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Conclusion: This study demonstrated that children with JIA had significantly lower levels of physical activity, energy expenditure, and functional ability during the COVID-19 pandemic than healthy controls. It has been revealed that patients with JIA who have low physical activity levels due to pain, fatigue and fear of avoiding movement are more inactive duege to inevitable reasons during the pandemic process. This result shows us that children need correct guidance to use the time they stay at home more efficiently in order to increase their physical activity level.

Results: IL-2 levels were lower than HC in all JIA subgroups. The polyarticular JIA group distinguished from the four different JIA subgroups, by having different co-IR pattern. In this specific subgroup, CTLA4, PD-1 and 4-1BB levels were higher than other groups. Polyarticular JIA is the more chronic and severe form of JIA, especially when compared to oligoarticular JIA.

Conclusion: At the site of inflammation, there is specific functional programming of human DCs, especially cDC2. Monocytes in particular seem to be the most pro-inflammatory, producing high levels of IL-6 and tumor necrosis factor alpha (TNF-a) and cDC2 also show a strong pro-inflammatory profile with high T cell activation capacity. In contrast, the enriched cDC1 remain relatively quiescent and seemingly unchanged under inflammatory conditions, pointing to a potentially more regulatory role.

Results: Children with eoJIA and pJIA, but not poJIA, had significantly increased serum levels of APRIL and BAFF when compared to controls. Furthermore, APRIL and BAFF serum levels were significantly correlated in JIA patients. No significant differences were detected in serum levels of other cytokines between all groups analyzed.

Results: A 7 yrs old Libyan female born to consanguineous parents, presented to our clinic as a referral from the GI clinic,with the complaint of having recurrent mouth and perianal ulcerations. The problem started at age of five, six months before presentation. With the appearance of the ulcerations about three/month, lasting for about a week and resolved spontaneously with no recognized trigger, the ulcers then started to involve other areas including the genitalia, behind ears, around umbilicus with discharging fluid/pus. Systemic review showed that these ulcers are not associated with fever, good general wellbeing, good appetite, no significant wt loss ( although her wt fall below 3rd centhile for age and sex) , arthralgia ( both knees/ no arthritis PGALS was normal), skin rash follicular/postular involving pressure areas initially then progressed to involve the face, no nail nor hair changes, she had H/O recurrent URTI and skin infections that were managed with local Rx as they appear, also H/O constipation initially that then progressed to altered bowel habit. F/H her grandmother know case of IDDM & RA. The girl was approached with the DD of BD, IBD, SLE, FMF, hyper IgD and Haploinsufficiency of A20. Her blood tests showed: CBC WBC 10.2 ( 5.11 neutro, 4.39 lympho, 0.58 mono, EO 0.10), Hgb 11.9 g/dl, PLT 477+. ESR 107, 70, 78 ( always high). CRP never been +ve, LDH 369, Ferretine 16.37 ( low ), urine for Pr:Cr ratio N, ALT 10, AST 23, Bil 0.3, serology : viral screen negative, Immunoglobuline assay IgA, IgE, IgD, IgG, IgM all within normal levels, ENA screen 7.3 ( > 1.2 +ve), ANA, ds DNA, p-ANCA and c-ANCA all negative, EBV serology negative, TTG negative. Vitamin B12 normal level, Zinc serum level normal, S Amyloid normal. Molecular genetic analysis of the MEFV and MVK gene came with no significant pathologic variant detected, HLA B51 positive. She had an upper and lower GI endoscopy done for her with an ilial biopsy taken all came normal with no abnormality. U/S abdomen also normal. Ophthalmological examination Normal no uveitis. Furthermore complement level ( C1-C9 &C50 levels), T cell function assessment ( CD4,CD8 level & ratio, CD 18, CD 45 & CD56 ), immunoglobuline response for vaccination ( anti tetanus and diphtheria IgG levels) neutrophils function ( DHR flow cytometry ), genetic testing ( TNF AIP3 gene mutation +/- WES), biopsy from the ulcers for histopathology but unfortunately due to lack of resources and lack of financial support these test are not done yet.she is on colchicine tab 1mg once daily, local steroids for mouth and genital ulcers and systemic steroids has been used for short courses with no much improvement, Azathioprine has been added waiting for the response, she is also on oral hygiene care and septrine as prophylactic Abx.

Results: In our cohort, we enrolled 122 (40.2% female) patients suspected of AID. The median age at symptom onset was 23 months (range 0.1-180). Gene panel provided a definite or probable disease-causing variant in 26 of 122 patients (21.3%). These patients were diagnosed with: FMF (n=12), HIDS (n=8), CAPS (n=1), TRAPS (n=1), Blau syndrome (n=1), PAPA (n=1), DADA-2 (n=1), NLRC3-related disease (n=1). Of the panel negative patients, 14 were fulfilling Eurofever criteria for autoinflammatory recurrent fevers. Male gender (76.9% vs. 55.2%; p=0.046) and diarrhea (38.5% vs. 19.8%; p=0.048) were more prevalent and the median CRP levels during disease flares were higher (12.8 vs. 6.39 mg/dl; p=0.009) among panel positive patients than panel negative patients (Table 1). The cut-off CRP value that discriminated best between panel positive and panel negative patients was >6 mg/dl (sensitivity 72%; specificity 50%).

Results: We prospectively enrolled 42 patients (14 RPs and 28 RPi). The distribution by gender and age was similar in the two groups (M / F 1: 1; age of onset: 15 years (IQR 13-17). The PRs compared to the PRi had significantly higher levels of leukocytes, neutrophils and CRP (p

The issues discussed above constitute inherent characteristics of analysis that integrate global data sets from different sources, as discussed by several authors [6, 27, 56, 68, 74]. Despite these common uncertainties and limitations, we are confident that our results present improved first order estimates of the population development and exposure of land and people in coastal regions. These estimates can provide a reliable basis for exploring and comparing future development trends and pathways at regional, continental and global levels. However, we also see scope for improvement regarding the differential projection of urban and non-urban population in the coastal zone. The use of dynamic spatial models of land-use change in the analysis would allow for explicit consideration of the expansive dimension of urban growth and the spatial transitions between different land use categories. Such a model could then be combined with more detailed scenarios and country-specific coastal correction factors to spatially differentiate between urban growth in density, urban expansion including peri-urbanisation and rural population change.

Introduction of lethal chromosomal damage (in the case of photon radiation mainly DNA double-strand breaks) is considered to be the major cause of radiation-induced cell death. Accordingly, differences in the abundance and/or the functionality of proteins involved in DNA damage repair mechanisms can lead to more or less radioresistant phenotypes [9,10,11,12]. We utilized low-density qRT-PCR profiling to examine the mRNA expression levels of key regulators of DNA double-strand break repair (Supplementary Fig. 1A). Unsupervised hierarchical clustering and PCA of the mRNA expression data separated the cell line panel into two main clusters: UPCISCC 040 and Cal 27 cells (both HPV-negative and rather radioresistant) vs. a second cluster comprising an HPV-negative and an HPV-positive subcluster (Supplementary Fig. 1A, B). These findings are in line with previous reports showing that HPV-positive cell lines show a higher degree of radiosensitivity due to impaired DNA double-strand break repair [13]. Moreover, these results encourage therapy concepts with definitive radiotherapy (without prior surgery) for HPV-positive pharyngeal HNSCC where surgery may be extremely amputating [14].

Abstract:(1) Background: With new potential drug targets emerging, combination therapies appear attractive to treat non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) and fibrosis. Chemokine receptor CCR2/5 antagonists can improve fibrosis by reducing monocyte infiltration and altering hepatic macrophage subsets. Fibroblast growth factor 21 (FGF21) may improve NASH by modulating lipid and glucose metabolism. We compared effects of single drug to combination treatment as therapeutic strategies against NASH. (2) Methods: We analyzed serum samples and liver biopsies from 85 nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) patients. A CCR2/5 inhibitor (BMS-687681-02-020) and a pegylated FGF21 agonist (BMS-986171) were tested in male C57BL/6J mice subjected to dietary models of NASH and fibrosis (choline-deficient, L-amino acid-defined, high-fat diet (CDAHFD) up to 12 weeks; short- (2w) or long-term (6w) treatment). (3) Results: In NAFLD patients, chemokine CCL2 and FGF21 serum levels correlated with inflammatory serum markers, only CCL2 was significantly associated with advanced liver fibrosis. In rodent NASH, CCR2/5 inhibition significantly reduced circulating Ly6C+ monocytes and hepatic monocyte-derived macrophages, alongside reduced hepatic inflammation and fibrosis. FGF21 agonism decreased body weight, liver triglycerides and histological NASH activity. Combination treatment reflected aspects of both compounds upon short- and long-term application, thereby amplifying beneficial effects on all aspects of steatohepatitis and fibrosis. (4) Conclusions: CCR2/5 inhibition blocks hepatic infiltration of inflammatory monocytes, FGF21 agonism improves obesity-related metabolic disorders. Combined therapy ameliorates steatohepatitis and fibrosis more potently than single drug treatment in rodent NASH, corroborating the therapeutic potential of combining these two approaches in NASH patients.Keywords: macrophages; monocytes; treatment strategies; chemokines; inflammation; fibroblast growth factor (FGF); nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH); fibrosis; nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD); metabolism


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