Jian Li's research while affiliated with General Hospital of Jinan Military Region and other places

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Single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) at the glucose transporter 9 (GLUT9) locus are clearly related to uric acid concentrations previously identified as a major cause of gout. Due to the important function of various SNPs, we hypothesized that the common GLUT9 polymorphisms (rs16890979, rs6855911, and rs7442295) are associated with gout risk. The...
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We aim to analyze the changes of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pressure and its relationship with hyponatremia after acute cervical cord trauma (ACCT). The medical records of 45 ACCT patients were reviewed from June 2011 to February 2013. They were divided to 3 groups: CSF pressure of syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH), cerebral sal...
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Objective We explored the effect of adjunctive acupuncture on secondary osteoporosis in patients with spinal cord injury (SCI). Methods Patients with subacute SCI were recruited and divided into two groups by patient choice: group 1 patients received standard combination therapy and group 2 patients received combination therapy plus acupuncture for...

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... In an experiment involving kidney-specific SLC2A9 knockout mice, uric acid excretion levels were more than seven times higher than those in the control [22]. The clinical functions of these transporters in uric acid levels have also been suggested in studies exploring the role of single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) in SLC2A9 (e.g., rs734553, rs3733591, and rs16890979) [23][24][25] and ABCG2 (e.g., rs2231142, 72552713, and rs2231137) [23,26,27] and have been significantly linked with gout [28], implying the functional impacts of these polymorphisms on these transporters. ...
... TNF-α and IgM decreased; BMD increased. [62] Randomized. POP, 60, once a week, 12 weeks. ...