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Prostate cancer is the most common non-cutaneous cancer among men; yet, current diagnostic methods are insufficient, and more reliable diagnostic markers need to be developed. One answer that can bridge this gap may lie in microRNAs. These small RNA molecules impact protein expression at the translational level, regulating important cellular pathways, the dysregulation of which can exert tumorigenic effects contributing to cancer. In this study, high throughput sequencing of small RNAs extracted from blood from 28 prostate cancer patients at initial stages of diagnosis and prior to treatment was used to identify microRNAs that could be utilized as diagnostic biomarkers for prostate cancer compared to 12 healthy controls. In addition, a group of four microRNAs (miR-1468-3p, miR-146a-5p, miR-1538 and miR-197-3p) was identified as normalization standards for subsequent qRT-PCR confirmation. qRT-PCR analysis corroborated microRNA sequencing results for the seven top dysregulated microRNAs. The abundance of four microRNAs (miR-127-3p, miR-204-5p, miR-329-3p and miR-487b-3p) was upregulated in blood, whereas the levels of three microRNAs (miR-32-5p, miR-20a-5p and miR-454-3p) were downregulated. Data analysis of the receiver operating curves for these selected microRNAs exhibited a better correlation with prostate cancer than PSA (prostate-specific antigen), the current gold standard for prostate cancer detection. In summary, a panel of seven microRNAs is proposed, many of which have prostate-specific targets, which may represent a significant improvement over current testing methods.
microRNA, high throughput RNA sequencing, small RNA sequencing, qRT-PCR, prostate cancer, PSA
A Panel of MicroRNAs as Diagnostic Biomarkers for the Identification of Prostate Cancer
Rhonda Daniel,1,† Qianni Wu,1,† Vernell Williams,2 Gene Clark,1 Georgi Guruli,3 and Zendra Zehner1,*
The synthesis and structural properties of a series of chromium tricarbonyl ‘piano-stool’ complexes bearing substituted pentafulvene ligands were studied. The complexes, tricarbonyl(1,3,6-triphenylfulvene)chromium(0) benzene hemisolvate, [Cr(C24H18)(CO)3]·0.5C6H6 (I), tricarbonyl[1,3-diphenyl-6-(3-vinylphenyl)fulvene]chromium(0), [Cr(C26H20)(CO)3] (II), and tricarbonyl[1,3-diphenyl-6-(pyren-1-yl)fulvene]chromium(0), [Cr(C34H22)(CO)3] (III), each have a distorted octahedral geometry, with the fulvene coordinated in a π-η2:π-η2:π-η2 fashion. Significant deviation of the exocyclic fulvene double bond from the cyclopentadiene plane accompanies coordination. Evidence of non-covalent π-π interactions was observed in both (I) and (III), with centroid-to-centroid distances ranging from 3.330 (8) to 3.494 (8) a.
crystal structure, pentafulvene, chromium, piano stool, π-π interactions
Coordination complexes of chromium(0) with a series of 1,3-diphenyl-6-arylfulvenes
Andrew J. Peloquin,a Madelyn B. Smith,a Bryce J. O’Connell,a Kamran B. Ghiassi,b Gary J. Balaich,a and Scott T. Iaconoa,*
2018 Sep 1;
We sought to investigate how increases in alcohol taxation and changes in alcohol consumption were associated with the incidence rate of fatal traumatic brain injuries (TBI) in Finland during the years 2004-2016. Nationwide, mandatory cause of death database covering all deaths in Finland was searched for all deaths related to TBIs (ICD-10: S06.X) in persons ≥16 years of age during 2004-2016. Study period included 28,657,870 person-years and 325,514 deaths of which 12,110 were TBI-related. Occurrence rates were standardized to European 2013 standard population. Data for alcohol consumption were obtained from the National Institute for Health and Welfare and for alcohol taxation from Ministry of Finance, Finland. Standardized incidence rate of TBI-related death was 22.0 (95% CI 21.61-22.38) per 100,000 person-years. Overall alcohol consumption decreased on average by 1.2% annually. Concurrently, the overall incidence rate of fatal TBIs decreased by 4.1% annually (by 4.3% in men and 2.4% in women). There was an association between overall alcohol consumption and TBI-related mortality rate (p < 0.001). Tax-rate increases of all beverage types were associated with decreased incidence rate of TBI-related death in men (p < 0.001), in women (p < 0.036) and overall (p < 0.001). In this population-based study, we report that during 13 years of successive alcohol tax increases, overall alcohol consumption has decreased in parallel with a reduction in the incidence rate of fatal TBIs in Finland.
Fatal traumatic brain injuries during 13 years of successive alcohol tax increases in Finland - a nationwide population-based registry study
Jussi P. Posti,corresponding author1 Matti Sankinen,2 Jussi O. T. Sipila,3,4 Jori O. Ruuskanen,3 Jaakko Rinne,2 Paivi Rautava,5,7 and Ville Kyto6,8