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Antithrombin III/SerpinC1 insufficiency exacerbates renal ischemia/reperfusion injury.

Wang F, Zhang G, Lu Z, Geurts AM, Usa K, Jacob HJ, Cowley AW, Wang N, Liang M - Kidney Int. (2015)

Bottom Line: Antithrombin III, encoded by SerpinC1, is a major anti-coagulation molecule in vivo and has anti-inflammatory effects.We found that patients with low antithrombin III activities presented a higher risk of developing acute kidney injury after cardiac surgery.Thus, our study found a novel role of SerpinC1 insufficiency in increasing the severity of renal ischemia/reperfusion injury.

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Affiliation: Department of Nephrology and Rheumatology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Affiliated Sixth People's Hospital, Shanghai, China.

ABSTRACT
Antithrombin III, encoded by SerpinC1, is a major anti-coagulation molecule in vivo and has anti-inflammatory effects. We found that patients with low antithrombin III activities presented a higher risk of developing acute kidney injury after cardiac surgery. To study this further, we generated SerpinC1 heterozygous knockout rats and followed the development of acute kidney injury in a model of modest renal ischemia/reperfusion injury. Renal injury, assessed by serum creatinine and renal tubular injury scores after 24 h of reperfusion, was significantly exacerbated in SerpinC1(+/-) rats compared to wild-type littermates. Concomitantly, renal oxidative stress, tubular apoptosis, and macrophage infiltration following this injury were significantly aggravated in SerpinC1(+/-) rats. However, significant thrombosis was not found in the kidneys of any group of rats. Antithrombin III is reported to stimulate the production of prostaglandin I2, a known regulator of renal cortical blood flow, in addition to having anti-inflammatory effects and to protect against renal failure. Prostaglandin F1α, an assayable metabolite of prostaglandin I2, was increased in the kidneys of the wild-type rats at 3 h after reperfusion. The increase of prostaglandin F1α was significantly blunted in SerpinC1(+/-) rats, which preceded increased tubular injury and oxidative stress. Thus, our study found a novel role of SerpinC1 insufficiency in increasing the severity of renal ischemia/reperfusion injury.

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SerpinC1 insufficiency exacerbated renal histological injury in ischemia/reperfusion injury (IRI). Rats were subjected to uninephrectomy and 30 min of warm ischemia of the remaining kidney. Kidneys were harvested 24 h after reperfusion. (a) Representative images of periodic acid–Schiff (PAS) staining (× 200). (b) Tubule injury scores. N=6. Het, SerpinC1+/− rat; IR, ischemia/reperfusion; Sham, sham operated; WT, wild-type littermate.
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fig2: SerpinC1 insufficiency exacerbated renal histological injury in ischemia/reperfusion injury (IRI). Rats were subjected to uninephrectomy and 30 min of warm ischemia of the remaining kidney. Kidneys were harvested 24 h after reperfusion. (a) Representative images of periodic acid–Schiff (PAS) staining (× 200). (b) Tubule injury scores. N=6. Het, SerpinC1+/− rat; IR, ischemia/reperfusion; Sham, sham operated; WT, wild-type littermate.

Mentions: The pathological findings in SerpinC1+/− rats and wild-type littermates following IRI or sham operation are summarized in Figure 2. Tubular detachment, foamy degeneration, and necrosis were observed in rats of both genotypes following IRI. Tubular injury, however, was significantly more severe in SerpinC1+/− rats than in wild-type littermates (Figure 2).


Antithrombin III/SerpinC1 insufficiency exacerbates renal ischemia/reperfusion injury.

Wang F, Zhang G, Lu Z, Geurts AM, Usa K, Jacob HJ, Cowley AW, Wang N, Liang M - Kidney Int. (2015)

SerpinC1 insufficiency exacerbated renal histological injury in ischemia/reperfusion injury (IRI). Rats were subjected to uninephrectomy and 30 min of warm ischemia of the remaining kidney. Kidneys were harvested 24 h after reperfusion. (a) Representative images of periodic acid–Schiff (PAS) staining (× 200). (b) Tubule injury scores. N=6. Het, SerpinC1+/− rat; IR, ischemia/reperfusion; Sham, sham operated; WT, wild-type littermate.
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fig2: SerpinC1 insufficiency exacerbated renal histological injury in ischemia/reperfusion injury (IRI). Rats were subjected to uninephrectomy and 30 min of warm ischemia of the remaining kidney. Kidneys were harvested 24 h after reperfusion. (a) Representative images of periodic acid–Schiff (PAS) staining (× 200). (b) Tubule injury scores. N=6. Het, SerpinC1+/− rat; IR, ischemia/reperfusion; Sham, sham operated; WT, wild-type littermate.
Mentions: The pathological findings in SerpinC1+/− rats and wild-type littermates following IRI or sham operation are summarized in Figure 2. Tubular detachment, foamy degeneration, and necrosis were observed in rats of both genotypes following IRI. Tubular injury, however, was significantly more severe in SerpinC1+/− rats than in wild-type littermates (Figure 2).

Bottom Line: Antithrombin III, encoded by SerpinC1, is a major anti-coagulation molecule in vivo and has anti-inflammatory effects.We found that patients with low antithrombin III activities presented a higher risk of developing acute kidney injury after cardiac surgery.Thus, our study found a novel role of SerpinC1 insufficiency in increasing the severity of renal ischemia/reperfusion injury.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Nephrology and Rheumatology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University Affiliated Sixth People's Hospital, Shanghai, China.

ABSTRACT
Antithrombin III, encoded by SerpinC1, is a major anti-coagulation molecule in vivo and has anti-inflammatory effects. We found that patients with low antithrombin III activities presented a higher risk of developing acute kidney injury after cardiac surgery. To study this further, we generated SerpinC1 heterozygous knockout rats and followed the development of acute kidney injury in a model of modest renal ischemia/reperfusion injury. Renal injury, assessed by serum creatinine and renal tubular injury scores after 24 h of reperfusion, was significantly exacerbated in SerpinC1(+/-) rats compared to wild-type littermates. Concomitantly, renal oxidative stress, tubular apoptosis, and macrophage infiltration following this injury were significantly aggravated in SerpinC1(+/-) rats. However, significant thrombosis was not found in the kidneys of any group of rats. Antithrombin III is reported to stimulate the production of prostaglandin I2, a known regulator of renal cortical blood flow, in addition to having anti-inflammatory effects and to protect against renal failure. Prostaglandin F1α, an assayable metabolite of prostaglandin I2, was increased in the kidneys of the wild-type rats at 3 h after reperfusion. The increase of prostaglandin F1α was significantly blunted in SerpinC1(+/-) rats, which preceded increased tubular injury and oxidative stress. Thus, our study found a novel role of SerpinC1 insufficiency in increasing the severity of renal ischemia/reperfusion injury.

No MeSH data available.


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