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BMC Cell Biology

, 11:18

First Online: 10 March 2010Received: 13 July 2009Accepted: 10 March 2010

Abstract

BackgroundPrevious studies on the effects of aging in human and mouse mesenchymal stem cells suggest that a decline in the number and differentiation potential of stem cells may contribute to aging and aging-related diseases. In this report, we used stromal cells isolated from adipose tissue ADSCs of young 8-10 weeks, adult 5 months, and old 21 months mice to test the hypothesis that mechanical loading modifies aging-related changes in the self-renewal and osteogenic and adipogenic differentiation potential of these cells.

ResultsWe show that aging significantly reduced the proliferation and increased the adipogenesis of ADSCs, while the osteogenic potential is not significantly reduced by aging. Mechanical loading 10% cyclic stretching, 0.5 Hz, 48 h increased the subsequent proliferation of ADSCs from mice of all ages. Although the number of osteogenic colonies with calcium deposition was increased in ADSCs subjected to pre-strain, it resulted from an increase in colony number rather than from an increase in osteogenic potential after strain. Pre-strain significantly reduced the number of oil droplets and the expression of adipogenic marker genes in adult and old ADSCs. Simultaneously subjecting ADSCs to mechanical loading and adipogenic induction resulted in a stronger inhibition of adipogenesis than that caused by pre-strain. The reduction of adipogenesis by mechanical strain was loading-magnitude dependent: loading with 2% strain only resulted in a partial inhibition, and loading with 0.5% strain could not inhibit adipogenesis in ADSCs.

ConclusionsWe demonstrate that mechanical stretching counteracts the loss of self-renewal in aging ADSCs by enhancing their proliferation and, at the same time, reduces the heightened adipogenesis of old cells. These findings are important for the further study of stem cell control and treatment for a variety of aging related diseases.

Electronic supplementary materialThe online version of this article doi:10.1186-1471-2121-11-18 contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users.

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Author: See-Chang Huang - Tzu-Chin Wu - Hsiao-Chi Yu - Mei-Ru Chen - Chun-Min Liu - Wen-Sheng Chiang - Kurt M Lin

Source: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1186/1471-2121-11-18



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