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Title: Effect of matrix metalloproteinase inhibition on adipose tissue development
Authors: Demeulemeester, Diego ×
Collen, Desire
Lijnen, Roger #
Issue Date: Apr-2005
Publisher: Academic Press
Series Title: Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications vol:329 issue:1 pages:105-110
Abstract: The effect of Ro 28-2653, a synthetic matrix metalloproteinase (MMP) inhibitor, on adipose tissue development was studied in mice kept on a high fat diet (HFD). Five-week-old male wild-type (C57Bl/6J) mice were fed the HFD (42% kcal as fat, 20.1 kJ/g) and received daily p.o. instillations of inhibitor (30 mg/kg) or vehicle. After 15 weeks of the HFD, the body weight gain was lower in the inhibitor-treated group (7.4 +/- 0.88 g versus 10 +/- 1.4 g) whereas the weights of the isolated subcutaneous (SC) or gonadal (GON) fat deposits were 10-15% lower. The number of adipocytes in adipose tissues of the inhibitor-treated mice was somewhat higher (10-17%) but their diameter was smaller (about 10%). In situ zymography showed reduced gelatinolytic activity in SC (about 2.7-fold) and GON (1.4-fold) adipose tissue of inhibitor-treated mice, whereas their fibrillar collagen content was higher (1.5- and 4.7-fold, respectively). In both SC and GON adipose tissues of inhibitor-treated mice, MMP-2 (gelatinase A) and MMP-14 (membrane type-1 MMP) were 2- to 3-fold upregulated, whereas MMP-9 (gelatinase B) mRNA levels were not affected. Thus, in this in vivo model partial inhibition of gelatinolytic activity is associated with moderate effects on adipose tissue development and cellularity. Possibly, enhanced MMP expression to some extent counteracts the in vivo effect of the inhibitor in adipose tissue.
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ISSN: 0006-291X
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Molecular and Vascular Biology
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