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* Corresponding author 1 SIS2M - Service Interdisciplinaire sur les Systèmes Moléculaires et les Matériaux ex SCM 2 Inflammation intestinale pathologique de l-enfant 3 CPTP - Centre de physiopathologie de Toulouse Purpan 4 ESRF - European Synchrotron Radiation Facility 5 CENBG - Centre d-Etudes Nucléaires de Bordeaux Gradignan 6 LCMCP - Laboratoire de Chimie de la Matière Condensée de Paris 7 LSMBO - Laboratoire de Spectrométrie de Masse BioOrganique 8 LCBM - UMR 5249 - Laboratoire de Chimie et Biologie des Métaux 9 IBITECS - Institut de Biologie et de Technologies de Saclay 10 LFP - URA 2453 - Laboratoire Francis PERRIN 11 INAC - Institut Nanosciences et Cryogénie

Abstract : BACKGROUND: TiO2 particles are commonly used as dietary supplements and may contain up to 36% of nano-sized particles TiO2-NPs. Still impact and translocation of NPs through the gut epithelium is poorly documented. RESULTS: We show that, in vivo and ex vivo, agglomerates of TiO2-NPs cross both the regular ileum epithelium and the follicle-associated epithelium FAE and alter the paracellular permeability of the ileum and colon epithelia. In vitro, they accumulate in M-cells and mucus-secreting cells, much less in enterocytes. They do not cause overt cytotoxicity or apoptosis. They translocate through a model of FAE only, but induce tight junctions remodeling in the regular ileum epithelium, which is a sign of integrity alteration and suggests paracellular passage of NPs. Finally we prove that TiO2-NPs do not dissolve when sequestered up to 24 h in gut cells. CONCLUSIONS: Taken together these data prove that TiO2-NPs would possibly translocate through both the regular epithelium lining the ileum and through Peyer-s patches, would induce epithelium impairment, and would persist in gut cells where they would possibly induce chronic damage.

Keywords : Titanium dioxide Nanoparticle Ingestion Translocation Dissolution Accumulation Gut Toxicity M-cells Paracellular





Author: Emilie Brun - Frédérick Barreau - Giulia Veronesi - Barbara Fayard - Stéphanie Sorieul - Corinne Chanéac - Christine Carapito

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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