Pengcheng Cui

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  • Ka Bian, Jing Fan, +11 authors Rui Zhang
  • FEBS letters
  • 2012
Previous studies have shown that miR-203 acts as a tumor-suppressive microRNA in various cancers, but its roles in laryngeal carcinoma are still contradicted. Here, we found that miR-203 inhibited the growth of laryngeal cancer cells and survivin was a direct target of miR-203. Moreover, silencing of survivin recapitulated the effect of miR-203 on cell(More)
OBJECTIVES To assess the possibility of cartilage tissue engineering using human mesenchymal stem cells (hMSCs) and to investigate the quantitative relationship between hMSCs and engineered cartilage. DESIGN Human mesenchymal stem cells were cultured, cryopreserved, and expanded in vitro. Surface antigens were detected by flow cytometry. In vitro(More)
Increasing evidence indicates that dysregulation of microRNAs is involved in tumor progression and development. The aim of this study was to investigate the expression of microRNA-24 (miR-24) and its function in laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma (LSCC). Quantitative RT-PCR (qRT-PCR) was used to detect miR-24 expression in LSCC cell lines and tissue samples.(More)
Decellularization techniques have been widely used as an alternative strategy for organ reconstruction. However, the compliance of tracheal or laryngeal tissues can be increased during the decellularization process, which might cause postoperative stenosis due to elimination of chondrocytes. The purpose of our study was to construct a decellularized, whole,(More)
The present study evaluates in rats the histomorphometrical thickness of fibrous capsules that surround hydroxyapatite (HA) disks after implantation. HA disks were implanted into the subcutaneous tissue of 79 rats for 1 day to 20 months. Decalcified histological sections stained with hematoxylin and eosin were examined. Fibrous capsule thickness (FCT) was(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the feasibility of generating cartilage tissues from human bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) cultured and induced in vitro using tissue engineering technique. METHODS Human bone marrow MSCs were isolated from the ribs of patients receiving chest surgeries and induced into cartilage cells in serum culture-free medium. The(More)
In the past 8 years, 45 patients with laryngotracheal stenosis have undergone reconstruction with the sternohyoid myocutaneous rotary door flap (RDF) technique at Tang Du Teaching Hospital in Xi'an, China. All patients were tracheostomy-dependent before reconstruction. Thirty-six patients had previously undergone 2 to 7 surgical procedures. Forty-one of the(More)
CONCLUSION Reseeding mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) into the decellularized laryngeal muscle matrix for construction of a tissue-engineered larynx is feasible. This in vivo maturation in the omentum could be the first step before in situ implantation of the construct. This construct could facilitate a tissue-engineered method for laryngeal reconstruction. (More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the outcomes of laryngotracheal reconstruction using thyroid alar cartilage grafting in adult patients with laryngotracheal stenosis. STUDY DESIGN Case series with chart review. SETTING Tertiary university hospital. SUBJECTS AND METHODS Twelve adults who underwent thyroid alar cartilage graft laryngotracheal reconstruction from(More)
CONCLUSIONS In the rabbit model, small intestinal submucosa (SIS) compounded with tissue-cultured allogenic cartilages appeared to be an efficacious method for the patch repair of partial circumferential tracheal defects instead of autologous grafts. SIS appears to be a safe and promising means of facilitating neovascularization and tissue regeneration. The(More)