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(1) Anti-inflammatory nitro-fatty acids suppress tumor growth by triggering mitochondrial dysfunction and activation of the intrinsic apoptotic pathway in colorectal cancer cells.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :29909078
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Nitro-fatty acids (NFAs) are endogenously occurring lipid mediators exerting strong anti-inflammatory effects and acting as anti-oxidants in a number of animal models of inflammation. These NFA effects are mediated by targeting important regulatory proteins involved in inflammatory processes, such as 5-lipoxygenase, soluble epoxide hydrolase, or NF-κB. In the present study, we investigated the anti-tumorigenic effects of NFAs on colorectal cancer (CRC) cells in cell culture-based experiments and in a murine xenograft model of human CRC. We could show that 9-NOA suppresses the viability of CRC cells (HCT-116 and HT-29) by inducing a caspase-dependent apoptosis via the intrinsic apoptotic pathway. Co-treatment with the pan-caspase inhibitor Q-VD-OPH counteracted the NFA-mediated apoptosis in both cell lines. Furthermore, NFAs affected the cell cycle transition and reduced the oxygen consumption rate (OCR) immediately. On the contrary to their well-known anti-oxidative properties, NFAs mediated the generation of mitochondrial oxidative stress in human CRC cells. Additionally, similar to the cytostatic drug mitomycin, 9-NOA significantly reduced tumor growth in a murine xenograft model of human colorectal cancer. In contrast to the established cytostatic drug, 9-NOA treatment was well tolerated by mice. This study delivers a novel mechanistic approach for nitro-fatty acid-induced inhibition of CRC cell growth by targeting mitochondrial functions such as the mitochondrial membrane potential and mitochondrial respiration. We suggest these naturally occurring lipid mediators as a new class of well tolerated chemotherapeutic drug candidates for treatment of CRC or potentially other inflammation-driven cancer types.

Authors : Kühn Benjamin, Brat Camilla, Fettel Jasmin, Hellmuth Nadine, Maucher Isabelle V, Bulut Ufuk, Hock Katharina J, Grimmer Jennifer, Manolikakes Georg, Rühl Michael, Kühn Alessa, Zacharowski Kai, Matrone Carmela, Urbschat Anja, Roos Jessica, Steinhilber Dieter, Maier Thorsten J,



(2) Ganoderma Triterpenoids Exert Antiatherogenic Effects in Mice by Alleviating Disturbed Flow-Induced Oxidative Stress and Inflammation.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :29849882
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Ganoderma mushrooms, used in traditional Chinese medicine to promote health and longevity, have become widely accepted as herbal supplements. (GL), a commonly seen ganoderma species, is commercially cultivated under controlled conditions for more consistent chemical composition. The medicinal properties of GL are attributable to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities. We intended to assess the effect of GL in atherosclerosis, an arterial condition associated with chronic oxidative stress and inflammation, using a carotid-artery-ligation mouse model. Flow turbulence created in the ligated artery induces oxidative stress and neointimal hyperplasia, a feature of early atherogenesis. Daily oral GL prevented neointimal thickening 2 weeks after ligation. Moreover, the ganoderma triterpenoid (GT) crude extract isolated from GL abolished ligation-induced neointima formation. Mechanistically, endothelial dysfunction was observed 3 days after ligation before any structural changes could be detected. GTs alleviated the oxidative stress and restored the atheroresistent status of endothelium by inhibiting the induction of a series of atherogenic factors, including endothelin-1, von Willebrand factor, and monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 after 3-day ligation. The anti-inflammatory activity of GTs was tested in cultured human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVECs) exposed to disturbed flow in an perfusion system. GTs abolished the induction of proinflammatory VCAM-1, TNF-, and IL-6 by oscillatory shear stress. Moreover, the antioxidant activity of GTs was tested in HUVECs against the insult of HO. GTs dissipated the cellular superoxide accumulation imposed by HO, thereby mitigating HO-induced cell damage and proatherogenic response. Our results revealed the atheroprotective properties of ganoderma mushrooms and identified triterpenoids as the critical constituents for those effects. GTs prevent atherogenesis by eliminating disturbed flow-induced oxidative stress and inflammation.

Authors : Hsu Pei-Ling, Lin Yung-Ching, Ni Hao, Mo Fan-E,



(3) Knockout of microRNA-21 attenuates alcoholic hepatitis through VHL/NF-κB signaling pathway in hepatic stellate cells.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :29848019
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microRNA-21 is one of the most abundant miRNAs in chronic liver injuries including alcoholic liver injury. Previous studies have demonstrated that miR-21 plays a role in inflammation in the liver and functions in hepatic stellate cells (HSCs), which reside in the perisinusoidal space between sinusoidal endothelial cells and hepatocytes and regulate sinusoidal circulation. HSCs integrate cytokine-mediated inflammatory responses in the sinusoids and relay them to the liver parenchyma. Here, we showed that the activation of Von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) expression, by miR-21 knockout in vivo and anti-miR-21 or VHL overexpression in vitro, suppressed the production of proinflammatory cytokines, such as interleukin (IL)-6, monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 (MCP-1) and IL-1β, in human hepatic stellate cells during alcoholic liver injury. Sequence and functional analyses confirmed that miR-21 directly targeted the 3'-untranslated region of VHL. Immunofluorescence and real-time PCR analysis revealed that miR-21 depletion blocked NF-κB activation in human HSCs both in cultured HSCs as well as HSCs isolated from ALD mice liver by laser capture microdissection. We also showed that conditioned medium from anti-miR-21-transfected HSCs suppressed human monocyte-derived THP-1 cell migration. Taken together, our study indicates that depletion of miR-21 may downregulate cytokine production in HSCs and macrophage chemotaxis during alcoholic liver injury and that the targeting of miR-21 may have therapeutic potential for preventing the progression of alcoholic liver diseases.

Authors : Wu Nan, McDaniel Kelly, Zhou Tianhao, Ramos-Lorenzo Sugeily, Wu Chaodong, Huang Li, Chen Demeng, Annable Tami, Francis Heather, Glaser Shannon, Alpini Gianfranco, Meng Fanyin,



(4) Humanization of bone and bone marrow in an orthotopic site reveals new potential therapeutic targets in osteosarcoma.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :29705656
Publication Date : //
Existing preclinical murine models often fail to predict effects of anti-cancer drugs. In order to minimize interspecies-differences between murine hosts and human bone tumors of in vivo xenograft platforms, we tissue-engineered a novel orthotopic humanized bone model.

Authors : Wagner Ferdinand, Holzapfel Boris M, McGovern Jacqui A, Shafiee Abbas, Baldwin Jeremy G, Martine Laure C, Lahr Christoph A, Wunner Felix M, Friis Thor, Bas Onur, Boxberg Melanie, Prodinger Peter M, Shokoohmand Ali, Moi Davide, Mazzieri Roberta, Loessner Daniela, Hutmacher Dietmar W,



(5) Female mice carrying a defective Alox15 gene are protected from experimental colitis via sustained maintenance of the intestinal epithelial barrier function.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :29702245
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Lipoxygenases (ALOXs) are involved in the regulation of cellular redox homeostasis. They also have been implicated in the biosynthesis of pro- and anti-inflammatory lipid mediators and play a role in the pathogenesis of inflammatory diseases, which constitute a major health challenge owing to increasing incidence and prevalence in all industrialized countries around the world. To explore the pathophysiological role of Alox15 (leukocyte-type 12-LOX) in mouse experimental colitis we tested the impact of systemic inactivation of the Alox15 gene on the extent of dextrane sulfate sodium (DSS) colitis. We found that in wildtype mice expression of the Alox15 gene was augmented during DSS-colitis while expression of other Alox genes (Alox5, Alox15b) was hardly altered. Systemic Alox15 (leukocyte-type 12-LOX) deficiency induced less severe colitis symptoms and suppressed in vivo formation of 12-hydroxyeicosatetraenoic acid (12-HETE), the major Alox15 (leukocyte-type 12-LOX) product in mice. These alterations were paralleled by reduced expression of pro-inflammatory gene products, by sustained expression of the zonula occludens protein 1 (ZO-1) and by a less impaired intestinal epithelial barrier function. These results are consistent with in vitro incubations of colon epithelial cells, in which addition of 12S-HETE compromised enantioselectively transepithelial electric resistance. Consistent with these data transgenic overexpression of human ALOX15 intensified the inflammatory symptoms. In summary, our results indicate that systemic Alox15 (leukocyte-type 12-LOX) deficiency protects mice from DSS-colitis. Since exogenous 12-HETE compromises the expression of the tight junction protein ZO-1 the protective effect has been related to a less pronounced impairment of the intestinal epithelial barrier function.

Authors : Kroschwald Saskia, Chiu Cheng-Ying, Heydeck Dagmar, Rohwer Nadine, Gehring Tatjana, Seifert Ulrike, Lux Anke, Rothe Michael, Weylandt Karsten-Henrich, Kuhn Hartmut,



(6) Dexamethasone promotes durable factor VIII -specific tolerance in hemophilia A mice via thymic mechanisms.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :29674503
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The development of inhibitory antibodies to factor VIII is the most serious complication of replacement therapy in hemophilia A. Activation of the innate immune system during exposure to this protein contributes to inhibitor development. However, avoidance of factor VIII exposure during innate immune system activation by external stimuli (e.g. vaccines) has not been consistently shown to prevent inhibitors. We hypothesized that dexamethasone, a drug with potent anti-inflammatory effects, could prevent inhibitors by promoting immunologic tolerance to factor VIII in hemophilia A mice. Transient dexamethasone treatment during initial factor VIII exposure reduced the incidence of anti-factor VIII immunoglobulin G in both a conventional hemophilia A mouse model (E16KO, 77% vs. 100%, p=0.048) and a hemophilia A mouse model with a humanized major histocompatibility complex type II transgene (E17KO/hMHC, 6% vs. 33%, p=0.0048). More importantly, among E17KO/hMHC mice that did not develop anti-factor VIII immunoglobulin G after initial exposure, dexamethasone-treated mice were less likely to develop a response after re-exposure 6 (7% vs. 52%, p=0.005) and 16 weeks later (7% vs. 50%, p=0.097). Similar results were obtained even when factor VIII re-exposure occurred in the context of lipopolysaccharide (30% vs. 100%, p=0.069). The ability of these mice to develop immunoglobulin G to human von Willebrand factor, a structurally unrelated antigen, remained unaffected by treatment. Transient dexamethasone administration therefore promotes antigen-specific immunologic tolerance to factor VIII. This effect is associated with an increase in the percentage of thymic regulatory T cells (12.06% vs. 4.73%, p<0.001) and changes in the thymic mRNA transcription profile.

Authors : Georgescu Maria T, Moorehead Paul C, van Velzen Alice S, Nesbitt Kate, Reipert Birgit M, Steinitz Katharina N, Schuster Maria, Hough Christine, Lillicrap David,



(7) Hif1a inactivation rescues photoreceptor degeneration induced by a chronic hypoxia-like stress.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :29666476
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Reduced choroidal blood flow and tissue changes in the ageing human eye impair oxygen delivery to photoreceptors and the retinal pigment epithelium. As a consequence, mild but chronic hypoxia may develop and disturb cell metabolism, function and ultimately survival, potentially contributing to retinal pathologies such as age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Here, we show that several hypoxia-inducible genes were expressed at higher levels in the aged human retina suggesting increased activity of hypoxia-inducible transcription factors (HIFs) during the physiological ageing process. To model chronically elevated HIF activity and investigate ensuing consequences for photoreceptors, we generated mice lacking von Hippel Lindau (VHL) protein in rods. This activated HIF transcription factors and led to a slowly progressing retinal degeneration in the ageing mouse retina. Importantly, this process depended mainly on HIF1 with only a minor contribution of HIF2. A gene therapy approach using AAV-mediated RNA interference through an anti-Hif1a shRNA significantly mitigated the degeneration suggesting a potential intervention strategy that may be applicable to human patients.

Authors : Barben Maya, Ail Divya, Storti Federica, Klee Katrin, Schori Christian, Samardzija Marijana, Michalakis Stylianos, Biel Martin, Meneau Isabelle, Blaser Frank, Barthelmes Daniel, Grimm Christian,



(8) Role for Cela1 in Postnatal Lung Remodeling and AAT-deficient Emphysema.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :29420065
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α1-antitrypsin (AAT) deficiency-related emphysema is the fourth leading indication for lung transplantation. Chymotrypsin-like elastase 1 (Cela1) is a digestive protease that is expressed during lung development in association with regions of elastin remodeling, exhibits stretch-dependent expression during lung regeneration, and binds lung elastin in a stretch-dependent manner. AAT covalently neutralizes Cela1 in vitro.

Authors : Joshi Rashika, Heinz Andrea, Fan Qiang, Guo Shuling, Monia Brett, Schmelzer Christian E H, Weiss Anthony S, Batie Matthew, Parameswaran Harikrishnan, Varisco Brian M,



(9) GATA3-induced vWF upregulation in the lung adenocarcinoma vasculature.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :29299165
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Lung adenocarcinoma (LAC) is the leading cause of cancer-related death worldwide. Aberrant expression of genes expressed preferentially in the lung tumor vasculature may yield clues for prognosis and treatment. Von Willebrand factor (vWF) is a large multifunctional glycoprotein with a well-known function in hemostasis. However, vWF has been reported to exert an anti-tumor effect, independent of its role in hemostasis. We investigated the expression of vWF in LAC through immunohistochemical staining of tumor tissue microarrays (TMAs). We found that vWF was overexpressed preferentially in the tumor vasculature of LAC compared with the adjacent tissue vasculature. Consistently, elevated vWF expression was found in endothelial cells (ECs) of fresh human LAC tissues and transplanted mouse LAC tissues. To understand the mechanism underlying vWF up-regulation in LAC vessels, we established a co-culture system. In this system, conditioned media (CM) collected from A549 cells increased vWF expression in human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVECs), suggesting enhanced expression is regulated by the LAC secretome. Subsequent studies revealed that the transcription factor GATA3, but not ERG, a known regulator of vWF transcription in vascular cells, mediated the vWF elevation. Chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) assays validated that GATA3 binds directly to the +220 GATA binding motif on the human vWF promoter and A549 conditioned media significantly increases the binding of GATA3. Taken together, we demonstrate that vWF expression in ECs of LAC is elevated by the cancer cell-derived secretome through enhanced GATA3-mediated transcription.

Authors : Xu Yinghua, Pan Silin, Liu Jing, Dong Fengyun, Cheng Zuowang, Zhang Jinjin, Qi Ruixia, Zang Qi, Zhang Caiqing, Wang Xia, Zhang Jiandong, Wang Fufang, Allen Thaddeus D, Liu Ju,



(10) A novel role for the macrophage galactose-type lectin receptor in mediating von Willebrand factor clearance.[TOP]

Pubmed ID :29282218
Publication Date : //
Previous studies have shown that loss of terminal sialic acid causes enhanced von Willebrand factor (VWF) clearance through the Ashwell-Morrell receptor (AMR). In this study, we investigated (1) the specific importance of - vs -linked sialic acid in protecting against VWF clearance and (2) whether additional receptors contribute to the reduced half-life of hyposialylated VWF. α2-3-linked sialic acid accounts for <20% of total sialic acid and is predominantly expressed on VWF -glycans. Nevertheless, specific digestion with α2-3 neuraminidase (α2-3Neu-VWF) was sufficient to cause markedly enhanced VWF clearance. Interestingly, in vivo clearance experiments in dual mice demonstrated enhanced clearance of α2-3Neu-VWF even in the absence of the AMR. The macrophage galactose-type lectin (MGL) is a C-type lectin that binds to glycoproteins expressing terminal -acetylgalactosamine or galactose residues. Importantly, the markedly enhanced clearance of hyposialylated VWF in mice was significantly attenuated in the presence of an anti-MGL inhibitory antibody. Furthermore, dose-dependent binding of human VWF to purified recombinant human MGL was confirmed using surface plasmon resonance. Additionally, plasma VWF:Ag levels were significantly elevated in mice compared with controls. Collectively, these findings identify MGL as a novel macrophage receptor for VWF that significantly contributes to the clearance of both wild-type and hyposialylated VWF.

Authors : Ward Soracha E, O'Sullivan Jamie M, Drakeford Clive, Aguila Sonia, Jondle Christopher N, Sharma Jyotika, Fallon Padraic G, Brophy Teresa M, Preston Roger J S, Smyth Paul, Sheils Orla, Chion Alain, O'Donnell James S,