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Pecam1  -  platelet/endothelial cell adhesion molecule 1

Rattus norvegicus

Synonyms: CD31, PECAM-1, Pecam, Platelet endothelial cell adhesion molecule
 
 
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Disease relevance of Pecam

 

High impact information on Pecam

  • Platelet-endothelial cell adhesion molecule-1 (PECAM-1, CD31) plays an active role in the process of leukocyte migration through cultured endothelial cells in vitro and anti-PECAM-1 antibodies (Abs) inhibit accumulation of leukocytes into sites of inflammation in vivo [6].
  • To address this point directly, we studied the effect of an anti-PECAM-1 Ab, recognizing rat PECAM-1, on leukocyte responses within rat mesenteric microvessels using intravital microscopy [6].
  • Further, our findings provide the first in vivo indication that PECAM-1 may have an important role in triggering the passage of leukocytes through the perivascular basement membrane [6].
  • Histology showed iron-labeled cells around the tumor rim in labeled mice, which expressed CD31 and von Willebrand factor, indicating the transplanted cells detected in the tumor have differentiated into endothelial-like cells [7].
  • The PSMA-positive cell-outlined channels are CD31 negative and mutually exclusive of CD31-positive cell-lined channels elsewhere in the tumor consistent with tumor cells adapted to a pseudoendothelial phenotype in vasculogenic mimicry [8].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Pecam

 

Biological context of Pecam

  • Nevertheless, the gene expression of c/EBPalpha, GATA-2, and most of the CYP genes was dramatically reduced (up to 90%) in cell cultures lacking PECAM-1 expression; in strong contrast, expression of the silencer Oct-1 was massively increased (approximately 14-fold) [11].
  • Systemic sBG treatment significantly reduced tumor microvessel density detected with histological analyses and CD-31 immunostainings, as well as tumor blood volume measured with hemoglobin content [12].
  • Frozen sections were examined histologically and stained for vascular cellular adhesion molecule-1 (VCAM-1), platelet-endothelial cell adhesion molecule-1 (PECAM-1), major histocompatibility complex (MHC) class II, tissue factor, leukocyte function associated molecule-1 (LFA-1), very late antigen-4 (VLA-4), as well as for inflammatory cells [13].
  • ICAM-1 and PECAM-1 showed similar kinetics and a diffuse distribution [14].
  • Further, expression of the disease markers beta-MHC and VCAM-1 was repressed (P<0.05), as was expression of the myocyte enhancer factor MEF2c [15].
 

Anatomical context of Pecam

  • There was also no increase in the number of intravascular neutrophils within the bronchial vessels after treatment with anti-PECAM-1 antibody [1].
  • RESULTS: In experimental rats, an increased PECAM-1 mRNA expression was seen from 4 to 8 h of AEP in peripheral circulation (0.77+/-0.25%, 0.76+/-0.28%, 0.89+/-0.30%, 1.00+/-0.21%), while in pancreatic microcirculation, expression decreased from 2 h and reached the lowest level at 6 h of AEP (0.78+/-0.29%, 0.75+/-0.26%, 0.62+/-0.28%, 0.66+/-0.20%) [2].
  • PECAM-1 expression on PMNs from splenic vein and inferior vena cava was determined by RT-PCR at mRNA level and determined by flow cytometry at protein level [2].
  • OBJECTIVE: To study the changes of platelet endothelial cell adhesion molecule-1 (PECAM-1) expression on polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMNs) in peripheral circulation and pancreatic microcirculation in rats with acute edematous pancreatitis (AEP) [16].
  • Mural precursor cells (MPCs) isolated with a nonenzymatic method from the intimal aspect of the rat aorta were positive for smooth muscle cell markers (alpha-smooth muscle actin and calponin) and negative for endothelial markers (factor-VIII-related antigen and CD31) [17].
 

Associations of Pecam with chemical compounds

  • Histological analysis of Calu-6 tumors treated with 50 mg/kg/day ZD6474 for 24 days showed a significant reduction (>70%) in CD31 (endothelial cell) staining in nonnecrotic regions [18].
  • In addition, SU5416 administration significantly inhibited the formation of portal-systemic collateral vessels (52% inhibition), as well as the splanchnic CD31 and VEGF receptor-2 protein expressions in portal hypertensive rats, compared with those receiving vehicle [19].
  • Both platelet-endothelial cell adhesion molecule-1 (PECAM-1/CD31) and the integrin alphavbeta3 have been implicated in this process, and in vitro studies have identified alphavbeta3 as a heterotypic ligand for PECAM-1 [20].
  • RESULTS: Treatment of donor and recipient animals significantly increased blood and heart tissue vitamin E levels (P<0.05) [15].
  • Staining for VEGF correlated with CD-31 vessel counts (no./mm2: C, 53.1 +/- 16.1; G, 166 +/- 32; NAG, 183 +/- 32; P < 0.05) [21].
 

Regulatory relationships of Pecam

 

Other interactions of Pecam

  • Protein expressions of CD31, VEGF receptor-2 and VEGF were also determined by Western blotting [19].
  • RESULTS: Semiquantitative analysis revealed that the capillary density and mRNA expression of PECAM-1, VCAM-1 and VEGF were significantly lower in the one-kidney group compared to the two-kidney group on day 14 [23].
  • Administration of insulin reversed the delay in ulcer healing and significantly decreased the expression of IL-1 beta and TNF-alpha, while producing the rise in the expression of VEGF and PECAM [24].
  • The acceleration of ulcer healing by PPAR-gamma ligand was accompanied by a significant increase in the expression of PECAM-1 protein, a marker of angiogenesis [25].
  • RMLEC express known endothelial- and lymphatic-specific markers as well as the following adhesion molecules: N-cadherin, E-cadherin, PECAM-1, alpha-catenin, beta-catenin, gamma-catenin, p120, and a variety of integrins [26].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Pecam

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