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Effect and mechanism of vitamin D on the development of colorectal cancer based on intestinal flora disorder.

基于肠道菌群紊乱的维生素d 对结直肠癌发展的影响及机制.

  • 影响因子:2.71
  • DOI:10.1111/jgh.14949
  • 作者列表:"Zhou X","Chen C","Zhong YN","Zhao F","Hao Z","Xu Y","Lai R","Shen G","Yin X
  • 发表时间:2020-06-01
Abstract

BACKGROUND:To investigate the correlation between the level of circulating vitamin D and the development of colorectal cancer (CRC) and to clarify the effect and mechanism of vitamin D on the development of CRC. METHODS:Serum samples from 63 patients with CRC (CRC group) and 61 healthy volunteers (normal group) were collected. Azoxymethane + dextran sodium sulfate-induced CRC mouse model and dietary models with different doses of vitamin D were established to verify whether vitamin D supplementation could reverse the occurrence and development of CRC at the overall animal level. Intestinal barrier integrity and microbial defense response were evaluated by detection of intestinal flora and expression of related genes. RESULTS:In the clinical serum samples, compared with the normal group, the level of 25 (OH) D3 in the CRC group was relatively low (P < 0.01), which was consistent with the clinical situation in mice. Vitamin D deficiency aggravated the deterioration of enteritis and intestinal cancer in CRC mice, whereas the overall condition of CRC mice improved after vitamin D supplementation. Vitamin D has a significant regulatory effect on the homeostasis of the intestinal flora, particularly in the regulation of intestinal probiotics, Akkermansia muciniphila-mediated colon barrier integrity. CONCLUSIONS:Vitamin D deficiency is closely related to the high incidence of CRC, and vitamin D supplementation can inhibit the occurrence and development of CRC. Vitamin D plays a role in the reversal of CRC mainly through the regulation of intestinal flora, especially the regulation of A. muciniphila-mediated colon barrier integrity.

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背景: 探讨循环维生素d 水平与结直肠癌 (CRC) 发生发展的相关性,阐明维生素d 在 CRC 发生发展中的作用及机制。 方法: 收集 63 例 CRC 患者 (CRC 组) 和 61 例健康志愿者 (正常组) 的血清标本。通过建立氧化偶氮甲烷 + 葡聚糖硫酸钠诱导的 CRC 小鼠模型和不同剂量维生素d 的膳食模型,验证补充维生素d 能否在整体动物水平上逆转 CRC 的发生和发展。通过肠道菌群的检测和相关基因的表达评价肠道屏障完整性和微生物防御反应。 结果: 在临床血清样本中,与正常组相比,CRC 组的 25 (OH) D3 水平较低 (P <0.01),这与小鼠的临床情况一致。维生素d 缺乏加重了 CRC 小鼠肠炎和肠癌的恶化,而补充维生素d 后 CRC 小鼠的整体状况有所改善。维生素d 对肠道菌群的稳态具有显著的调节作用,特别是在肠道益生菌 Akkermansia mucinphila 介导的结肠屏障完整性的调节中。 结论: 维生素d 缺乏与 CRC 的高发密切相关,补充维生素d 可抑制 CRC 的发生发展。维生素d 主要通过调节肠道菌群,特别是调节黏蛋白介导的结肠屏障完整性,在 CRC 逆转中发挥作用。

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