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Propranolol diminished severity of rat EAE by enhancing immunoregulatory/protective properties of spinal cord microglia.

著者 Pilipović I , Stojić-Vukanić Z , Prijić I , Jasnić N , Leposavić G
Neurobiol Dis.2019 Nov 02 ; ():104665.
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Sympathetic dysfunction is suggested to contribute to development of multiple sclerosis and experimental autoimmune encephalomyelitis (EAE) alike. Considering important role of microglia in development/resolution of neuroinflammation, contribution of noradrenaline, the key sympathetic end-point mediator, in modulation of microglial phenotypic and functional properties in rat EAE model was examined. The study showed that noradrenaline acting in neurocrine and autocrine/paracrine way might influence microglia during EAE. Propranolol treatment over the effector phase moderated EAE course. This was associated with the increased proportion of microglia expressing CX3CR1, the key molecule in their immunomodulatory/neuroprotective action, and upregulation of CX3CR1 downstream Nrf2 gene. This correlated with the increased heme oxygenase-1 (HO-1) expression and phagocytic capacity of microglia, and their phenotypic changes mirrored in increased proportion of CD163- and CD83-expressing cells. The enhanced HO-1 expression was linked with the decreased proportion of microglial cells expressing of IL-1β and IL-23, and possibly IL-6, followed by increased proportion of IL-10-expressing microglia, and downregulated MCP-1/CCL2 expression. Consistently, spinal cord infiltration with blood-borne myeloid and CD4+ T cells, as well as CD4+ T-cell reactivation/proliferation and differentiation into highly pathogenic IL-17+ cells co-producing IFN-γ and GM-CSF were decreased in propranolol-treated rats compared with saline-injected controls. The in vitro investigations of the effects of noradrenaline on microglia showed that noradrenaline through β-adrenoceptor may influence Nrf2 expression also via CX3CR1-independent route. The study suggests β-adrenoceptor-mediated neuroinflammation-promoting role of noradrenaline in EAE via modulation of microglial Nrf2 expression, and thereby forms the basis for further translational pharmacological research to improve multiple sclerosis therapy.
PMID: 31689515 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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