Q Chen A / Y Wang (@5.5) vs M Kawamura / F Kozaki (@1.12)

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Wang, Y. Li, H.J. Gong, S.B., Bhaskaran, Y. Huang, H. Wang, X.S. Zhang, Z.Y. 52. Pisano, L.F. Makihata, Y.X. Zhang,Z.L. Hu, L. Zhang, Z.N. Monitoring of the Central Blood Pressure Waveform via a Conformal Ultrasonic Device [pdf]C.H. Zhang, Q.F. Huang, M.Y. Chen, A.P. Chen, C.F. Lei, Y.M. Lin, Z.R. Li, T.J. Gu, M. Zhouand S. Guo, Y.S. Yin, B.

Certain regional diets, such as the Mediterranean style diet, have been shown to decrease DNA damage in men with prostate cancer 1, 2. While there have been numerous breakthroughs in the treatment of certain cancers, there still remains great scope for further development. Furthermore, such diets often regulate these pathways through modulation of miRNA expression 3. The DNA damage response is relevant as although many cancer pathways act synergistically and result in cancer development and/or progression, certain key pathways can act as important targets for prevention as well as treatment. Despite decades of research, cancer continues to be one of the most prevalent diseases worldwide. The mechanisms of action of a healthy diet in preventing, and in some cases halting progression of lifestyle related cancers, have garnered much interest.

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Kim, C.F. Wang, L. Hu, C.H. Lei, N.H. Chen, T.J. Zhang, W.X. Li, Y.S. Ward, A. Li, H.J. Hao, Y. Nomoto, T.S. Pisano, Y. Huang, Y.F. Wang, A. Three-Dimensional Integrated Stretchable Electronics [pdf]Z.L. Pan, Y. Linand S. Durstock, A. Maralani, X.S. 51. Zhang, J.W. Li, M.F. Gu, Y.M.

Self-Assembled Three Dimensional Network Designs for Soft Electronics [pdf]K.-I. Li, H.U. Jang, K. Lee, B.H. Yang, A. Kim, J.-H. Lee, Y. Yu, B.J. Jeong, Y.M Song, Y. Kim, J. Jung, J. Song, C. Chung, S. Kim, H. Xu, H.N. Huang, Y. Jang, K.J. Kim, J.W. Lee, J.-W. Liu, J.Y. Yu, J. 46. Kwak, H.H. Zhang and J.A. Wang, Z. Yang, J.W. Jung, Y.

We aimed to effectively evaluate the strength of evidence from the available literature regarding the usefulness of dietary bioactives whilst, simultaneously demonstrating the features of the DIANA software and its ability to synergistically strengthen data from the literature. To conclude, dietary bioactives modulate miRNA which in turn have effects on cancer development and progression. Rather than seeking a needle in a haystack, we liken the use of DIANA software together with Tarbase, as dramatically reducing the size of the miRNA pool to be investigated, to something more manageable from a logistical and financial point of view. Such evidence sourced from experimentally supported interactions as seen in Tarbase v7.0, implies that we can be relatively confident, keeping the limitations in mind, that the information provided can be applied in the laboratory to investigate diet-miRNA interactions in the context of cancers.

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MiRNAs are small non-coding RNAs which regulate gene expression post-transcriptionally. In cancer, miRNAs influence the function of either tumour suppressor or oncogenes, and chromosomal rearrangements, genomic amplifications, deletions and mutations have been attributed to the over-activation or inactivation of their function 5. Importantly, miRNAs serve as unique modulators to the heterogeneous and complex nature of cancer by the simultaneous targeting of multiple genes 4, 5, 6. This insight is important as current treatments look to target specific genes or pathways which vastly restrict their therapeutic potential. Therefore, there is a need to develop approaches which will modulate miRNAs and in turn will allow us to regulate the expression of multiple genes. They have been shown to regulate cell growth, differentiation and apoptosis 4.

Chuang, T.-I. 27. Jia, J. Paik and J.A. Braun, Y.G. Fan, Y.W. Kang, C. Zhang, H.Y. Stretchable Batteries with Self-Similar Serpentine Interconnects and Integrated Wireless Recharging Systems [pdf] [demovideo] S. Su, J. Zhang, J. Huang, U. Xu, Y.H. Petrov, P.V. Su, H.G. Lee, X. Huang, L. Yu, C. Cheng, B.W. Dagdeviren, I. Shigeta, S. Cho, J.H. Kim, T. Song, K. Lu, C.J.

Essentially the software allows the generation of miRNA supersets and analyses the additive effects of different miRNA in various molecular pathways. Thereafter we proceeded to input the lists of miRNA modulated for each bioactive into the DIANA-mirPath v3.0 software 14. Butyrate was subsequently replaced with the search term genistein or quercetin. The software also allows for two choices of pathway databases, namely the KEGG (Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes) pathway or GO (Gene Ontology) option. A literature search was undertaken by inputting the key search terms: butyrate, miRNA and cancer into Google Scholar. The KEGG option was used to include molecular interactions in a human disease and organismal level which the GO option lacks. We sourced miRNA with molecular pathway interactions from the diana-Tarbase v7.0, as this database-software combination produces experimentally supported interactions which may be relevant for the scientist in the lab. Our inclusion criteria for the literature search were as follows, firstly we only used peer-reviewed published articles that presented evidence of miRNA modulation in human cells, tissues or participants, and secondly, we only included articles written in English. The use of the DIANA software allowed for the demonstration of a viable tool for the support of future literature and laboratory studies.

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Yang, D.W. Lee, S. Ghaffariand J.A. Huang, R. Xu, Y.H. Ferromagnetic, Folded Electrode Composite as a Soft Interface to the Skin for Long-Term Electrophysiological Recording [pdf]K.-I. Liu, Y.J. Paik, Y.G. Kim, A. Kwak, Y.Y. 43. Song, J.H. Jang, H.N. Kim, B.H. Ma, J.-W. Feng, U. Jung, J.W. Banks, J.W. Jeong, Y.M. Shi, Z.J. Wei, X.

Cheng, S.I. Kim, H.U. Zhang, J.-W. Song, W.-H. Webb, J.W. Cho, J.G. Dawidczyk, R.H. Han,S. Huang and J.A. Kim, R.C. Mathewson, Y.H. Lee, T.J. Gratton, Y.G. Chung, D.J. Kim, H.Y. Jeong, G.-T. Fabiani, G. Xu, K.E. Kim, Y.M. 33. Yeo, S. Lee, Y.Y. Chung, B.G. Jang, S.Y. Rugged and Breathable Forms of Stretchable Electronics with Adherent Composite Substrates for Transcutaneous Monitoring [pdf] K.-I. Rhee, J.H. Carbonari, M. Yang, M.G. Gaspar, R.