Journal Article Landiolol hydrochloride ameliorates acute lung injury in a rat model of early sepsis through the suppression of elevated levels of pulmonary endothelin-1

Matsuishi, Yujiro  ,  Jesmin, Subrina  ,  Kawano, Satoru  ,  Hideaki, Sakuramoto  ,  Shimojo, Nobutake  ,  Mowa, Chishimba Nathan  ,  Akhtar, Shila  ,  Zaedi, Sohel  ,  Khatun, Tanzila  ,  Tsunoda, Yoshiya  ,  Kiwamoto, Takumi  ,  Hizawa, Nobuyuki  ,  Inoue, Yoshiaki  ,  Mizutani, Taro

166pp.27 - 33 , 2016-12 , Elsevier
ISSN:0024-3205
NCID:AA00717011
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Among the dysfunctions and pathologies associated with sepsis, the underlying molecular mechanisms of sepsis-induced acute lung injury (ALI) are poorly understood. Endothelin (ET)-1, a potent vasoconstrictor and pro-inflammatory peptide, is known to be involved in the pathogenesis of ALI in a rat model of sepsis. Here, we investigated whether landiolol hydrochloride, an ultra-short-acting β-blocker, plays a crucial role in ameliorating and attenuating LPS-induced ALI through modulation of the ET-1 system. Male Wistar rats at 8 weeks of age were administered with either saline or lipopolysaccharide (LPS) for three hours (3 h) and some of the LPS-administered rats were continuously treated with landiolol for 3 h. ALI was induced by LPS, including levels of both circulatory and pulmonary TNF-α and IL-6 but [PaO2] was significantly decreased. LPS also induced a significant increase in levels of pulmonary ET-1 and ET-A receptor, but levels of ET-B receptor, which has vasodilating effects, were remarkably diminished. Further, LPS administration upregulated the pulmonary expression of HIF-1α. Finally, the treatment of LPS-administered rats with landiolol for 3 h ameliorated and prevented ALI, normalized the altered levels of pulmonary ET-1 and ET-A receptors. Landiolol also induced significant down-regulation of ET-B receptor in lung tissues in the early hours (phase) of sepsis. However, Landiolol treatment had no effect on the up-regulated inflammatory mediators (TNF-α, IL-6) in both plasma and lung tissues during sepsis, and expression of pulmonary HIF-1α also remained unchanged after landiolol treatment. Collectively, these data led us to conclude that landiolol may ameliorate sepsis-induced ALI via the pulmonary ET system.
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