The role of estrogen receptor subtypes on hepatic neutrophil accumulation following trauma-hemorrhage: Direct modulation of CINC-1 production by Kupffer cells

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Abstract

  • Although 17β-estradiol (E2) administration following trauma-hemorrhage (T-H) reduces liver injury by decreasing neutrophil accumulation via estrogen receptor (ER)-α, it remains unclear whether cytokine-induced neutrophil chemoattractant (CINC)-1 production by Kupffer cells (KC) is directly modulated by ER-α under such condition. Male rats underwent laparotomy and hemorrhagic shock (40 mmHg for 90 min), followed by resuscitation with four times the shed blood volume in the form of Ringer's lactate. ER-α agonist propyl pyrazole triol (PPT; 5 μg/kg), ER-β agonist diarylpropionitrile (DPN; 5 μg/kg), E2 (50 μg/kg), or vehicle (10% DMSO) was administered subcutaneously during resuscitation; rats were sacrificed 24 h thereafter. KC were isolated and cultured with ER agonists to examine if they directly affect CINC-1 production. T-H increased plasma alanine aminotransferase (ALT; hepatic injury) and hepatic myeloperoxidase (MPO) activity. E2, PPT and DPN administration reduced increased ALT; however, PPT was more effective than DPN. PPT and E2, but not DPN significantly attenuated increased hepatic MPO activity and CINC-1 levels. PPT addition in vitro (10-7 and 10-6 M) significantly reduced KC CINC-1 production. In summary, the salutary effects of E2 against hepatic injury are mediated predominantly via ER-α which directly modulates KC CINC-1 production and hepatic neutrophil accumulation following T-H. © 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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  • Cytokine  Journal
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    Author List

  • Shimizu T; Suzuki T; Yu HP; Yokoyama Y; Choudhry MA; Bland KI; Chaudry IH
  • Start Page

  • 88
  • End Page

  • 92
  • Volume

  • 43
  • Issue

  • 1