Provider: Impact Journals, LLC TY - JOUR AU - Yanlan, Chai AU - Jielili, Aibibai AU - Wang, Juan AU - Tang, Haiying AU - Liu, Zi AU - Wang, Ping TI - A multi-omics approach based on 1H-NMR metabonomics combined with target protein analysis to reveal the mechanism of RIAISs on cervical carcinoma patients JO - Aging JA - Aging (Albany NY) VL - 14 IS - PB - Impact Journals, LLC SN - 1945-4589 UR - DO - 10.18632/aging.204305 SP - EP - PY - 2022 AB - Cervical carcinoma (CC) is the fourth most common cancer in females and radiotherapy is always as the definitive therapy for cervical cancer patients who are not suitable for surgery. Radiation-induced acute intestinal symptoms (RIAISs) occur in 50-80% of cervical cancer patients. Some research shows that RIAISs may relate to inflammatory reaction by radiotherapy but the action mechanism is also not clearly and the details of the molecular mechanism are still urgently needed. In this paper, basing on 1H-NMR metabonomic and bioinformatics analysis, an integrated multi-omics analysis including metabonomics and bioinformatics was performed. We propose a hypothesis about pathogenic mechanism on RIAISs and proofed it through western-blot. Our results indicated significant dysregulation of metabolic pathways in RIAIS patients. Most importantly, we found that RIAISs were associated p53 and PI3K-AKT pathway. ER -