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Optimal Route for Mesenchymal Stem Cells Transplantation after Severe Intraventricular Hemorrhage in Newborn Rats.

Ahn SY, Chang YS, Sung DK, Sung SI, Yoo HS, Im GH, Choi SJ, Park WS - PLoS ONE (2015)

Bottom Line: At P32, brain tissue samples were obtained for biochemical and histological analyses.Although more MSCs localized to the brain after IC than after IV delivery, both methods were equally effective in preventing PHH; attenuating impaired rotarod test; increasing the number of TUNEL-positive cells, inflammatory cytokines, and astrogliosis; and reducing corpus callosal thickness and myelin basic protein expression after severe IVH regardless of mannitol co-infusion.These findings suggest that the less invasive IV route might be a good alternative for clinically unstable, very preterm infants that cannot tolerate a more invasive IC delivery of MSCs.

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Affiliation: Department of Pediatrics, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Seoul, Korea.

ABSTRACT
Recently, we showed that intracerebroventricular (IC) transplantation of human umbilical cord blood (UCB)-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) significantly attenuates posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus (PHH) and brain damage after severe IVH in newborn rats. This study was performed to determine the optimal route for transplanting MSCs for severe IVH by comparing IC transplantation, intravenous (IV) transplantation, and IV transplantation plus mannitol infusion. Severe IVH was induced by injecting 100 uL of blood into each ventricle of Sprague-Dawley rats on postnatal day 4 (P4). After confirming severe IVH with brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at P5, human UCB-derived MSCs were transplanted at P6 by an IC route (1×105), an IV route (5×105), or an IV route with mannitol infused. Follow-up brain MRIs and rotarod tests were performed. At P32, brain tissue samples were obtained for biochemical and histological analyses. Although more MSCs localized to the brain after IC than after IV delivery, both methods were equally effective in preventing PHH; attenuating impaired rotarod test; increasing the number of TUNEL-positive cells, inflammatory cytokines, and astrogliosis; and reducing corpus callosal thickness and myelin basic protein expression after severe IVH regardless of mannitol co-infusion. Despite the superior delivery efficacy with IC than with the IV route, both IC and IV transplantation of MSCs had equal therapeutic efficacy in protecting against severe IVH. These findings suggest that the less invasive IV route might be a good alternative for clinically unstable, very preterm infants that cannot tolerate a more invasive IC delivery of MSCs.

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Delayed myelination and corpus callosum thinning induced by posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus in newborn rats.A, Representative immunofluorescence photomicrographs of the periventricular area in each group with staining for myelin basic protein (MBP) (green) and DAPI (blue). B, Average MBP density in each group. C, Representative optical photomicrographs of the corpus callosum stained with hematoxylin and eosin (original magnification; x100, scale bars; 200 μm). D, Corpus callosum thickness in each group. Data are expressed as mean ± SEM. NC, normal control rats; IC, IVH control rats; IC+man, IVH control rats+mannitol; IMV, IVH with intravenous transplantation of human UCB-MSCs; IMV+man, IVH with intravenous transplantation of human UCB-MSCs+mannitol; IMC, IVH with intracerebroventricular transplantation of human UCB-MSCs. * P <0.05 vs. NC, # P <0.05 vs. IC, †P <0.05 vs. IC+man.
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pone.0132919.g004: Delayed myelination and corpus callosum thinning induced by posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus in newborn rats.A, Representative immunofluorescence photomicrographs of the periventricular area in each group with staining for myelin basic protein (MBP) (green) and DAPI (blue). B, Average MBP density in each group. C, Representative optical photomicrographs of the corpus callosum stained with hematoxylin and eosin (original magnification; x100, scale bars; 200 μm). D, Corpus callosum thickness in each group. Data are expressed as mean ± SEM. NC, normal control rats; IC, IVH control rats; IC+man, IVH control rats+mannitol; IMV, IVH with intravenous transplantation of human UCB-MSCs; IMV+man, IVH with intravenous transplantation of human UCB-MSCs+mannitol; IMC, IVH with intracerebroventricular transplantation of human UCB-MSCs. * P <0.05 vs. NC, # P <0.05 vs. IC, †P <0.05 vs. IC+man.

Mentions: Myelination in the periventricular area was estimated by MBP immunostaining at P32. The optical density of MBP, indicative of the extent of myelination, was significantly lower in the IC group than in the NC group. This impaired myelination was significantly improved in the IMC, IMV, and IMV+man groups but not in the IC+man group (Fig 4A and 4C).


Optimal Route for Mesenchymal Stem Cells Transplantation after Severe Intraventricular Hemorrhage in Newborn Rats.

Ahn SY, Chang YS, Sung DK, Sung SI, Yoo HS, Im GH, Choi SJ, Park WS - PLoS ONE (2015)

Delayed myelination and corpus callosum thinning induced by posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus in newborn rats.A, Representative immunofluorescence photomicrographs of the periventricular area in each group with staining for myelin basic protein (MBP) (green) and DAPI (blue). B, Average MBP density in each group. C, Representative optical photomicrographs of the corpus callosum stained with hematoxylin and eosin (original magnification; x100, scale bars; 200 μm). D, Corpus callosum thickness in each group. Data are expressed as mean ± SEM. NC, normal control rats; IC, IVH control rats; IC+man, IVH control rats+mannitol; IMV, IVH with intravenous transplantation of human UCB-MSCs; IMV+man, IVH with intravenous transplantation of human UCB-MSCs+mannitol; IMC, IVH with intracerebroventricular transplantation of human UCB-MSCs. * P <0.05 vs. NC, # P <0.05 vs. IC, †P <0.05 vs. IC+man.
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pone.0132919.g004: Delayed myelination and corpus callosum thinning induced by posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus in newborn rats.A, Representative immunofluorescence photomicrographs of the periventricular area in each group with staining for myelin basic protein (MBP) (green) and DAPI (blue). B, Average MBP density in each group. C, Representative optical photomicrographs of the corpus callosum stained with hematoxylin and eosin (original magnification; x100, scale bars; 200 μm). D, Corpus callosum thickness in each group. Data are expressed as mean ± SEM. NC, normal control rats; IC, IVH control rats; IC+man, IVH control rats+mannitol; IMV, IVH with intravenous transplantation of human UCB-MSCs; IMV+man, IVH with intravenous transplantation of human UCB-MSCs+mannitol; IMC, IVH with intracerebroventricular transplantation of human UCB-MSCs. * P <0.05 vs. NC, # P <0.05 vs. IC, †P <0.05 vs. IC+man.
Mentions: Myelination in the periventricular area was estimated by MBP immunostaining at P32. The optical density of MBP, indicative of the extent of myelination, was significantly lower in the IC group than in the NC group. This impaired myelination was significantly improved in the IMC, IMV, and IMV+man groups but not in the IC+man group (Fig 4A and 4C).

Bottom Line: At P32, brain tissue samples were obtained for biochemical and histological analyses.Although more MSCs localized to the brain after IC than after IV delivery, both methods were equally effective in preventing PHH; attenuating impaired rotarod test; increasing the number of TUNEL-positive cells, inflammatory cytokines, and astrogliosis; and reducing corpus callosal thickness and myelin basic protein expression after severe IVH regardless of mannitol co-infusion.These findings suggest that the less invasive IV route might be a good alternative for clinically unstable, very preterm infants that cannot tolerate a more invasive IC delivery of MSCs.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Pediatrics, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Seoul, Korea.

ABSTRACT
Recently, we showed that intracerebroventricular (IC) transplantation of human umbilical cord blood (UCB)-derived mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) significantly attenuates posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus (PHH) and brain damage after severe IVH in newborn rats. This study was performed to determine the optimal route for transplanting MSCs for severe IVH by comparing IC transplantation, intravenous (IV) transplantation, and IV transplantation plus mannitol infusion. Severe IVH was induced by injecting 100 uL of blood into each ventricle of Sprague-Dawley rats on postnatal day 4 (P4). After confirming severe IVH with brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at P5, human UCB-derived MSCs were transplanted at P6 by an IC route (1×105), an IV route (5×105), or an IV route with mannitol infused. Follow-up brain MRIs and rotarod tests were performed. At P32, brain tissue samples were obtained for biochemical and histological analyses. Although more MSCs localized to the brain after IC than after IV delivery, both methods were equally effective in preventing PHH; attenuating impaired rotarod test; increasing the number of TUNEL-positive cells, inflammatory cytokines, and astrogliosis; and reducing corpus callosal thickness and myelin basic protein expression after severe IVH regardless of mannitol co-infusion. Despite the superior delivery efficacy with IC than with the IV route, both IC and IV transplantation of MSCs had equal therapeutic efficacy in protecting against severe IVH. These findings suggest that the less invasive IV route might be a good alternative for clinically unstable, very preterm infants that cannot tolerate a more invasive IC delivery of MSCs.

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