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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Early Proliferation Of Umbilical Cord Blood Cells From Premature Neonates.
Author: Luzo, A C M
Duarte, A S S
Salles, T S I
Queiroz, M L S
Lorand-Metze, I
Costa, F F
Saad, S T O
Abstract: Human umbilical cord blood (UCB) is an important source of haematopoietic stem cells; however, the behaviour of progenitor cells obtained from premature and full-term neonates is still a controversy subject. Thus, the aim of this study was to evaluate cell cycle parameters and the proliferative capacity of UCB progenitor cells from premature and full-term neonates. Clonogenic assays were performed with methylcellulose, medium supplemented with recombinant stimulating growth factors and the colonies were scored on the seventh day and the 14th day of culture. A cell cycle study was carried out by DNA analysis using flow cytometry and 30 000 events were acquired; p107 and p130 expressions were analysed by Western blotting. Cultures obtained from UCB of premature neonates showed an early growth of colony-forming unit (CFU)-burst forming unit erythroid/CFU-granulocyte, erythrocyte, macrophage and megakaryocyte (BFU-E/GEMM), and CFU-granulocyte, macrophage (GM) by the seventh day of culture (P < 0.001). Therefore, the number and morphological characteristics of these colonies were comparable with those obtained from full-term neonates, on the 14th day of culture. At the 14th day, a large amount of CFU-GM was detected in the premature group (P < 0.0032). The premature culture on the 14th day showed fibroblasts and was comparable to those of full-term neonates on the 21st day in terms of number and morphology of the colonies. DNA analysis showed that the number of cells in S-phase was also higher in premature samples when compared to full-term neonates, P < 0.0021 (0 h = 12.8 vs. 2.5%; 16 h = 10.5 vs. 5.9%; 20 h = 13.5 vs. 10.3%; 24 h = 13.8 vs. 9.1%; 48 h = 14.0 vs. 5.4%; 72 h = 20.5 vs. 8.9%; 96 h = 13.8 vs. 7.7%). The Western blotting results demonstrated that p107 and p130 cell cycle protein expressions were higher in premature cells than in full-term cells. These results suggest that the higher capacity of proliferation and early differentiation of premature UCB might not be related only to the amount of stem/progenitor cells but also to a different timing of cell cycle entry.
Subject: Cell Cycle
Cell Differentiation
Cell Proliferation
Cells, Cultured
Colony-forming Units Assay
Dna
Fetal Blood
Flow Cytometry
Hematopoietic Stem Cells
Humans
Infant, Newborn
Infant, Premature
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1111/j.1423-0410.2007.00936.x
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17683358
Date Issue: 2007
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