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Here we report the susceptibility of total HDL and HDL3 particles to Cu-mediated oxidation in vitro. HDL particles were isolated from the well-characterized Finnish low-HDL-C subjects and from the healthy subjects with normal HDL-C concentrations. Previous studies have explored the effect of HDL to protect LDL from oxidation but data on the susceptibility of HDL itself to oxidation are sparse. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first study to explore the impact of HDL composition, size, and hsCRP as a surrogate marker of systemic inflammation, on direct oxidation of HDL particles in vitro using widely used copper oxidation method of Esterbauer  that initiates free radical reactions within HDL particles. Unexpectedly, we found that the propagation rate and diene formation during HDL oxidation in vitro was attenuated in the low-HDL-C subjects. Also, we demonstrated that the resistance of HDL3 particles to oxidation is higher than that of total pool of HDL particles. This suggests that HDL3 particles are less prone to oxidation than HDL2 in vitro. In addition, the resistance of HDL particles to oxidation is affected by HDL lipid/apolipoprotein composition, HDL-associated proteins other than apolipoproteins, subclass distribution, and systemic inflammation.
The fact that the resistance of total HDL particles to oxidation in vitro from the control subjects was significantly lower than that from the low-HDL-C subjects is a paradox. This apparent contradiction could be explained by the dramatic difference of HDL2 concentrations between the two groups. The concentrations of HDL2 particles in the purified HDL fraction from the control subjects are expected to be high compared to HDL from the low-HDL-C subjects at the same level of HDL protein since variability in HDL-C levels mainly reflects changes in the large HDL particles . Accordingly, after adjustment for the ratio of HDL2 and HDL3 protein, the difference of maximal diene formation during total HDL oxidation between the two groups disappeared (data not given). Notably, the propagation rate of total HDL oxidation was inversely correlated with HDL2 particle mass and HDL particle size. Nevertheless, the susceptibility of HDL3 to oxidation in the low-HDL-C subjects was not different from that seen in HDL3 derived from the control subjects. This result may be explained by the fact that PON1 activity, affecting HDL3 anti-oxidant activity , was not different between the two groups in our study.
Ha et al. utilized CRISPR/Cas9 technology to target multidrug resistance protein 1 (MDR1) in cancer cells in an attempt to eradicate doxorubicin resistance . After disrupting MDR1 using Cas9-sgRNA, doxorubicin was delivered to MCF-7/ADR cells, leading to the recovery of drug sensitivity, which suggests that the drug potency could be enhanced by inducing mutation in drug-resistant genes using CRISPR/Cas9. Furthermore, CRISPR/Cas9 technique has been proposed also for genome-scale deletion and transcriptional activation screening and possesses immense potential for drug-resistant gene screening in a shorter duration . As evidenced by CRISPR/Cas9, the germline mutations in the BRCA1 gene could be overcome through somatic alternative splicing, leading to therapeutic resistance to cancer . It ha