JBiSE  Vol.8 No.5 , May 2015
Induced Monocytes-Derived HSCs (CD34+) with LPS Accelerated Homing Rat Bone Marrow-Mesenchymal Stem Cell (BM-MSCs, CD105) in Injured Pancreas
Abstract: Investigating the function of combining induced rat monocytes-derived bone marrow-haemopoietic stem cell (rat BM-HSCs) with LPS and rat bone marrow-mesenchymal stem cell (rat BM-MSCs) was to analyze the acceleration of homing process mechanism in injured pancreas. Mononucleated stem cells were isolated from aspirated whole rat BM using ficoll and cultured in α-MEM complete growth medium in 10 cm petridish. After two days, adherent cells after washing twice in petridish were added α-MEM growth medium and then mesenchymal cells were characterized using CD105 marker in third passage and labeled PKH26. Then haemopoietic stem cells (HSCs) were isolated with magnetic beads CD34+ and differentiated in vitro, and then induced monocytes with LPS. Animal experiment used 28 male Wistar rats, and divided them into 4 groups. After transplantation combined, both cells between monocyte derived HSc (mHSCs) and rat BM-MSC were analyzed expression of pair box gen 4 (Pax4), pancreatic and duodenal homeobox (Pdx1), C-peptide using immunohistochemistry, then secretion of insulin and C-peptide analyzed using indirect ELISA. Results showed that the expressions of Pax4, Pdx1, C-peptide found in the surface membrane cell of pancreatic cell, and secreted C-peptide and insulin were shown significant (P < 0.05) in transplanted group 2, 3 and 4, but in group 3 were transplanted with combined cells more dominant than non-combined cells. Conclusions suggested that combining of induced monocytes-derived HSCs and rat BM-MSCs has accelerated homing MSCs into injured pancreatic tissue.
Cite this paper: Rantam, F. , Purwati, &. , Setiawan, B. , Wibisono, S. , Ferdiansyah, &. , Wahyuhadi, J. , Mouli, E. , Utomo, D. , Suroto, H. and Bumi, C. (2015) Induced Monocytes-Derived HSCs (CD34+) with LPS Accelerated Homing Rat Bone Marrow-Mesenchymal Stem Cell (BM-MSCs, CD105) in Injured Pancreas. Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering, 8, 333-344. doi: 10.4236/jbise.2015.85031.

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