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Summary Extracellular vesicles exosomes and ectosomes are heterogenous group of spherical membrane structures released by most cells.
They are secreted from the cell membranes during maturation and aging of cells. These membrane structures were detected, among others, in urine, blood, amniotic fluid and saliva. Cell activation, induced by various factors results in increased secretion of vesicles.
These structures function, composition and their specific surface markers expression, depend on the cell type origin, from which they are formed. The article presents an overview of current knowledge on vesicle general characteristics, classification, research methods and role of membrane structures in various diseases.
Microvesicles as biomarkers, mediators in cell interactions and proteins transporters can be applied in the diagnostics and prognosis of many diseases including cardiovascular, autoimmune, diabetes, infectious diseases and cancer metastasis. Determining the origin and the number of circulating microparticles facilitates explanation of their participation in the pathogenesis of various disorders.
The elucidation of the biology and vesicles formation is important for understanding of their role in health and various disorders. Despite different applied methods flow cytometry, microscopy, ELISAthe exact mechanism and components of the vesicle involved process formation remain only partially established and requires further studies.
Extracellular vesicles EV are spherical membrane structures released by different types of normal and also cancer cells 1.
The best known example are the vesicles derived from blood platelets 2. These membrane structures were detected, among others, in urine, blood, amniotic fluid, saliva, or semen. Under physiological conditions they are released from the cell membranes during maturation and aging of cells. Cell activation, induced by various factors complement proteins, cytokines, stress factorsresults in increased secretion of these structures.
Recently involvement of vesicles in many diseases, including cardiovascular, autoimmune, diabetes, infectious diseases and cancer metastasis was studied 3. A few publications have revealed an increased release pprzepywowa these structures during long-term storage of blood for transfusions First report concerning the vesicles was published in and has been described by Wolf.
Structures secreted by cytometrua blood platelets showed prothrombotic properties, owing to the presence of tissue factor — thrombospondin 9. The vesicles were isolated by ultracentrifugation, and observed by the electron microscopy.
Afterwards first publications on microvesicles released from erythrocytes 10monocytes 11 and endothelial cells were published The membrane vesicles are a heterogeneous group of different sizes, origin, biological and physical properties, mechanism and source of praepywowa. Due to the size and origin, the vesicles were divided into: Previous nomenclature of these structures was based on the origin of the cells, from which they are formed.
In recent years terminology was based on the mechanism of their formation. Consensus on terminology and classification of vesicles was obtained in Among the vesicles, the exosomes generated przepwowa the multivesicular bodies MVBs were separated.
During the fusion of MVBs with the intraluminal membrane, vesicles are secreted from cells. After that, their size ranges from 40 to nm. The exosomes are formed and maturate in the intracellular endosomal vesicles. Afterwards they are secreted out rpzepywowa the cell by the fusion of vesicle membrane with the cell membrane, what involves soluble N-ethylmaleimide — sensitive factor attachment receptor transmembrane proteins SNARE.
It was shown that in leukemia ptzepywowa, the VAMP-7 protein plays an important role in the formation of przelywowa during their fusion with the cell membrane. VAMP-1,-2,-3 proteins were identified in the exosomes secreted from tumor cells Recent studies have shown that there are 2 types of exosomes: Ectosomes are formed extracellularly, directly from the cell membrane by blebbing.
The vesicle detachment occurs due przepywoqa the contraction of cell, and then peeling it in specific sites. On the cell surface, the buds are formed, which mechanism involves active participation of cytoskeleton proteins e.
In the cell membrane proteins and lipids many changes take place. Similarly to the apoptosis, disruption of phospholipid asymmetry appears. In the cell membrane movement of phospholipids: Exposure of phosphatidylserine on the outside przepyaowa of the plasma membrane seems to be one of the main microvesicle properties, although there are also microvesicles without exposed phosphatidylserine.
Furthermore it was also concluded that the ADP-ribosylation factor 6 ARF6 protein is essential both in these structure formation and secretion ctyometria Vesicles express different characteristic surface molecules depending on their cellular origin.
Specific markers to identify structures are listed in table 1 19, Specific markers of vesicles przepywowaa from different types of cells by 19, 20, modified. A variety of research methods are used to study microvesicles: While examining the structures, during the isolation and preparation, special care should be taken in the sampling procedure, and suitable type of the anticoagulant has to be used.
Sodium citrate is the best anticoagulant for vesicles preparation because it in the smallest extent activates the cells in comparison with other reagents. It is also known that the number of extracellular vesicles increases under the influence of stress factors.
Therefore, during the preparation a special attention should be paid to the temperature changes and gentle mixing of samples. The time between sample collection and isolation should be as short as possible Flow cytometry is preferably used for the evaluation of number and determination of vesicle sizes 22, This technique was used for the first time to study these structures in Flow cytometry studies allow evaluation of circulating vesicles with using the antibodies directed against the surface markers.
Cytometric method allows to obtain information on the morphology size and granularity of these structures as evidenced by the parameters: In order to separate and determine structures in a proper way, calibration beads of appropriate diameter are used 25, Determination of vesicles size.
Translation of “cytometria przepływowa” in English
During the formation of extracellular vesicles exposure of phosphatidylserine PS takes place, therefore annexin V, which binds to PS, is applied for przwpywowa. Additionally, antibodies against specific various cell markers should be used, since the vesicles are released from various cells. Proper separation, identification and evaluation of these structures is complicated and has many problems.
Methods used for the isolation, qualitative and quantitative assessment are not standardized and create many technical issues. Key limitation in these studies is the lack of an internal validation process Another method of vesicle detection is Nanoparticle tracking analysis NTA consists of measuring and visualizating particles in liquid.
On the basis of the velocity measurement of the Brownian motion, which moves particles, the size of flowing molecules can be determined This method allows determining the size distribution profile of the structures size, measuring nm in suspension. Some authors consider that defining the vesicles size by the cytometric method using calibration beads is inappropriate. The beads have various optical parameters: On the other hand NTA allows to define vesicle sizes without influence of molecule density or refractive index.
The speed of particle movement is only influenced by temperature and viscosity of the fluid. Increasing interest in potential usage of vesicles, as biomarkers of disorders, is related to their role in the diagnostics of many diseases. Increase of the circulating vesicles number, their composition and shape changes may reflect the pathophysiological conditions of many different disorders.
Their role has been recognized in, among others, in cardiovascular, autoimmune diseases, disorders of the blood coagulation, diabetes and during cancer metastasis. Different patterns of cellular vesicles in type 1 and 2 diabetic patients were observed. Increase in the extracellular vesicles being released from platelets, monocytes, lymphocytes, granulocytes and endothelial cells was detected. These structures can cause diabetic complications: Clinical studies indicated that level of endothelial and platelet-derived vesicles is significantly increased in T1 diabetes Moreover the elevated endothelial and erythrocytes-derived vesicle number was estimated in T2 diabetes 33, In cardiovascular diseases changes of endothelial and circulating cells-derived vesicles were also observed.
Correlation between endothelial vesicles level and the severity of coronary artery disease, heart attack and brain stroke was detected. Role of these structures during the tumor progression was analyzed by the scientists at the Canadian University. Studies were conducted on the glioblastoma multiforme cells, and vesicles were released from these cells termed oncosomes. Vesicles float through the blood, migrate and attach to a normal cells or these in the early stage of cancer. Structures fuse with the normal cells, providing the receptor.
Vesicles derived from blood cells may play role in the transfusion medicine. Several observations have shown a link between elevated number of vesicles released from blood cells during storage of blood concentrates and post-transfusion complications During early blood banking, RBC vesicles formation and membrane remodeling was observed 6, The exposure of phosphatidylserine on the outside layer of cell membrane takes place 39, Level of RBC-derived vesicles gradually increases with storage time, as already observed in transfused patients with paroxysmal nocturnal haemoglobinuria However, level of vesicle formation in erythrocyte concentrates depends not only on storage period but also on preparation and the storage solution Structure of vesicles in erythrocytes concentrates is similar to those released in vivo.
However differences in the levels of some proteins, e. Vesicles found in concentrates are devoid of most of these proteins 3, 6, Vesicles in erythrocyte concentrates are more heterogeneous, with increase of size and content of components of proteasome.
Despite many methods, e. Understanding the microvesicle biology, quantitative and qualitative analysis could be one of the links useful to improve the diagnosis and prognosis of various diseases. The role of microvesicles derived from mesenchymal stem cells in lung diseases. BioMed Res Int ; doi: Understanding the biosynthesis of platelets-derived extracellular vesicle.
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