alexa Role of NADPH oxidase in the mechanism of lung neutrophil sequestration and microvessel injury induced by Gram-negative sepsis: studies in p47phox- - and gp91phox- - mice.
Immunology

Immunology

Journal of Clinical & Cellular Immunology

Author(s): Gao XP, Standiford TJ, Rahman A, Newstead M, Holland SM,

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Abstract We addressed the role of O(2) generated by the NADPH oxidase complex in the mechanism of polymorphonuclear leukocyte (PMN) accumulation and transalveolar migration and lung microvascular injury. Studies were made in mice lacking the p47(phox) and gp91(phox) subunits of NADPH oxidase (p47(phox-/-) and gp91(phox-/-)) in which PMN are incapable of the respiratory burst. The mice were challenged i.p. with live Escherichia coli to induce sepsis. We observed time-dependent increases in PMN sequestration and migration from 1 to 6 h after challenge with 2 x 10(8) E. coli. The responses in knockout mice were greater post-E. coli challenge compared with control mice; i.e., transalveolar PMN migration post-E. coli challenge increased by approximately 50\% in the null mice above values in wild type. The increased PMN infiltration was associated with decreased lung bacterial clearance. The generation of the chemoattractant macrophage-inflammatory protein-2 in lung tissue was greater in NADPH oxidase-defective mice after E. coli challenge than control mice; moreover, macrophage-inflammatory protein-2 Ab pretreatment prevented the PMN infiltration. We also observed that E. coli failed to increase lung microvascular permeability in p47(phox-/-) and gp91(phox-/-) mice despite the greater lung PMN sequestration. Thus, O(2) production is required for the induction of sepsis-induced lung microvascular injury. We conclude that NADPH oxidase-derived O(2) generation has an important bactericidal role, such that an impairment in bacterial clearance in NADPH oxidase-defective mice results in increased chemokine generation and lung tissue PMN infiltration.
This article was published in J Immunol and referenced in Journal of Clinical & Cellular Immunology

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