID: PMC5716996  PMID: 29209002
3.  Prognostic factors in curatively resected pathological stage I lung adenocarcinoma 
Journal of Thoracic Disease  2017;9(12):5267-5277.
Background
Patients with pathological stage I (p I) lung adenocarcinoma show variabilities in prognosis even after complete resection. The factors resulting in heterogeneities of prognosis remain controversy. The aim of this study was to identify the risk factors affecting recurrence/metastasis and survival in patients with curatively resected p I lung adenocarcinoma.
Methods
A total of 252 patients with p I lung adenocarcinoma underwent curative resection between January 1st, 2009 to September 30th, 2011 were retrospectively reviewed to analyze the associations of recurrence and survival with the following clinicopathological variables: gender, age, cigarette smoking, family cancer history, tumor size, TNM stage, tumor differentiation, visceral pleural invasion, bronchial involvement, lymphovascular invasion, postoperative adjuvant treatment, pathological subtypes and micropapillary pattern.
Results
Among those 252 patients, 48 had local recurrence or distant metastasis, the rest 204 patients had no relapse until the last follow-up. Cox univariate survival analysis revealed that tumor size (P<0.001), TNM stage [disease-free survival (DFS), P<0.001; overall survival (OS), P=0.004], tumor differentiation (P<0.001), bronchial involvement (P<0.001), lymphovascular invasion (DFS, P=0.021; OS, P=0.001) and micropapillary pattern (DFS, P<0.001; OS, P=0.003) were significantly associated with DFS and OS, while cigarette smoking (P=0.029) and pathological subtypes (P=0.041) were found to be risk factors for DFS either. In multivariate analysis, tumor differentiation (P<0.001) was an independent risk factor for both DFS and OS, TNM stage (P=0.007), bronchial involvement (P=0.004) and micropapillary pattern (P=0.001) only for DFS, while tumor size (P=0.009) and lymphovascular invasion (P=0.010) were found to be independent risk factors only for OS.
Conclusions
Tumor size, TNM stage, tumor differentiation, bronchial involvement, lymphovascular invasion and micropapillary pattern could be considered as risk factors for predicting local recurrence or distant metastasis and survival in curatively resected p I lung adenocarcinoma patients.
doi:10.21037/jtd.2017.11.65
PMCID: PMC5757068
Lung adenocarcinoma; prognosis; recurrence; metastasis; survival
4.  A Mechanism-based QSTR Model for Acute to Chronic Toxicity Extrapolation: A Case Study of Antibiotics on Luminous Bacteria 
Scientific Reports  2017;7:6022.
The determination of the chronic toxicity is time-consumed and costly, so it’s of great interest to predict the chronic toxicity based on acute data. Current methods include the acute to chronic ratios (ACRs) and the QSTR models, both of which have some usage limitations. In this paper, the acute and chronic mixture toxicity of three types of antibiotics, namely sulfonamides, sulfonamide potentiators and tetracyclines, were determined by a bioluminescence inhibition test. A novel QSTR model was developed for predicting the chronic mixture toxicity using the acute data and docking-based descriptors. This model revealed a complex relationship between the acute and chronic toxicity, i.e. a linear correlation between the acute and chronic lg(−lgEC50)s, rather than the simple EC50s or −lgEC50s. In particular, the interaction energies (Ebind) of the chemicals with luciferase and LitR in the bacterial quorum sensing systems were introduced to represent their acute and chronic actions, respectively, regardless of their defined toxic mechanisms. Therefore, the present QSTR model can apply to the chemicals with distinct toxic mechanisms, as well as those with undefined mechanism. This study provides a novel idea for the acute to chronic toxicity extrapolation, which may benefit the environmental risk assessment on the pollutants.
doi:10.1038/s41598-017-06384-9
PMCID: PMC5519556
5.  An analogous wood barrel theory to explain the occurrence of hormesis: A case study of sulfonamides and erythromycin on Escherichia coli growth 
PLoS ONE  2017;12(7):e0181321.
Hormesis has aroused much attention during the past two decades and may have great implications on many fields, including toxicology and risk assessment. However, the observation of hormesis remains challenged under laboratory conditions. To determine favorable conditions under which to observe hormesis, we investigated the hormetic responses of Escherichia coli (E. coli) upon exposure of different concentrations of sulfonamides and erythromycin at different time points and in different culture media: Luria-Bertani (LB) broth and Mueller Hinton (MH) broth. Our results reveal that the antibiotics, both individually and combined, produce hormetic effects on E. coli growth in MH broth at the stationary phase, with the maximum stimulatory response increasing with time. However, in LB broth, the hormetic response was not observed, which can be explained by an analogous “wood barrel theory”. Our study suggests that the culture medium and time should be taken into consideration in hormetic studies, and compound mixtures should also receive more attention for their potential to induce hormesis.
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0181321
PMCID: PMC5513561  PMID: 28715457
6.  World Congress Integrative Medicine & Health 2017: Part one 
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Emami | Saghebi, Seyed A. | Fattahi, Mohammad R. | Salehi, Alireza | Rezaeizadeh, Hossein | Zarshenas, Mohammad M. | Nimrouzi, Majid | Fox, Kealoha | Hughes, John | Kostanjsek, Nenad | Espinosa, Stéphane | Lewith, George | Fisher, Peter | Latif, Abdul | Lefeber, Donald | Paske, William | Öztürk, Ali Ö. | Öztürk, Gizemnur | Boers, Inge | Tissing, Wim | Naafs, Marianne | Busch, Martine | Jong, Miek | Daneshfard, Babak | Sanaye, Mohammad R. | Dräger, Kilian | Fisher, Peter | Kreitzer, Mary J. | Evans, Roni | Leininger, Brent | Shafto, Kate | Breen, Jenny | Sanaye, Mohammad R. | Daneshfard, Babak | Simões-Wüst, Ana P. | Moltó-Puigmartí, Carolina | van Dongen, Martien | Dagnelie, Pieter | Thijs, Carel | White, Shelley | Wiesener, Solveig | Salamonsen, Anita | Stub, Trine | Fønnebø, Vinjar | Abanades, Sergio | Blanco, Mar | Masllorens, Laia | Sala, Roser | Al-Ahnoumy, Shafekah | Han, Dongwoon | He, Luzhu | Kim, Ha Yun | In Choi, Da | Alræk, Terje | Stub, Trine | Kristoffersen, Agnete | von Sceidt, Christel | Michalsen, Andreas | Bruset, Stig | Musial, Frauke | Anheyer, Dennis | Cramer, Holger | Lauche, Romy | Saha, Felix J. | Dobos, Gustav | Anheyer, Dennis | Haller, Heidemarie | Lauche, Romy | Dobos, Gustav | Cramer, Holger | Azizi, Hoda | Khadem, Nayereh | Hassanzadeh, Malihe | Estiri, Nazanin | Azizi, Hamideh | Tavassoli, Fatemeh | Lotfalizadeh, Marzieh | Zabihi, Reza | Esmaily, Habibollah | Azizi, Hoda | Shabestari, Mahmoud Mohammadzadeh | Paeizi, Reza | Azari, Masoumeh Alvandi | Bahrami-Taghanaki, Hamidreza | Zabihi, Reza | Azizi, Hamideh | Esmaily, Habibollah | Baars, Erik | De Bruin, Anja | Ponstein, Anne | Baccetti, Sonia | Di Stefano, Mariella | Rossi, Elio | Firenzuoli, Fabio | Segantini, Sergio | Monechi, Maria Valeria | Voller, Fabio | Barth, Jürgen | Kern, Alexandra | Lüthi, Sebastian | Witt, Claudia | Barth, Jürgen | Zieger, Anja | Otto, Fabius | Witt, Claudia | Beccia, Ariel | Dunlap, Corina | Courneene, Brendan | Bedregal, Paula | Passi, Alvaro | Rodríguez, Alfredo | Chang, Mayling | Gutiérrez, Soledad | Beissner, Florian | Beissner, Florian | Preibisch, Christine | Schweizer-Arau, Annemarie | Popovici, Roxana | Meissner, Karin | Beljanski, Sylvie | Belland, Laura | Rivera-Reyes, Laura | Hwang, Ula | Berger, Bettina | Sethe, Dominik | Hilgard, Dörte | Heusser, Peter | Bishop, Felicity | Al-Abbadey, Miznah | Bradbury, Katherine | Carnes, Dawn | Dimitrov, Borislav | Fawkes, Carol | Foster, Jo | MacPherson, Hugh | Roberts, Lisa | Yardley, Lucy | Lewith, George | Bishop, Felicity | Al-Abbadey, Miznah | Bradbury, Katherine | Carnes, Dawn | Dimitrov, Borislav | Fawkes, Carol | Foster, Jo | MacPherson, Hugh | Roberts, Lisa | Yardley, Lucy | Lewith, George | Bishop, Felicity | Holmes, Michelle | Lewith, George | Yardley, Lucy | Little, Paul | Cooper, Cyrus | Bogani, Patrizia | Maggini, Valentina | Gallo, Eugenia | Miceli, Elisangela | Biffi, Sauro | Mengoni, Alessio | Fani, Renato | Firenzuoli, Fabio | Brands-Guendling, Nadine | Guendling, Peter W. | Bronfort, Gert | Evans, Roni | Haas, Mitch | Leininger, Brent | Schulz, Craig | Bu, Xiangwei | Wang, J. | Fang, T. | Shen, Z. | He, Y. | Zhang, X. | Zhang, Zhengju | Wang, Dali | Meng, Fengxian | Büssing, Arndt | Baumann, Klaus | Frick, Eckhard | Jacobs, Christoph | Büssing, Arndt | Grünther, Ralph-Achim | Lötzke, Désirée | Büssing, Arndt | Jung, Sonny | Lötzke, Désirée | Recchia, Daniela R. | Robens, Sibylle | Ostermann, Thomas | Berger, Bettina | Stankewitz, Josephin | Kröz, Matthias | Jeitler, Mika | Kessler, Christian | Michalsen, Andreas | Cheon, Chunhoo | Jang, Bo H. | Ko, Seong G. | Huang, Ching W. | Sasaki, Yui | Ko, Youme | Cheshire, Anna | Ridge, Damien | Hughes, John | Peters, David | Panagioti, Maria | Simon, Chantal | Lewith, George | Cho, Hyun J. | Han, Dongwoon | Choi, Soo J. | Jung, Young S. | Im, Hyea B | Cooley, Kieran | Tummon-Simmons, Laura | Cotton, Sian | Luberto, Christina M. | Wasson, Rachel | Kraemer, Kristen | Sears, Richard | Hueber, Carly | Derk, Gwendolyn | Lill, JR | An, Ruopeng | Steinberg, Lois | Rodriguez, Lourdes Diaz | la Fuente, Francisca García-de | De la Vega, Miguel | Vargas-Román, Keyla | Fernández-Ruiz, Jonatan | Cantarero-Villanueva, Irene | Rodriguez, Lourdes Diaz | García-De la Fuente, Francisca | Jiménez-Guerrero, Fanny | Vargas-Román, Keyla | Fernández-Ruiz, Jonatan | Galiano-Castillo, Noelia | Diaz-Saez, Gualberto | Torres-Jimenez, José I. | Garcia-Gomez, Olga | Hortal-Muñoz, Luis | Diaz-Diez, Camino | Dicen, Demijon | Diezel, Helene | Adams, Jon | Steel, Amie | Wardle, Jon | Diezel, Helene | Steel, Amie | Frawley, Jane | Wardle, Jon | Broom, Alex | Adams, Jon | Dong, Fei | Yu, He | Liu, Tiegang | Ma, Xueyan | Yan, Liyi | Wan, Yuxiang | Zheng, Zian | Gu, Xiaohong | Dong, Fei | Yu, He | Wu, Liqun | Liu, Tiegang | Ma, Xueyan | Ma, Jiaju | Yan, Liyi | Wan, Yuxiang | Zheng, Zian | Zhen, Jianhua | Gu, Xiaohong | Dubois, Julie | Rodondi, Pierre-Yves | Edelhäuser, Friedrich | Schwartze, Sophia | Trapp, Barbara | Cysarz, Dirk
doi:10.1186/s12906-017-1782-4
PMCID: PMC5498855
7.  A prognostic nomogram for overall survival after neoadjuvant radiotherapy or chemoradiotherapy in thoracic esophageal squamous cell carcinoma: a retrospective analysis 
Oncotarget  2017;8(25):41102-41112.
Background
Currently, the AJCC staging system or pathological complete response (pCR) are considered not sufficiently accurate to evaluate the survival of patients with esophageal squamous cell carcinoma after neoadjuvant radiotherapy or chemoradiotherapy. This study aimed to establish a nomogram and a recursive partitioning analysis (RPA) model to estimate prognosis and to provide advice for subsequent treatments.
Methods
We analyzed retrospectively 407 patients that were diagnosed with thoracic esophageal squamous cell carcinoma (TESCC) and received neoadjuvant radiotherapy or chemoradiotherapy. Hazard ratios and 95% confidence intervals of categorical clinicopathological characteristics with overall survival (OS) were calculated using the Cox proportional hazard model. The nomogram and RPA model were then established and total scores according to each variable were calculated and stratified to predict OS.
Results
Patients were followed-up over a median 49.9 months. AJCC did not perform well in distinguishing OS among each stage except for IIB and IIIA. Patients were divided into 4 groups according to the total scores based on nomogram (low risk: ≤180; intermediate risk: 180-270; high risk: 270-340; very high risk: >340). The 5-year OS was 57.3%, 40.7%, 18.3%, 6.1% respectively (p<0.05). RPA model also divide the patients into 4 groups, though group2 and group3 were not statistically significant (p=0.574).
Conclusion
The nomogram is a good evaluation model for estimating the prognosis of patients with TESCC after neoadjuvant radiotherapy or chemoradiotherapy compared with the AJCC and RPA. The results of this study also suggested that the high-risk subgroups need further treatments.
doi:10.18632/oncotarget.17062
PMCID: PMC5522220  PMID: 28456788
esophageal carcinoma; nomogram; neoadjuvant therapy; overall survival; recursive partitioning analysis
8.  Recurrent Stroke in Minor Ischemic Stroke or Transient Ischemic Attack With Metabolic Syndrome and/or Diabetes Mellitus 
Chen, Weiqi | Pan, Yuesong | Jing, Jing | Zhao, Xingquan | Liu, Liping | Meng, Xia | Wang, Yilong | Wang, Yongjun | Johnston, S. Claiborne | Wang, Zhimin | Xia, Haiqin | Li, Bin | Zhang, Guiru | Ren, Xudong | Ji, Chunling | Zhang, Guohua | Li, Jianhua | Lu, Bohua | Wang, Liping | Feng, Shutao | Wang, Dali | Tang, Weiguo | Li, Juntao | Zhang, Hongtian | Li, Guanglai | Wang, Baojun | Chen, Yuhua | Lian, Ying | Liu, Bin | Teng, Junfang | Sui, Rubo | Li, Lejun | Yuan, Zhiling | Zang, Dawei | Lu, Zuneng | Sun, Li | Wang, Dong | Hou, Liying | Yuan, Dongcai | Cao, Yongliang | Li, Hui | Tan, Xiuge | Wang, Huicong | Du, Haisong | Liu, Mingyi | Wang, Suping | Liu, Qiuwu | Zhang, Zhong | Cui, Qifu | Wang, Runqing | Zhao, Jialin | Zhang, Jiewen | Zhao, Jianping | Bi, Qi | Qi, Xiyou | Liu, Junyan | Li, Changxin | Li, Ling | Pan, Xiaoping | Zhang, Junling | Jiao, Derang | Han, Zhao | Qian, Dawei | Xiao, Jin | Xing, Yan | Du, Huishan | Huang, Guang | Cui, Yongqiang | Li, Yan | Feng, Lianyuan | Gao, Lianbo | Xiao, Bo | Cao, Yibin | Wu, Yiping | Liu, Jinfeng | Zhang, Zhiming | Dong, Zhengxie | Wang, Limin | He, Li | Wang, Xinchen | Guo, Xueying | Wang, Ming | Wang, Xiaosha | Jiang, Jiandong | Zhao, Renliang | Zhou, Shengnian | Hu, Hao | He, Maolin | Yu, Fengchun | Ouyang, Quping | Zhang, Jingbo | Xu, Anding | Qi, Xiaokun | Wang, Lei | Shi, Fuming | Guo, Fuqiang | Wang, Jianfeng | Zhao, Fengli | Dou, Ronghua | Wei, Dongning | Meng, Qingwei | Xia, Yilu | Wang, Shimin | Xue, Zhangcang | Xu, Yuming | Ma, Liping | Wang, Chun | Wu, Jiang | Du, Yifeng | Wang, Yinzhou | Xiao, Lijun | Song, Fucong | Hu, Wenli | Chen, Zhigang | Liu, Qingrui | Zhang, Jiemin | Chen, Mei | Yuan, Xiaodong | Liu, Zhihui | Li, Guozhong | Li, Xiaohong | Tian, Tingchen
Background
We aimed to determine the risk conferred by metabolic syndrome (METS) and diabetes mellitus (DM) to recurrent stroke in patients with minor ischemic stroke or transient ischemic attack from the CHANCE (Clopidogrel in High‐risk patients with Acute Non‐disabling Cerebrovascular Events) trial.
Methods and Results
In total, 3044 patients were included. Patients were stratified into 4 groups: neither, METS only, DM only, or both. METS was defined using the Chinese Diabetes Society (CDS) and International Diabetes Foundation (IDF) definitions. The primary outcome was new stroke (including ischemic and hemorrhagic) at 90 days. A multivariable Cox regression model was used to assess the relationship of METS and DM status to the risk of recurrent stroke adjusted for potential covariates. Using the CDS criteria of METS, 53.2%, 17.2%, 19.8%, and 9.8% of patients were diagnosed as neither, METS only, DM only, and both, respectively. After 90 days of follow‐up, there were 299 new strokes (293 ischemic, 6 hemorrhagic). Patients with DM only (16.1% versus 6.8%; adjusted hazard ratio 2.50, 95% CI 1.89–3.39) and both (17.1% versus 6.8%; adjusted hazard ratio 2.76, 95% CI 1.98–3.86) had significantly increased rates of recurrent stroke. No interaction effect of antiplatelet therapy by different METS or DM status for the risk of recurrent stroke (P=0.82 for interaction in the fully adjusted model of CDS) was observed. Using the METS (IDF) criteria demonstrated similar results.
Conclusions
Concurrent METS and DM was associated with an increased risk of recurrent stroke in patients with minor stroke and transient ischemic attack.
doi:10.1161/JAHA.116.005446
PMCID: PMC5669168  PMID: 28572281
diabetes mellitus; metabolic syndrome; prognosis; stroke; Ischemic Stroke
9.  Changing Epidemiology of Human Brucellosis, China, 1955–2014 
Emerging Infectious Diseases  2017;23(2):184-194.
Brucellosis, a zoonotic disease, was made statutorily notifiable in China in 1955. We analyzed the incidence and spatial–temporal distribution of human brucellosis during 1955–2014 in China using notifiable surveillance data: aggregated data for 1955–2003 and individual case data for 2004–2014. A total of 513,034 brucellosis cases were recorded, of which 99.3% were reported in northern China during 1955–2014, and 69.1% (258, 462/374, 141) occurred during February–July in 1990–2014. Incidence remained high during 1955–1978 (interquartile range 0.42–1.0 cases/100,000 residents), then decreased dramatically in 1979–1994. However, brucellosis has reemerged since 1995 (interquartile range 0.11–0.23 in 1995–2003 and 1.48–2.89 in 2004–2014); the historical high occurred in 2014, and the affected area expanded from northern pastureland provinces to the adjacent grassland and agricultural areas, then to southern coastal and southwestern areas. Control strategies in China should be adjusted to account for these changes by adopting a One Health approach.
doi:10.3201/eid2302.151710
PMCID: PMC5324817  PMID: 28098531
Brucellosis; humans; epidemiology; zoonoses; China; bacteria; Brucella
10.  Experiences in the management of anastomotic leakages and analysis of the factors affecting leakage healing in patients with esophagogastric junction cancer 
Journal of Thoracic Disease  2017;9(2):386-391.
Background
It was reported in the literatures that the incidence of anastomotic leakage in patients with esophagogastric junction cancer decreased due to application of staplers and closure devices as well as gastric conduit technique in recent years, however, it increased slightly at our center since widely using the above devices and gastric conduit techniques from 2009. The objective of this study was to summarize our experiences in the management of anastomotic leakages and analyze the factors affecting leakage healing in the patients with esophagogastric junction cancer after surgical resection in recent 6 years.
Methods
All patients who received surgical resections for esophagogastric junction cancer and diagnosed anastomotic leak at our center between January 2009 and December 2014 were retrospectively analyzed, we also enrolled the patients who had a longer hospital stay (>30 days) as they may develop anastomotic leak. The binary logistic regression in SPSS 16.0 was applied to analyze the factors that may affect leakage healing.
Results
Of the 1,815 surgically treated esophagogastric junction cancer patients, 91 cases were diagnosed anastomotic leakage postoperatively. The patients were divided into two groups based on the median leakage healing time (40 days) in this series: fast healing group (37 cases) and slowly healing group (54 cases). All factors that may affect the leakage healing were put into analysis by using binary logistic regression. The results of the analysis showed that leakage size (OR =1.073, P=0.004), thoracic drainage (OR =12.937, P=0.037) and smoking index ≤400 (OR =1.001, P=0.04) significantly affected the healing time, while drinking history (P=0.177), duration of fever after anastomotic leak developed (P=0.084), and hypoproteinemia after leak (P=0.169) also apparently but not significantly affect the healing time.
Conclusions
Though many factors may affect leakage healing in the esophagogastric junction carcinoma patients, leakage size, thoracic drainage and smoking index (≤400) are the most important factors affecting the leakage healing. Placement of a chest tube beside the anastomosis area during operation for early identification and control of an anastomotic leak to minimize contamination of the mediastinum is the most important way to promote leakage healing. A chest tube placing into the purulent cavities after the patients experienced leaks is also important for the cure of leakage. More attention should be paid perioperatively to the patients who had a smoking index (≥400) and the patients who suffered fever or hypoproteinemia.
doi:10.21037/jtd.2017.02.34
PMCID: PMC5334072
Esophagogastric junction cancer; anastomotic leakage; chest drainage
11.  An Observation-Driven Agent-Based Modeling and Analysis Framework for C. elegans Embryogenesis 
PLoS ONE  2016;11(11):e0166551.
With cutting-edge live microscopy and image analysis, biologists can now systematically track individual cells in complex tissues and quantify cellular behavior over extended time windows. Computational approaches that utilize the systematic and quantitative data are needed to understand how cells interact in vivo to give rise to the different cell types and 3D morphology of tissues. An agent-based, minimum descriptive modeling and analysis framework is presented in this paper to study C. elegans embryogenesis. The framework is designed to incorporate the large amounts of experimental observations on cellular behavior and reserve data structures/interfaces that allow regulatory mechanisms to be added as more insights are gained. Observed cellular behaviors are organized into lineage identity, timing and direction of cell division, and path of cell movement. The framework also includes global parameters such as the eggshell and a clock. Division and movement behaviors are driven by statistical models of the observations. Data structures/interfaces are reserved for gene list, cell-cell interaction, cell fate and landscape, and other global parameters until the descriptive model is replaced by a regulatory mechanism. This approach provides a framework to handle the ongoing experiments of single-cell analysis of complex tissues where mechanistic insights lag data collection and need to be validated on complex observations.
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0166551
PMCID: PMC5113041  PMID: 27851808
12.  Dendritic Polymers for Theranostics 
Theranostics  2016;6(7):930-947.
Dendritic polymers are highly branched polymers with controllable structures, which possess a large population of terminal functional groups, low solution or melt viscosity, and good solubility. Their size, degree of branching and functionality can be adjusted and controlled through the synthetic procedures. These tunable structures correspond to application-related properties, such as biodegradability, biocompatibility, stimuli-responsiveness and self-assembly ability, which are the key points for theranostic applications, including chemotherapeutic theranostics, biotherapeutic theranostics, phototherapeutic theranostics, radiotherapeutic theranostics and combined therapeutic theranostics. Up to now, significant progress has been made for the dendritic polymers in solving some of the fundamental and technical questions toward their theranostic applications. In this review, we briefly summarize how to control the structures of dendritic polymers, the theranostics-related properties derived from their structures and their theranostics-related applications.
doi:10.7150/thno.14855
PMCID: PMC4876620  PMID: 27217829
Dendritic polymers; theranostics
13.  miR-873 induces lung adenocarcinoma cell proliferation and migration by targeting SRCIN1 
microRNAs (miRNAs) are endogenously expressed, conserved and small noncoding RNA that regulate gene expression by the post-transcriptional level. In this study, we aim to examine the role of miR-873 in lung adenocarcinoma. We found that the expression of miR-873 was upregulated in four lung adenocarcinoma cell lines and tissues. In addition, the expression levels of SRCIN1 were inversely correlated with the expression levels of miR-873 in lung adenocarcinoma tissues. Furthermore, SRCIN1 was confirmed asthe direct target of miR-873 by luciferase reporter assay and Western blotting. Overexpression of miR-873 promoted the proliferation and migration of lung adenocarcinoma cells, while SRCIN1 upregulation inhibited their proliferation and migration. Restoration of SRCIN1 could significantly reverse the proliferation and migration promotion imposed by miR-873. In summary, this study reveals for the first time that miR-873 increase the lung adenocarcinoma cell proliferation and migration through directly inhibiting SRCIN1 expression.
PMCID: PMC4697728  PMID: 26807196
Lung adenocarcinoma; microRNA; miR-873; SRCIN1
14.  Composite tissue flap at perforating branches of saphenous artery: a new design for repairing composite tissue defects in anterior knee 
So far it has been difficult to repair and reconstruct the composite tissue defects in knee. Saphenous artery flap has been widely used to repair complex wounds, but the design and clinical application of composite tissue flap at perforating branches of saphenous artery were not reported. In this research, we design a new composite tissue flap by carrying fascial flap in the medial gastrocnemius muscle with perforators flap in saphenous artery to repair and reconstruct the composite tissue defects in knee. By anatomic observation and analysis, we find that there exists blood-supply in netty form among saphenous arteries, medial artery below the knee, intermuscular branch in high-order position of posterior tibial artery and perforating branch in medial artery of calf. We chose saphenous artery as blood-supplying artery; utilized the netty blood-supplying mode in middle-up and medial part of shank; cut the composite tissue flap at perforating branches of saphenous artery with fascial flap carried in the medial gastrocnemius muscle; reconstructed the ligamentum patellae using medial head of gastrocnemius muscle and Achilles’s tendon; and covered the wounds at front side of knee with flap. Composite tissues were survived completely, free from infection at wounds and exosmosis of joint fluid. Motion function of knee-joint proved satisfactory, and ambulatory function was recovered. There was no complication in donor site. Composite tissue flap at perforating branches of saphenous artery with fascial flap carried in the medial gastrocnemius muscle is one of the most ideal solutions for repairing the composite tissue defects at front side of knee joint.
PMCID: PMC4723935  PMID: 26885090
Composite tissue flap; saphenous artery; perforators flap; the design of the flap; the knee joint reconstruction
15.  Supramolecularly engineered phospholipids constructed by nucleobase molecular recognition: upgraded generation of phospholipids for drug delivery† †Electronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Synthesis detail and characterization of supramolecular nucleoside phospholipids; fabrication of supramolecular liposomes and conventional liposomes, including fabrication of DOX-loaded supramolecular liposomes and conventional liposomes; details of in vitro experiments, including in vitro cytotoxicity studies, intracellular drug release, examination of cell viability of MCF-7 cells, apoptosis analyses and western blotting analysis; details of in vivo experiments, including pharmacokinetic studies, in vivo biodistribution and tumor targeting capability in tumor-bearing mice and in vivo antitumor efficacy. See DOI: 10.1039/c5sc01188d  
Chemical Science  2015;6(7):3775-3787.
Supramolecularly engineered phospholipids and liposomes based on complementary hydrogen bonding of nucleosides have been developed.
Despite of great advances of phospholipids and liposomes in clinical therapy, very limited success has been achieved in the preparation of smart phospholipids and controlled-release liposomes for in vivo drug delivery and clinical trials. Here we report a supramolecular approach to synthesize novel supramolecularly engineered phospholipids based on complementary hydrogen bonding of nucleosides, which greatly reduces the need of tedious chemical synthesis, including reducing the strict requirements for multistep chemical reactions, and the purification of the intermediates and the amount of waste generated relative more traditional approaches. These upgraded phospholipids self-assemble into liposome-like bilayer structures in aqueous solution, exhibiting fast stimuli-responsive ability due to the hydrogen bonding connection. In vitro and in vivo evaluations show the resulted supramolecular liposomes from nucleoside phospholipids could effectively transport drug into tumor tissue, rapidly enter tumor cells, and controllably release their payload in response to an intracellular acidic environment, thus resulting in a much higher antitumor activity than conventional liposomes. The present supramolecularly engineered phospholipids represent an important evolution in comparison to conventional covalent-bonded phospholipid systems.
doi:10.1039/c5sc01188d
PMCID: PMC5707505
16.  Select the Optimized Effective Dose to Reduce Nuclear Radiations in Pediatric Nuclear Medicine 
Many techniques and research models on calculating and reducing the nuclear radiation dose on pediatric nuclear medicine procedure have been developed and reported in recent years. However, most those models either utilized simple shapes to present the organs or used more realistic models to estimate the nuclear dose applied on pediatric patients. The former are too simple to provide accurate estimation results, and the latter are too complicated to intensively involve complex calculations. In this study, a simple but practical model is developed to enable physicians to easily and quickly calculate and select the average optimal effective nuclear dose for the given age and body-size of the pediatric patients. This model is built based on one research result reported by Frederic Fahey, et al and it can be easily implemented in most common pediatric nuclear medicine procedures. This is the first research of using fuzzy inference system to calculate the optimal effective dose applied in the nuclear medicine for pediatric patients.
doi:10.4103/1450-1147.138573
PMCID: PMC4149768  PMID: 25191111
Common pediatric nuclear medicine procedures; fuzzy inference system; optimized nuclear radiation dose; reduction of nuclear radiation dose
17.  Complete Genome Sequence of Brucella abortus 134, a Biovar 1 Strain Isolated from Human 
Journal of Bacteriology  2012;194(23):6658.
Brucella abortus is one of the common pathogens causing brucellosis in China. Here, we report the genome sequence of B. abortus strain 134, a strain isolated from a human patient and belonging to biovar 1, the most highly represented biovar among B. abortus strains in China.
doi:10.1128/JB.01810-12
PMCID: PMC3497486  PMID: 23144404
18.  Complete Genome Sequence of Brucella canis Strain 118, a Strain Isolated from Canine 
Journal of Bacteriology  2012;194(23):6680.
Brucella canis infects several species of animals, and canine is the preferred host. Genome sequences of strains from different hosts are valuable for comparative analysis of host adaptation and microevolution. Here, we report the genome sequence of Brucella canis strain 118, a strain isolated from canine.
doi:10.1128/JB.01853-12
PMCID: PMC3497498  PMID: 23144418
19.  Complete Genome Sequence of Brucella canis BCB018, a Strain Isolated from a Human Patient 
Journal of Bacteriology  2012;194(23):6697-6698.
Brucella canis is considered a rare cause of human brucellosis because of difficulties in presumptive diagnosis and underestimation of the incidence. Here, we report the draft genome sequence of a Brucella canis isolate, BCB018, isolated from a human patient, providing precious resources for comparative genomics analysis of Brucella field strains.
doi:10.1128/JB.01811-12
PMCID: PMC3497541  PMID: 23144429
20.  Complete Genome Sequence of Brucella melitensis 133, an Isolate of Biovar 1 of Sequence Type 32 
Journal of Bacteriology  2012;194(24):6932.
Brucellosis is highly epidemic in China. Of the six classical species, Brucella melitensis and biovar 1 are the most represented species and biovar that cause human brucellosis in China. Here, we report the genome sequence of Brucella melitensis strain 133, a strain of biovar 1 of sequence type 32.
doi:10.1128/JB.01816-12
PMCID: PMC3510568  PMID: 23209199
21.  Complete Genome Sequence of Brucella abortus Strain BCB034, a Strain of Biovar 2 Isolated from Human 
Journal of Bacteriology  2012;194(24):6943.
Brucella abortus is divided into eight biovars, of which biovars 1 to 3 are the most frequently represented biovars in strains isolated from humans. Here, we report the genome sequence of B. abortus strain BCB034, a strain isolated from a human patient and that belongs to biovar 2.
doi:10.1128/JB.01862-12
PMCID: PMC3510594  PMID: 23209208
22.  Complete Genome Sequence of Brucella suis Field Strain BCB025 of Sequence Type ST22 
Journal of Bacteriology  2012;194(24):6959.
Brucella is a genus of relatively conservative pathogenic bacteria. Brucella suis is the most diversified Brucella species. Strains of B. suis belong to different sequence types. Here, we report the genome sequence of B. suis strain BCB025, one isolate of the sequence type 22 epidemic in China.
doi:10.1128/JB.01814-12
PMCID: PMC3510598  PMID: 23209218
23.  Genome Sequence of Brucella melitensis Strain 128, an Isolate of Biovar 3 of Sequence Type 8 
Journal of Bacteriology  2012;194(24):6960.
Brucella melitensis is the most common Brucella species causing human brucellosis. B. melitensis is divided into 3 biovars. Here, we report the complete genome sequence of B. melitensis strain 128, a strain of biovar 3 of sequence type 8, which is prevalent in China.
doi:10.1128/JB.01819-12
PMCID: PMC3510621  PMID: 23209219
24.  Genome Sequences of Three Live Attenuated Vaccine Strains of Brucella Species and Implications for Pathogenesis and Differential Diagnosis 
Journal of Bacteriology  2012;194(21):6012-6013.
Live attenuated vaccines play essential roles in the prevention of brucellosis. Here, we report the draft genome sequences of three vaccine strains, Brucella melitensis M5-10, B. suis S2-30, and B. abortus 104M. Primary genome sequence analysis identified mutations, deletions, and insertions which have implications for attenuation and signatures for differential diagnosis.
doi:10.1128/JB.01483-12
PMCID: PMC3486097  PMID: 23045513
25.  Genome Sequence of Brucella melitensis S66, an Isolate of Sequence Type 8, Prevalent in China 
Journal of Bacteriology  2012;194(19):5451.
Brucella melitensis is the most-represented Brucella species causing human brucellosis in China. Here we report the complete genome sequence of B. melitensis strain S66, a representative strain of sequence type 8 (ST8), which is prevalent in China, making it possible to compare the genome sequences of isolates from different countries.
doi:10.1128/JB.01202-12
PMCID: PMC3457205  PMID: 22965081

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