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Time-lapse confocal imaging - Supplementary video: 26689

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Published on Nov 15, 2011

Time-lapse confocal imaging of the BeAs-1 cells exposed to 1 µg/mL of VgcF. The cells were monitored every 10 minutes for 24 hours by using laserscanning confocal microscopy with a ×20 PlanFluor objective. The images were converted to a movie file at 10 frames/second. Supplementary video for original research paper published in the International Journal of Nanomedicine.

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Abstract: We examined differences in cellular responses to multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) using malignant pleural mesothelioma cells (MESO-1), bronchial epithelial cells (BEAS-2B), neuroblastoma cells (IMR-32), and monoblastic cells (THP-1), before and after differentiation. MESO-1, BEAS-2B and differentiated THP-1 cells actively endocytosed MWCNTs, resulting in cytotoxicity with lysosomal injury. However, cytotoxicity did not occur in IMR-32 or undifferentiated THP-1 cells. Both differentiated and undifferentiated THP-1 cells exhibited an inflammatory response. Carbon blacks were endocytosed by the same cell types without lysosomal damage and caused cytokine secretion, but they did not cause cytotoxicity. These results indicate that the cytotoxicity of MWCNTs requires not only cellular uptake but also lysosomal injury. Furthermore, it seems that membrane permeability or cytokine secretion without cytotoxicity results from several active mechanisms. Clarification of the cellular recognition mechanism for MWCNTs is important for developing safer MWCNTs.

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