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Selection of Tissue Factor-Deficient Cell Transplants as a Novel Strategy for Improving Hemocompatibility of Human Bone Marrow Stromal Cells
Oeller, M; Laner-Plamberger, S; Hochmann, S; Ketterl, N; Feichtner, M; Brachtl, G; Hochreiter, A; Scharler, C; Bieler, L; Romanelli, P; Couillard-Despres, S; Russe, E; Schallmoser, K; Strunk, D
THERANOSTICS. 2018; 8(5): 1421-1434.
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Bieler Lara Sophie
Brachtl Gabriele
Couillard-Després Sébastien
Feichtner Martina
Hochmann Sarah
Hochreiter Anna
Ketterl Nina
Laner-Plamberger Sandra
Öller Michaela
Romanelli Pasquale
Russe Elisabeth
Schallmoser Katharina
Scharler Cornelia
Strunk Dirk


Intravascular transplantation of tissue factor (TF)-bearing cells elicits an instant blood-mediated inflammatory reaction (IBMIR) resulting in thrombotic complications and reduced engraftment. Here we studied the hemocompatibility of commonly used human white adipose tissue (WAT), umbilical cord (UC) and bone marrow stromal cells (BMSC) and devised a possible strategy for safe and efficient stromal cell transplantation. Methods: Stromal cell identity, purity, and TF expression was tested by RTQ-PCR, flow cytometry and immunohistochemistry. Pro-coagulant activity and fibrin clot formation/stabilization was measured In Vitro by viscoelastic rotational plasma-thromboelastometry and in vivo by injecting sorted human stromal cells intravenously into rats. The impact of TF was verified in factor VII-deficient plasma and by sort-depleting TF/CD142(+) BMSC. Results: We found significantly less TF expression by a subpopulation of BMSC corresponding to reduced pro-coagulant activity. UC and WAT stroma showed broad TF expression and durable clotting. Higher cell numbers significantly increased clot formation partially dependent on coagulation factor VII. Depleting the TF/CD142+ subpopulation significantly ameliorated BMSCxxxs hemocompatibility without affecting immunomodulation. TF-deficient BMSC did not produce thromboembolism in vivo, comparing favorably to massive intravascular thrombosis induction by TF-expressing stromal cells. Conclusion: We demonstrate that plasma-based thromboelastometry provides a reliable tool to detect pro-coagulant activity of therapeutic cells. Selecting TF-deficient BMSC is a novel strategy for improving cell therapy applicability by reducing cell dose-dependent IBMIR risk. The particularly strong pro-coagulant activity of UC and WAT preparations sounds an additional note of caution regarding uncritical systemic application of stromal cells, particularly from non-hematopoietic extravascular sources.

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