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XB-ART-49275
BMC Dev Biol July 25, 2014; 14 32.

Proteomic analysis of fibroblastema formation in regenerating hind limbs of Xenopus laevis froglets and comparison to axolotl.

Rao N , Song F , Jhamb D , Wang M , Milner DJ , Price NM , Belecky-Adams TL , Palakal MJ , Cameron JA , Li B , Chen X , Stocum DL .


Abstract
To gain insight into what differences might restrict the capacity for limb regeneration in Xenopus froglets, we used High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)/double mass spectrometry to characterize protein expression during fibroblastema formation in the amputated froglet hindlimb, and compared the results to those obtained previously for blastema formation in the axolotl limb. Comparison of the Xenopus fibroblastema and axolotl blastema revealed several similarities and significant differences in proteomic profiles. The most significant similarity was the strong parallel down regulation of muscle proteins and enzymes involved in carbohydrate metabolism. Regenerating Xenopus limbs differed significantly from axolotl regenerating limbs in several ways: deficiency in the inositol phosphate/diacylglycerol signaling pathway, down regulation of Wnt signaling, up regulation of extracellular matrix (ECM) proteins and proteins involved in chondrocyte differentiation, lack of expression of a key cell cycle protein, ecotropic viral integration site 5 (EVI5), that blocks mitosis in the axolotl, and the expression of several patterning proteins not seen in the axolotl that may dorsalize the fibroblastema. We have characterized global protein expression during fibroblastema formation after amputation of the Xenopus froglet hindlimb and identified several differences that lead to signaling deficiency, failure to retard mitosis, premature chondrocyte differentiation, and failure of dorsoventral axial asymmetry. These differences point to possible interventions to improve blastema formation and pattern formation in the froglet limb.

PubMed ID: 25063185
PMC ID: PMC4222900
Article link: BMC Dev Biol

Genes referenced: acta1 actg1 actn3 aldoa aldob anxa1.1 anxa2 atp2a3 atp5f1b b3gnt5 bhmt casq1 cct2 cox5a dag1 des.1 des.2 dynll1 eef1a2 eef2.1 eef2.2 eif4a1 eif4b eno1 evi5 ezr fgb fgg fkbp10 fn1 fubp1 gdi2 glud1 h2axl hsp90aa1.1 hsp90aa1.2 hsp90b1 krt12.4 krt12.5 krt12.6 krt19 krt55 krt62 macroh2a2 mat2a mat2b mvp mybpc3 myh13 mylpf ocm3 ocm4.2 p4hb pdcd6ip pdia3 pdia6 pgm1 pls3 prdx1 psmb1 pygm rpl12 rpl15 rpl22 rpl23 rpl30 rpl4 rpl7l1 rplp0 rps19 rps6 slc25a24 snrpe tardbp tnnc2 tnnt3 tpi1 tpm2 trim29 tubb4b vim ywhae ywhaz
Antibodies: Dag1 Ab1 Itgb1 Ab1 Vim Ab1


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Abdel-Karim, Mitotic activity in the blastema and stump tissues of regenerating hind limbs of Xenopus laevis larvae after amputation at ankle level. An autoradiographic study. 1990, Pubmed, Xenbase


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