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REVIEW ARTICLE
Year : 2019  |  Volume : 5  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 106-111

Another win for endothelial progenitor cells: Endothelial progenitor cell-derived conditioned medium promotes proliferation and exerts neuroprotection in cultured neuronal progenitor cells


1 Department of Neurosurgery and Brain Repair, College of Medicine, University of South Florida Morsani, Tampa, FL, USA
2 Department of Neurosurgery, Neurocenter and Regenerative Neuroscience Cluster, Inselspital, Bern University Hospital, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland

Date of Submission02-Jun-2019
Date of Decision10-Sep-2019
Date of Acceptance11-Sep-2019
Date of Web Publication30-Sep-2019

Correspondence Address:
Dr. Hans Rudolf Widmer
Department of Neurosurgery, Neurocenter and Regenerative Neuroscience Cluster, Inselspital, Bern University Hospital, University of Bern, 3010 Bern
Switzerland
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Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None


DOI: 10.4103/bc.bc_41_19

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  Abstract 


Progress in stem cell research demonstrates stem cells' potential for treating neurodegenerative diseases. Stem cells have proliferative/differentiative properties and produce a variety of paracrine factors that can potentially be used to regenerate nervous tissue. Previous studies have shown the positive regenerative effects of endothelial progenitor cells (EPCs), and thus, they may be used as a tool for regeneration. A study by Di Santo et al. explored whether EPC-derived conditioned medium (EPC-CM) promotes the survival of cultured striatal progenitor cells and attempted to find the paracrine factors and signaling pathways involved with EPC-CM's effects. The neuronal progenitor cells that were cultured with EPC-CM had much higher densities of GABA-immunoreactive (GABA-ir) neurons. It was shown that phosphatidylinositol-3-kinase/AKT and mitogen-activated protein kinase/ERK signaling pathways are involved in the proliferation of GABAergic neurons, as inhibition of these pathways decreased GABAergic densities. In addition, the results suggest that paracrine factors from EPC, both proteinaceous and lipidic, significantly elevated the viability and/or differentiation in the cultures. Importantly, it was found that EPC-CM provided neuroprotection against toxins from 3-nitropropionic acid. In sum, EPC-CM engendered proliferation and regeneration of the cultured striatal cells through paracrine factors and imparted neuroprotection. Furthermore, the effects of EPC-CM may generate a cell-free therapeutic strategy to address neurodegeneration.

Keywords: 3-nitropropionic acid, endothelial progenitor cells, GABAergic neurons, neuroprotection, paracrine factors, regeneration, signaling pathways, striatal progenitor cells, therapeutic strategy against neurodegeneration


How to cite this article:
Sadanandan N, Di Santo S, Widmer HR. Another win for endothelial progenitor cells: Endothelial progenitor cell-derived conditioned medium promotes proliferation and exerts neuroprotection in cultured neuronal progenitor cells. Brain Circ 2019;5:106-11

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Sadanandan N, Di Santo S, Widmer HR. Another win for endothelial progenitor cells: Endothelial progenitor cell-derived conditioned medium promotes proliferation and exerts neuroprotection in cultured neuronal progenitor cells. Brain Circ [serial online] 2019 [cited 2022 Jan 16];5:106-11. Available from: http://www.braincirculation.org/text.asp?2019/5/3/106/268368




  Novel Discoveries About The Potential Of Endothelial Progenitor Cells As A Therapeutic Tool Top


Effective treatments for neurodegenerative diseases are still lacking. The advancements in stem cell research have revealed the proliferative and differentiation properties of these cells; therefore, these cells can hypothetically be used to regenerate nervous tissues. Stem cells are not only capable of replacing injured cells but also have the ability to produce a variety of factors. The humoral actions of stem cells, rather than transdifferentiation/engraftment, are now thought to have the most influence on tissue regeneration. Evidence demonstrates that bone marrow-derived endothelial precursor cells release paracrine factors that increase the viability of various tissues. Recent studies have demonstrated the potential of endothelial progenitor cell (EPC) “secretome” within its conditioned medium form (EPC-CM).[1],[2],[3] EPCs and their soluble factors have also been shown to be successful in treating traumatic brain injury, ischemic stroke, and white matter damage models. However, the potential of EPCs has often been exploited for neurovascular repair.[4],[5],[6],[7]


  Effects Of Endothelial Progenitor Cell-Derived Conditioned Medium On Gaba-Immunoreactive Neurons And The Cellular Mechanisms Involved Top


Substantial evidence suggests that stem cells and progenitor cells utilize paracrine factors to carry out regeneration.[1],[2],[3],[4] Recent studies have demonstrated that the viability of brain microvascular cells is significantly increased by incubation with EPC-CM.[3] The recent study of Di Santo et al. provided evidence that EPC-CM might support neuronal progenitors from ganglionic eminence (GE).[8] To investigate this, primary cultures from fetal rat embryonic (E14) GE were utilized, and these were grown for 7 days in vitro (DIV). The striatal cultures incubated with the EPC-CM in the DIV5–7 period were found to have significantly higher densities of GABA-immunoreactive (GABA-ir) neurons. When the mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) and phosphatidylinositol-3-kinase (PI3K) pathways were inhibited, the effects of EPC-CM were reduced, as the inhibition of the pathways significantly impaired EPC-CM's ability to increase the density of GABA-ir cells. Similar results occurred when EPC-CM endured proteolytic digestion and lipid extraction, which impeded translation. Overall, these results suggest that paracrine factors from EPC significantly enhanced the survival and/or differentiation in the cultured striatal progenitor cells through proteinaceous and lipidic factors.


  Endothelial Progenitor Cells Produce Paracrine Factors That Promote Regeneration Top


Several studies have documented the regenerative potential of EPCs, and their capacity to sustain a functional vascular system, which is vital to transporting nutrients, signaling molecules, and cells to the site of tissue injury.[9],[10],[11],[12] Research from the last decade suggests that EPC's regenerative ability may be effective in more than just vascular tissue.[13],[14],[15],[16]

Preclinical trials have shown that EPC paracrine factors can be employed as a therapeutic option.[17] Similarly, mesenchymal stem cells were found to be a plentiful source of paracrine factors and, similar to EPC, can potentially be utilized for a wide variety of regenerative therapies, such as for myocardial infarction and stroke.[18] Furthermore, it has been shown that EPC-CM alleviates ischemic injury in skeletal and myocardial muscles.[1],[19],[20],[21] In recent studies, EPC-CM showed encouraging neuroprotective capabilities for treating ischemic stroke,[22],[23] increased the frequency of the dopaminergic phenotype in neuronal stem cells,[24] and enhanced the number of doublecortin-positive neuronal precursors in the subventricular zone of adult rats.[25]


  Endothelial Progenitor Cell-Derived Conditioned Medium Increases Gabaergic Densities Through Cellular Factors And Signaling Pathways Top


The study of Di Santo et al.[8] is the first of its kind to specifically examine how EPC-CM affects progenitor striatal cells and aims to identify the cellular components and pathways involved. The results of this study demonstrated that EPC-CM increases the densities of GABA-ir neurons through various methods, either through greater rates of proliferation and/or increased cell viability and differentiation of progenitor neurons. The outcome of the Western blot analysis for proliferating cell nuclear antigen (a cell proliferation marker) suggests that EPC-CM increased neuronal cell proliferation in the cultures. Nevertheless, it is improbable that this observation is applicable for the increase in GABAergic cell densities observed after day 2 of the treatment. The total amount of protein was much higher in the cultures treated with EPC-CM, indicating that EPC-CM enhanced proliferation in other neurons and in other cell types. This is also demonstrated by the substantial increase of cells expressing the neuronal marker NeuN in the EPC-CM-treated cultures. In addition, the increase of glial fibrillary acidic protein in treated cultures demonstrated in the Western blot analysis may also imply EPC-CM's effects on glial cells.

Equally compelling evidence is provided on characterizing the type of cellular factors (proteinaceous and lipidic), and signaling pathways are involved with EPC-CM [8] [Figure 1]. Activation of PI3K/AKT and MAPK/ERK signaling cascades promotes the neuroprotective effects of EPC-CM. Through these pathways, creatine also stimulated the GABAergic phenotype in the striatal cultures.[26]
Figure 1: Endothelial progenitor cell and neuroprotection. Endothelial progenitor cells secrete therapeutic factors, including lipidic and proteinaceous factors. These paracrine factors exert neuroprotective effects and exhibit proliferative capacity

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PI3K/AKT and MAPK/ERK's role in EPC-CM-induced effects is not unexpected due to the presence of several growth factors: brain-derived neurotrophic factor, glial cell line-derived neurotrophic factor, neuritin, and vascular endothelial growth factor. These growth factors are strong inducers of the signaling pathways.[27],[28] AKT/PI3K signaling plays an important role in the central nervous system, as it imparts neuroprotection against differing stresses. For example, it provides protection against oxidative stress in the adult brain by hindering pro-apoptotic mechanisms.[29] In the in vitro and in vivo models of HD, ERK activation imparts neuroprotection.[30] Nonetheless, to depict the role of the neurotrophic factors mentioned above in EPC-CM-induced effects, direct evidence needs to be gathered through experiments blocking each of the neurotrophic factors. Interestingly, the blockage of the ROCK pathway did not reduce EPC-CM's impact on GABA-ir cell densities. ROCK is thought to influence neurite outgrowth, dendritic branching, and spine formation, which are hindered by the expression of constitutively activated RhoA.[31],[32],[33] The protein translation inhibitor cycloheximide abolished the actions of EPC-CM by blocking translation, suggesting that some of EPC-CM's effects were carried out indirectly, such as through growth factors in autocrine signaling.

The advantages of stem cell secretomes among varying clinical conditions have spurred investigations aiming to identify the wide range of bioactive molecules involved. Although a multitude of peptides present in EPC-CM have been discovered through proteomics,[19],[34] a thorough examination of the lipidic factors released by secretomes has yet to occur. Even though EPC releases prostaglandins,[35] it was excluded from this study because it cannot be extracted by chloroform.[36] Sphingosine-1-phosphate (S1P) is an important lipid mediator released by bone marrow progenitor cells, which include EPC, and mature endothelial cells.[37] Importantly, S1P influences neuronal differentiation both directly [38] and indirectly through processes involving astrocytes.[39] It is thus reasonable to speculate that S1P might be involved in the effects of EPC-CM; however, its actual role in EPC-CM needs to be investigated.

Recent studies reveal that EPC-CM contains exosomes and microvesicles which can transport microRNA.[14],[40] MicroRNA also acts as a regulator for neurogenesis.[41],[42] Possibly, the identification of some exosomal cargoes [43] might be an easier task compared to the identification of the soluble proteins and lipids present in the EPC-CM.


  Endothelial Progenitor Cells Exert Neuroprotection Top


The effects of EPC-CM are not limited to the enhancement of neuronal viability and maturation. Indeed, EPC-CM provided neuroprotection against 3-NP (an irreversible succinate dehydrogenase inhibitor). It can be hypothesized that EPC-CM may be pivotal in treating neurodegenerative diseases where energy metabolism is lessened on account of an impaired mitochondrial complex II and complex III.[44],[45],[46] Mitochondrial dysfunction is thought to be a major cause of neuronal deterioration in age-related stroke. Negative conditioning of mitochondrial dysfunction can potentially be a therapeutic method to ameliorate the quality and function of mitochondria.[47] Surprisingly, in the current study, EPC-CM increased the cytoprotective effect of viable cells before the tissue injury; however, a change in GABA-ir neuron densities was not observed. This suggests that EPC-CM also bestows cytoprotective effects to other cell subpopulations in the neuronal cultures. Moreover, 3-NP also displays toxicity for cultured hippocampal, septal, and hypothalamic neurons.[48] In addition, EPC-CM significantly protected dopaminergic neurons against 1-methyl-4-phenylpyridinium (MPP+). MPP+ toxicity involves the generation of excessive oxidative stress and provides an effective tool for assessment of neuroprotection on dopaminergic neurons.[49] In conclusion, the study suggests that EPC-CM, in conjunction with other methods, may pave the way to overcoming neuronal degeneration.


  Other Mechanisms That Impart neuroprotection In The Treatment Of Traumatic Brain Injury And Stroke-Induced Damage Top


Stroke continues to be the leading cause of death, and those who survive the incident endure long-term disabilities. A major type of pharmacological treatment is the thrombolytic agent tissue plasminogen activator. However, this treatment is not ideal because it has a limited therapeutic time window and could potentially lead to intracranial hemorrhage. In addition, the tissue plasminogen activator fails to provide neuroprotection.[50] The development of neuroprotectants is of great importance in treating poststroke injuries. Recent evidence demonstrates that simple medicinal cannabis formulations can function as effective neuroprotectants.[51] Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) is another potential neuroprotective strategy for treating ischemic stroke. HBOT preconditioning of the brain demonstrates promising results as priming the brain with mild oxidative stress prepares the brain for the full-fledged oxidative stress induced by a stroke.[52] Moreover, EPC-CM may act as an essential tool in treating poststroke injuries because EPC-CM can impart neuroprotection as well.


  Additional Examples Of Trophic Factors And Signaling Pathways That May Play A Role In Neuronal Regeneration Top


Stem cell transplantations are becoming a pivotal area of research in finding treatments for poststroke injuries. Several beneficial effects have been ascribed to stem cells in treating ischemic stroke, including secreting therapeutic factors around the injured area, initiating regeneration, and promoting recovery.[53] An example of a trophic factor involved in neural activity after stroke is bone morphogenetic protein 7 (BMP7), which can promote DNA synthesis. In a rodent distal middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO) model, treatment with BMP7 showed positive results in that sensorimotor function improved, body asymmetry decreased, and locomotor activity escalated.[54] Thus, proteinaceous factors such as BMP7 and those found in EPC-CM may be valuable for treating stroke-induced injuries.

The study by Di Santo et al.[8] demonstrates that EPC-CM's effects stem from the activation of signaling pathways such as PI3K/AKT and MAPK/ERK. The cascade of events, involving both cytotoxic and cytotropic effects, that occur in the inflammatory response of the central nervous system may be altered to impart regenerative properties. In traumatic brain injury or stroke, chronic brain inflammation inhibits neuronal regeneration. Although the inflammatory response acts as a growth inhibitor, it can be altered so that it becomes protective and reparative.[55]


  the Importance And Efficacy Of Conditional Medicine For Treating Stroke-Induced Brain Injury And Neurodegenerative Diseases Top


An array of conditioning stimuli, such as ischemia or hypoxia, may provide protection against poststroke brain injury.[56] Evidence also suggests that conditional stimuli can provide protection to the cerebral vasculature, which includes the blood–brain barrier.[56] In addition, Parkinson's disease is associated with a loss in dopaminergic neurons. EPC-CM promoted dopaminergic phenotype in neuronal stem cells, and thus, EPC-CM may act as another tool for treating Parkinson's disease and other neurodegenerative disorders. Likewise, a study conducted by Leak suggests the efficiency of preconditioning dopaminergic neurons in treating Parkinson's disease. In early stages of Parkinson's disease, cells are exposed to mild stress and natural defenses escalate. However, as the patient ages, stress levels substantially increase to a point where toxic cellular responses can no longer be prevented. These results suggest that if dopaminergic systems are preconditioned with mild stress, the stress would strengthen the cells and reduce the toxic effects of stresses that follow.[57] Overall, the current neurological research focuses on utilizing stem cells such as EPC-CM, due to their regenerative and neuroprotective properties, to treat stroke-induced injuries and other neurodegenerative diseases.


  Conclusion Top


The study by Di Santo et al.[8] investigated whether EPCs were capable of spurring proliferation and differentiation in striatal progenitor cells. It was found that through paracrine factors and signaling pathways, EPCs increased GABAergic densities in the cultures. In addition, EPCs imparted neuroprotection in the cultures, which indicates the potential of EPCs in treating brain injury. Therefore, EPCs may become a novel tool for conquering neurodegenerative diseases and traumatic brain injury.

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This research was supported by the HANELA Foundation (HRW) and the Swiss National Science Foundation NRP63 No. 406340_128124 (SDS).

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