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The “Traditional Chinese medicine regulating liver regeneration” treatment plan for reducing mortalityof patients with hepatitis B-related liver failure based on real-world clinical data

Ling Dai, Xiang Gao, Zhihua Ye, Hanmin Li, Xin Yao, Dingbo Lu, Na Wu

Frontiers of Medicine 2021, Volume 15, Issue 3,   Pages 495-505 doi: 10.1007/s11684-020-0790-9

Abstract: regeneration.”regeneration” (RLR), patients treated with both routine medical treatment and the special TCM formularegeneration in the RLR group compared with the MMC group.patients with HBV-related liver failure.The mechanism may be related to the role of RLR treatment in influencing cytokines related to liver regeneration

Keywords: hepatitis B virus-related liver failure     traditional Chinese medicine     liver regeneration     liver regeneration    

γδ T cells in liver diseases

Xuefu Wang, Zhigang Tian

Frontiers of Medicine 2018, Volume 12, Issue 3,   Pages 262-268 doi: 10.1007/s11684-017-0584-x

Abstract: γδ T cells are enriched in the liver and exhibit liver-specific features.fatty liver disease, autoimmune hepatitis, liver fibrosis and cirrhosis, and liver cancer and regenerationWe believe that determining the properties and functions of γδ T cells in liver diseasesenhances our understanding of the pathogenesis of liver diseases and is useful for the design of novelγδ T cell-based therapeutic regimens for liver diseases.

Keywords: γδT cells     liver infection     non-alcoholic fatty liver disease     autoimmune hepatitis     liver fibrosis and cirrhosis     liver cancer     liver regeneration    

Liver cell therapies: cellular sources and grafting strategies

Frontiers of Medicine 2023, Volume 17, Issue 3,   Pages 432-457 doi: 10.1007/s11684-023-1002-1

Abstract: The liver has a complex cellular composition and a remarkable regenerative capacity.The primary cell types in the liver are two parenchymal cell populations, hepatocytes and cholangiocytesThe regulation of the cells in the liver is mediated by an insoluble complex of proteins and carbohydratesIn recent years, with the rapid development of genetic sequencing technologies, research on the liverof cells to be transplanted to achieve liver regeneration and repair.

Keywords: liver regeneration     hepatocytes     cholangiocytes     stem cells     organoids     regulatory mechanisms     transplantation    

Partial liver transplantation

Nianqiao GONG, Xiaoping CHEN

Frontiers of Medicine 2011, Volume 5, Issue 1,   Pages 1-7 doi: 10.1007/s11684-010-0105-7

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Partial liver transplantation, including reduced-size liver transplantation, split liver transplantation, and living donor liver transplantation, has been developed with several innovative techniques becauseSplit liver transplantation provides chances to two or even more recipients when only one liver graftBefore surgery, a series of donor evaluations—including anatomical, liver volume, and liver functionAt different recipient conditions, auxiliary liver transplantation and auxiliary partial orthotopic liver

Keywords: partial liver transplantation     reduced-size liver transplantation     split liver transplantation     living donorliver transplantation    

Migration of manganese and iron during the adsorption-regeneration cycles for arsenic removal

Fangfang CHANG, Jiuhui QU, Xu ZHAO, Wenjun LIU, Kun WU

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2011, Volume 5, Issue 4,   Pages 512-518 doi: 10.1007/s11783-011-0372-9

Abstract: Fe-Mn binary oxide incorporated into porous diatomite (FMBO-diatomite) was prepared in situ and regenerated in a fixed-bed column for arsenite [As(III)] and arsenate [As(V)] removal. Four consecutive adsorption cycles were operated under the following conditions: Initial arsenic concentration of 0.1 mg·L , empty bed contact time of 5 min, and pH 7.0. About 3000, 3300, 3800, and 4500 bed volumes of eligible effluent (arsenic concentration≤0.01 mg·L ) were obtained in four As(III) adsorption cycles; while about 2000, 2300, 2500, and 3100 bed volumes of eligible effluent were obtained in four As(V) adsorption cycles. The dissection results of FMBO-diatomite fixed-bed exhibited that small amounts of manganese and iron were transferred from the top of the fixed-bed to the bottom of the fixed-bed during As(III) removal process. Compared to the extremely low concentration of iron (<0.01 mg·L ), the fluctuation concentration of Mn in effluent of the As(III) removal column was in a range of 0.01–0.08 mg·L . The release of manganese suggested that manganese oxides played an important role in As(III) oxidation. Determined with the US EPA toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP), the leaching risk of As(III) on exhausted FMBO-diatomite was lower than that of As(V).

Keywords: arsenic     adsorption     filtration     regeneration     fixed-bed    

biomaterial transplantation and genetic enhancement of intrinsic growth capacities to promote CNS axon regeneration

Bin Yu, Xiaosong Gu

Frontiers of Medicine 2019, Volume 13, Issue 2,   Pages 131-137 doi: 10.1007/s11684-018-0642-z

Abstract: The inhibitory environment that surrounds the lesion site and the lack of intrinsic regenerative capacity of the adult mammalian central nervous system (CNS) impede the regrowth of injured axons and thereby the reestablishment of neural circuits required for functional recovery after spinal cord injuries (SCI). To circumvent these barriers, biomaterial scaffolds are applied to bridge the lesion gaps for the regrowing axons to follow, and, often by combining stem cell transplantation, to enable the local environment in the growth-supportive direction. Manipulations, such as the modulation of PTEN/mTOR pathways, can also enhance intrinsic CNS axon regrowth after injury. Given the complex pathophysiology of SCI, combining biomaterial scaffolds and genetic manipulation may provide synergistic effects and promote maximal axonal regrowth. Future directions will primarily focus on the translatability of these approaches and promote therapeutic avenues toward the functional rehabilitation of patients with SCIs.

Keywords: spinal cord injury     biomaterial     extrinsic barrier     intrinsic regeneration capacity    

Bone regeneration by stem cell and tissue engineering in oral and maxillofacial region

Zhiyuan Zhang

Frontiers of Medicine 2011, Volume 5, Issue 4,   Pages 401-413 doi: 10.1007/s11684-011-0161-7

Abstract: science and tissue engineering technology, is considered as an ideal alternative strategy for bone regenerationThe preclinical animal models for bone regeneration and the key translational points to clinical success

Keywords: bone regeneration     animal models     translational strategies     oral and maxillofacial region    

Investigation on regeneration and energy storage characteristics of a solar liquid desiccant air-conditioning

SHI Mingheng, DU Bin, ZHAO Yun

Frontiers in Energy 2007, Volume 1, Issue 1,   Pages 85-90 doi: 10.1007/s11708-007-0008-8

Abstract: In this paper regeneration and energy storage characteristics were studied theoretically and experimentallyTwo criterion equations for heat and mass transfer in the regeneration process were obtained.The main factors that influence the regeneration process were analyzed.

Keywords: desiccant air-conditioning     regeneration process     air-conditioning system     energy     regeneration    

Evaluation of power regeneration in primary suspension for a railway vehicle

Ruichen WANG, Zhiwei WANG

Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering 2020, Volume 15, Issue 2,   Pages 265-278 doi: 10.1007/s11465-019-0571-9

Abstract: To improve the fuel economy of rail vehicles, this study presents the feasibility of using power regenerating dampers (PRDs) in the primary suspension systems of railway vehicles and evaluates the potential and recoverable power that can be obtained. PRDs are configured as hydraulic electromagnetic-based railway primary vertical dampers and evaluated in parallel and series modes (with and without a viscous damper). Hydraulic configuration converts the linear behavior of the track into a unidirectional rotation of the generator, and the electromagnetic configuration provides a controllable damping force to the primary suspension system. In several case studies, generic railway vehicle primary suspension systems that are configured to include a PRD in the two configuration modes are modeled using computer simulations. The simulations are performed on measured tracks with typical irregularities for a generic UK passenger route. The performance of the modified vehicle is evaluated with respect to key performance indicators, including regenerated power, ride comfort, and running safety. Results indicate that PRDs can simultaneously replace conventional primary vertical dampers, regenerate power, and exhibit desirable dynamic performance. A peak power efficiency of 79.87% is theoretically obtained in series mode on a top-quality German Intercity Express track (Track 270) at a vehicle speed of 160 mile/h (~257 km/h).

Keywords: railway vehicle     primary damper     power regeneration     ride comfort     running safety    

NKT cells in liver diseases

Shasha Zhu, Huimin Zhang, Li Bai

Frontiers of Medicine 2018, Volume 12, Issue 3,   Pages 249-261 doi: 10.1007/s11684-018-0622-3

Abstract: innate-like and tissue-resident lymphocytes, which recognize lipid antigens and are enriched in the livernatural killer T cells and their roles in hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus infection, autoimmune liverdiseases, alcoholic liver disease, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, and hepatocellular carcinoma.and indicate the dynamic alteration in the role of natural killer T cells during the progression of liver

Keywords: natural killer T cells     hepatitis B virus and hepatitis C virus infection     autoimmune liver diseases     alcoholicliver disease     nonalcoholic fatty liver disease     hepatocellular carcinoma    

Natural killer cells in liver diseases

Meijuan Zheng, Haoyu Sun, Zhigang Tian

Frontiers of Medicine 2018, Volume 12, Issue 3,   Pages 269-279 doi: 10.1007/s11684-018-0621-4

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The liver has been characterized as a frontline lymphoid organ with complex immunological featuressuch as liver immunity and liver tolerance.Liver tolerance plays an important role in liver diseases including acute inflammation, chronic infectionThe liver contains a large proportion of natural killer (NK) cells, which exhibit heterogeneity in phenotypicUnder the setting of liver diseases, NK cells are of great importance for stimulating or inhibiting immune

Keywords: natural killer cell     phenotype     immune activation     immune tolerance     liver diseases    

Role of Wnt and Notch signaling in regulating hair cell regeneration in the cochlea

Muhammad Waqas,Shasha Zhang,Zuhong He,Mingliang Tang,Renjie Chai

Frontiers of Medicine 2016, Volume 10, Issue 3,   Pages 237-249 doi: 10.1007/s11684-016-0464-9

Abstract: In this regard, Wnt and Notch signaling has gained increased research attention in hair cell regenerationpossibilities of controlling these pathways with the hair cell fate determiner Atoh1 to regulate hair cell regeneration

Keywords: inner ear     cochlea     hair cell     regeneration     Wnt     Notch     signaling pathways    

Assessment of liver volume variation to evaluate liver function

Cong Tong, Xinsen Xu, Chang Liu, Tianzheng Zhang, Kai Qu

Frontiers of Medicine 2012, Volume 6, Issue 4,   Pages 421-427 doi: 10.1007/s11684-012-0223-5

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In order to assess the value of liver volumetry in cirrhosis and acute liver failure (ALF) patientsto get a regression formula for standard liver volume (SLV) and BSA.It turned out that the mean liver volume of the control group was 1 058±337 cm3.Child A, B level was not reduced, but in Child C level it was significantly reduced with the lowest liverIn conclusion, the CTLV/SLV ratio, which reflects liver volume variations, correlates well with the liver

Keywords: liver volume variation     cirrhosis     acute liver failure (ALF)    

Electro-assisted regeneration of ion exchange resins

LIU Zhigang, WANG Ying, LI Yansheng, CHANG Hui

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2008, Volume 2, Issue 4,   Pages 410-414 doi: 10.1007/s11783-008-0069-x

Abstract: Electro-assisted regeneration (EAR) for the mixed bed of strongly acidic cation and weakly basic anionExperimental results showed that the efficiency of resin regeneration was strictly dependent on the voltage, regeneration time, and feed regenerant flow rate.The desalination and regeneration reaction mechanisms of the mixed resins indicated the regeneration

Keywords: effluent volume     acidic     three-compartment     weakly     exchange    

Sulfidation/regeneration multicycle testing of nickel-modified ZnFe

Wei LI, Jinju GUO, Jiejie HUANG, Jiaotao ZHAO

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 4,   Pages 435-440 doi: 10.1007/s11705-010-0506-9

Abstract: desulphurization reactivity, mechanical strength, ability to regenerate, and stability to endure many sulfidation-regenerationmeasured in a fixed-bed reactor at middle temperature of 300°C (sulfidation temperature) and 500°C (regenerationnickel-modified ZnFe O keeps high reactivity and structural stability in the multicycle testing of sulfidation/regeneration

Keywords: hot gas desulphurization     nickel-modified ZnFe2O4     sulfidation/regeneration    

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The “Traditional Chinese medicine regulating liver regeneration” treatment plan for reducing mortalityof patients with hepatitis B-related liver failure based on real-world clinical data

Ling Dai, Xiang Gao, Zhihua Ye, Hanmin Li, Xin Yao, Dingbo Lu, Na Wu

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γδ T cells in liver diseases

Xuefu Wang, Zhigang Tian

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Liver cell therapies: cellular sources and grafting strategies

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Partial liver transplantation

Nianqiao GONG, Xiaoping CHEN

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Migration of manganese and iron during the adsorption-regeneration cycles for arsenic removal

Fangfang CHANG, Jiuhui QU, Xu ZHAO, Wenjun LIU, Kun WU

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biomaterial transplantation and genetic enhancement of intrinsic growth capacities to promote CNS axon regeneration

Bin Yu, Xiaosong Gu

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Bone regeneration by stem cell and tissue engineering in oral and maxillofacial region

Zhiyuan Zhang

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Investigation on regeneration and energy storage characteristics of a solar liquid desiccant air-conditioning

SHI Mingheng, DU Bin, ZHAO Yun

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Evaluation of power regeneration in primary suspension for a railway vehicle

Ruichen WANG, Zhiwei WANG

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NKT cells in liver diseases

Shasha Zhu, Huimin Zhang, Li Bai

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Natural killer cells in liver diseases

Meijuan Zheng, Haoyu Sun, Zhigang Tian

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Role of Wnt and Notch signaling in regulating hair cell regeneration in the cochlea

Muhammad Waqas,Shasha Zhang,Zuhong He,Mingliang Tang,Renjie Chai

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Assessment of liver volume variation to evaluate liver function

Cong Tong, Xinsen Xu, Chang Liu, Tianzheng Zhang, Kai Qu

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Electro-assisted regeneration of ion exchange resins

LIU Zhigang, WANG Ying, LI Yansheng, CHANG Hui

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Sulfidation/regeneration multicycle testing of nickel-modified ZnFe

Wei LI, Jinju GUO, Jiejie HUANG, Jiaotao ZHAO

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