Platelet GPIbα is a mediator and potential interventional target for NASH and subsequent liver cancer

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Platelet GPIbα is a mediator and potential interventional target for NASH and subsequent liver cancer. / Malehmir, Mohsen; Pfister, Dominik; Gallage, Suchira; Szydlowska, Marta; Inverso, Donato; Kotsiliti, Elena; Leone, Valentina; Peiseler, Moritz; Surewaard, Bas G J; Rath, Dominik; Ali, Adnan; Wolf, Monika Julia; Drescher, Hannah; Healy, Marc E; Dauch, Daniel; Kroy, Daniela; Krenkel, Oliver; Kohlhepp, Marlene; Engleitner, Thomas; Olkus, Alexander; Sijmonsma, Tjeerd; Volz, Julia; Deppermann, Carsten; Stegner, David; Helbling, Patrick; Nombela-Arrieta, César; Rafiei, Anahita; Hinterleitner, Martina; Rall, Marcel; Baku, Florian; Borst, Oliver; Wilson, Caroline L; Leslie, Jack; O'Connor, Tracy; Weston, Christopher J; Adams, David H; Sheriff, Lozan; Teijeiro, Ana; Prinz, Marco; Bogeska, Ruzhica; Anstee, Natasha; Bongers, Malte N; Notohamiprodjo, Mike; Geisler, Tobias; Withers, Dominic J; Ware, Jerry; Mann, Derek A; Augustin, Hellmut G; Vegiopoulos, Alexandros; Milsom, Michael D; Rose, Adam J.; Lalor, Patricia F.; Llovet, Josep M; Pinyol, Roser; Tacke, Frank; Rad, Roland; Matter, Matthias; Djouder, Nabil; Kubes, Paul; Knolle, Percy A; Unger, Kristian; Zender, Lars; Nieswandt, Bernhard; Gawaz, Meinrad; Weber, Achim; Heikenwalder, Mathias.

In: Nature Medicine, Vol. 25, No. 4, 01.04.2019, p. 641-655.

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Malehmir, M, Pfister, D, Gallage, S, Szydlowska, M, Inverso, D, Kotsiliti, E, Leone, V, Peiseler, M, Surewaard, BGJ, Rath, D, Ali, A, Wolf, MJ, Drescher, H, Healy, ME, Dauch, D, Kroy, D, Krenkel, O, Kohlhepp, M, Engleitner, T, Olkus, A, Sijmonsma, T, Volz, J, Deppermann, C, Stegner, D, Helbling, P, Nombela-Arrieta, C, Rafiei, A, Hinterleitner, M, Rall, M, Baku, F, Borst, O, Wilson, CL, Leslie, J, O'Connor, T, Weston, CJ, Adams, DH, Sheriff, L, Teijeiro, A, Prinz, M, Bogeska, R, Anstee, N, Bongers, MN, Notohamiprodjo, M, Geisler, T, Withers, DJ, Ware, J, Mann, DA, Augustin, HG, Vegiopoulos, A, Milsom, MD, Rose, AJ, Lalor, PF, Llovet, JM, Pinyol, R, Tacke, F, Rad, R, Matter, M, Djouder, N, Kubes, P, Knolle, PA, Unger, K, Zender, L, Nieswandt, B, Gawaz, M, Weber, A & Heikenwalder, M 2019, 'Platelet GPIbα is a mediator and potential interventional target for NASH and subsequent liver cancer', Nature Medicine, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 641-655. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-019-0379-5, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-019-0379-5

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Malehmir, M., Pfister, D., Gallage, S., Szydlowska, M., Inverso, D., Kotsiliti, E., Leone, V., Peiseler, M., Surewaard, B. G. J., Rath, D., Ali, A., Wolf, M. J., Drescher, H., Healy, M. E., Dauch, D., Kroy, D., Krenkel, O., Kohlhepp, M., Engleitner, T., ... Heikenwalder, M. (2019). Platelet GPIbα is a mediator and potential interventional target for NASH and subsequent liver cancer. Nature Medicine, 25(4), 641-655. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-019-0379-5, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-019-0379-5

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Malehmir, Mohsen ; Pfister, Dominik ; Gallage, Suchira ; Szydlowska, Marta ; Inverso, Donato ; Kotsiliti, Elena ; Leone, Valentina ; Peiseler, Moritz ; Surewaard, Bas G J ; Rath, Dominik ; Ali, Adnan ; Wolf, Monika Julia ; Drescher, Hannah ; Healy, Marc E ; Dauch, Daniel ; Kroy, Daniela ; Krenkel, Oliver ; Kohlhepp, Marlene ; Engleitner, Thomas ; Olkus, Alexander ; Sijmonsma, Tjeerd ; Volz, Julia ; Deppermann, Carsten ; Stegner, David ; Helbling, Patrick ; Nombela-Arrieta, César ; Rafiei, Anahita ; Hinterleitner, Martina ; Rall, Marcel ; Baku, Florian ; Borst, Oliver ; Wilson, Caroline L ; Leslie, Jack ; O'Connor, Tracy ; Weston, Christopher J ; Adams, David H ; Sheriff, Lozan ; Teijeiro, Ana ; Prinz, Marco ; Bogeska, Ruzhica ; Anstee, Natasha ; Bongers, Malte N ; Notohamiprodjo, Mike ; Geisler, Tobias ; Withers, Dominic J ; Ware, Jerry ; Mann, Derek A ; Augustin, Hellmut G ; Vegiopoulos, Alexandros ; Milsom, Michael D ; Rose, Adam J. ; Lalor, Patricia F. ; Llovet, Josep M ; Pinyol, Roser ; Tacke, Frank ; Rad, Roland ; Matter, Matthias ; Djouder, Nabil ; Kubes, Paul ; Knolle, Percy A ; Unger, Kristian ; Zender, Lars ; Nieswandt, Bernhard ; Gawaz, Meinrad ; Weber, Achim ; Heikenwalder, Mathias. / Platelet GPIbα is a mediator and potential interventional target for NASH and subsequent liver cancer. In: Nature Medicine. 2019 ; Vol. 25, No. 4. pp. 641-655.

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abstract = "Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease ranges from steatosis to non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), potentially progressing to cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Here, we show that platelet number, platelet activation and platelet aggregation are increased in NASH but not in steatosis or insulin resistance. Antiplatelet therapy (APT; aspirin/clopidogrel, ticagrelor) but not nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) treatment with sulindac prevented NASH and subsequent HCC development. Intravital microscopy showed that liver colonization by platelets depended primarily on Kupffer cells at early and late stages of NASH, involving hyaluronan-CD44 binding. APT reduced intrahepatic platelet accumulation and the frequency of platelet-immune cell interaction, thereby limiting hepatic immune cell trafficking. Consequently, intrahepatic cytokine and chemokine release, macrovesicular steatosis and liver damage were attenuated. Platelet cargo, platelet adhesion and platelet activation but not platelet aggregation were identified as pivotal for NASH and subsequent hepatocarcinogenesis. In particular, platelet-derived GPIbα proved critical for development of NASH and subsequent HCC, independent of its reported cognate ligands vWF, P-selectin or Mac-1, offering a potential target against NASH.",
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AU - Malehmir, Mohsen

AU - Pfister, Dominik

AU - Gallage, Suchira

AU - Szydlowska, Marta

AU - Inverso, Donato

AU - Kotsiliti, Elena

AU - Leone, Valentina

AU - Peiseler, Moritz

AU - Surewaard, Bas G J

AU - Rath, Dominik

AU - Ali, Adnan

AU - Wolf, Monika Julia

AU - Drescher, Hannah

AU - Healy, Marc E

AU - Dauch, Daniel

AU - Kroy, Daniela

AU - Krenkel, Oliver

AU - Kohlhepp, Marlene

AU - Engleitner, Thomas

AU - Olkus, Alexander

AU - Sijmonsma, Tjeerd

AU - Volz, Julia

AU - Deppermann, Carsten

AU - Stegner, David

AU - Helbling, Patrick

AU - Nombela-Arrieta, César

AU - Rafiei, Anahita

AU - Hinterleitner, Martina

AU - Rall, Marcel

AU - Baku, Florian

AU - Borst, Oliver

AU - Wilson, Caroline L

AU - Leslie, Jack

AU - O'Connor, Tracy

AU - Weston, Christopher J

AU - Adams, David H

AU - Sheriff, Lozan

AU - Teijeiro, Ana

AU - Prinz, Marco

AU - Bogeska, Ruzhica

AU - Anstee, Natasha

AU - Bongers, Malte N

AU - Notohamiprodjo, Mike

AU - Geisler, Tobias

AU - Withers, Dominic J

AU - Ware, Jerry

AU - Mann, Derek A

AU - Augustin, Hellmut G

AU - Vegiopoulos, Alexandros

AU - Milsom, Michael D

AU - Rose, Adam J.

AU - Lalor, Patricia F.

AU - Llovet, Josep M

AU - Pinyol, Roser

AU - Tacke, Frank

AU - Rad, Roland

AU - Matter, Matthias

AU - Djouder, Nabil

AU - Kubes, Paul

AU - Knolle, Percy A

AU - Unger, Kristian

AU - Zender, Lars

AU - Nieswandt, Bernhard

AU - Gawaz, Meinrad

AU - Weber, Achim

AU - Heikenwalder, Mathias

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N2 - Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease ranges from steatosis to non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), potentially progressing to cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Here, we show that platelet number, platelet activation and platelet aggregation are increased in NASH but not in steatosis or insulin resistance. Antiplatelet therapy (APT; aspirin/clopidogrel, ticagrelor) but not nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) treatment with sulindac prevented NASH and subsequent HCC development. Intravital microscopy showed that liver colonization by platelets depended primarily on Kupffer cells at early and late stages of NASH, involving hyaluronan-CD44 binding. APT reduced intrahepatic platelet accumulation and the frequency of platelet-immune cell interaction, thereby limiting hepatic immune cell trafficking. Consequently, intrahepatic cytokine and chemokine release, macrovesicular steatosis and liver damage were attenuated. Platelet cargo, platelet adhesion and platelet activation but not platelet aggregation were identified as pivotal for NASH and subsequent hepatocarcinogenesis. In particular, platelet-derived GPIbα proved critical for development of NASH and subsequent HCC, independent of its reported cognate ligands vWF, P-selectin or Mac-1, offering a potential target against NASH.

AB - Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease ranges from steatosis to non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), potentially progressing to cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Here, we show that platelet number, platelet activation and platelet aggregation are increased in NASH but not in steatosis or insulin resistance. Antiplatelet therapy (APT; aspirin/clopidogrel, ticagrelor) but not nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) treatment with sulindac prevented NASH and subsequent HCC development. Intravital microscopy showed that liver colonization by platelets depended primarily on Kupffer cells at early and late stages of NASH, involving hyaluronan-CD44 binding. APT reduced intrahepatic platelet accumulation and the frequency of platelet-immune cell interaction, thereby limiting hepatic immune cell trafficking. Consequently, intrahepatic cytokine and chemokine release, macrovesicular steatosis and liver damage were attenuated. Platelet cargo, platelet adhesion and platelet activation but not platelet aggregation were identified as pivotal for NASH and subsequent hepatocarcinogenesis. In particular, platelet-derived GPIbα proved critical for development of NASH and subsequent HCC, independent of its reported cognate ligands vWF, P-selectin or Mac-1, offering a potential target against NASH.

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KW - Body Weight/drug effects

KW - Cytokines/metabolism

KW - Cytoplasmic Granules/drug effects

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