High Fat Diet Rapidly Suppresses B Lymphopoiesis by Disrupting the Supportive Capacity of the Bone Marrow NicheReportar como inadecuado

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The bone marrow BM niche is the primary site of hematopoiesis, and cues from this microenvironment are critical to maintain hematopoiesis. Obesity increases lifetime susceptibility to a host of chronic diseases, and has been linked to defective leukogenesis. The pressures obesity exerts on hematopoietic tissues led us to study the effects of a high fat diet HFD: 60% Kcal from fat on B cell development in BM. Seven week old male C57Bl-6J mice were fed either a high fat HFD or regular chow RD diet for periods of 2 days, 1 week and 6 weeks. B-cell populations B220+ were not altered after 2 d of HFD, within 1 w B-cell proportions were reduced by −10%, and by 6 w by −25% as compared to RD p<0.05. BM RNA was extracted to track the expression of B-cell development markers Il-7, Ebf-1 and Pax-5. At 2 d, the expression of Il-7 and Ebf-1 were reduced by −20% p = 0.08 and −11% p = 0.06 whereas Pax-5 was not significantly impacted. At one week, however, the expressions of Il-7, Ebf-1, and Pax-5 in HFD mice fell by -19%, −20% and −16%, and by six weeks were further reduced to −23%, −29% and −34% as compared to RD p<0.05 for all, a suppression paralleled by a +363% increase in adipose encroachment within the marrow space p<0.01. Il-7 is a critical factor in the early B-cell lineage which is secreted by supportive cells in the BM niche, and is necessary for B-cell commitment. These data indicate that BM Il-7 expression, and by extension B-cell differentiation, are rapidly impaired by HFD. The trend towards suppressed expression of Il-7 following only 2 d of HFD demonstrates how susceptible the BM niche, and the cells which rely on it, are to diet, which ultimately could contribute to disease susceptibility in metabolic disorders such as obesity.

Autor: Benjamin J. Adler, Danielle E. Green, Gabriel M. Pagnotti, M. Ete Chan, Clinton T. Rubin

Fuente: http://plos.srce.hr/


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