Effect of heparan sulfate and gold nanoparticles on muscle development during embryogenesis

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Effect of heparan sulfate and gold nanoparticles on muscle development during embryogenesis. / Zielinska, Marlena; Sawosz, Ewa; Grodzik, Marta; Wierzbicki, Mateusz; Gromadka, Maria; Hotowy, Anna Malgorzata; Sawosz, Filip; Lozicki, Andrzej; Chwalibog, André.

In: International Journal of Nanomedicine (Online), Vol. 6, 2011, p. 3163-3172.

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Zielinska, M, Sawosz, E, Grodzik, M, Wierzbicki, M, Gromadka, M, Hotowy, AM, Sawosz, F, Lozicki, A & Chwalibog, A 2011, 'Effect of heparan sulfate and gold nanoparticles on muscle development during embryogenesis', International Journal of Nanomedicine (Online), vol. 6, pp. 3163-3172. https://doi.org/10.2147/IJN.S26070

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Zielinska, M., Sawosz, E., Grodzik, M., Wierzbicki, M., Gromadka, M., Hotowy, A. M., Sawosz, F., Lozicki, A., & Chwalibog, A. (2011). Effect of heparan sulfate and gold nanoparticles on muscle development during embryogenesis. International Journal of Nanomedicine (Online), 6, 3163-3172. https://doi.org/10.2147/IJN.S26070

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Zielinska M, Sawosz E, Grodzik M, Wierzbicki M, Gromadka M, Hotowy AM et al. Effect of heparan sulfate and gold nanoparticles on muscle development during embryogenesis. International Journal of Nanomedicine (Online). 2011;6:3163-3172. https://doi.org/10.2147/IJN.S26070

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Zielinska, Marlena ; Sawosz, Ewa ; Grodzik, Marta ; Wierzbicki, Mateusz ; Gromadka, Maria ; Hotowy, Anna Malgorzata ; Sawosz, Filip ; Lozicki, Andrzej ; Chwalibog, André. / Effect of heparan sulfate and gold nanoparticles on muscle development during embryogenesis. In: International Journal of Nanomedicine (Online). 2011 ; Vol. 6. pp. 3163-3172.

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title = "Effect of heparan sulfate and gold nanoparticles on muscle development during embryogenesis",
abstract = "Purpose: It was hypothesized that heparan sulfate (HS) as an essential compound for myogenesis and nanoparticles of gold (nano-Au) ashighly reactive compounds can affect muscle development as a consequence of molecular regulation of muscle cell formation, and that these effects may be enhanced by a complex of HS conjugated with nano-Au. The objective of the present study was to determine the effect of administration of nano-Au, HS, and a nano-Au+HS complex on the morphological and molecular characteristics of breast muscle during embryogenesis. Methods: Chicken embryos were used as in vivo model. Fertilized chicken eggs (n = 350) were randomly divided into the control group and the groups treated with nano-Au, HS, and nano-Au+HS. The experimental solutions were given in ovo on the first day of incubation and the embryos were evaluated on day 20 of incubation. The methods included biochemical indices in blood, immunohistochemistry, microscopy (transmission electron microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, confocal), and gene expression at the messenger ribonucleic acid and protein levels. Results: The treatments did not adversely affect mortality, organ weight, and homeostasis of the embryos. HS stimulated the development and maturation of breast muscle by increasing the number of nuclei, satellite cells, and muscle fibers and affected the expression of basic fibroblast growth factor-2 and paired-box transcription factor-7. Furthermore, the nano-Au+HS complex contributed to the increased number of myocytes and nuclei in chicken embryo muscles. Conclusion: The results indicate that the administration of HS and nano-Au affects muscle development and that this effect is enhanced by conjugating HS with nano-Au.",
keywords = "Former LIFE faculty, gold nanoparticles, heparan sulfate, muscle development, embrygenesis, chicken",
author = "Marlena Zielinska and Ewa Sawosz and Marta Grodzik and Mateusz Wierzbicki and Maria Gromadka and Hotowy, {Anna Malgorzata} and Filip Sawosz and Andrzej Lozicki and Andr{\'e} Chwalibog",
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AU - Zielinska, Marlena

AU - Sawosz, Ewa

AU - Grodzik, Marta

AU - Wierzbicki, Mateusz

AU - Gromadka, Maria

AU - Hotowy, Anna Malgorzata

AU - Sawosz, Filip

AU - Lozicki, Andrzej

AU - Chwalibog, André

PY - 2011

Y1 - 2011

N2 - Purpose: It was hypothesized that heparan sulfate (HS) as an essential compound for myogenesis and nanoparticles of gold (nano-Au) ashighly reactive compounds can affect muscle development as a consequence of molecular regulation of muscle cell formation, and that these effects may be enhanced by a complex of HS conjugated with nano-Au. The objective of the present study was to determine the effect of administration of nano-Au, HS, and a nano-Au+HS complex on the morphological and molecular characteristics of breast muscle during embryogenesis. Methods: Chicken embryos were used as in vivo model. Fertilized chicken eggs (n = 350) were randomly divided into the control group and the groups treated with nano-Au, HS, and nano-Au+HS. The experimental solutions were given in ovo on the first day of incubation and the embryos were evaluated on day 20 of incubation. The methods included biochemical indices in blood, immunohistochemistry, microscopy (transmission electron microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, confocal), and gene expression at the messenger ribonucleic acid and protein levels. Results: The treatments did not adversely affect mortality, organ weight, and homeostasis of the embryos. HS stimulated the development and maturation of breast muscle by increasing the number of nuclei, satellite cells, and muscle fibers and affected the expression of basic fibroblast growth factor-2 and paired-box transcription factor-7. Furthermore, the nano-Au+HS complex contributed to the increased number of myocytes and nuclei in chicken embryo muscles. Conclusion: The results indicate that the administration of HS and nano-Au affects muscle development and that this effect is enhanced by conjugating HS with nano-Au.

AB - Purpose: It was hypothesized that heparan sulfate (HS) as an essential compound for myogenesis and nanoparticles of gold (nano-Au) ashighly reactive compounds can affect muscle development as a consequence of molecular regulation of muscle cell formation, and that these effects may be enhanced by a complex of HS conjugated with nano-Au. The objective of the present study was to determine the effect of administration of nano-Au, HS, and a nano-Au+HS complex on the morphological and molecular characteristics of breast muscle during embryogenesis. Methods: Chicken embryos were used as in vivo model. Fertilized chicken eggs (n = 350) were randomly divided into the control group and the groups treated with nano-Au, HS, and nano-Au+HS. The experimental solutions were given in ovo on the first day of incubation and the embryos were evaluated on day 20 of incubation. The methods included biochemical indices in blood, immunohistochemistry, microscopy (transmission electron microscopy, scanning electron microscopy, confocal), and gene expression at the messenger ribonucleic acid and protein levels. Results: The treatments did not adversely affect mortality, organ weight, and homeostasis of the embryos. HS stimulated the development and maturation of breast muscle by increasing the number of nuclei, satellite cells, and muscle fibers and affected the expression of basic fibroblast growth factor-2 and paired-box transcription factor-7. Furthermore, the nano-Au+HS complex contributed to the increased number of myocytes and nuclei in chicken embryo muscles. Conclusion: The results indicate that the administration of HS and nano-Au affects muscle development and that this effect is enhanced by conjugating HS with nano-Au.

KW - Former LIFE faculty

KW - gold nanoparticles

KW - heparan sulfate

KW - muscle development

KW - embrygenesis

KW - chicken

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