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Title: Gender-Specific Modulation of the Response to Arterial Injury by Soluble Guanylate Cyclase α1
Keywords: guanylate cyclase;gender;vascular remodelling;citric oxide
Publisher: Bentham Open
Description: Objective: Soluble guanylate cyclase (sGC), a heterodimer composed of α and β subunits, synthesizes cGMP in response to nitric oxide (NO). NO modulates vascular tone and structure but the relative contributions of cGMP-dependent versus cGMP-independent mechanisms remain uncertain. We studied the response to vascular injury in male (M) and female (F) mice with targeted deletion of exon 6 of the sGCα1 subunit (sGCα1-/-), resulting in a non-functional heterodimer. Methods: We measured aortic cGMP levels and mRNA transcripts encoding sGC α1, α2, and β1 subunits in wild type (WT) and sGCa1-/- mice. To study the response to vascular injury, BrdU-incorporation and neointima formation (maximum intima to media (I/M) ratio) were determined 5 and 28 days after carotid artery ligation, respectively. Results: Aortic cGMP levels were 4-fold higher in F than in M mice in both genotypes, and, within each gender, 4-fold higher in WT than in sGCa1-/-. In contrast, sGCα1, sGCα2, and sGCβ1 mRNA expression did not differ between groups. 3H-thymidine incorporation in cultured sGCa1-/- smooth muscle cells (SMC) was 27%±12% lower than in WT SMC and BrdU-incorporation in carotid arteries 5 days after ligation was significantly less in sGCa1-/- M than in WT M. Neointima area and I/M 28 days after ligation were 65% and 62% lower in sGCa1-/- M than in WT M mice (p<0,05 for both) but were not different in F mice. Conclusion: Functional deletion of sGCa1 resulted in reduced cGMP levels in male sGCa1-/- mice and a gender-specific effect on the adaptive response to vascular injury.
URI: http://dl.kums.ac.ir/handle/Hannan/82214
Standard no: Vermeersch, Pieter, Emmanuel Buys, Patrick Sips, Peter Pokreisz, Glenn Marsboom, Hilde Gillijns, Marijke Pellens, and et al. 2009. Gender-specific modulation of the response to arterial injury by soluble guanylate cyclase α1. The Open Cardiovascular Medicine Journal 3: 98-104.
1874-1924
http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:4817626
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