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Subject/Keyword
Partial Bladder Outlet Obstruction
Mesenchymal Stem Cells
Proteomics
Type of item
Thesis
Degree grantor
University of Alberta
Author or creator
Alsaikhan, Bader H
Supervisor and department
Metcalfe, Peter D. (Surgery)
Examining committee member and department
Adesida, Adetola (Surgery)
Ding, Jie (Surgery)
Churchill, Thomas A (Surgery)
Department
Department of Surgery
Specialization
Experimental Surgery
Date accepted
2013-07-15T13:17:59Z
Graduation date
2013-11
Degree
Master of Science
Degree level
Master's
Abstract
Introduction: Partial bladder outlet obstruction (pBOO) is a common problem in urology. It passes through several pathological phases before progressing to bladder fibrosis. Herein, we investigated the proteomic profile of the urinary bladder in the early phase after pBOO, and examined the therapeutic role of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) in this pathology. Methods: Proteomic analysis of bladder tissue was performed using liquid- chromatography – mass spectrometry. The effects of intravenous injection of MSCs were examined on bladder function and gene transcription of previously described factors and newly detected proteins after proteomic analysis. Results: pBOO induced an increase in inflammatory, hypoxic, and cellular stress markers. Treatment with MSCs improved these molecular changes and helped maintain normal bladder capacity. Conclusion: Pathological changes happen early after pBOO. Inflammation, hypoxia, and mechanical strain seem to be the main factors in initiating the pathological cascade. Treatment with MSCs was successful in halting the inflammatory and hypoxic changes in the early phase after pBOO.
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English
DOI
doi:10.7939/R3707X02T
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Abstract: Early Changes in Proteomic Profile of Urinary Bladder After Partial Bladder Outlet Obstruction. Bader H. Alsaikhan*, Jie Ding, Edward E. Tredget, Richard Fahlman, Peter D. Metcalfe, Edmonton, Canada. Link:  http://www.spuonline.org/abstracts/2013/MP16.cgi

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