14 research outputs found

    Nickel-Doped Ultrathin K‑Birnessite Manganese Oxide Nanosheet As Pseudocapacitor Electrode with Excellent Cycling Stability for High-Power Pesudocapacitors

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    We herein report a kind of nickel-doped ultrathin δ-MnO<sub>2</sub> nanosheets prepared using a facile chemical bath deposition method. The obtained δ-MnO<sub>2</sub> materials have 2D ultrathin nanosheet structures with a few atomic layers. Electrochemical measurements indicate that an appropriate amount of nickel doping can remarkably improve the specific capacitance of the δ-MnO<sub>2</sub> and that 1.0 mol % nickel-doped δ-MnO<sub>2</sub> nanosheets display the best specific capacitance of 337.9 F g<sup>–1</sup> at 1 A g<sup>–1</sup>. The specific capacitance can maintain at 158 F g<sup>–1</sup> even as the current density increases to 20 A g<sup>–1</sup>, demonstrating that the electrode material possesses good rate performance. In addition, the discharge capacity fading from 160.9 to 158.8 F g<sup>–1</sup> is slight after 4000 cycles, and the corresponding capacitance retention is as high as 98.6%. The good rate capacity and stability of the δ-MnO<sub>2</sub> nanosheets can be attributed to the ultrathin structure of a few atomic layers which provides large surface areas and lots of reactive active sites. Moreover, the appropriate amount of nickel ion doping at atomic level improves the conductivity of the δ-MnO<sub>2</sub> material

    DataSheet2_Prognostic value of long non-coding RNA MALAT1 in hepatocellular carcinoma: A study based on multi-omics analysis and RT-PCR validation.CSV

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    Background: This study aimed to explore the relationship between MALAT1 and the prognosis of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).Methods: We constructed a MALAT1 protein-protein interaction network using the STRING database and a network of competing endogenous RNAs (ceRNAs) using the StarBase database. Using data from the GEPIA2 database, we studied the association between genes in these networks and survival of patients with HCC. The potential mechanisms underlying the relationship between MALAT1 and HCC prognosis were studied using combined data from RNA sequencing, DNA methylation, and somatic mutation data from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) liver cancer cohort. Tumor tissues and 19 paired adjacent non-tumor tissues (PANTs) from HCC patients who underwent radical resection were analyzed for MALAT1 mRNA levels using real-time PCR, and associations of MALAT1 expression with clinicopathological features or prognosis of patients were analyzed using log-rank test and Gehan-Breslow-Wilcoxon test.Results: Five interacting proteins and five target genes of MALAT1 in the ceRNA network significantly correlated with poor survival of patients with HCC (p Conclusion:MALAT1 is overexpressed in HCC, and higher expression is associated with worse prognosis. MALAT1 mRNA level may serve as a prognostic marker for patients with HCC after hepatectomy.</p

    DataSheet1_Prognostic value of long non-coding RNA MALAT1 in hepatocellular carcinoma: A study based on multi-omics analysis and RT-PCR validation.CSV

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    Background: This study aimed to explore the relationship between MALAT1 and the prognosis of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).Methods: We constructed a MALAT1 protein-protein interaction network using the STRING database and a network of competing endogenous RNAs (ceRNAs) using the StarBase database. Using data from the GEPIA2 database, we studied the association between genes in these networks and survival of patients with HCC. The potential mechanisms underlying the relationship between MALAT1 and HCC prognosis were studied using combined data from RNA sequencing, DNA methylation, and somatic mutation data from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) liver cancer cohort. Tumor tissues and 19 paired adjacent non-tumor tissues (PANTs) from HCC patients who underwent radical resection were analyzed for MALAT1 mRNA levels using real-time PCR, and associations of MALAT1 expression with clinicopathological features or prognosis of patients were analyzed using log-rank test and Gehan-Breslow-Wilcoxon test.Results: Five interacting proteins and five target genes of MALAT1 in the ceRNA network significantly correlated with poor survival of patients with HCC (p Conclusion:MALAT1 is overexpressed in HCC, and higher expression is associated with worse prognosis. MALAT1 mRNA level may serve as a prognostic marker for patients with HCC after hepatectomy.</p

    Image1_Prognostic value of long non-coding RNA MALAT1 in hepatocellular carcinoma: A study based on multi-omics analysis and RT-PCR validation.JPEG

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    Background: This study aimed to explore the relationship between MALAT1 and the prognosis of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).Methods: We constructed a MALAT1 protein-protein interaction network using the STRING database and a network of competing endogenous RNAs (ceRNAs) using the StarBase database. Using data from the GEPIA2 database, we studied the association between genes in these networks and survival of patients with HCC. The potential mechanisms underlying the relationship between MALAT1 and HCC prognosis were studied using combined data from RNA sequencing, DNA methylation, and somatic mutation data from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) liver cancer cohort. Tumor tissues and 19 paired adjacent non-tumor tissues (PANTs) from HCC patients who underwent radical resection were analyzed for MALAT1 mRNA levels using real-time PCR, and associations of MALAT1 expression with clinicopathological features or prognosis of patients were analyzed using log-rank test and Gehan-Breslow-Wilcoxon test.Results: Five interacting proteins and five target genes of MALAT1 in the ceRNA network significantly correlated with poor survival of patients with HCC (p Conclusion:MALAT1 is overexpressed in HCC, and higher expression is associated with worse prognosis. MALAT1 mRNA level may serve as a prognostic marker for patients with HCC after hepatectomy.</p

    Image5_Prognostic value of long non-coding RNA MALAT1 in hepatocellular carcinoma: A study based on multi-omics analysis and RT-PCR validation.JPEG

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    Background: This study aimed to explore the relationship between MALAT1 and the prognosis of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).Methods: We constructed a MALAT1 protein-protein interaction network using the STRING database and a network of competing endogenous RNAs (ceRNAs) using the StarBase database. Using data from the GEPIA2 database, we studied the association between genes in these networks and survival of patients with HCC. The potential mechanisms underlying the relationship between MALAT1 and HCC prognosis were studied using combined data from RNA sequencing, DNA methylation, and somatic mutation data from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) liver cancer cohort. Tumor tissues and 19 paired adjacent non-tumor tissues (PANTs) from HCC patients who underwent radical resection were analyzed for MALAT1 mRNA levels using real-time PCR, and associations of MALAT1 expression with clinicopathological features or prognosis of patients were analyzed using log-rank test and Gehan-Breslow-Wilcoxon test.Results: Five interacting proteins and five target genes of MALAT1 in the ceRNA network significantly correlated with poor survival of patients with HCC (p Conclusion:MALAT1 is overexpressed in HCC, and higher expression is associated with worse prognosis. MALAT1 mRNA level may serve as a prognostic marker for patients with HCC after hepatectomy.</p

    Image4_Prognostic value of long non-coding RNA MALAT1 in hepatocellular carcinoma: A study based on multi-omics analysis and RT-PCR validation.JPEG

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    Background: This study aimed to explore the relationship between MALAT1 and the prognosis of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).Methods: We constructed a MALAT1 protein-protein interaction network using the STRING database and a network of competing endogenous RNAs (ceRNAs) using the StarBase database. Using data from the GEPIA2 database, we studied the association between genes in these networks and survival of patients with HCC. The potential mechanisms underlying the relationship between MALAT1 and HCC prognosis were studied using combined data from RNA sequencing, DNA methylation, and somatic mutation data from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) liver cancer cohort. Tumor tissues and 19 paired adjacent non-tumor tissues (PANTs) from HCC patients who underwent radical resection were analyzed for MALAT1 mRNA levels using real-time PCR, and associations of MALAT1 expression with clinicopathological features or prognosis of patients were analyzed using log-rank test and Gehan-Breslow-Wilcoxon test.Results: Five interacting proteins and five target genes of MALAT1 in the ceRNA network significantly correlated with poor survival of patients with HCC (p Conclusion:MALAT1 is overexpressed in HCC, and higher expression is associated with worse prognosis. MALAT1 mRNA level may serve as a prognostic marker for patients with HCC after hepatectomy.</p

    Image3_Prognostic value of long non-coding RNA MALAT1 in hepatocellular carcinoma: A study based on multi-omics analysis and RT-PCR validation.JPEG

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    Background: This study aimed to explore the relationship between MALAT1 and the prognosis of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).Methods: We constructed a MALAT1 protein-protein interaction network using the STRING database and a network of competing endogenous RNAs (ceRNAs) using the StarBase database. Using data from the GEPIA2 database, we studied the association between genes in these networks and survival of patients with HCC. The potential mechanisms underlying the relationship between MALAT1 and HCC prognosis were studied using combined data from RNA sequencing, DNA methylation, and somatic mutation data from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) liver cancer cohort. Tumor tissues and 19 paired adjacent non-tumor tissues (PANTs) from HCC patients who underwent radical resection were analyzed for MALAT1 mRNA levels using real-time PCR, and associations of MALAT1 expression with clinicopathological features or prognosis of patients were analyzed using log-rank test and Gehan-Breslow-Wilcoxon test.Results: Five interacting proteins and five target genes of MALAT1 in the ceRNA network significantly correlated with poor survival of patients with HCC (p Conclusion:MALAT1 is overexpressed in HCC, and higher expression is associated with worse prognosis. MALAT1 mRNA level may serve as a prognostic marker for patients with HCC after hepatectomy.</p

    Image2_Prognostic value of long non-coding RNA MALAT1 in hepatocellular carcinoma: A study based on multi-omics analysis and RT-PCR validation.JPEG

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    Background: This study aimed to explore the relationship between MALAT1 and the prognosis of patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).Methods: We constructed a MALAT1 protein-protein interaction network using the STRING database and a network of competing endogenous RNAs (ceRNAs) using the StarBase database. Using data from the GEPIA2 database, we studied the association between genes in these networks and survival of patients with HCC. The potential mechanisms underlying the relationship between MALAT1 and HCC prognosis were studied using combined data from RNA sequencing, DNA methylation, and somatic mutation data from The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) liver cancer cohort. Tumor tissues and 19 paired adjacent non-tumor tissues (PANTs) from HCC patients who underwent radical resection were analyzed for MALAT1 mRNA levels using real-time PCR, and associations of MALAT1 expression with clinicopathological features or prognosis of patients were analyzed using log-rank test and Gehan-Breslow-Wilcoxon test.Results: Five interacting proteins and five target genes of MALAT1 in the ceRNA network significantly correlated with poor survival of patients with HCC (p Conclusion:MALAT1 is overexpressed in HCC, and higher expression is associated with worse prognosis. MALAT1 mRNA level may serve as a prognostic marker for patients with HCC after hepatectomy.</p

    Table1_Efficacy and safety of stem cell therapy in cerebral palsy: A systematic review and meta-analysis.DOCX

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    Aim: Although the efficacy and safety of stem cell therapy for cerebral palsy has been demonstrated in previous studies, the number of studies is limited and the treatment protocols of these studies lack consistency. Therefore, we included all relevant studies to date to explore factors that might influence the effectiveness of treatment based on the determination of safety and efficacy.Methods: The data source includes PubMed/Medline, Web of Science, EMBASE, Cochrane Library, from inception to 2 January 2022. Literature was screened according to the PICOS principle, followed by literature quality evaluation to assess the risk of bias. Finally, the outcome indicators of each study were extracted for combined analysis.Results: 9 studies were included in the current analysis. The results of the pooled analysis showed that the improvements in both primary and secondary indicators except for Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development were more skewed towards stem cell therapy than the control group. In the subgroup analysis, the results showed that stem cell therapy significantly increased Gross Motor Function Measure (GMFM) scores of 3, 6, and 12 months. Besides, improvements in GMFM scores were more skewed toward umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells, low dose, and intrathecal injection. Importantly, there was no significant difference in the adverse events (RR = 1.13; 95% CI = [0.90, 1.42]) between the stem cell group and the control group.Conclusion: The results suggested that stem cell therapy for cerebral palsy was safe and effective. Although the subgroup analysis results presented guiding significance in the selection of clinical protocols for stem cell therapy, high-quality RCTs validations are still needed.</p

    Image1_Efficacy and safety of stem cell therapy in cerebral palsy: A systematic review and meta-analysis.TIF

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    Aim: Although the efficacy and safety of stem cell therapy for cerebral palsy has been demonstrated in previous studies, the number of studies is limited and the treatment protocols of these studies lack consistency. Therefore, we included all relevant studies to date to explore factors that might influence the effectiveness of treatment based on the determination of safety and efficacy.Methods: The data source includes PubMed/Medline, Web of Science, EMBASE, Cochrane Library, from inception to 2 January 2022. Literature was screened according to the PICOS principle, followed by literature quality evaluation to assess the risk of bias. Finally, the outcome indicators of each study were extracted for combined analysis.Results: 9 studies were included in the current analysis. The results of the pooled analysis showed that the improvements in both primary and secondary indicators except for Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development were more skewed towards stem cell therapy than the control group. In the subgroup analysis, the results showed that stem cell therapy significantly increased Gross Motor Function Measure (GMFM) scores of 3, 6, and 12 months. Besides, improvements in GMFM scores were more skewed toward umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells, low dose, and intrathecal injection. Importantly, there was no significant difference in the adverse events (RR = 1.13; 95% CI = [0.90, 1.42]) between the stem cell group and the control group.Conclusion: The results suggested that stem cell therapy for cerebral palsy was safe and effective. Although the subgroup analysis results presented guiding significance in the selection of clinical protocols for stem cell therapy, high-quality RCTs validations are still needed.</p
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