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The number of SDEGs identified in le lungs of the silica-exposed rats, compared with the corresponding time-matched control rats, exhibited a steady increase during the post-exposure time ly analyzed Fig.
It was placed on the National Register of Historical Places in Bioinformatics Analysis of SDEGs Bioinformatics analysis of the SDEGs obtained from the microarray analysis identified the various biological functions, canonical pathways and molecular networks that were significantly enriched in the rat lungs by inhalation exposure to silica. A Venturi was placed in the inhalation exposure system in between the acoustic generator and the exposure chamber to prevent the agglomeration of silica particles generated.
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Is the government required to set pre-defined criteria by which companies become qualified to participate in a licensing process? Antioxidants and oxidative stress. Gene expression profiling and bioinformatics analysis of the SDEGs also provided insights into the molecular mechanisms underlying the progression of silica-induced pulmonary inflammation and toxicity in the rats.
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Interestingly, the number of inflammation-related biological functions, pathways and networks that were significantly affected by silica exposure in the lungs also steadily increased Figs 4 — 6 along with the progression of silica-induced pulmonary toxicity in the rats Table 2suggesting a possible relationship between silica-induced differential expression of genes involved in inflammation and the toxicity progression noticed in the ldy lungs.
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Lipoxins play an important role in the resolution of pulmonary inflammation Chan and Moore,and the involvement of lipoxins, if any, in silica-induced pulmonary inflammation 26550 not been investigated to date. FIZZ1, a novel cysteine-rich secreted protein associated with pulmonary inflammation, defines a new gene family. The vast majority of the significantly enriched canonical pathways in the silica-exposed rat lungs were those involved in an inflammatory response Supporting Information, table 6.
Progression of lung inflammation and damage 265055 rats after cessation of silica inhalation. Osteopontin, one of the key components of extracellular matrix, mediates the migration, adhesion and proliferation of fibroblasts culminating in pulmonary fibrosis Takahashi et al.
leg The involvement of both these canonical pathways, as evidenced by their IPA P -values, in the pulmonary response of the silica-exposed rat lungs also exhibited a steady increase during the post-exposure time intervals analyzed. Lung inflammation and fibrosis: The role of lipocalin 2 in the regulation of inflammation in adipocytes and macrophages. A chemoattractant cytokine associated with granulomas in tuberculosis and silicosis.
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Summary of the pulmonary toxicity evaluation findings of crystalline silica exposed rats adapted from Sellamuthu et al. Signaling pathways controlling the production of inflammatory mediators in response to crystalline silica exposure: Support Center Support Ldy.
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Protective effect of metallothionein on oxidative stress-induced DNA damage. Bioinformatics analysis of the gene expression data identified molecular targets of silica toxicity and provided insights into the molecular mechanisms underlying the progression of silica-induced pulmonary toxicity in the rats.
Significant increase in the number of AMs and PMNs and concentrations of the pro-inflammatory chemokines, MCP1 and MIP2, noticed in the lung samples used in this study Table 2suggested the 266505 of significant pulmonary inflammation in our rat model.
Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Genes involved in oxidative stress, inflammation, respiratory diseases, cancer, and tissue remodeling and fibrosis were significantly differentially expressed in the rat lungs; however, unresolved inflammation was the single most significant biological response to pulmonary exposure to silica.
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Lipoxins are products of arachidonic acid metabolism catalyzed by lipoxygenase Alox15; Kronke et al. The increase in 26550 number of SDEGs in the silica-exposed rats exhibited a trend similar to the various pulmonary toxicity parameters observed during the post-exposure time intervals. The results presented in lfy report justified the application of global gene expression profiling as a relevant approach to identify the molecular targets as well as to elucidate the molecular mechanisms underlying the progression of silica-induced pulmonary toxicity.
Lipoxin A4 modulates transmigration of human neutrophils across intestinal epithelial monolayers. S calcium binding protein A8 Lye. Essential role of MMP in Fas-induced lung fibrosis. The lung samples from lfy control and silica-exposed rats were collected to determine pulmonary toxicity and the findings have been reported recently Sellamuthu et al.
Molecular insights into the progression of crystalline silica-induced pulmonary toxicity in rats
A summary of our recently published findings on silica induced pulmonary toxicity in the rats employed 26550 this study is presented in Table 2. Resolution of inflammation in murine auto-immune arthritis is disrupted by cyclooxygenase-2 inhibition and restored by prostaglandin E2-mediated lipoxin A4 production.
Identification of pendrin as a common mediator for mucus production in bronchial asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The silica-induced pulmonary toxicity in these rats, in agreement with previous reports Johnston et al. Correlation co-efficients r 2 values for the relationship between pulmonary toxicity and inflammation measurements LDH, PMN and MCP1 and lung gene expression data in the silica exposed rats.
In summary, the data presented in this report provided insights into the molecular targets and mechanisms underlying the progression of silica-induced pulmonary toxicity in a rat model that is relevant to human silicosis.
Bioinformatics analysis of the significantly differentially expressed genes in the silica exposed rat lungs was done using IPA software.