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Recurrent pregnancy loss: fewer chromosomal abnormalities in products of conception? a meta-analysis SCIE
期刊论文 | 2022 , 39 (3) , 559-572 | JOURNAL OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTION AND GENETICS
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Objective To compare the prevalence of chromosomal abnormalities detected in products of conception (POCs) between recurrent pregnancy loss and sporadic pregnancy loss. Methods A systematic search was performed in the PubMed and Embase databases from inception to December 31, 2020. Relevant studies analysing the association between the number of pregnancy losses and the incidence of chromosomal abnormalities were included. Independent data extraction was conducted and study quality was assessed. Meta-analyses were carried out to calculate odds ratios by using fixed- or random-effects models according to statistical homogeneity. Results A total of 8320 POCs in 19 studies were identified for the meta-analyses. The incidence of chromosomal abnormalities in sporadic pregnancy loss was significantly higher than that in recurrent pregnancy loss. In subgroup analyses, the following studies reported a high incidence of abnormal outcomes of sporadic pregnancy loss: studies with >= 300 samples, studies published before 2014, studies conducted in European and American countries, and studies with analyses using conventional karyotype techniques. Moreover, the incidence of chromosomal abnormalities in women with two pregnancy losses was significantly higher than that in women with three or more pregnancy losses. However, there was no difference in the distribution of abnormal types between sporadic and recurrent pregnancy loss or between two and three or more pregnancy losses. Conclusions The prevalence of chromosomal abnormalities detected in POCs was lower in recurrent pregnancy loss than in sporadic pregnancy loss, and decreased with an increasing number of pregnancy losses.

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Foetal chromosome abnormality Pregnancy loss Products of conception

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GB/T 7714 Lei, Dan , Zhang, Xin-Yu , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . Recurrent pregnancy loss: fewer chromosomal abnormalities in products of conception? a meta-analysis [J]. | JOURNAL OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTION AND GENETICS , 2022 , 39 (3) : 559-572 .
MLA Lei, Dan 等. "Recurrent pregnancy loss: fewer chromosomal abnormalities in products of conception? a meta-analysis" . | JOURNAL OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTION AND GENETICS 39 . 3 (2022) : 559-572 .
APA Lei, Dan , Zhang, Xin-Yu , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . Recurrent pregnancy loss: fewer chromosomal abnormalities in products of conception? a meta-analysis . | JOURNAL OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTION AND GENETICS , 2022 , 39 (3) , 559-572 .
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Systematic review of subsequent pregnancy outcomes in couples with parental abnormal chromosomal karyotypes and recurrent pregnancy loss SCIE
期刊论文 | 2022 , 118 (5) , 906-914 | FERTILITY AND STERILITY
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Objective: To evaluate the current evidence of pregnancy outcomes among couples with recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) with abnormal karyotypes vs. those with normal karyotypes and among couples with RPL and abnormal karyotypes after receiving expectant man-agement vs. preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD).Design: Systematic review and meta-analysis.Setting: Academic medical centers.Patient(s): Pregnancy outcomes in 6,301 couples with RPL who conceived without medical intervention in 11 studies were analyzed. However, only 2 studies addressed the outcomes of couples with RPL and abnormal karyotypes after expectant management (75 cases) vs. PGD (50 cases).Intervention(s): None.Main Outcome Measure(s): The pregnancy outcomes in couples with RPL with abnormal and normal karyotypes across included studies were evaluated.Result(s): Compared with those with a normal karyotype, a significantly lower first pregnancy live birth rate (LBR) was found in cou-ples with RPL with abnormal karyotypes (58.5% vs. 71.9%; odds ratio [OR], 0.55; 95% confidence interval [CI], 0.46-0.65; I2 =27%). A markedly decreased first pregnancy LBR was found in couples with a translocation (52.9% vs. 72.4%; OR, 0.44; 95% CI, 0.31-0.61; I2 =33%) but not in couples with an inversion. However, the differences in accumulated LBR (81.4% vs. 74.8%; OR, 0.96; 95% CI, 0.90- 1.03; I2 = 0) were nonsignificant, whereas the miscarriage rate was distinctly higher in couples with RPL and abnormal karyotypes (53.0% vs. 34.7%; OR, 2.21; 95% CI, 1.69-2.89; I2 = 0). Compared with those who chose expectant management, differences in accu-mulated LBR were nonsignificant (60% vs. 68%; OR, 0.55; 95% CI, 0.11-2.62; I2 =71%), whereas the miscarriage rate (24% vs. 65.3%; OR, 0.15; 95% CI, 0.04-0.51; I2 = 45) was markedly low in couples with RPL and abnormal karyotypes who chose PGD.Conclusion(s): Couples with RPL and abnormal karyotypes had a higher miscarriage rate than couples with normal karyotypes but achieved a noninferior accumulated LBR through multiple conception attempts. In couples with RPL and abnormal karyotypes, PGD treatment did not increase the accumulated LBR but markedly reduced miscarriage rate compared with expectant management. (Fertil Sterile 2022;118:906-14. (c) 2022 by American Society for Reproductive Medicine.)

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abnormal karyotype live birth rate miscarriage rate preimplantation genetic diagnosis Recurrent pregnancy loss

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GB/T 7714 Li, Shan , Zheng, Peng-Sheng , Ma, Hong Mei et al. Systematic review of subsequent pregnancy outcomes in couples with parental abnormal chromosomal karyotypes and recurrent pregnancy loss [J]. | FERTILITY AND STERILITY , 2022 , 118 (5) : 906-914 .
MLA Li, Shan et al. "Systematic review of subsequent pregnancy outcomes in couples with parental abnormal chromosomal karyotypes and recurrent pregnancy loss" . | FERTILITY AND STERILITY 118 . 5 (2022) : 906-914 .
APA Li, Shan , Zheng, Peng-Sheng , Ma, Hong Mei , Feng, Qian , Zhang, Yan Ru , Li, Qin Shu et al. Systematic review of subsequent pregnancy outcomes in couples with parental abnormal chromosomal karyotypes and recurrent pregnancy loss . | FERTILITY AND STERILITY , 2022 , 118 (5) , 906-914 .
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Cytotoxic effect of disulfiram/copper on human cervical cancer cell lines and LGR5-positive cancer stem-like cells SCIE
期刊论文 | 2022 , 22 (1) | BMC CANCER
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Background Tumor resistance is a global challenge for tumor treatment. Cancer stem cells (CSCs) are the main population of tumor cells for drug resistance. We have reported that high aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH) activity represents a functional marker for cervical CSCs. Here, we aimed at disulfiram (DSF), an ALDH inhibitor, that has the potential to be used for cervical cancer treatment. Methods MTT assay, western blot, vector construction and transfection, cell sorting and in vivo anti-tumor assays were performed using cervical cancer cell lines SiHa and HeLa. Cell cycle distribution and cell apoptosis were carried out by flow cytometry. The cytotoxicity of DSF was detected by MTT assay and cervical cancer xenograft models. Results DSF was cytotoxic to cervical cancer cell lines in a copper (Cu)-dependent manner. Disulfiram/copper (DSF/Cu) complex induced deregulation of S-phase and inhibited the expression of stemness markers in cervical cancer cells. Furthermore, DSF/Cu could also reduce the cancer stem cell-like LGR5(+) cells which lead to cisplatin resistance in cervical cancer cells. DSF/Cu complex had the greater antitumor efficacy on cervical cancer than cisplatin in vitro and in vivo. Conclusion Our findings indicate that the cytotoxicity of DSF/Cu complex may be superior to cisplatin because of targeting LGR5-positive cervical cancer stem-like cells in cervical cancer. Thus, the DSF/Cu complex may represent a potential therapeutic strategy for cervical cancer patients.

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Cancer stem cell Cervical cancer Copper Disulfiram LGR5

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GB/T 7714 Cao, Hao-Zhe , Yang, Wen-Ting , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . Cytotoxic effect of disulfiram/copper on human cervical cancer cell lines and LGR5-positive cancer stem-like cells [J]. | BMC CANCER , 2022 , 22 (1) .
MLA Cao, Hao-Zhe et al. "Cytotoxic effect of disulfiram/copper on human cervical cancer cell lines and LGR5-positive cancer stem-like cells" . | BMC CANCER 22 . 1 (2022) .
APA Cao, Hao-Zhe , Yang, Wen-Ting , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . Cytotoxic effect of disulfiram/copper on human cervical cancer cell lines and LGR5-positive cancer stem-like cells . | BMC CANCER , 2022 , 22 (1) .
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NEK2 inactivates the Hippo pathway to advance the proliferation of cervical cancer cells by cooperating with STRIPAK complexes SCIE
期刊论文 | 2022 , 549 | CANCER LETTERS
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The never in mitosis gene A (NIMA)-related kinase 2 (NEK2) protein has been reported to be an oncoprotein that plays different oncogenic roles in multiple cancers. Here, we confirmed that NEK2 highly expressed in cervical cancer cells rather than in normal epithelial basal layer cells in cervical tissues and correlated with worse out-comes. We also demonstrated that NEK2 promoted the in vivo growth of subcutaneous xenograft tumors stemming from cervical cancer cells and the in vitro cell proliferation by decreasing Ser127-phosphorylation of the YAP protein retained in the cytoplasm while increasing the levels of active nucleus-associated YAP protein, which was followed by increases in the targeted proteins CTGF, CYR61 and GLI2. Furthermore, the Hippo signaling pathway was inactivated in manipulated NEK2-overexpressing cervical cancer cells by regulating the levels of MST1/2 dephosphorylation. Additionally, mass spectrometric sequencing and bilateral coimmunopre-cipitation were employed suggested that NEK2 acted at an early upstream step to promote dephosphorylation of MST2 and inactivate the Hippo signaling cascade by cooperating with STRIPAK complexes. We conjecture that NEK2 may be a future target for cervical cancer therapy.

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Cervical cancer MST2 NEK2 STRN YAP

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GB/T 7714 Zhang, Yan-Ru , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . NEK2 inactivates the Hippo pathway to advance the proliferation of cervical cancer cells by cooperating with STRIPAK complexes [J]. | CANCER LETTERS , 2022 , 549 .
MLA Zhang, Yan-Ru et al. "NEK2 inactivates the Hippo pathway to advance the proliferation of cervical cancer cells by cooperating with STRIPAK complexes" . | CANCER LETTERS 549 (2022) .
APA Zhang, Yan-Ru , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . NEK2 inactivates the Hippo pathway to advance the proliferation of cervical cancer cells by cooperating with STRIPAK complexes . | CANCER LETTERS , 2022 , 549 .
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Screening of Therapeutic Candidate Genes of Quercetin for Cervical Cancer and Analysis of Their Regulatory Network SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 14 , 857-866 | ONCOTARGETS AND THERAPY
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Purpose: To explore the therapeutic targets and regulatory mechanisms of the antitumor drug quercetin in the treatment of cervical cancer. Methods: Cervical cancer (HeLa) cells were treated with quercetin and subjected to RNA sequencing using the BGISEQ-500 platform. By combined analysis of GEO database and RNA-seq results, the differentially expressed genes (DEGs) (namely, the genes in the GEO database that were upregulated/downregulated in cervical cancer compared with normal cervix and downregulated/upregulated after quercetin treatment) were identified. Functional enrichment and protein-protein interaction analyses were carried out for the DEGs. The candidate genes were identified using the Gentiscape2.2 and MCODE plug-ins for Cytoscape software, and the upstream miRNAs, lncRNAs, and circRNAs of the candidate genes were predicted using the online tools MirDIP, TarBase, and ENCORI. Finally, the regulatory network was constructed using Cytoscape software. Results: Quercetin significantly inhibited the proliferation of cervical cancer cells. The combined analyses of the GEO database and RNA-seq results obtained 74 DEGs, and the functional enrichment analysis of the DEGs identified 861 biological processes, 32 cellular components, 50 molecular functions, and 56 KEGG pathways. Five therapeutic candidate genes, including EGFR, JUN, AR, CD44, and MUC1, were selected, and 10 miRNAs, 1 lncRNA, and 71 circRNAs upstream of these genes were identified. Finally, a lncRNA/circRNA-miRNA-mRNA-pathway regulatory network was constructed. Conclusion: In this study, data mining was used to identify candidate genes and their regulatory network for the treatment of cervical cancer to provide a theoretical basis for targeted therapy of cervical cancer.

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candidate genes cervical cancer DEGs GEO quercetin regulatory network RNA-seq analysis

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GB/T 7714 Li, Yuanyuan , Kou, Jiushe , Wu, Tao et al. Screening of Therapeutic Candidate Genes of Quercetin for Cervical Cancer and Analysis of Their Regulatory Network [J]. | ONCOTARGETS AND THERAPY , 2021 , 14 : 857-866 .
MLA Li, Yuanyuan et al. "Screening of Therapeutic Candidate Genes of Quercetin for Cervical Cancer and Analysis of Their Regulatory Network" . | ONCOTARGETS AND THERAPY 14 (2021) : 857-866 .
APA Li, Yuanyuan , Kou, Jiushe , Wu, Tao , Zheng, Pengsheng , Chao, Xu . Screening of Therapeutic Candidate Genes of Quercetin for Cervical Cancer and Analysis of Their Regulatory Network . | ONCOTARGETS AND THERAPY , 2021 , 14 , 857-866 .
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HOXB4 inhibits the proliferation and tumorigenesis of cervical cancer cells by downregulating the activity of Wnt/beta-catenin signaling pathway SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 12 (1) | CELL DEATH & DISEASE
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Homeobox B4 (HOXB4), which belongs to the homeobox (HOX) family, possesses transcription factor activity and has a crucial role in stem cell self-renewal and tumorigenesis. However, its biological function and exact mechanism in cervical cancer remain unknown. Here, we found that HOXB4 was markedly downregulated in cervical cancer. We demonstrated that HOXB4 obviously suppressed cervical cancer cell proliferation and tumorigenic potential in nude mice. Additionally, HOXB4-induced cell cycle arrest at the transition from the G0/G1 phase to the S phase. Conversely, loss of HOXB4 promoted cervical cancer cell growth both in vitro and in vivo. Bioinformatics analyses and mechanistic studies revealed that HOXB4 inhibited the activity of the Wnt/beta -catenin signaling pathway by direct transcriptional repression of beta -catenin. Furthermore, beta -catenin re-expression rescued HOXB4-induced cervical cancer cell defects. Taken together, these findings suggested that HOXB4 directly transcriptional repressed beta -catenin and subsequently inactivated the Wnt/beta -catenin signaling pathway, leading to significant inhibition of cervical cancer cell growth and tumor formation.

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GB/T 7714 Lei, Dan , Yang, Wen-Ting , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . HOXB4 inhibits the proliferation and tumorigenesis of cervical cancer cells by downregulating the activity of Wnt/beta-catenin signaling pathway [J]. | CELL DEATH & DISEASE , 2021 , 12 (1) .
MLA Lei, Dan et al. "HOXB4 inhibits the proliferation and tumorigenesis of cervical cancer cells by downregulating the activity of Wnt/beta-catenin signaling pathway" . | CELL DEATH & DISEASE 12 . 1 (2021) .
APA Lei, Dan , Yang, Wen-Ting , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . HOXB4 inhibits the proliferation and tumorigenesis of cervical cancer cells by downregulating the activity of Wnt/beta-catenin signaling pathway . | CELL DEATH & DISEASE , 2021 , 12 (1) .
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PRDM4 inhibits cell proliferation and tumorigenesis by inactivating the PI3K/AKT signaling pathway through targeting of PTEN in cervical carcinoma SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 40 (18) , 3318-3330 | ONCOGENE
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PR domain zinc finger protein 4 (PRDM4) is a transcription factor that plays key roles in stem cell self-renewal and tumorigenesis. However, its biological role and exact mechanism in cervical cancer remain unknown. Here, both immunohistochemistry (IHC) and Western blot assays demonstrated that the expression of PRDM4 in cervical cancer tissues was much lower than that in the normal cervix. A xenograft assay showed that PRDM4 overexpression in the cervical cancer cell lines SiHa and HeLa dramatically inhibited cell proliferation and tumorigenic potential in vivo. Conversely, the silencing of PRDM4 promoted cervical cancer cell proliferation and tumorigenic potential. Mechanistically, PRDM4 induced cell cycle arrest at the transition from G0/G1 phase to S phase by upregulating p27 and p21 expression and downregulating Cyclin D1 and CDK4 expression. Furthermore, the PI3K/AKT signaling pathway was inactivated in PRDM4-overexpressing cells, which decreased the levels of p-AKT and upregulated the expression of PTEN, an inhibitor of the PI3K/AKT signaling pathway, at both the transcriptional and translational levels. Dual-luciferase reporter assays and qChIP assays confirmed that PRDM4 transactivated the expression of PTEN by binding to two specific regions in the PTEN promoter. Furthermore, PTEN silencing or a PTEN inhibitor rescued the cell defects induced by PRDM4 overexpression. Therefore, our data suggest that PRDM4 inhibits cell proliferation and tumorigenesis by downregulating the activity of the PI3K/AKT signaling pathway by directly transactivating PTEN expression in cervical cancer.

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GB/T 7714 Yang, Wen-Ting , Chen, Mei , Xu, Rui et al. PRDM4 inhibits cell proliferation and tumorigenesis by inactivating the PI3K/AKT signaling pathway through targeting of PTEN in cervical carcinoma [J]. | ONCOGENE , 2021 , 40 (18) : 3318-3330 .
MLA Yang, Wen-Ting et al. "PRDM4 inhibits cell proliferation and tumorigenesis by inactivating the PI3K/AKT signaling pathway through targeting of PTEN in cervical carcinoma" . | ONCOGENE 40 . 18 (2021) : 3318-3330 .
APA Yang, Wen-Ting , Chen, Mei , Xu, Rui , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . PRDM4 inhibits cell proliferation and tumorigenesis by inactivating the PI3K/AKT signaling pathway through targeting of PTEN in cervical carcinoma . | ONCOGENE , 2021 , 40 (18) , 3318-3330 .
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LGR6 activates the Wnt/beta-catenin signaling pathway and forms a beta-catenin/TCF7L2/LGR6 feedback loop in LGR6(high) cervical cancer stem cells SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 40 (42) , 6103-6114 | ONCOGENE
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The leucine-rich repeat-containing G-protein-coupled receptor 6 (LGR6) is considered to be a stem cell marker in many normal tissues and promotes tissue development, regeneration, and repair. LGR6 is also related to the initiation and progression of some malignant tumors. However, the role of LGR6 in cervical cancer has not been reported. Here, immunohistochemistry and western blotting showed that LGR6 was significantly upregulated in cervical cancer, compared with the normal cervix. By analyzing The Cancer Genome Atlas database, LGR6 was found to be correlated with a poor prognosis of cervical cancer. Then, a small population of LGR6(high) cells isolated by using the fluorescence-activated cell sorting exhibited enhanced properties of cancer stem cells including self-renewal, differentiation, and tumorigenicity. Moreover, RNA sequencing revealed that LGR6 was correlated with the Wnt signaling pathway and TOP/FOP, reverse transcription-PCR, and western blotting further proved that LGR6 could activate the Wnt/beta-catenin signaling pathway. Interestingly, LGR6 upregulated the expression of TCF7L2 by activating the Wnt/beta-catenin pathway. Then, TCF7L2 combining with beta-catenin in the nucleus enhanced LGR6 transcription by binding the promoter of LGR6, which further activated the Wnt signaling to form a positive feedback loop. Thus, our study demonstrated that LGR6 activated a novel beta-catenin/TCF7L2/LGR6-positive feedback loop in LGR6(high) cervical cancer stem cells (CSCs), which provided a new therapeutic strategy for targeting cervical CSCs to improve the prognosis of cervical cancer patients.

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GB/T 7714 Feng, Qian , Li, Shan , Ma, Hong-Mei et al. LGR6 activates the Wnt/beta-catenin signaling pathway and forms a beta-catenin/TCF7L2/LGR6 feedback loop in LGR6(high) cervical cancer stem cells [J]. | ONCOGENE , 2021 , 40 (42) : 6103-6114 .
MLA Feng, Qian et al. "LGR6 activates the Wnt/beta-catenin signaling pathway and forms a beta-catenin/TCF7L2/LGR6 feedback loop in LGR6(high) cervical cancer stem cells" . | ONCOGENE 40 . 42 (2021) : 6103-6114 .
APA Feng, Qian , Li, Shan , Ma, Hong-Mei , Yang, Wen-Ting , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . LGR6 activates the Wnt/beta-catenin signaling pathway and forms a beta-catenin/TCF7L2/LGR6 feedback loop in LGR6(high) cervical cancer stem cells . | ONCOGENE , 2021 , 40 (42) , 6103-6114 .
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Msi1 inhibits cervical cancer cell apoptosis by downregulating BAK through AKT signaling SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 12 (8) , 2422-2429 | JOURNAL OF CANCER
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Musashi-1 (Msi1) is an RNA binding protein that functions as a regulator in multiple carcinomas. Our previous study demonstrated that Msi1 could promote the proliferation of cervical cancer cells by targeting the cell cycle proteins P21, P27 and P53. However, the mechanisms by which Msi1 affects the survival of cervical cancer cells, such as apoptosis, are still unclear. In this study, we found that the expression of Msi1 inhibited cervical cancer cell apoptosis in vitro and in vivo. Furthermore, the expression of Msi1 downregulated the expression of PTEN, while AKT signaling was activated, which resulted in a reduction in the proapoptotic protein BAK. In addition, rescue the expression of BAK in Msi1 expressing cervical cancer cells induced the increase of apoptosis cells. These findings indicate that Msi1 regulates cervical cancer cell apoptosis by inhibiting PTEN and activating AKT signaling, which leads to the downregulation of BAK.

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AKT signaling apoptosis cervical cancer Msi1

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GB/T 7714 Liu, Xian , Zhang, Yanru , Zheng, PengSheng et al. Msi1 inhibits cervical cancer cell apoptosis by downregulating BAK through AKT signaling [J]. | JOURNAL OF CANCER , 2021 , 12 (8) : 2422-2429 .
MLA Liu, Xian et al. "Msi1 inhibits cervical cancer cell apoptosis by downregulating BAK through AKT signaling" . | JOURNAL OF CANCER 12 . 8 (2021) : 2422-2429 .
APA Liu, Xian , Zhang, Yanru , Zheng, PengSheng , Cui, Nan . Msi1 inhibits cervical cancer cell apoptosis by downregulating BAK through AKT signaling . | JOURNAL OF CANCER , 2021 , 12 (8) , 2422-2429 .
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Analysis of parental abnormal chromosomal karyotype and subsequent live births in Chinese couples with recurrent pregnancy loss SCIE PubMed
期刊论文 | 2021 , 11 (1) | SCIENTIFIC REPORTS
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The frequency and distribution of chromosomal abnormalities and the impact of parental chromosomal aberration on the pregnancy outcomes of couples with recurrent pregnancy loss remains controversial. 3235 RPL couples who experienced two or more miscarriages before 20 weeks were diagnosed in our tertiary referral hospital during 2008-2018 and included in the single-center retrospective cohort study covering a 10-year period. Chromosome aberration was detected in 121 (3.74%) among 3235 RPL couples which included 75 female and 46 male cases at an individual level. 101 cases were structural aberrations including balanced translocations in 46(38.0%) cases, Robertsonian translocations in 13(10.7%) cases, inversions in 42(34.7%) cases and 20(16.5%) cases were numerical aberrations. 121 carriers and 428 non-carriers were followed up for two years, 55 carriers and 229 non-carriers were subsequent pregnant after diagnosis by natural conception or intrauterine insemination. The frequency of carriers to have a health newborn was not significantly different with non-carriers (72.7% vs. 71.2%, adjusted P = 0.968). This study described the majority of carriers were balanced translocations and chromosome aberrations had a limited influence on live birth rate from the present data. The results of the study also remind us that natural conception may be also a good alternative rather than PGD (Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis) which is common in many other reproductive centers for such patients.

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GB/T 7714 Li, Shan , Chen, Mei , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . Analysis of parental abnormal chromosomal karyotype and subsequent live births in Chinese couples with recurrent pregnancy loss [J]. | SCIENTIFIC REPORTS , 2021 , 11 (1) .
MLA Li, Shan et al. "Analysis of parental abnormal chromosomal karyotype and subsequent live births in Chinese couples with recurrent pregnancy loss" . | SCIENTIFIC REPORTS 11 . 1 (2021) .
APA Li, Shan , Chen, Mei , Zheng, Peng-Sheng . Analysis of parental abnormal chromosomal karyotype and subsequent live births in Chinese couples with recurrent pregnancy loss . | SCIENTIFIC REPORTS , 2021 , 11 (1) .
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