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Title: Recombinant activated protein C (rhAPC) affects lipopolysaccharide-induced mechanical compliance changes and beat frequency of mESC-derived cardiomyocyte monolayers
Authors: Temiz Artmann, Aysegül
Kurulgan Demirci, Eylem
Fırat, İpek Seda
Oflaz, Hakan
Artmann, Gerhard M.
University of Applied Sciences Aachen
Izmir Institute of Technology
University of Applied Sciences Aachen
Gebze Teknik Üniversitesi
University of Applied Sciences Aachen
Keywords: Actin cytoskeleton
Cardiomyocyte biomechanics
Cardioprotection
CellDrum
Issue Date: Apr-2022
Publisher: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Ltd.
Abstract: Background:Septic cardiomyopathy increases mortality by 70% to 90% and results in mechanical dysfunction of cells.Methods:Here, we created a LPS-induced in-vitro sepsis model with mouse embryonic stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes (mESC-CM) using the CellDrum technology which simultaneously measures mechanical compliance and beat frequency of mESCs. Visualization of reactive oxygen species (ROS), actin stress fibers, and mRNA quantification of endothelial protein C receptor (EPCR) and protease-activated receptor 1 (PAR1) before/after LPS incubation were used for method validation. Since activated protein C (APC) has cardioprotective effects, samples were treated with human recombinant APC (rhAPC) with/-out LPS predamage to demonstrate the application in therapeutic studies.Results:Twelve hours LPS treatment (5 μg/mL) increased ROS and decreased actin stress fiber density and significantly downregulated EPCR and PAR1 compared to control samples (0.26, 0.39-fold respectively). rhAPC application (5 μg/mL, 12 h) decreased ROS and recovered actin density, EPCR, and PAR1 levels were significantly upregulated compared to LPS predamaged samples (4.79, 3.49-fold respectively). The beat frequencies were significantly decreased after 6- (86%) and 12 h (73%) of LPS application. Mechanical compliance of monolayers significantly increased in a time-dependent manner, up to eight times upon 12-h LPS incubation compared to controls. rhAPC incubation increased the beat frequency by 127% (6h-LPS) and 123% (12h-LPS) and decreased mechanical compliance by 68% (12h-LPS) compared to LPS predamaged samples.Conclusion:LPS-induced contraction dysfunction and the reversal effects of rhAPC were successfully assessed by the mechanical properties of mESC-CMs. The CellDrum technology proved a decent tool to simulate sepsis in-vitro.
URI: https://doi.org/10.1097/SHK.0000000000001845
https://hdl.handle.net/11147/12176
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