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Risedronate Positively Affects Osteogenic Differentiation of Human Mesenchymal Stromal Cells
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Carmen and Casado-Dيaz، نويسنده , , Antonio and Santiago-Mora، نويسنده , , Raquel and Dorado، نويسنده , , Gabriel and Quesada-Gَmez، نويسنده , , José Manuel، نويسنده ,
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روزنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 2013
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Background and Aims sphonates are widely used for the treatment of bone pathologies, mainly due to their ability to inhibit osteoclastic activity and thus bone resorption. Yet, their potential effect on bone formation is unclear. Our aim was to determine whether risedronate can affect osteoblastic differentiation of mesenchymal stromal cells (MSC). s luated the effect of the risedronate, which is a bisphosphonate widely used in clinical settings, on the differentiation of precursor cells of osteoblasts and adipocytes. Thus, MSC from human bone marrow were induced to differentiate into osteoblasts or adipocytes in the presence or absence of two risedronate concentrations (10−8 M and 10−9 M). s onate increased the levels of osteogenic markers including the extracellular matrix mineralization on cells induced to osteoblasts. On the other hand, such bisphosphonates did not have significant effects on the pparγ2 and lpl adipogenic genes or the fat vesicle accumulation on the cells induced into adipocytes. In addition, it increased the expression of early osteogenic differentiation genes like runx2 on MSC not induced to differentiate. sions onate concentrations used favor the osteogenic differentiation and the MSC commitment towards osteoblasts. This suggests the possibility of using this bisphosphonate in cyclic bone treatments with anabolic drugs, enhancing the effect of the latter via a previous MSC commitment to preosteoblasts.
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Mesenchymal stromal cell , Adipocyte differentiation , Risedronate , Osteoporosis , Osteoblast differentiation
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Archives of Medical Research
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