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ADIPONECTIN DIMINISHES ORGAN-SPECIFIC MICROVASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL CELL ACTIVATION ASSOCIATED WITH SEPSIS

van Meurs, M., Castro, P., Shapiro, N. I., Lu, S., Yano, M., Maeda, N., Funahashi, T., Shimomura, I., Zijlstra, J. G., Molema, G., Parikh, S. M., Aird, W. C. & Yano, K., Apr-2012, In : Shock. 37, 4, p. 392-398 7 p.

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  • Matijs van Meurs
  • Pedro Castro
  • Nathan I. Shapiro
  • Shulin Lu
  • Midori Yano
  • Norikazu Maeda
  • Tohru Funahashi
  • Ichiro Shimomura
  • Jan G. Zijlstra
  • Grietje Molema
  • Samir M. Parikh
  • William C. Aird
  • Kiichiro Yano

Experimental sepsis was induced in male C57BL/6j, adiponectin-deficient mice (ADPNKO), and wild-type littermates by i.p. injection of 16 mg/kg lipopolysaccharide or cecal ligation and puncture. Blood and tissue samples were harvested 24 h after model induction. Circulating adiponectin is reduced in mice with endotoxemic challenge and after cecal ligation and puncture compared with healthy control mice. Quantitative reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction for adiponectin reveals a pattern of response that is both model-and organ-specific. When challenged with sepsis, adiponectin deficiency results in increased expression of endothelial adhesion and coagulation molecules in the lung, liver, and kidney as quantified by reverse transcriptase-polymerase chain reaction, increased macrophage and neutrophil infiltration by immunohistochemistry, and vascular leakage in the liver and kidney. Adiponectin-deficient mice have reduced survival following cecal ligation and puncture and increased blood levels of interleukin 6, soluble vascular endothelial growth factor receptor 1, and soluble endothelial adhesion molecules E-selectin and intercellular adhesion molecule 1. Finally, ADPNKO promoted end-organ injury in the liver and kidney, whereas the lungs were not affected. These data suggest a protective role of adiponectin in diminishing microvascular organ-specific endothelial cell activation during sepsis.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)392-398
Number of pages7
JournalShock
Volume37
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Apr-2012

    Keywords

  • Adiponectin, sepsis, endothelium, multiple organ dysfunction, adhesion molecules, INTENSIVE-CARE-UNIT, SERUM ADIPONECTIN, HEMORRHAGIC-SHOCK, ADIPOSE-TISSUE, GROWTH-FACTOR, MICE LACKING, MORTALITY, EXPRESSION, OBESITY, HETEROGENEITY

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