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Type: Artigo
Title: Reflex arc recovery after spinal cord dorsal root repair with platelet rich plasma (PRP)
Author: de Castro, Mateus Vidigal
Ramos da Silva, Monize Valeria
Chiarotto, Gabriela Bortolanca
Volpe, Bruno Bosh
Santana, Maria Helena
Malheiros Luzo, Angela Cristina
Rodrigues de Oliveira, Alexandre Leite
Abstract: Spinal dorsal roots can be affected by a wide range of lesions, leading to a significant loss of proprioceptive information transmission and greatly affecting motor behavior. In this context, the reimplantation of lesioned roots with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) may allow nerve regeneration. Therefore, the present study evaluated sensorimotor improvement following dorsal root rhizotomy and repair with PRP. For this purpose, female Lewis rats were subjected to unilateral rhizotomy (RZ) of the L4-L6 dorsal roots and divided into the following groups: (1) the unlesioned control group; (2) the group that underwent rhizotomy (RZ) without repair; and (3) the group that underwent RZ followed by root repair with PRP. PRP was obtained from human blood and characterized regarding platelet concentration, integrity, and viability. Reflex arc recovery was evaluated weekly for eight weeks by the electronic von Frey method. The spinal cords were processed 1 week postlesion to evaluate the in vivo gene expression of TNFa, TGF-beta, BDNF, GDNF, VEGF, NGF, IL-4, IL-6, IL-13 by qRT-PCR and eight weeks postlesion to evaluate changes in the glial response (GFAP and Iba-1) and excitatory synaptic circuits (VGLUT1) by immunofluorescence. The results indicated that PRP therapy partially restores the paw withdrawal reflex over time, indicating the reentry of primary afferents from the dorsal root ganglia into the spinal cord without exacerbating glial reactivity. Additionally, the analysis of mRNA levels showed that PRP therapy has immunomodulatory properties. Overall, the present data suggest that the repair of dorsal roots with PRP may be considered a promising approach to improve sensorimotor recovery following dorsal rhizotomy
Subject: Plasma rico em plaquetas
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Elsevier
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.brainresbull.2019.07.024
Address: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0361923019303181
Date Issue: 2019
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