TITLE

Treatment of oesophageal ulcerations using endoscopic transplantation of tissue-engineered autologous oral mucosal epithelial cell sheets in a canine model

AUTHOR(S)
Ohki, T.; Yamato, M.; Murakami, D.; Takagi, R.; Namiki, H.; Okano, T.; Takasaki, K.
PUB. DATE
December 2006
SOURCE
Gut;Dec2006, Vol. 55 Issue 12, p1704
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Background: With the recent development of endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD), large oesophageal cancers can be removed with a single procedure, with few limits on the resectable range. However, after aggressive ESD, a major complication that arises is postoperative inflammation and stenosis that can considerably affect the patient's quality of life. Aims: To examine a novel treatment combining ESD and the endoscopic transplantation of tissue-engineered cell sheets created using autologous oral mucosal epithelial cells, in a clinically relevant large animal model. Methods: Oral mucosal epithelial cells, harvested from beagle dogs, were cultured under normal conditions at 37°C, on temperature-responsive dishes. After ESD (5 cm in length, 180° in range), cell sheets were harvested by a simple reduction in temperature to 20°C, and transplanted by endoscopy. Results: The transplanted cell sheets were able to adhere to and survive on the underlying muscle layers in the ulcer sites, providing an intact, stratified epithelium. Four weeks after surgery, complete wound healing, with no observable stenosis, was seen in the animals receiving autologous cell sheet transplantation. By contrast, noticeable fibrin mesh and host inflammation, consistent with the intermediate stages of wound healing, were observed in the control animals that received only ESD. Conclusions: These findings in a clinically relevant canine model show the effectiveness of a novel combined endoscopic approach for the potential treatment of oesophageal cancers that can effectively enhance wound healing and possibly prevent postoperative oesophageal stenosis.
ACCESSION #
23512262

 

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