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Adiponectin Effect on Nitric Oxide Secretion by Normal and Endometriotic Human Endometrial Stromal Cells: in vitro Study/ Efecto de la Adiponectica sobre la Secrecion de Oxido Nitrico por Celulas Estromales de Endometrio Humano, Normales y con Endometriosis: Estudio in vitro.

INTRODUCTION

Endometriosis is a chronic inflammatory disease that is defined by the presence of endometrial epithelial glands and stromal cells outside of the uterus. The usual site for this female disorder is the pelvic cavity. Endometriosis is one of the disorders of reproductive age women which well-known as an estrogen-dependent disease (Giudice & Kao, 2004; Scarselli et al., 2005). Some of the histopathological study report that changes of stromal cells are more than glands in endometriosis tissue. Usually stromal endometriosis is a common form of small superficial microscopic nodules or plaques in endometriosis peritoneal biopsies (Boyle & McCluggage, 2009). Nitric oxide (NO) is an important free radical with vital roles in physiological and biological system in body. It is generated from L-arginine and does its biological effects by three isoforms of nitric oxide synthase (NOS) enzyme: endothelial cells (eNOS), neurones (nNOS), and inducible form (iNOS) synthases (Kim et al., 2001). (eNOS) and (iNOS) have been found in human endometrium but the main isoform of NOS is endothelial NOS (eNOS) in endometrial glands and stromal cells in the menstrual cycle specially, the secretory phase. Female sex hormones (estrogen and progesterone) can influence uterine eNOS expression and regulate endometrial eNOS in menstrual cycle (Taguchi et al., 2000; Khorram et al., 1999). NO concentration change in many of biologic and physiological disorder such as inflammation, diabetes, etc. Levels of NO were raised in the endometriosis patients. In comparison between healthy and endometriosis women patients iNOS protein concentration in the endometrial tissues of endometriosis' patients was higher than in healthy women but there is no difference in endometrial eNOS protein concentration (Wu et al., 2003). Adiponectin is secreted by adipose cells, mediated its physiological effects on the body through its receptors, AdipoR1 and AdipoR2 (Wang et al., 2008). Adiponectin plays an important role in the reproductive system. Adiponectin receptors were expression in the epithelial and stromal cells of endometrial tissue (Takemura et al., 2006). In humans significant decrease of serum levels of adiponectin are seen in woman with endometriosis (Takemura et al., 2005) and in peritoneal liquid in endometriosis patients (Yi et al., 2010). Possibly a decrease in the circulating level of adiponectin and higher levels of NO in women with endometriosis, have been associated to pathophysiology and endometriosis progress. Following our previous studies the aim of this study was to find the effect of adiponectin on nitric oxide levels on human endometrial stromal cells in women with and without endometriosis in vitro condition.

MATERIAL AND METHOD

Sample collection. In this experimental study, endometrial samples consisted of 10 women with endometriosis (mean age, 28 years) and 10 women without endometriosis (mean age, 31 years) in secretory phase of menstrual cycles. They underwent laparoscopy for diagnosis of endometriosis. None of them took hormonal treatment for 3 months before laparoscopy. The experimental procedures were approved by the Ethics Committee of Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences and Kermanshah Branch of Islamic Azad University. Also all women signed informed consent for use of the sample was obtained from them.

Culture methods. Human endometrial stromal cells isolation and culture. The process of isolation and culture of normal and endometriotic HESCs were described previously our studies (Khazaei et al, 2011; Bohlouli et al, 2013). Biopsy samples collected in an aseptic situation. The tissues were chopped and incubated in DMEM/F-12 (Gibco, Denmark) with type I collagenase (Sigma, Germany) for 60-90 min at 37[degrees]C. After filtration by 40 and 70 mm filter mesh (cell strainers BD Falcon, USA). ESCs in the filtrate were collected by ficoll and centrifugation, were cultured in DMEM/F-12 containing 10% FBS, 100 U/ml penicillin, 0.1 mg/ml streptomycin, and 0.25 mg/ml amphotericin B and maintained at 37[degrees]C in a humidified atmosphere of 95% air and 5% Co2. After 5-7 days ESCs reached density for used the experiments. The purity of the stromal cell preparations was more than 85%, as judged by positive cellular staining for anti-vimentin. ESCs cells were plated in 24-well culture plates. Before adding the adiponectin (high molecular weight, R&D System Minneapolis, MN USA) for experiment, cells were serum-free media overnight and then treatment in the absence and presence of various Adiponectin concentrations (10, 100, and 200 ng/ml) for 24 and 48 h (Bohlouli et al.).

Nitric oxide assay. In body NO is changeable and nitrite and nitrate are the stable form of NO. NO quickly transform to its stable metabolites, nitrite and nitrate (N[O.sub.2]-, N[O.sub.3]-) (Guevara et al. 1998). We analyzed and compared nitric oxide concentrations in the normal and endometriotic HESCs supernatants with the Greiss method. The Greiss I) Fluka, UK) Reagent is made up of a 1% solution of sulfanilamide in 5% phosphoric acid and 0.1% naphthylethylenediamine dihycrochloride in distilled water. Normal and endometriotic HESCs supernatants were gathered the end of each time and dose of experiment and store at -20[degrees]C. The protein and phenol red of the supernatant were deleted using Zinc sulfate (6 mg/400 mliter) (Ghasemi et al, 2007). Sodium nitrite (0.1 M) was used for the standard curve, and increasing concentrations of sodium nitrite (6.25, 12.5, 25, 50, 100, and 200 pM) were prepared. The Greiss solution was added to all micro plates containing sodium nitrite and supernatant and was read by an ELISA reader (stat fax100. USA) in 540 nm and 630 nm filters (Bohlouli et al.; Tsikas, 2007).

Statistics. Statistical analysis was performed by one way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and post hoc tukey test. P<0.05 was considered statistically significant.

RESULTS

In this study secretion of NO in normal and endometriotic human endometrial stromal cells in various concentrations of adiponectin (0, 10, 100, 200 ng/ml) for 24 and 48 hours was demonstrated by Greiss method. In all adiponectin concentrations, 24 hour in normal human endometrial stromal cells There was no significant difference in NO secretion between the control and case groups (p>0.05), but for 48 hour there was significant (p<0.05) (Fig. 1). In endometriotic groups there was significant difference in NO secretion between the control and case groups. All concentrations of adiponectin induced decrease NO secretion in 24 and 48 hours in endometriotic HESCs in vitro. There was significant difference between the control and case groups (p<0.05) (Fig. 2).

DISCUSSION

For first time in this study, adiponectin effect on secretion of NO in normal and endometriotic HESCs was survey in the culture. Findings of the study showed that adiponectin depending on dose and time decreased the secretion of NO of endometriotic HESCs significantly in the culture (in vitro). In our previously studies adiponectin effect on viability in normal and endometriotic human endometrial stromal cells in the culture condition was studied and anti-proliferative effect and decrease the viability of endometrial stromal cells have been reported (Bohlouli et al.). The role of adiponectin on inhibitory cell proliferation was confirmed in the cell culture. Adiponectin caused decrease of the viability and their numbers of endometrial carcinoma cell lines (HEC-1A and RL95-2) (Cong et al., 2007) and primary trophoblast cells and trophoblast cell lines (JEG-3 and BEWO) in the culture (Benaitreau et al., 2010). Reduction of level adiponectin in body is an important agent in reproduction illness and infertility. Many factors and mechanisms influence reproduction (these) disorders directly or indirectly (Moon et al., 2011). Endometriosis is one of the important reproductive disorders which caused infertility in women. Decrease of adiponectin concentrations in endometriosis women has been reported (Takemura et al., 2005; Yi et al.). Previous studies reported (NOS) isoforms (eNOS and iNOS) exist in human endometrium in the menstrual cycle and nitric oxide levels intensify in the late proliferative and secretory phase of menstrual cycle (Taguchi et al.; Khorram et al.; Giulini et al., 2012). Also (iNOS) increases in the uterus during embryo implantation (Saxena et al., 2000). NO concentration increased in the endometrial tissues of endometriosis patient women specially, (iNOS) protein concentration (Wu et al.). Expression of (iNOS) in human endometrial stromal cell was investigated in cell culture. Maybe (iNOS) act in the control of endometrial functions (Yoshiki et al., 1999). Estrogen and progesterone can regulate the expression of nitric oxide synthase isoforms in the human endometrium especially human endometrial stromal cells (Khorram et al.; Han et al, 2005). Actions of nitric oxide were survey on human endometrial cell in vitro. These studies pointed out that NO have a different function on endometrial cell in the cultured. Presumably No caused proliferation on the endometrial stromal cell and apoptosis on the epithelial cell in the cultured (Johnson et al., 2005). Based on the previous studies results, adiponectin concentrations decrease in endometriosis (Takemura et al., 2005; Yi et al.) and NO concentrations increase in endometriosis patient (Wu et al.). Also based on our previous findings adiponectin by its receptors mRNA expression (AdipoR1 and AdipoR2) influence endometrial stromal cells in the culture and caused decrease in the proliferation and viable cell number of normal and endometriotic HESCs in vitro condition and prevent endometriosis progresses (Bohlouli et al.). So it is possible adiponectin effect on expression of NO synthase isoforms in endometrium especially stromal cells and decrease NO level in stromal cells cultured and improves inhibition of endometriosis progresses.

CONCLUSION

The findings in our studies commented in future effect of adiponectin on expression Nitric oxide isoforms synthase (eNOS and iNOS) in human endometrial stromal cells must be investigated.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This research financially supported by Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran as project no. 44-3. There is no conflict of interest in this study.

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Correspondence to:

Ehsan Sadeghi

Research Center for Environmental Determinants of Health (RCEDH)

Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences

Kermanshah

IRAN

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Received: 21-02-2014

Accepted: 06-12-2014

Somayeh Bohlouli *; Mozafar Khazaei **; Arezou Rabzia **; Mohammad Rasool Khazaei ** & Ehsan Sadeghi ***

* Kermanshah Branch, Islamic Azad University, Kermanshah, Iran.

** Fertility and Infertility Research Center, Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences, Kermanshah, Iran.

*** Research Center for Environmental Determinants of Health (RCEDH), Kermanshah University of Medical Sciences, Kermanshah, Iran.

CaptionL Fig. 1. Nitric oxide concentration means in control and experimental groups in Normal HESCs. *= Significant difference compared to control and experimental groups (p <0.05).

Caption: Fig. 2. Nitric oxide concentration means in control and experimental groups in endometriotic HESCs. *= Significant difference compared to control and experimental groups (p <0.05).
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