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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.5.2017.tde-01032017-140943
Document
Author
Full name
Silvana Ramos Atayde
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Capelozzi, Vera Luiza (President)
Teixeira, Lisete Ribeiro
Moreno, Fernando Salvador
Rocco, Patricia Rieken Macedo
Zerbini, Maria Claudia Nogueira
Title in Portuguese
Influência da suplementação de colágeno V bovino na inflamação e remodelamento da matriz extracelular na artrite induzida em ratos
Keywords in Portuguese
Artrite experimental
Colágeno
Inflamação
Matriz extracelular
Ratos
Suplementação alimentar
Abstract in Portuguese
Considerando que o colágeno tipo V (Col V) pode ser exposto em processos de remodelamento tecidual, gerando autoimunidade em diversas patologias, postulamos que a administração oral de Col V possa modular a inflamação e remodelamento da sinovite articular experimental, evitando a destruição articular. Neste estudo a artrite foi induzida em ratos Lewis, machos com aproximadamente 250g, por injeção intra-articular de 500 ug de albumina de soro bovino metilada (mBSA) emulsificada em adjuvante de Freund completo (ACF) (10 ul), seguido por reforços intra-articulares de mBSA (500 ug) em solução salina (50 ul), após 7 e 14 dias da primeira injeção (grupo com artrite induzida; AI). Animais sem indução de artrite receberam solução salina (50 ml) por via intra-articular (grupo controle; CT). Após a primeira injeção de mBSA/ACF, a suplementação de Col V bovino (300ul/500ug) foi administrada por via oral nos animais com AI, durante 15 e 30 (AI-ColV15, n=10; AI-ColV30, n=10 ) dias e nos animais CT por 30 (CT-ColV30, n=10) dias. Nossos dados demonstraram que após 15 e 30 dias, a administração oral de Col V levou à diminuição do edema e infiltrado inflamatório severo, conteúdo total de fibras de colágeno, colágeno tipo I, subpopulação de linfócitos, macrófagos, IL-1beta, IL-10 e metaloproteinase 2 no tecido sinovial, e redução IL-1beta, TNFalfa, IL-17 e IL-10 no soro. Ocorreu maior expressão de caspase 9 no tecido sinovial dos animais que receberam o Col V. Pode-se concluir que a suplementação com Col V bovino reduziu a inflamação sinovial e resposta fibrótica independentemente do tempo, possivelmente por aumento da apoptose das células inflamatórias
Title in English
Influence of bovine Collagen type V supplementation on inflammation and remodeling of extracellular matrix in arthritis induced in rats
Keywords in English
Arthritis experimental
Collagen
Extracellular matrix
Inflammation
Rats
Supplementary feeding
Abstract in English
Whereas type V collagen (Col V) can be exposed in tissue remodeling process, leading to autoimmunity in various pathologies, we postulate that the oral administration Col V can modulate inflammation and remodeling of joint experimental synovitis, preventing joint destruction. In this study, arthritis was induced in Lewis male rats of approximately 250g, by intra-articular injection of 500 ?g serum albumin methylated from bovine serum (mBSA) (500 ug) emulsified in complete Freund's adjuvant (CFA) (10 ul), followed by stiffeners intraarticular of mBSA (500 ug) in saline (50 ul) after 7 and 14 days from the first injection (group induced arthritis; AI). Animals received no arthritis induction brine (50 ul) by intraarticular (control group; CT). After the first injection of mBSA / CFA supplementation Col V bovine (300ul / 500ug) was administered orally in animals with AI for 15 and 30 (AI-ColV15, n = 10, I-ColV30, n = 10) days and animals CT per 30 (CT-ColV30, n = 10) days. Our data showed that after 15 and 30 days, oral administration of Col V led to the reduction of edema and severe inflammatory infiltrate, total content of collagen fibers, collagen type I, subpopulation of lymphocytes, macrophages, IL-1beta, IL-10 and metalloproteinase 2 in synovial tissue and reduced the IL-1beta, TNFalfa, and IL-17 IL-10 serum. There increased expression of caspase-9 in the synovial tissue of animals receiving Col V. It can be concluded that supplementation with bovine Col V reduced synovial inflammation and fibrotic response regardless of time, possibly by increased apoptosis of inflammatory cells
 
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2017-03-01
 
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