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THE EFFECTS OF GLUCOCORTICOIDS ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF FIBRONECTIN, CADHERIN AND BETA-CATENIN MOLECULES DURING MOUSE LUNG DEVELOPMENT

Year 2009, Volume 5, Issue 1, 27 - 38, 01.03.2009

Abstract

Mammalian lung development involves complex relationships between cells and extracellular matrices. This process mediated by a series of matrix components and adhesion molecules such as fibronectin, laminin, cadherin, catenin and collagen. Glucocorticoids play a central role in fetal lung development. For example it is known that, glucocorticoid administration during pregnancy alters the maturation of the lung. In the present study, we used an immunohistochemical method to evaluate the possible effect of exogenous glucocorticoids to developmental profile of fibronectin, cadherin and betacatenin molecules. Dexamethasone was administrated to pregnant mice on days 11, 12, 13 and 14 of gestation. Animals were sacrificed on days 12, 13, 14 and 15, and stained with polyclonal antibodies to fibronectin, pan-cadherin and beta-catenin. Our results indicated that staining reactivities of fibronectin, pancadherin and beta-catenin were similar in distal epithelia, conductive airways, basal membranes, luminal surfaces of airways and mesenchymal cells. Therefore, we suggest that, 24 hourly antenatal dexamethasone treatments couldn’t completely affect fibronectin, cadherin and beta-catenin contents in evaluated periods of developing lung.

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  • Rosenkrans, W.A. Jr., Albright, J.T., Hausman, R.E., and Penney, D.P., “Light- microscopic immunocytochemical localization of fibronectin in the developing rat lung” Cell Tissue Research 233: 113-123 (1983).
  • Roman, J., “Fibronectin and fibronectin receptors in lung development” Experimental Lung Research, 23: 147-159 (1997).
  • Sakai, T., Larsen, M., and Yamada, K.M., “Fibronectin
  • morphogenesis”, Nature, 42: 876-881 (2003). in
  • branching [40] Takeichi, M., “The cadherins: cell-cell adhesion
  • morphogenesis”, Development, 102: 639-655 (1988). controlling
  • animal [41] Hirai, Y., Nose, A., Kobayashi, S., and Takeichi, M., “Expression and role of E- and P- cadherin adhesion molecules in embryonic histogenesis. I. Lung epithelial morphogenesis”, Development, 105: 263-270 (1989).
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  • Mucenski, M.L., Nation, J.M., Thitoff, A.R., Besnard, V., Xu, Y., Wert, S.E., Harada, N., Taketo, M.M., Stahlman, M.T., and Whitsett, J.A., “Beta-catenin
  • respiratory epithelial cells in vivo” American Journal of Physiology. Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology, 289: L971-L979 (2005).
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  • fibronectin- [56] Cole, T.J., Solomon, N.M., Van Driel, R., Monk, J.A., Bird, D., Richardson, S.J., Dilley, R.J., and Hooper, S.B., “Altered epithelial cell proportions in the fetal lung of glucocorticoid receptor null mice”, American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology,30: 613- 619 (2004).
  • Snyder, J.M., Rodgers, H.F., O'Brien, J.A.,
  • Mahli, N., Magliato, S.A., and Durham, P.L.,
  • “Glucocorticoid effects on rabbit fetal lung
  • maturation in vivo: an ultrastructural
  • morphometric study”, The Anatomical Record, 232: 133-140 (1992).
  • Geliş Tarihi: 20/01/2009 Kabul Tarihi: 09/04/2009

FARE AKCİĞER GELİŞİMİNDE GLUKOKORTİKOİDLERİN FİBRONEKTİN, KADERİN VE BETA-KATENİN MOLEKÜLLERİNİN DAĞILIŞLARI ÜZERİNE ETKİSİ

Year 2009, Volume 5, Issue 1, 27 - 38, 01.03.2009

Abstract

Memeli akciger gelisimi hücreler ile ekstrasellüler matriksler arasında gerçeklesen kompleks etkilesimleri içerir. Bu süreç, fibronektin, laminin, kaderin, katenin ve kollajen gibi bir dizi matriks bileseni ve adezyon molekülü tarafından düzenlenmektedir. Glukokortikoidler fötal akciger gelisiminde merkezi bir role sahiptir. Örnegin, gebelik sırasında glukokortikoid uygulamasının akciger gelisiminde degisiklige neden oldugu bilinmektedir. Bu çalısmada, eksojen glukokortikoidlerin fibronektin, kaderin ve beta-katenin moleküllerinin gelisimsel profili üzerine etkilerini belirlemek için immunohistokimyasal bir yöntem uygulandı. Deksametazon gebeligin 11., 12., 13. ve 14. günlerinde hamile farelere verildi. Hayvanlar 12., 13., 14. ve 15. günlerde kesildi ve fibronektin, pan-kaderin ve beta-katenin poliklonal antikorları ile boyandı. Bulgularımız, distal epitelyum, iletici hava kanalları, bazal membranlar, kanalların lümene bakan yüzeyleri ve mezensim hücrelerinde fibronektin, pan-kaderin ve beta-katenin reaktivitelerinin benzer oldugunu gösterdi. Bu sonuçlar, 24 saatlik dogum öncesi deksametazon uygulamalarının incelenen devrelerde gelisen akciger dokularında fibronektin, kaderin ve beta-katenin içerikleri üzerine tam bir etkisinin olmadıgını düsündürmüstür.

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  • Sannes, P.L., Burch, K.K., Khosla, J., McCarthy,
  • “Immunohistochemical localization of chondroitin sulfate, chondroitin sulfate proteoglycan, heparan sulfate proteoglycan, entactin, and laminin in basement membranes of postnatal developing and adult rat lungs”, American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology 8: 245-251 (1993).
  • Schuger, L., O'Shea, S., Rheinheimer, J., and Varani, J., “Laminin in lung development: effects of anti-laminin antibody in murine lung morphogenesis”. Developmental Biology 137: 26- 32 (1990).
  • Mosher, D.F., “Physiology of fibronectin”, Annual Review of Medicine 35: 561-575 (1984).
  • Dufour, S., Duband, J.L., and Thiery, J.P., “Role of a major cell-substratum adhesion system in cell behavior and morphogenesis” Biologie Cellulaire 58: 1-13 (1986).
  • Glukhova, M.A., and Thiery, J.P., “Fibronectin and integrins in development”, Seminars in Cancer Biology 4: 241-249 (1993).
  • Derin, B.G., Erdogan, D., Take, G., and Lortlar, N., “Immunohistochemical localization of extracellular matrix proteins in developing lung tissues” Saudii Medical Journal 28: 334-338 (2007).
  • Snyder, J.M., O'Brien, J.A., and Rodgers, H.F.,”Localization and accumulation of fibronectin in rabbit fetal lung tissue” Differentiation 34: 32- 39 (1987).
  • Rosenkrans, W.A. Jr., Albright, J.T., Hausman, R.E., and Penney, D.P., “Ultrastructural immunocytochemical localization of fibronectin in the developing rat lung” Cell Tissue Research 234: 165-177 (1983).
  • Rosenkrans, W.A. Jr., Albright, J.T., Hausman, R.E., and Penney, D.P., “Light- microscopic immunocytochemical localization of fibronectin in the developing rat lung” Cell Tissue Research 233: 113-123 (1983).
  • Roman, J., “Fibronectin and fibronectin receptors in lung development” Experimental Lung Research, 23: 147-159 (1997).
  • Sakai, T., Larsen, M., and Yamada, K.M., “Fibronectin
  • morphogenesis”, Nature, 42: 876-881 (2003). in
  • branching [40] Takeichi, M., “The cadherins: cell-cell adhesion
  • morphogenesis”, Development, 102: 639-655 (1988). controlling
  • animal [41] Hirai, Y., Nose, A., Kobayashi, S., and Takeichi, M., “Expression and role of E- and P- cadherin adhesion molecules in embryonic histogenesis. I. Lung epithelial morphogenesis”, Development, 105: 263-270 (1989).
  • Gooding, J.M., Yap, K.L., and Ikura, M., “The cadherin-catenin complex as a focal point of cell adhesion and signalling: new insights from three- dimensional structures”, Bioessays, 26: 497-511 (2004).
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  • Mucenski, M.L., Wert, S.E., Nation, J.M., Loudy, D.E., Huelsken, J., Birchmeier, W., Morrisey, E.E., and Whitsett, J.A., “beta-Catenin is required for specification of proximal/distal cell fate during lung morphogenesis” Journal of Biological Chemistry, 278: 40231-40238 (2003).
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  • Akiyama, T., “Wnt/beta-catenin signaling”, Cytokine and Growth Factor Reviews. 11: 273-282 (2000).
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  • Mucenski, M.L., Nation, J.M., Thitoff, A.R., Besnard, V., Xu, Y., Wert, S.E., Harada, N., Taketo, M.M., Stahlman, M.T., and Whitsett, J.A., “Beta-catenin
  • respiratory epithelial cells in vivo” American Journal of Physiology. Lung Cellular and Molecular Physiology, 289: L971-L979 (2005).
  • of Mendelson, C.R., Acarregui, M.J., Odom, M.J., and Boggaram, V., “Developmental and hormonal regulation of surfactant protein A (SP- A) gene expression in fetal lung”, Journal of Developmental Physiology,15: 61-69 (1991).
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  • “Glucocorticoid receptors and the role of glucocorticoids in fetal lung development”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America,69: 2668-2672 (1972).
  • Arai, H., Kikuchi, W., Ishida, A., and Takada, G., “Dexamethasone-induced prenatal alveolar wall thinning is associated with a decrease in EIIIA+ fibronectin isoform in the fetal rat lung”, Biology of the Neonate, 87: 113-120 (2005).
  • Brenner, R.E., Felger, D., Winter, C., Christiansen, A., Hofmann, D., and Bartmann, P., “Effects of dexamethasone on proliferation, chemotaxis,
  • metabolism of human fetal lung fibroblasts”, Pediatric Pulmonology,32: 1-7 (2001).
  • fibronectin- [56] Cole, T.J., Solomon, N.M., Van Driel, R., Monk, J.A., Bird, D., Richardson, S.J., Dilley, R.J., and Hooper, S.B., “Altered epithelial cell proportions in the fetal lung of glucocorticoid receptor null mice”, American Journal of Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology,30: 613- 619 (2004).
  • Snyder, J.M., Rodgers, H.F., O'Brien, J.A.,
  • Mahli, N., Magliato, S.A., and Durham, P.L.,
  • “Glucocorticoid effects on rabbit fetal lung
  • maturation in vivo: an ultrastructural
  • morphometric study”, The Anatomical Record, 232: 133-140 (1992).
  • Geliş Tarihi: 20/01/2009 Kabul Tarihi: 09/04/2009

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Primary Language Turkish
Subjects Engineering
Journal Section Articles
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Pervin TOPARLAK This is me


Mesut ŞAHİN This is me


Ayça GÜMÜŞ This is me


Erdal BALCAN>

Publication Date March 1, 2009
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APA Toparlak, P. , Şahin, M. , Gümüş, A. & Balcan, E. (2009). FARE AKCİĞER GELİŞİMİNDE GLUKOKORTİKOİDLERİN FİBRONEKTİN, KADERİN VE BETA-KATENİN MOLEKÜLLERİNİN DAĞILIŞLARI ÜZERİNE ETKİSİ . Celal Bayar University Journal of Science , 5 (1) , 27-38 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/cbayarfbe/issue/4048/53363
MLA Toparlak, P. , Şahin, M. , Gümüş, A. , Balcan, E. "FARE AKCİĞER GELİŞİMİNDE GLUKOKORTİKOİDLERİN FİBRONEKTİN, KADERİN VE BETA-KATENİN MOLEKÜLLERİNİN DAĞILIŞLARI ÜZERİNE ETKİSİ" . Celal Bayar University Journal of Science 5 (2009 ): 27-38 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/cbayarfbe/issue/4048/53363>
Chicago Toparlak, P. , Şahin, M. , Gümüş, A. , Balcan, E. "FARE AKCİĞER GELİŞİMİNDE GLUKOKORTİKOİDLERİN FİBRONEKTİN, KADERİN VE BETA-KATENİN MOLEKÜLLERİNİN DAĞILIŞLARI ÜZERİNE ETKİSİ". Celal Bayar University Journal of Science 5 (2009 ): 27-38
RIS TY - JOUR T1 - THE EFFECTS OF GLUCOCORTICOIDS ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF FIBRONECTIN, CADHERIN AND BETA-CATENIN MOLECULES DURING MOUSE LUNG DEVELOPMENT AU - PervinToparlak, MesutŞahin, AyçaGümüş, ErdalBalcan Y1 - 2009 PY - 2009 N1 - DO - T2 - Celal Bayar University Journal of Science JF - Journal JO - JOR SP - 27 EP - 38 VL - 5 IS - 1 SN - 1305-130X-1305-1385 M3 - UR - Y2 - 2022 ER -
EndNote %0 Celal Bayar University Journal of Science FARE AKCİĞER GELİŞİMİNDE GLUKOKORTİKOİDLERİN FİBRONEKTİN, KADERİN VE BETA-KATENİN MOLEKÜLLERİNİN DAĞILIŞLARI ÜZERİNE ETKİSİ %A Pervin Toparlak , Mesut Şahin , Ayça Gümüş , Erdal Balcan %T FARE AKCİĞER GELİŞİMİNDE GLUKOKORTİKOİDLERİN FİBRONEKTİN, KADERİN VE BETA-KATENİN MOLEKÜLLERİNİN DAĞILIŞLARI ÜZERİNE ETKİSİ %D 2009 %J Celal Bayar University Journal of Science %P 1305-130X-1305-1385 %V 5 %N 1 %R %U
ISNAD Toparlak, Pervin , Şahin, Mesut , Gümüş, Ayça , Balcan, Erdal . "FARE AKCİĞER GELİŞİMİNDE GLUKOKORTİKOİDLERİN FİBRONEKTİN, KADERİN VE BETA-KATENİN MOLEKÜLLERİNİN DAĞILIŞLARI ÜZERİNE ETKİSİ". Celal Bayar University Journal of Science 5 / 1 (March 2009): 27-38 .
AMA Toparlak P. , Şahin M. , Gümüş A. , Balcan E. FARE AKCİĞER GELİŞİMİNDE GLUKOKORTİKOİDLERİN FİBRONEKTİN, KADERİN VE BETA-KATENİN MOLEKÜLLERİNİN DAĞILIŞLARI ÜZERİNE ETKİSİ. CBUJOS. 2009; 5(1): 27-38.
Vancouver Toparlak P. , Şahin M. , Gümüş A. , Balcan E. FARE AKCİĞER GELİŞİMİNDE GLUKOKORTİKOİDLERİN FİBRONEKTİN, KADERİN VE BETA-KATENİN MOLEKÜLLERİNİN DAĞILIŞLARI ÜZERİNE ETKİSİ. Celal Bayar University Journal of Science. 2009; 5(1): 27-38.
IEEE P. Toparlak , M. Şahin , A. Gümüş and E. Balcan , "FARE AKCİĞER GELİŞİMİNDE GLUKOKORTİKOİDLERİN FİBRONEKTİN, KADERİN VE BETA-KATENİN MOLEKÜLLERİNİN DAĞILIŞLARI ÜZERİNE ETKİSİ", Celal Bayar University Journal of Science, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 27-38, Mar. 2009