TITLE

De novo expression of Trpm4 initiates secondary hemorrhage in spinal cord injury

AUTHOR(S)
Gerzanich, Volodymyr; Woo, S Kyoon; Vennekens, Rudi; Tsymbalyuk, Orest; Ivanova, Svetlana; Ivanov, Alexander; Geng, Zhihua; Chen, Zheng; Nilius, Bernd; Flockerzi, Veit; Freichel, Marc; Simard, J Marc
PUB. DATE
February 2009
SOURCE
Nature Medicine;Feb2009, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p185
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The role of transient receptor potential M4 (Trpm4), an unusual member of the Trp family of ion channels, is poorly understood. Using rodent models of spinal cord injury, we studied involvement of Trpm4 in the progressive expansion of secondary hemorrhage associated with capillary fragmentation, the most destructive mechanism of secondary injury in the central nervous system. Trpm4 mRNA and protein were abundantly upregulated in capillaries preceding their fragmentation and formation of petechial hemorrhages. Trpm4 expression in vitro rendered COS-7 cells highly susceptible to oncotic swelling and oncotic death following ATP depletion. After spinal cord injury, in vivo gene suppression in rats treated with Trpm4 antisense or in Trpm4−/− mice preserved capillary structural integrity, eliminated secondary hemorrhage, yielded a threefold to fivefold reduction in lesion volume and produced a substantial improvement in neurological function. To our knowledge, this is the first example of a Trp channel that must undergo de novo expression for manifestation of central nervous system pathology.
ACCESSION #
36386730

 

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