Background aims: The Pall Celeris system is a filtration-based point-of-care device designed to obtain a high concentrate of peripheral blood total nucleated cells (PB-TNCs). We have characterized the Pall Celeris-derived TNCs for their in vitro and in vivo angiogenic potency. Methods: PB-TNCs isolated from healthy donors were characterized through the use of flow cytometry and functional assays, aiming to assess migratory capacity, ability to form capillary-like structures, endothelial trans-differentiation and paracrine factor secretion. In a hind limb ischemia mouse model, we evaluated perfusion immediately and 7 days after surgery, along with capillary, arteriole and regenerative fiber density and local bio-distribution. Results: Human PB-TNCs isolated by use of the Pall Celeris filtration system were shown to secrete a panel of angiogenic factors and migrate in response to vascular endothelial growth factor and stromal-derived factor-1 stimuli. Moreover, after injection in a mouse model of hind limb ischemia, PB-TNCs induced neovascularization by increasing capillary, arteriole and regenerative fiber numbers, with human cells detected in murine tissue up to 7 days after ischemia. Conclusions: The Pall Celeris system may represent a novel, effective and reliable point-of-care device to obtain a PB-derived cell product with adequate potency for therapeutic angiogenesis.

Characterization of the Pall Celeris system as a point-of-care device for therapeutic angiogenesis

PERSICO, LUCA;
2015

Abstract

Background aims: The Pall Celeris system is a filtration-based point-of-care device designed to obtain a high concentrate of peripheral blood total nucleated cells (PB-TNCs). We have characterized the Pall Celeris-derived TNCs for their in vitro and in vivo angiogenic potency. Methods: PB-TNCs isolated from healthy donors were characterized through the use of flow cytometry and functional assays, aiming to assess migratory capacity, ability to form capillary-like structures, endothelial trans-differentiation and paracrine factor secretion. In a hind limb ischemia mouse model, we evaluated perfusion immediately and 7 days after surgery, along with capillary, arteriole and regenerative fiber density and local bio-distribution. Results: Human PB-TNCs isolated by use of the Pall Celeris filtration system were shown to secrete a panel of angiogenic factors and migrate in response to vascular endothelial growth factor and stromal-derived factor-1 stimuli. Moreover, after injection in a mouse model of hind limb ischemia, PB-TNCs induced neovascularization by increasing capillary, arteriole and regenerative fiber numbers, with human cells detected in murine tissue up to 7 days after ischemia. Conclusions: The Pall Celeris system may represent a novel, effective and reliable point-of-care device to obtain a PB-derived cell product with adequate potency for therapeutic angiogenesis.
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