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Articles by Xiao Yao
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  Xiao Yao , Hua Jiang , Cuizhen Zhang , Huamao Wang , Lin Yang , Yongfeng Yu , Junming Yu , Bizhi Shi , Zhijun Shen , Huiping Gao , Zhiwei Chen , Shujun Tian , Shun Lu , Zonghai Li and Jianren Gu
  Objective: We investigated whether or not there are autoantibodies for DKK1 (Dickkopf-1) in patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and whether this autoantibody can be used for cancer detection.
Methods:
The levels of DKK1 autoantibodies were determined in 93 NSCLC patients and 87 healthy controls.
Results: We found that, in the sera, the presence of autoantibody against DKK1 was highly correlated with NSCLC. High anti-DKK1 autoantibody titres were found in the sera of NSCLC patients, whereas low or negative titres were found in the control group. The ROC curve results showed that autoantibody immunoassay exhibited 62% sensitivity and 84% specificity. The sensitivity for the detection of NSCLC in stage I also reach 64.3%. Furthermore, a combined ELISA assays for both DKK1 and autoantibody DKK1 increased sensitivity and classified 81.7% (76/93) of the NSCLC patients as positive, whereas only 13.8 % (12/87) of healthy volunteers were falsely diagnosed as positive.
Conclusions: Our results suggest that the detection of circulating DKK1 autoantibody could potentially serve as a useful non-invasive marker for determining lung cancer status.
  Xiao Yao , Jianxia Zhang and Gang Chen
  Capillary electrophoresis with electrochemical detection has been employed for the determination of three phenolic acetophenones (including paeonol, p-hydroxyacetophenone and 2,4-hydroxyacetophenone) in Radix Cynanchi Paniculati (i.e., Paniculate Swallowworf Root) for the first time. Effects of several important factors such as the concentration and the acidity of the running buffer, separation voltage, injection time and detection potential were investigated to acquire the optimum conditions. The detection electrode was a 300 μm diameter carbon disc electrode at a working potential of +0.90 V (vs. Saturated Calomel Electrode (SCE)). The three analytes can be well separated within 10 min in a 50 cm length fused silica capillary at a separation voltage of 15 kV in a 50 mM borate buffer (pH 9.2). The relation between peak current and analyte concentration was linear over about 3 orders of magnitude with the detection limits (S/N = 3) ranging from 0.20 to 0.36 μM for all analytes. The proposed method has been successfully applied to the determination of the bioactive constituents in the real herbal samples with satisfactory assay results.
 
 
 
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