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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.5.2014.tde-29042014-101952
Document
Author
Full name
Roberto Iglesias Lopes
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2014
Supervisor
Committee
Denes, Francisco Tibor (President)
Giron, Amilcar Martins
Hachul, Maurício
Leite, Katia Ramos Moreira
Tucci Junior, Silvio
Title in Portuguese
Avaliação dos valores séricos e urinários de CA 19-9 e TGFbeta1 na obstrução parcial e completa de ureteres em ratos
Keywords in Portuguese
Antígeno CA 19-9
Fator de crescimento transformador beta 1
Obstrução ureteral
Ratos Wistar
Ureter
Abstract in Portuguese
Introdução: A alteração dos níveis normais de marcadores séricos e urinários ocorre na presença de dano renal associado à uropatia obstrutiva. Valores séricos e e urinários de TGF beta1 e CA 19-9 ainda não foram avaliados em modelo experimental de uropatia obstrutiva. Material e Métodos: Ratos foram divididos em sete grupos: referência, sham operation, nefrectomia unilateral, ligadura completa de ureter unilateral, obstrução parcial de ureter unilateral, obstrução parcial de ambos ureteres, nefrectomia unilateral associada à obstrução parcial do ureter contralateral. Morfometria renal e ureteral, concentrações séricas e urinárias de TGF beta1 e CA 19-9 e expressão tecidual renal de CA 19-9 foram analisadas. A correlação destes marcadores com os grupos submetidos a obstrução completa, obstrução parcial ou sem obstrução foi realizada. Resultados: Achados anatomopatológicos correlacionaram-se positivamente à intensidade da obstrução ureteral e negativamente aos níveis urinários de CA 19-9. Subexpressão acentuada do CA 19-9 foi observada em unidades renais com obstrução completa. Não foram encontradas diferenças estatisticamente significativas para os marcadores TGF beta1 urinário, TGF beta1 sérico e para o CA 19-9 sérico Conclusões: O CA 19-9 urinário correlacionou-se negativamente com o grau de obstrução ureteral. A análise imuno-histoquímica demonstrou a expressão do CA 19-9 no citoplasma das células epiteliais tubulares, sugerindo produção renal do marcador. O TGF beta1 sérico e urinário não apresentaram modificações de acordo com o grau de severidade e tempo de obstrução, o que pode estar relacionado a remodelamento renal menos intenso em resposta à uropatia obstrutiva nestes ratos
Title in English
Seric and urinary evaluation of CA 19-9 and TGF beta1 in a rat model of partial or complete ureteral obstruction
Keywords in English
CA 19-9 antigen
Transforming growth factor beta1
Ureter
Ureteral obstruction
Wistar rats
Abstract in English
Introduction: Abnormal levels of serum and urinary markers occur in the presence of renal damage associated to obstructive uropathy. Urinary and serum TGFbeta1 and CA 19- 9 have not yet been evaluated in an experimental model of obstructive uropathy. Material and Methods: Rats were divided into seven groups: reference, sham operation, unilateral nephrectomy, complete unilateral ureteral obstruction, partial unilateral ureteral obstruction, partial bilateral ureteral obstruction, and unilateral nephrectomy with contralateral partial ureteral obstruction. Kidney and ureter morphometry, TGFbeta1 and CA 19-9 serum and urinary concentrations and CA 19-9 renal tissue expression were analysed. Correlation of these markers to complete, partial obstruction or unobstructed groups was performed. Results: Pathological findings correlated positively with the degree of ureteral obstruction, but negatively with urinary CA 19-9 levels. Marked underexpression of CA 19-9 was observed in kidneys with complete ureteral obstruction. No statistically significant differences were found for urinary and serum TGFbeta1 and also for serum CA 19-9. Conclusions: Urinary CA 19-9 correlated negatively with ureteral obstruction grade. Immunohistochemistry depicted CA 19-9 expression on epithelial tubular cells cytoplasm, suggesting renal origin. Serum and urinary TGFbeta1 did not show alterations in response to severity and length of urinary obstruction, which might be associated with less intense renal remodeling
 
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2014-04-29
 
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