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Characterization of human mesenchymal stem cell secretome at early steps of adipocyte and osteoblast differentiation.

Chiellini C, Cochet O, Negroni L, Samson M, Poggi M, Ailhaud G, Alessi MC, Dani C, Amri EZ - BMC Mol. Biol. (2008)

Bottom Line: Analysis of identified proteins showed that 52 % corresponded to classical secreted proteins characterized by a signal peptide, that 37 % previously described in the extracellular compartment were devoid of signal peptide and that 11 % neither exhibited a signal peptide nor had been previously described extracellularly.Quantitative analysis has been performed for 8 candidates: PAI-1, PEDF, BIGH3, PTX3, SPARC, ENO1, GRP78 and MMP2.Among them, PAI-1 was detected at day 0 and day 3 of osteoblast differentiation but never in adipocyte secretome.

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Affiliation: ISBDC, Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis, CNRS ; 28 avenue de Valrose, 06100 Nice, France. Chiara.Chiellini@gmail.com

ABSTRACT

Background: It is well established that adipose tissue plays a key role in energy storage and release but is also a secretory organ and a source of stem cells. Among different lineages, stem cells are able to differentiate into adipocytes and osteoblasts. As secreted proteins could regulate the balance between both lineages, we aimed at characterizing the secretome of human multipotent adipose-derived stem cell (hMADS) at an early step of commitment to adipocytes and osteoblasts.

Results: A proteomic approach, using mono-dimensional electrophoresis and tandem mass spectrometry, allowed us to identify a total of 73 proteins at day 0 and day 3 of adipocyte and osteoblast differentiation. Analysis of identified proteins showed that 52 % corresponded to classical secreted proteins characterized by a signal peptide, that 37 % previously described in the extracellular compartment were devoid of signal peptide and that 11 % neither exhibited a signal peptide nor had been previously described extracellularly. These proteins were classified into 8 clusters according to their function. Quantitative analysis has been performed for 8 candidates: PAI-1, PEDF, BIGH3, PTX3, SPARC, ENO1, GRP78 and MMP2. Among them, PAI-1 was detected at day 0 and day 3 of osteoblast differentiation but never in adipocyte secretome. Furthermore we showed that PAI-1 mRNA was down-regulated in the bone of ovariectomized mice.

Conclusion: Given its regulation during the early events of hMADS cell differentiation and its status in ovariectomized mice, PAI-1 could play a role in the adipocyte/osteoblast balance and thus in bone diseases such as osteoporosis.

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Distribution into clusters of hMADS cell secretome. Identified proteins were distributed in 8 main clusters created to classify hMADS cell secreted proteins and are presented in the pie chart. For each cluster the percentage of proteins included is reported.
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Figure 3: Distribution into clusters of hMADS cell secretome. Identified proteins were distributed in 8 main clusters created to classify hMADS cell secreted proteins and are presented in the pie chart. For each cluster the percentage of proteins included is reported.

Mentions: Finally, hMADS cell secretome was clustered in 8 main groups, as indicated in Table 1 and Figure 3. These clusters include: proteases, protease inhibitors, extracellular matrix (ECM) components, anti-inflammatory/anti-oxidant proteins, metabolic enzymes, cytoskeletal components, heat shock/protein folding proteins and other proteins. These clusters illustrated the diversity of hMADS cell secretome, thus suggesting that some of these proteins could be involved in the regulation of the adipocyte/osteoblast balance.


Characterization of human mesenchymal stem cell secretome at early steps of adipocyte and osteoblast differentiation.

Chiellini C, Cochet O, Negroni L, Samson M, Poggi M, Ailhaud G, Alessi MC, Dani C, Amri EZ - BMC Mol. Biol. (2008)

Distribution into clusters of hMADS cell secretome. Identified proteins were distributed in 8 main clusters created to classify hMADS cell secreted proteins and are presented in the pie chart. For each cluster the percentage of proteins included is reported.
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Figure 3: Distribution into clusters of hMADS cell secretome. Identified proteins were distributed in 8 main clusters created to classify hMADS cell secreted proteins and are presented in the pie chart. For each cluster the percentage of proteins included is reported.
Mentions: Finally, hMADS cell secretome was clustered in 8 main groups, as indicated in Table 1 and Figure 3. These clusters include: proteases, protease inhibitors, extracellular matrix (ECM) components, anti-inflammatory/anti-oxidant proteins, metabolic enzymes, cytoskeletal components, heat shock/protein folding proteins and other proteins. These clusters illustrated the diversity of hMADS cell secretome, thus suggesting that some of these proteins could be involved in the regulation of the adipocyte/osteoblast balance.

Bottom Line: Analysis of identified proteins showed that 52 % corresponded to classical secreted proteins characterized by a signal peptide, that 37 % previously described in the extracellular compartment were devoid of signal peptide and that 11 % neither exhibited a signal peptide nor had been previously described extracellularly.Quantitative analysis has been performed for 8 candidates: PAI-1, PEDF, BIGH3, PTX3, SPARC, ENO1, GRP78 and MMP2.Among them, PAI-1 was detected at day 0 and day 3 of osteoblast differentiation but never in adipocyte secretome.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

Affiliation: ISBDC, Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis, CNRS ; 28 avenue de Valrose, 06100 Nice, France. Chiara.Chiellini@gmail.com

ABSTRACT

Background: It is well established that adipose tissue plays a key role in energy storage and release but is also a secretory organ and a source of stem cells. Among different lineages, stem cells are able to differentiate into adipocytes and osteoblasts. As secreted proteins could regulate the balance between both lineages, we aimed at characterizing the secretome of human multipotent adipose-derived stem cell (hMADS) at an early step of commitment to adipocytes and osteoblasts.

Results: A proteomic approach, using mono-dimensional electrophoresis and tandem mass spectrometry, allowed us to identify a total of 73 proteins at day 0 and day 3 of adipocyte and osteoblast differentiation. Analysis of identified proteins showed that 52 % corresponded to classical secreted proteins characterized by a signal peptide, that 37 % previously described in the extracellular compartment were devoid of signal peptide and that 11 % neither exhibited a signal peptide nor had been previously described extracellularly. These proteins were classified into 8 clusters according to their function. Quantitative analysis has been performed for 8 candidates: PAI-1, PEDF, BIGH3, PTX3, SPARC, ENO1, GRP78 and MMP2. Among them, PAI-1 was detected at day 0 and day 3 of osteoblast differentiation but never in adipocyte secretome. Furthermore we showed that PAI-1 mRNA was down-regulated in the bone of ovariectomized mice.

Conclusion: Given its regulation during the early events of hMADS cell differentiation and its status in ovariectomized mice, PAI-1 could play a role in the adipocyte/osteoblast balance and thus in bone diseases such as osteoporosis.

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Related in: MedlinePlus