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Thymidine phosphorylase (TP) has shown to be up-regulated in several cancers and to play a role in angiogenesis and invasion. Most studies regarding TP have focused on cancer cells. Recently, evidences suggest that TP in cancer-infiltrating inflammatory cells (CIICs) also affect the cancer cell behavior. To evaluate the significance of TP expression of CIICs in gastric cancer, we assessed TP expression of cancer cells and CIICs separately using immunohistochemical assay on 116 paraffin-embedded tissue samples from stomach cancer patients and investigated their clinical significance. When subjects were divided into 4 groups according to the TP expression: cancer/matrix (+/+), C/M (+/-), C/M (-/+), and C/M (-/-), intratumoral microvessel density scores were higher in the C/M (+/-) group than in the C/M (-/-) group (p=0.02). For lymph node metastasis and survival, there were no significant differences among the 4 groups. However, there were significant differences in survival (p=0.035) and LN metastasis (p=0.023) between the two groups divided by TP expression of CIICs alone irrespective of TP expression of cancer cells. Taken together, this study suggested the TP expression in CIICs could affect lymph node metastasis and patients’ survival in gastric cancer.
A hemolysin was purified from the coelomic fluid of redworm, Lumbricus rubellus, and the relationships between earthworm hemolysin and several bacterial hemolysins were analyzed using anti-redworm hemolysin antibody. The purified hemolysin had a monomeric structure with a molecular weight of 39 kdal, and it's activity was inhibited by several metal ions such as Fe^(2+), Fe^(3+), Cu^(2+) and Zn^(2+). Meanwhile, several bacteria spp. were collected from the coelomic fluid of redworm, and A. hydrophila sp., one strain of collected bacteria, produced a strong hemolysin. A bacterial hemolysin, which was produced by A. hydrophila sp., was different from the purified redworm hemolysin, immunologically and electrophoretically. Total bacterial spp. in the coelomic fluid of redworm were mixed and cultured in a medium. As the results of electrophoresis, one of the hemolysins produced by total bacteria was identical with the purified redworm hemolysin.