Affiliated Hospital of Luzhou Medical CollegeSichuan

of Luzhou, China

Affiliated Hospital of Luzhou Medical CollegeSichuan

of Luzhou, China
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Liu Y.,Affiliated Hospital of Luzhou Medical CollegeSichuan | Xei F.,Affiliated Hospital of Luzhou Medical CollegeSichuan | Xei F.,First Peoples Hospital Of Liangshan Yi Autonomous Prefectureliangshan | Xu X.-F.,Affiliated Hospital of Luzhou Medical CollegeSichuan | And 5 more authors.
International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine | Year: 2015

Objective: To investigate whether high glucose in vitro activating TNFR1 and further promote rat marrow endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs) apoptosis. Methods: Rat morrow endothelial progenitor cells were cultured and identified by Confocal Microscopy; then were treated with high glucose (5.5, 15, 30, 60 mmol/L), mannitol (15, 30, 60, 90 mmol/L), high glucose + Tempol and high glucose+ MAB430. Apoptosis rate of the above cells were detected by flow cytometry. ROS and MDA level and anti-O2- were detected by colorimetric technique; the expression level of TNFR1 induced signal pathway related proteins were detected by Western blotting. Results: High glucose can induce endothelial progenitor cells apoptosis, which is mostly in the later stage (72 h-96 h) instead of the earlier stage (24 h-48 h); high glucose can also induce oxidative stress reaction and the produces ROS and MDA increase significantly in the later stage (after 72 h), but anti-O2- decrease significantly. TNF apoptosis signal pathway related protein expression level not increase in the earlier stage (before 24 h) but increase significantly in the later stage (after 72 h). Tempol and MAB430 down-regulate TNF apoptosis signal pathway related protein expression and reduce EPCs apoptosis. Conclusion: High glucose activates the TNFR1 of TPCs through oxidative stress reaction and further induces cell apoptosis. © 2015 E-Century Publishing Corporation. All rights reserved.

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