Xing-ming Tang

Nanjing University, Nan-ching, Jiangsu, China

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  • Xing-ming Tang · Jie-shou Li

    No preview · Article · May 2005 · Zhonghua yi xue za zhi
  • Xing-ming Tang · Jie-shou Li

    No preview · Article · Apr 2005 · Zhonghua yi xue za zhi
  • Bao-jun Yu · Jie-shou Li · Dian-liang Zhang · Xing-ming Tang
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    ABSTRACT: To investigate the association of Single nucleotide polymorphism (SNPs) tumor necrosis factor (TNF) and CD14 promoter with the systematic inflammatory response syndromec (SIRS) and sepsis in surgical patients. The DNA and RNA sample of PBMC from 113 patients, 40 of them being complicated with sepsis, and 100 healthy volunteers were extracted. The SNP genotypes of TNF-alpha -308 G/A, -863 C/A, CD14-159C/T and TNFB1/B2 were examined by restriction fragment length polymorphism PCR (PCR-RFLP). The expressions of TNF-alpha mRNA of PBMC in parts of the patients who have at least one genotype of SNP were detected by RT-PCR. The risks for sepsis associated with polymorphisms in the TNF-alpha or CD14 promoter were determined by multivariate analysis. The rates of TNF2, -863A, CD14-159T alleles were 15%, 32.5%, and 40% respectively in patients with sepsis, significantly higher than those in the patients with SIRS (8.9%, 22%, and 23.3%), and those in the healthy volunteers (5%, 16% and 26%). The expression of TNF-alpha mRNA was much higher in those patients with at least one kind of SNP than those without SNP. The A-allele at the -308 and -863 position in the TNF-alpha promoter and the T-allele at the -159 position in the CD14 promoter increase the risk for sepsis. The effect of SNP genotypes on TNF-alpha expression can modulate inflammatory response.
    No preview · Article · Jan 2004 · Zhonghua yi xue za zhi
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    ABSTRACT: To investigate TNF-alpha-308 and TNFB polymorphisms in acute biliary pancreatitis (ABP) and to related them to the plasma TNF-alpha levels. Genomic DNA was prepared from peripheral blood leukocytes. Genotypes and allele frequencies were determined in patients (n=127) and healthy controls (n=102) using restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) products. Reading the size of digested bands from polyacrylamide gel demonstrated the two alleles TNF1 and TNF2, or the two alleles TNFB1 and TNFB2. The frequencies of TNF2 polymorphism and TNFB2 polymorphism were both similar in patients with mild or severe pancreatitis, so were in pancreatitis patients and in controls. Patients with septic shock showed a significantly higher prevalence of the TNF2 than those without. No significant differences were found in the genotype distribution of TNF-alpha-308 and TNFB among different groups. Plasma TNF-alpha levels did not differ significantly in ASBP patients displaying different alleles of the TNF gene studied. Results indicate that TNF gene polymorphisms studied play no part in determination of disease severity or susceptibility to acute biliary pancreatitis; however, TNF2 polymorphism is associated with septic shock from ASBP. Genetic factors are not important in determining plasma TNF-alpha levels in ASBP.
    Preview · Article · May 2003 · World Journal of Gastroenterology