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Effects Of Low- And High-Frequency Repetitive Magnetic Stimulation on Vegetative Cell Proliferation and Protein Expression: A Preliminary Report
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  • J Cytokine Biol 2022, Vol 7(5): 422

Effects Of Low- And High-Frequency Repetitive Magnetic Stimulation on Vegetative Cell Proliferation and Protein Expression: A Preliminary Report

Masoumeh Mirmasoumi*
Department of Tissue Engineering, School of Advanced Technologies in Medicine, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iran
*Corresponding Author: Masoumeh Mirmasoumi, Department of Tissue Engineering, School of Advanced Technologies in Medicine, Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iran, Email: [email protected]

Received: 03-Sep-2022 / Manuscript No. JCB- 22-74000 / Editor assigned: 05-Sep-2022 / PreQC No. JCB- 22-74000 / Reviewed: 19-Sep-2022 / QC No. JCB- 22-74000 / Revised: 24-Sep-2022 / Manuscript No. JCB- 22-74000 / Published Date: 29-Sep-2022


Repetitive magnetic stimulation could be a medical specialty and neurorehabilitation tool that may be wont to investigate the biology of sensory and motor functions. Few studies have examined the results of repetitive magnetic stimulation on the modulation of neurotrophic/growth factors and somatic cell cells in vitro. Therefore, this study examined the differential effects of repetitive magnetic stimulation on somatic cell proliferation yet as numerous protein expressions. Immortalized mouse malignant tumor cells were used because the cell model during this study. Dishes of refined cells were every which way divided into management, sham, low-frequency (0.5 Hz, one Tesla) and high-frequency (10 cycles/second, one Tesla) teams (n = four dishes/group) and were stirred for three days. Expression of neurotropic/growth factors, Akt and Erk was investigated by Western blotting analysis three days when repetitive magnetic stimulation. Malignant tumor cell proliferation was resolute with a cell tally assay [1].There have been variations in cell proliferation supported information frequency. Low-frequency stimulation failed to alter proliferation relative to the management, whereas high-frequency stimulation elevated proliferation relative to the management cluster. The expression levels of brain-derived neurotrophic issue (BDNF), vegetative cell linederived neurotrophic issue (GDNF), neurotrophin-3 (NT-3) and platelet-derived protein (PDGF) was elevated within the high-frequency magnetic stimulation cluster. Akt and Erk expression was additionally considerably elevated within the high-frequency stimulation cluster, whereas low-frequency stimulation belittled the expression of Akt and Erk compared to the management. Last, we have a tendency to determine that completely different frequency magnetic stimulation had associate degree influence on somatic cell proliferation via regulation of Akt and ERK sign pathways and also the expression of growth factors like BDNF, GDNF, NT-3 and PDGF. These findings represent a promising chance to realize insight into however completely different frequencies of repetitive magnetic stimulation could mediate cell proliferation [2].


Quantum dots; Nanocrystal; Near infrared; Stem cells; Differentiation; Growth factors


Stem cell medical aid could be a new approach to repair pathological tissues or organs. However, to attain therapeutic effectualness, differentiation of stem cells into the precise lineage before transplantation is usually essential. To differentiate stem cells in vitro, growth factors are used. this common methodology for differentiation of stem cells has been supported time ideas wherever the substance is meant to be homogeneous associated an enough quantity of growth factors is assumed to be contained within the medium. However, due to Brownian movement of protein within the medium, solely a tiny low quantity reaches the cell receptors associated with biological signal pathways. Therefore, even though a large quantity of protein is adscititious to substance to induce differentiation, solely a tiny low fraction would be concerned in differentiation of stem cells. Therefore, the prospect of protein binding to refined stem cells ought to be maximized to reinforce differentiation. Moreover, the employment of a number of these growth factors presents a major challenge due of their poor water solubility, short half-life and doubtless toxic effects [3]. One example is all-trans-retinoic acid (RA), a hydrophobic drug, that plays a basic role within the development of the central system, stimulating outgrowth and migration of the neural crest. RA is one amongst the foremost vital communication molecules that promote neutralization in embryos. RA, which may bind to each RAR subtypes, is usually utilized to induce somatic cell differentiation in vitro. RA induces a pan-neuronal differentiation and therefore the cell population obtained once application of this differentiation issue is comparatively heterogeneous. RA applied to embryonic stem cells (ESCs) will induce concentration-dependent differentiation of neural cells. Tested the consequences of various concentrations of RA on the neural differentiation of mouse (ESCs). Lower RA levels were found to induce neural ascendant cells from ESCs, indicated by the high macromolecule expression of the neural precursor marker nesting and low expression of mature somatic cell and interstitial tissue markers beta-tubulin III and GFAP, severally. Therefore, a technique which will cut back the quantity of growth factors needed for cell differentiation ought to be developed. Additionally, RA is apace metabolized to inactive polar metabolites like all-trans-hydroxyl RA and all-trans-4- oxo-RA. This speedy metabolism of RA is because of the induction of the hem protein P450 by RA. To beat such drawback and to extend the differentiation potency of growth factors, a replacement approach is protein delivery from the cell culture scaffolds [4].

Materials and Method

Cell cultures

The immortalized mouse metastatic tumor cell line N1E-115 (ATCC® CRL-2263™), that expresses traditional somatic cell phenotypes,was used as a cell model during this study. Mouse metastatic tumor cells were seeded at a pair of × one zero five cells/cm2 in 100ϕ culture dish in Dulbecco’s changed Eagle Medium while not pyruvate (DMEM; Invitrogen-Gibco, Rockville, MD, USA) however containing 100% foetal bovine liquid body substance (FBS; Invitrogen-Gibco) and one hundred U/ml penicillin/streptomycin (Invitrogen-Gibco) in an exceedingly humidified five-hitter greenhouse gas atmosphere at thirty seven °C. The media was replaced at 3 day intervals. Metastatic tumor cells were subcultured once they reached 80–90% confluence. The numbers of metastatic tumor cells were counted victimization the manual hemocytometer methodology.

Repetitive magnetic stimulation

Dishes of genteel cells were at random allotted into the subsequent 3 groups: untreated controls (n = 4), low-frequency (0.5 Hz) stimulation cluster (n = 4), and high-frequency (10 Hz) stimulation cluster (n = 4). Briefly, the coil was placed higher than one dish (one dish per treatment group), and its center was aligned with the middle of the dish; the gap between the dimensional center of the coil and also the culture dish was one.0 cm. The repetitive magnetic stimulation was performed with zero.5 cps and ten cps frequencies (on-off interval, 3 s), with a 100% machine output stimulation intensity at a stimulation length of twenty min per day. The treatments were performed daily for three days. Management neurons were handled in an exceedingly similar manner to the treatment cluster exposed to the magnetic stimulation equipment for the identical length of your time however was protected by letter of the alphabet metal, thus didn’t receive any stimulation [5].

Surgical procedure

Surgeries were performed underneath sterile conditions and sedation by shot of xylazine coordination compound (5 mg/kg) and general anaesthetic at twenty five mg/kg weight. A motorized drill was wont to produce eight × three × a pair of.5 mm3 bone defect within the medial side of the proximal shinbone. The implants were inserted within the defects and secured in position by stitching the muscle, hypodermic tissue and skin in layers. Treated animals were daily administered with Claforan metallic element (Mapra Republic of India, India) at twenty mg/kg weight intramuscularly for five days at twelve hour interval and meloxicam at zero.2 mL/kg weight. Surgical wounds were inspected daily and acceptable wound care was given. Dye (ox tetracycline dehydrate; Pfizer Republic of India, India), twenty five mg/ kg weight, was intramuscularly injected three weeks before sacrifice. All animals were sacrificed when ninety days.

Post-operative analysis

Bone regeneration within the defect was monitored mistreatment successive radiographs taken straight off once implantation and once each month. The radiographs were examined to assess implant standing, implant–bone interface and new bone formation. For histologic analysis, bone specimens were collected from adjacent and bottom region of original bone defects, washed totally with traditional saline and were straight off fastened in 100 percent formal for seven days. Afterward, the bone tissues were decalcified mistreatment Goodling and Stewart’s fluid containing fifteen cubic centimetre acid, five cubic centimetres formal and eighty cubic centimetre water, followed by fixation with four-dimensional paraformaldehyde. Finally, the samples were embedded in wax and four sections were extracted followed by customary preparation and marking with hematoxylin and fluorescent dye. Dyestuff (ox tetracycline dehydrate; Pfizer Bharat, India), twenty five mg/kg weight, was intramuscularly injected three weeks before sacrifice [6].

Blockage of growth factors

To determine the relation between growth factors and cell proliferation, we have a tendency to used NT-3, GDNF and PDGF interference amide. Mouse malignant tumor cells were seeded at a density of one × 106 cells/cm2 in 100ϕ culture dish. After 24 h, cells were washed with Dulbecco’s phosphate buffered saline (DPBS; Invitrogen-Gibco) 5 times, and media were replaced with serum-free media containing a pair of μg/ml NT-3 interference amide (Santa Cruz Biotech), GDNF interference amide (Biovision, CA, USA) and PDGF interference amide (Santa Cruz Biotech). Cells were incubated with or while not protein interference peptides for twelve h. The cells were then treated rTMS stimulation with zero.5 Hz and ten Hz daily for three days .

Statistical analysis

Results shown within the bar graphs are the mean ± SE of a minimum of four freelance experiments. applied math analysis of cell proliferation was performed in untreated, 0.5 Hz and ten Hz stimulation teams mistreatment t-test and analysis of variance (ANOVA) with post hoc ergo propter hoc Bonferroni comparison. A P-value [7].


For the past decades, technologies are developed to outwardly trigger the drug unleash per physiological desires. Magnetic, ultrasonic, thermal, and electrical sources were used for controlled drug delivery. Semiconductor nanocrystals (QDs), as another system for drug delivery, became a vital tool in medical specialty analysis, particularly for multiplexed, quantitative and long-run visible radiation imaging and detection. One amongst the foremost vital rising applications of QDs seems to be drug delivery. The fundamental principle for victimization QDs arises from their property which may absorb NIR energy and emit their energy to unleash medication. The absorbed light-weight makes Associate in nursing electronic excitation potential within the material, exploit the lepton free within the conductivity band. This electron is swap into the valence band and makes heat.

We have chosen close to IR irradiation attributable to its distinctive properties. Whereas NIR will penetrate many centimetres deep into the cells and scaffolds, it’s biocompatible and has no poisonous result on the cells, thus NIR-active QDs is employed in a non-invasive manner. The emission spectral varies of 700–900 nm is employed in this study. The tunable unleash behaviour are achieved by optimizing the intensity and amount of NIR exposition [8].

We explained RA during this study in concert of the foremost studied growth factors within the current vegetative cell differentiation protocols. In previous studies, high dose of RA (50 μM) has been accustomed investigate neural differentiation of stem cells. though higher doses of RA will manufacture a high share of neural cells, RA may be a sturdy agent and may so be used at lower doses to stop toxicity. We recently used a lower dose (1 μM) of RA to induce neural marker expression in stem cells. However, it ought to be mentioned that conjointly one of RA may be a supraphysiological dose and its poisonous effects stay to be studied. We tend to believe that this developed system supported NIR-active QD can facilitate North American nation to decrease the concentration of growth factors to physiological levels (e.g. the vary of 10–100 nM for RA) to attain the specified specific lineage differentiation of stem cells [9].


Our results give proof that completely different frequencies of repetitive magnetic stimulation modulate protein expression and malignant tumor cell proliferation in numerous ways that. To our data, these findings is also the primary to demonstrate differential effects of repetitive magnetic stimulation on the expression of Akt and Erk, similarly as varied growth factors like BDNF, GDNF, NT3, and PDGF, and even vegetative cell proliferation. These results of repetitive magnetic stimulation might give a foundation for extra clinical studies [10].

Conflict of Interest

The authors indicate there’s no potential conflict of interest during this study.


The authors would love to convey Dr. Ghasem Yazdanpanah for his vital comments. This hypothesis relies on our current study on dopaminergic differentiation of amnionic animal tissue cells in Nanomedicine and Tissue Engineering research facility of Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. This work was supported by a grant from the Persia National Science Foundation (INSF).


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Citation: Mirmasoumi M (2022) Effects Of Low- And High-Frequency Repetitive Magnetic Stimulation on Vegetative Cell Proliferation and Protein Expression: A Preliminary Report. J Cytokine Biol 7: 422.

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