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Long non-coding RNA MALAT1 participates in the pathological angiogenesis of diabetic retinopathy in oxygen-induced retinopathy mouse model by sponging miR-203a-3p.Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is a devastating complication of diabetes. The aim of the present study is to investigate the exact role and mechanism of lncRNA MALAT1 (MALAT1) in the progress of DR. Oxygen-induced retinopathy (OIR) mouse model and high glucose (HG)-stimulated human retinal microvascular endothelial cells (HRMECs) were employed to mimic the pathological statues of DR. qRT-PCR or western blot results showed that MALAT1, VEGFA and HIF-1α levels were increased in DR retinal tissues and HG-stimulated HRMECs, whereas the expression of miR-203a-3p was decreased. Knock-down of MALAT1 or up-regulation of miR-203a-3p both suppressed HG-induced proliferation, migration and tube formation of HRMECS. Dual-luciferase reporter assay showed that miR-203a-3p could bind to the predicted seed regions of MALAT1 as evidenced by the reduced luciferase activity. Furthermore, enforced down-regulation of miR-203a-3p abolished the suppressive effect of MALAT1 silencing on HRMECs cell migration and tube formation. In conclusion, these data demonstrated that MALAT1 may affect angiogenesis by sponging miR-203a-3p in DR. MALAT1 may act as a novel therapeutic target for the treatment of DR.
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Modelling Macular Edema: The Effect of IL-6 and IL-6R Blockade on Human Blood-Retinal Barrier Integrity In Vitro.Macular edema (ME) is a leading cause of visual loss in a range of retinal diseases and despite the use of antivascular endothelial growth factor (anti-VEGF) agents, its successful treatment remains a major clinical challenge. Based on the indirect clinical evidence that interleukin-6 (IL-6) is a key additional candidate mediator of ME, we interrogated the effect of IL-6 on blood-retinal barrier (BRB) integrity in vitro.
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RKIP negatively regulates the glucose induced angiogenesis and endothelial-mesenchymal transition in retinal endothelial cells.Diabetic retinopathy (DR), a common microvascular complication of diabetes, is reported to be the leading cause of blindness worldwide. In our previous study, we found that the Raf kinase inhibitor protein (RKIP) is significantly decreased in vitreous humor of proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR) patients, which indicated that RKIP might play a role in the development of PDR. To investigate the role of RKIP in PDR, stable overexpression and knockdown of RKIP in Human retinal capillary endothelial cells (HRCECs) were generated by using lentivirus constructs. Then, the glucose-induced cell viability, migration, angiogenesis, and (endothelial to mesenchymal transition) EndMT were determined in the RKIP-wide type (WT), -knocking down (KD) and -overexpression (OE) HRCECs. The results showed that, compared with the RKIP-WT groups, the glucose-induced cell viabilities, migration and angiogenesis were significantly increased in the RKIP-KD groups, while significantly decreased in the RKIP-OE groups. Besides, compared with the control groups, CD31 and vWF were upregulated, while α-SMA was downregulated in the RKIP-KD groups, while CD31 and vWF were downregulated, while α-SMA was upregulated in the RKIP-OE groups induced by glucose. In conclusion, our results showed that RKIP negatively regulates glucose-induced cell viability, migration, angiogenesis, and EndMT in HRCECs, suggesting that the downregulation of RKIP in the vitreous humor of PDR patients might contribute to the development of DR.
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Distinct downstream signaling and the roles of VEGF and PlGF in high glucose-mediated injuries of human retinal endothelial cells in culture.Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and placental growth factor (PlGF) plays a crucial role in breakdown of the blood-retinal barrier due to hyperpermeability in diabetic retinopathy (DR). However, the distinct signaling driven by VEGF and PlGF in the pathogenesis of DR remains unclear. In this study, we investigated VEGF- and PlGF- related signaling pathways and their roles in cultured human microvascular retinal endothelial cells (hRECs) under high glucose conditions (HG; 25 mM). Apoptotic cell death was evaluated, and FITC conjugated bovine serum albumin across monolayer hRECs served as an index of permeability. Western blots were used to assess the protein levels of VEGF and PlGF, as well as the phosphorylation of p38MAPK, STAT1 and Erk1/2. Knockdown of VEGF and PlGF was performed by using siRNA. Following HG treatment, increases of VEGF and PlGF as well as PKC activity were detected in hRECs. Increased phosphorylations of p38MAPK, STAT1, and Erk1/2 as well as VEGFR1 and VEGFR2 were also detected in HG-treated hRECs. Inhibition of PKC activity by Go 6976 prevented HG-induced increases of phosphor-Erk1/2 and nitric oxide synthase (NOS1) expressions as well as hyperpermeability, whereas inhibition of p38MAPK pathway by SB203580 selectively suppressed activation of STAT1 and decreased apoptotic cell death under HG conditions. Moreover, VEGF knockdown predominantly inhibited activation of VEGFR2, and phosphorylation of p38MAPK and STAT1, as well as apoptotic cell death in HG-treated hRECs. Nevertheless, PlGF knockdown mainly suppressed phosphorylation of VEGFR1, PKC, and Erk1/2, as well as NOS1 expressions and hyperpermeability. Taken together, we provide evidence demonstrating that HG-induced elevation of PlGF is responsible for hyperpermeability mainly through increasing activation of PKC-Erk1/2-NOS axis via VEGFR1, while HG-induced elevation of VEGF is associated with induction of apoptotic cell death mainly through increasing activation of p38MAPK/STAT1 signaling via VEGFR2.
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Downregulation of circRNA DMNT3B contributes to diabetic retinal vascular dysfunction through targeting miR-20b-5p and BAMBI.Diabetic retinopathy, a vascular complication of diabetes mellitus, is the leading cause of visual impairment and blindness. circRNAs act as competing endogenous RNA, sponging target miRNA and thus influencing mRNA expression in vascular diseases. We investigated whether and how circDNMT3B is involved in retinal vascular dysfunction under diabetic conditions.
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miR-590-3p Inhibits Pyroptosis in Diabetic Retinopathy by Targeting NLRP1 and Inactivating the NOX4 Signaling Pathway.To elucidate the mechanism whereby miR-590-3p regulates pyroptosis in diabetic retinopathy (DR).
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Oxidative stress-mediated TXNIP loss causes RPE dysfunction.The disruption of the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE), for example, through oxidative damage, is a common factor underlying age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Aberrant autophagy also contributes to AMD pathology, as autophagy maintains RPE homeostasis to ensure blood-retinal barrier (BRB) integrity and protect photoreceptors. Thioredoxin-interacting protein (TXNIP) promotes cellular oxidative stress by inhibiting thioredoxin reducing capacity and is in turn inversely regulated by reactive oxygen species levels; however, its role in oxidative stress-induced RPE cell dysfunction and the mechanistic link between TXNIP and autophagy are largely unknown. Here, we observed that TXNIP expression was rapidly downregulated in RPE cells under oxidative stress and that RPE cell proliferation was decreased. TXNIP knockdown demonstrated that the suppression of proliferation resulted from TXNIP depletion-induced autophagic flux, causing increased p53 activation via nuclear localization, which in turn enhanced AMPK phosphorylation and activation. Moreover, TXNIP downregulation further negatively impacted BRB integrity by disrupting RPE cell tight junctions and enhancing cell motility by phosphorylating, and thereby activating, Src kinase. Finally, we also revealed that TXNIP knockdown upregulated HIF-1α, leading to the enhanced secretion of VEGF from RPE cells and the stimulation of angiogenesis in cocultured human retinal microvascular endothelial cells. This suggests that the exposure of RPE cells to sustained oxidative stress may promote choroidal neovascularization, another AMD pathology. Together, these findings reveal three distinct mechanisms by which TXNIP downregulation disrupts RPE cell function and thereby exacerbates AMD pathogenesis. Accordingly, reinforcing or restoring BRB integrity by targeting TXNIP may serve as an effective therapeutic strategy for preventing or attenuating photoreceptor damage in AMD.
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miR-152/LIN28B axis modulates high-glucose-induced angiogenesis in human retinal endothelial cells via VEGF signaling.Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is a serious complication of diabetes contributing to blindness in patients. Inhibiting retinal neovascularization is a potent strategy for diabetic retinopathy treatment. Reportedly, the stable expression of lin-28 homolog B (LIN28B), a member of the highly conserved RNA-binding protein LIN28 family, could promote vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) expression; herein, we investigated the role and mechanism of LIN28B in diabetic retinopathy progression from the perspective of microRNA (miRNA) regulation. We identified miR-152 as a miRNA that may target the LIN28B 3'-untranslated region and can be significantly downregulated under high-glucose (HG) condition. The expression of miR-152 was remarkably suppressed, whereas the expression of LIN28B was significantly increased under HG condition within both human retinal endothelial cells (hRECs) and retinal microvascular endothelial cell line (hRMECs). miR-152 overexpression significantly suppressed, while LIN28B overexpression promoted the angiogenesis and the protein levels of proangiogenesis factors in both hRECs and hRMECs. More importantly, LIN28B overexpression could remarkably attenuate the effect of miR-152 overexpression. In summary, miR-152 overexpression could inhibit HG-induced angiogenesis in both hRECs and hRMECs via targeting LIN28B and suppressing VEGF signaling. Further, in vivo experiments are needed for the application of miR-152/LIN28B axis in the treatment for diabetic retinopathy.
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VEGF-Trap is a potent modulator of vasoregenerative responses and protects dopaminergic amacrine network integrity in degenerative ischemic neovascular retinopathy.Retinal hypoxia triggers abnormal vessel growth and microvascular hyper-permeability in ischemic retinopathies. Whereas vascular endothelial growth factor A (VEGF-A) inhibitors significantly hinder disease progression, their benefits to retinal neurons remain poorly understood. Similar to humans, oxygen-induced retinopathy (OIR) mice exhibit severe retinal microvascular malformations and profound neuronal dysfunction. OIR mice are thus a phenocopy of human retinopathy of prematurity, and a proxy for investigating advanced stages of proliferative diabetic retinopathy. Hence, the OIR model offers an excellent platform for assessing morpho-functional responses of the ischemic retina to anti-angiogenic therapies. Using this model, we investigated the retinal responses to VEGF-Trap (Aflibercept), an anti-angiogenic agent recognizing ligands of VEGF receptors 1 and 2 that possesses regulatory approval for the treatment of neovascular age-related macular degeneration, macular edema secondary to retinal vein occlusion and diabetic macular edema. Our results indicate that Aflibercept not only reduces the severity of retinal microvascular aberrations but also significantly improves neuroretinal function. Aflibercept administration significantly enhanced light-responsiveness, as revealed by electroretinographic examinations, and led to increased numbers of dopaminergic amacrine cells. Additionally, retinal transcriptional profiling revealed the concerted regulation of both angiogenic and neuronal targets, including transcripts encoding subunits of transmitter receptors relevant to amacrine cell function. Thus, Aflibercept represents a promising therapeutic alternative for the treatment of further progressive ischemic retinal neurovasculopathies beyond the set of disease conditions for which it has regulatory approval.
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