25 April 2019
Adenoma, Adhesion, Akt, ALOX, Apoptosis, Aquaporin, Autophagy, Bacterium, BIM, Blastoma, Cancer, Carcinoma, Carcinogenesis, CCC, Cdc42, Cdk2, Cholangiocellular carcinoma, Crohn's disease, Chronic inflammation, Colitis, Colorectal cancer, COX, Cyclin, Cyclooxygenase, CYP, Cytochrome P450, Cytokine, CXCR4, E2F4/5, E-cadherin, Eicosanoide, EBV, Epstein–Barr virus, ERK, ETE, Fibroblast, Fibrosis, Fluke, FOXO3a, Gastric cancer, Gastritis, Glycocalyx, HBV, HCV, Helicobacter pylori , Hepatitis B virus, Hepatitis C virus, HETE, Homeostasis, HCC, HIV, HPV, HSV, Human herpes virus, Human papilloma virus, IBD, ICAM, IDO, IL, IL-β1, Interleukin, Inflammation, Leukemia, Lipoxygenase, LTA4, LTB4, LTC4, LTD4, LTE4, Liver cancer, LOX, LOXL3, Lymphoma, Lysyl oxidase, MAPK, MDA, Metalloproteinase, MMP, Mutation, NF-κB, AP1, API2, PCN, PGD2, PGG2, PGH2, PGFF2a, Phagocytes, PI3K, Polyp, Precancerous niche, Prostate cancer, PUMA, Rac1, RNS, ROS, Sarcoma, SPhK, S1P, S1PR3, Simvastatin, SK2, SOX, Tissue, TGF, TNF, TOR, TXA2, VCAM, Virus, VZV
A pathogenic (biological or chemical) stimulus is the earliest information received by a cell that can result in the disruption of homeostasis with consequent development of disease. Chronic inflammation involves many cell types with numerous cytokines and signaling pathways, the release of different components by the cells, and the crosstalk provoked by such stimuli involving subclinical chronic inflammation and is mechanistically manifold. Exosomes secrete chemicals that trigger the epithelium to produce exosome-like nanoparticles promoting chronic inflammation. Small molecules, together with various cytokines, selectively target signaling pathways inducing crosstalk that suppress apoptosis. 16S rRNA gene sequencing has become routine to provide information on the composition and abundance of bacteria found in human tissues and in reservoirs. The deregulation of autophagy with chronic stimulation of inflammation is an early phenomenon in carcinogenesis. The disruption of cell–cell integrity enables transcellular CagA migration and triggers deregulation of autophagy with the net result being chronic inflammation. The complex and insidious nature of chronic inflammation can be seen both inside and outside the cell and even with intracellular nuclear fragments such as chromatin, which itself can elicit a chronic inflammatory response within the cytoplasm and affect autophagy. The ultimate result of unresolved chronic inflammation is fibrosis, a step before tissue remodeling results in the formation of a precancerous niche (PCN). Various pathogenic stimuli associated with different neoplasms result in persistent inflammation. This ongoing disruption of homeostasis in the micromilieu of cells, tissues, and organs is an essential preamble to carcinogenesis and occurs early in that process.