Jixin Yang

Yinrong Qiu2
Shuaiyu Zheng2
Jiexiong Feng2
2Yinrong Qiu
2Shuaiyu Zheng
2Jiexiong Feng
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Recent studies show that NK cells play important roles in murine biliary atresia (BA), and a temporary immunological gap exists in this disease. In this study, we found high-mobility group box-1 (HMGB1) and TLRs were overexpressed in human and rotavirus-induced murine BA. The overexpressed HMGB1 released from the nuclei of rotavirus-infected cholangiocytes,(More)
Biliary atresia is a common disease in neonates which causes obstructive jaundice and progressive hepatic fibrosis. Our previous studies indicate that rotavirus infection is an initiator in the pathogenesis of experimental biliary atresia (BA) through the induction of increased nuclear factor-kappaB and abnormal activation of the osteopontin inflammation(More)
Intestinal dysmotility following human necrotizing enterocolitis suggests that the enteric nervous system is injured during the disease. We examined human intestinal specimens to characterize the enteric nervous system injury that occurs in necrotizing enterocolitis, and then used an animal model of experimental necrotizing enterocolitis to determine(More)
An isoform of the 14-3-3 protein family, 14-3-3θ has been linked with tumor cell proliferation and apoptosis. However, the role of 14-3-3θ in the progression of breast cancer remains unknown. Here, we report that 14-3-3θ plays a critical role in breast cancer metastasis and prognosis. The expression of 14-3-3θ was markedly higher in breast cancer tissues(More)
Neuroblastoma (NB), an embryonal tumor derived from the neural crest, originates from sympathetic nerve system, manifests as thoracic, paraspinous or abdominal tumors, and metastases to bone in high-risk cases. Although NB stands as the most common solid tumor in early childhood and accounts for about 15 % of total pediatric cancer death, there has been(More)
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