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Asian-Australas J Anim Sci > Volume 23(11); 2010 > Article
Animal Biotechnology
Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences 2010;23(11): 1519-1526.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5713/ajas.2010.10062    Published online October 25, 2010.
Serum Lipids Can Convert Bovine Myogenic Satellite Cells to Adipocytes
Jagadish Beloor, Hye Kyeong Kang, Yang Soo Moon
Abstract
Serum lipid (SL) is a commercially available cholesterol-rich, proteinaceous compound extracted from bovine serum. Here we investigated the adipogenic transdifferentiation potential of SL on bovine myogenic satellite cells. Exposure of satellite cells to SL could generate lipid droplets on day 2, and further exposure to SL increased cytoplasmic lipid accumulation giving adipocyte morphology. The expression analysis of PPAR gamma and GPDH adipocyte markers along with Oil-red-O staining results confirmed the transdifferentiation potential of SL. When cells were treated at different concentrations (5, 10, 20, 40 l/ml) of SL, the results indicated that even levels as low as 5 l SL /ml could induce transdifferentiation, and maximum induction was obtained at 20 l SL/ml. After treatment with SL at different concentrations the expression levels of PPAR gamma varied significantly (p<0.05), whereas the expression of other adipogenic transcription factors showed no difference, indicating that SL acts through PPAR gamma. The combined effect of SL and troglitazone proved to be the best combination for induction of transdifferentiation compared to the individual effect of SL or troglitazone. Thus, overall results clearly show that SL induces transdifferentiation of bovine myogenic satellite cells to adipocytes.
Keywords: Transdifferentiation; Bovine Satellite Cells; Serum Lipids; Myocytes; Adipocytes


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