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Extracellular Vesicles

Extracellular Vesicles

Extracellular vesicles (EVs) are nanoparticles surrounded by lipid bylayers that are released from eucaryotic and procaryotic cells. Their size ranges from 30nm to 4µm. The first evidence of these subcellular structures was found in 1956 by Don Fawcett during electron microscopic examination of tumor cells. Due to this fact and the lack of methods to analyse particles in this subcellular size range it took about five decades before their role was further investigated. Since the early 2000s, the number of publications on EVs has been increasing drastically.
Publications about Extracellular Vesicles since the Fifties
Source: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=extracellular+vesicle&timeline=expanded

Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) thus contributed significantly to the understanding of the biological relevance of extracellular vesicles, as it was the first method making EVs visible in their natural dispersed state.

Using Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis and other techniques, multiple publications have shown that extracellular vesicles are involved in the regulation of cellular activities. They fulfill their functions by transporting DNA, RNA, proteins, lipids and metabolites from their origin to their target cells.

EVs are divided into exosomes, microvesicles and apoptotic bodies depending on their origin and genesis. Exosomes are the smallest EVs with a size of 30 – 130 nm. They are of endosomal origin and must undergo exocytosis to be released from their cell of origin. In addition, there are microvesicles that are up to 1000 nm in size and are formed by plasma membrane excrescence. The largest EVs are the apoptotic bodies, which are formed during programmed cell death.

Visualization of Cell Secreting Exosomes, Apoptotic Bodies and Microvesicles
Source: https://www.frontiersin.org/files/Articles/306856/fcvm-04-00071-HTML/image_m/fcvm-04-00071-g001.jpg

Extracellular Vesicles
and their role in different diseases

Extracellular vesicles do not only regulate physiological cell activity but also cellular response under pathological conditions. By receptor expressionon the surface, vesicles can navigate to their specific target cell. Once captured, they can alter intercellular pathways through receptor binding or influence intercellular functions after releasing their cargo into the recipient cell by endocytosis or fusion with the plasma membrane.

In particular, their role in different cancer entities has been intensively investigated in multiple studies. It is known that EVs, and thus exosomes in particular, act as pivotal players in mediating tumor growth and metastatis by influencing drug resistance, immune modulation or vascularisation.

In addition to their role in cancer, EVs play a role in regulating cardiovascular diseases like arteriosclerosis, stroke or arrhythmia by mediating inflammation-related processes.  In this context, EVs have both a disease-promoting and a protective effect.

Furthermore, extracellular vesicles are known to contribute to other diseases such as diabetes, neurogenerative and respiratory diseases.

Extracellular vesicles are involved in infectious diseases induced by bacteria, parasites and viruses. In this process, the host expresses extracellular vesicles, which are thought to participate in regulating the immune response. The pathogen also expresses extracellular vesicles that promote disease progression. In particular there is growing evidence that pathogen exosomes can act directly on host cells to reprogram their cellular functions.

Since EVs have also been shown to be involved in plant diseases, they seem to be an ubiquitous instrument orchestrating host pathogen relationships.

Investigating the involvement
of extracellular vesicles in diseases

To examine the involvement and relevance of EVs in disease progression, they must be isolated from the patient. In most cases the EVs are extracted from body fluids such as blood, urine, or saliva. Due to their small size, extraction is a challenge, for which different techniques can be used. Ultracentrifugation in the most commonly used, but other, more specific techniques such as charge neutralization-based precipitation, gelfiltration or affinity purification can also be used. Since they differ in yield, purity, reproducibility and also in quality, the method of choice should be chosen depending on the planned downstream application.

After isolation, the obtained vesicles should be checked with NTA, since this is the easiest and fastest technique providing reliable information about the size and concentration of the isolated vesicles. Additionally, purity should be checked by fluorescence Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (F-NTA) using specific dyes to label the vesicles of interest. For exosome isolations, triple staining with antibodies directed against CD9, CD63 and CD81 is recommended providing detailed information on the size, concentration and percentage of the exosome fraction. To unravel the origin of the obtained exosomes, counterstaining with a specific cell marker can be performed for analysis in the ZetaView® TWIN or QUATT multilaser systems.

Afterwards, different methods are used to determine the contribution of the EVs to the disease. For example, their cargo is analysed to understand in which way they influence the behaviour of their target cells. Here, the proteins and nucleic acids are of greatest interest since they have the ability to influence gene expression. Therefore, the vesicles cargo is isolated using solubilizing agents to destroy the surface of the extracellular vesicles. Subsequently, different proteomic approaches can be performed. Protein identification by comparing the isolated proteins with a protein library is often used as a starting point. By comparing samples from healthy and diseased patients, candidates of interest can be identified.

The quantity of these candidates can then be analysed by methods like Western blotting, ELISA, flow cytometry or F-NTA. Of greatest interest is, of course, the functional proteomics analysis, which identifies the biological function of the identified proteins. The method spectra here is extremely broad, since protein functions can differ enormously. As a first indication, the interaction of proteins with other well-characterized proteins can be analysed using methods like co-immunoprecipitation or fluorescence-based microscopy techniques such as FLIM or FRET.

However, even if the biological function cannot be unravelled, the identified proteins can be used as biomarker for a specific disease. The protein content of the EVs can be analysed to determine a patient’s disease state or monitor a patient’s response to a treatment. Therefore, the isolated EVs can be stained using specific antibodies and then analysed using F-NTA or other methods. Because the isolation of EVs is not invasive it has multiple obvious advantages over biopsy.

Extracellular Vesicles as a therapeutic approach

Since it is known that EVs can effectively target their recipient cell and release cargo to alter cellular functions, they are an obvious and effective vehicle for therapeutics. Because of their direct targeting to the recipient cells, the administered drug concentration can be decreased, resulting in reduced toxicity, fewer side effects and lower treatment costs. Of note is the ability of the EVs to cross natural barriers such as tissue, cellular and intracellular barriers. Even the most challenging barrier for therapeutic approaches, the blood brain barrier, can be overcome by EVs.

There are two generally different ways in which EVs can be used for therapeutic approaches. Either their endogenous potential is used, or they serve as vehicles for the transport of artificial cargo.

The Endogenous Potential of Extracellular Vesicles

Their endogenous potential can be used, for example, as cancer vaccine. Tumor EVs extracted from cell lines can thus elicit anti-tumor immune response, which has already been successfully tested in clinical trials.

Additionally, EVs extracted from specific tissues can be used to induce or support tissue regeneration after injury or surgery.

Extracellular Vesicles as Vehicles for the Transport of Artificial Cargo

For the use of EVs as vehicle for drugs, an effective way of loading must be used. In general, there are two ways: either the cargo is loaded during the biogenesis of the EVs by the parental cell or exogenously after the EV isolation.

Especially for chemotherapy, EV mediated direct targeting of tumor cells would be of great advantage, as it would solve many problems such as systemic effects due to its high cytotoxicity and rapid clearance. Synthetic vesicles have been developed for that purpose some of which are already clinically approved. 

The production of artificial vesicles, in contrast to the generation of EVs, can be controlled and standardized much easier, what guarantees consistent product quality. However, in terms of efficacy, natural EVs are superior, as they are generally less cytotoxic and much more effective in targeting.

For product safety the production of vesicles must monitored. The Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis technique is here of great help since the concentration and purity can be analysed within minutes. Additionally, the loading can be analysed by the use of F-NTA.

Application Notes

Publications

Exosomal miR-17-3p Alleviates Programmed Necrosis in Cardiac Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury by Regulating TIMP3 Expression

Zhuyuan Liu, Didi Zhu, Fuchao Yu, Mingming Yang, Dan Huang, Zhenjun Ji, Wenbin Lu, and Genshan Ma

Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity: Oxidative Stress and Programmed Cell Death in Cardiovascular Diseases

2022

ApplicationsCardiovascular DiseasesConcentration MeasurementExosomesExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

miRNAmiaMyocardial ischemia/reperfusion injuryReperfusio

Full Text

Fetal Membranes Contribute to Drug Transport across the Feto-Maternal Interface Utilizing the Breast Cancer Resistance Protein (BCRP)

Ananthkumar Kammala, Meagan Benson, Esha Ganguly, Enkhtuya Radnaa, Talar Kechichian, Lauren Richardson and Ramkumar Menon

life: New Insights into the Placental and Placental Membrane Pathophysiology of Preterm Birth

2022

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExosomesExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

breast cancer resistance proteindrug transportationpregnancy

Full Text

Synergy of Human Platelet-Derived Extracellular Vesicles with Secretome Proteins Promotes Regenerative Functions

Fausto Gueths Gomes, André Cronemberger Andrade, Martin Wolf, Sarah Hochmann, Linda Krisch, Nicole Maeding, Christof Regl, Rodolphe Poupardin, Patricia Ebner-Peking, Christian G. Huber, Nicole Meisner-Kober, Katharina Schallmoser and Dirk Strunk

Biomedicines

2022

Extracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesiclesZeta Potential

EV coronahuman platelet lysateproteomics

Full Text

Formation of a protein corona on the surface of extracellular vesicles in blood plasma

Eszter Á. Tóth, Lilla Turiák, Tamás Visnovitz, Csaba Cserép, Anett Mázló, Barbara W. Sódar, András I. Försönits, Gábor Petövári, Anna Sebestyén, Zsolt Komlósi, László Drahos, Ágnes Kittel, György Nagy, Attila Bácsi, Ádám Dénes, Yong Song Gho, Katalin É. Szabó-Taylor, Edit I. Buzás

Journal of Extracellular Vesicles

2021

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

EV isolationEV purificationEV size distributionEVs in blood plasmaEVs in rheumatoid arthritisexternal plasma protein cargomedium sized EVsmEVsNTAplasma protein contaminationplasma protein-coated EVsprotein coronaTHP1 derived EVs

Full Text

P2RX7 inhibition reduces breast cancer induced osteolytic lesions – implications for bone metastasis

Karan M. Shah, Luke Tattersall, Aleana Hussain, Sarah C. Macfarlane, Alexander Williamson, Adelina E. Acosta-Martin, Janine T. Erler, Penelope D. Ottewell, Alison Gartland

bioRxiv

2021

ApplicationsBreast CancerCancerConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesMetastasisSize MeasurementVesicles

intra-tumoral hypoxiaP2RX7

Full Text

Salivary extracellular vesicles inhibit Zika virus but not SARS-CoV-2 infection

Carina Conzelmann, Rüdiger Groß, Min Zou, Franziska Krüger, André Görgens, Manuela O Gustafsson, Samir El Andaloussi, Jan Münch & Janis A. Müller

Journal of Extracellular Vesicles

2020

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesiclesViruses

Corona virusEV isolationEV purificationsaEVssalivary EVsSARS-CoV-2Zika virus

Full Text

Zeta Potential of Extracellular Vesicles: Toward Understanding the Attributes that Determine Colloidal Stability

Getnet Midekessa, Kasun Godakumara, James Ord, Janeli Viil, Freddy Lättekivi, Keerthie Dissanayake, Sergei Kopanchuk, Ago Rinken, Aneta Andronowska, Sourav Bhattacharjee, Toonika Rinken, and Alireza Fazeli

ACS Omega

2020

Extracellular VesiclesVesiclesZeta Potential

Buffer Influence on Zeta Potentialcolloidal stabilityJAr cell derived EVspH influence on zeta potentialsurface chargezeta potential

Full Text

Innate extracellular vesicles from melanoma patients suppress β-catenin in tumor cells by miRNA-34a

Jung-Hyun Lee, Jochen Dindorf, Martin Eberhardt, Xin Lai, Christian Ostalecki, Nina Koliha, Stefani Gross,Katja Blume, Heiko Bruns, Stefan Wild, Gerold Schuler, Julio Vera, Andreas S Baur

Life Science Alliance

2019

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementTechnical NanoparticlesVesicles

extracellular vesiclesmelanomamelanoma treatmentpEVsplasma-derived EVstumor development

Full Text

Optimisation of imaging flow cytometry for the analysis of single extracellular vesicles by using fluorescence-tagged vesicles as biological reference material

André Görgens, Michel Bremer, Rita Ferrer-Tur, Florian Murke, Tobias Tertel, Peter A. Horn, Sebastian Thalmann, Joshua A. Welsh, Christine Probst, Coralié Guerin, Chantal M. Boulanger, Jennifer C. Jones, Helmut Hanenberg, Uta Erdbrügger, Joanne Lannigan, Franz L. Ricklefs, Samir El-Andaloussi and Bernd Giebel

Journal of Extracellular Vesicles

2019

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementSmall Extracellular VesiclesTechnical NanoparticlesVesicles

Antibody LabellingCD63ev characterizationflow cytometrysEVssingle EV detectionsmall EV characterizationsmall EV identificationsmall EVssubpopulations

Full Text

Diet-resistant obesity is characterized by a distinct plasma proteomic signature and impaired muscle fiber metabolism

A B Thrush, G Antoun, M Nikpay, D A Patten, C DeVlugt, J-F Mauger, B L Beauchamp, P Lau, R Reshke, É Doucet, P Imbeault, R Boushel, D Gibbings, J Hager, A Valsesia, R S Slack, O Y Al-Dirbashi, R Dent, R McPherson & M-E Harper.

International Journal of Obesity

2018

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExosomesExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

Diet resistanceexosomesfasting conditionshigh fat mealHSP72muscle metabolismobese diet-resistanceobesityoxidative stressplasma proteomicsROS

Full Text

Ebola Virus VP40 Modulates Cell Cycle and Biogenesis of Extracellular Vesicles

Michelle L Pleet, James Erickson, Catherine DeMarino, Robert A Barclay, Maria Cowen, Benjamin Lepene, Janie Liang, Jens H Kuhn, Laura Prugar, Spencer W Stonier, John M Dye, Weidong Zhou, Lance A Liotta, M Javad Aman, Fatah Kashanchi

The Journal of Infectuos Diseases

2018

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementTechnical NanoparticlesVesiclesViruses

Apoptosiscell cycleebola treatmentEbola virusEBOVEBOV pathogenesiEBOV treatmentEV biogenesisEVsextracellular vesiclesmonocyte apoptosispoptosis; cell cycleT cell apoptosisVP40

Full Text

TNFα and IL-1β modify the miRNA cargo of astrocyte shed extracellular vesicles to regulate neurotrophic signaling in neurons

Amrita Datta Chaudhuri, Raha M. Dastgheyb, Seung-Wan Yoo, Amanda Trout, C. Conover Talbot Jr, Haiping Hao, Kenneth W. Witwer & Norman J. Haughey.

Cell Death & Disease

2018

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExosomesExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

Full Text

An In Vitro Potency Assay for Monitoring the Immunomodulatory Potential of Stromal Cell-Derived Extracellular Vesicles

Karin Pachler, Nina Ketterl, Alexandre Desgeorges, Zsuzsanna A. Dunai, Sandra Laner-Plamberger, Doris Streif, Dirk Strunk, Eva Rohde and Mario Gimona

International Journal of Molecular Sciences

2017

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

exosomesextracellular vesiclesimmune modulationmesenchymalT-cell proliferation

Full Text

Atg5 Disassociates the V1V0-ATPase to Promote Exosome Production and Tumor Metastasis Independent of Canonical Macroautophagy

Huishan Guo, Maneka Chitiprolu, Luc Roncevic, Charlotte Javalet, Fiona J. Hemming, My Tran Trung, Lingrui Meng, Elyse Latreille, Christiano Tanese de Souza, Danielle McCulloch, R. Mitchell Baldwin, Rebecca Auer, Jocelyn Côté, Ryan Charles Russell, Rémy Sadoul, Derrick Gibbings

Developmental Cell

2017

ApplicationsCancerConcentration MeasurementExosomesExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

AcidificationAtg5Autophagycancerendosomeexosomesextracellular vesiclesLC3multivesicular bodytumorV1V0-ATPase

Full Text

Gender-specific differential expression of exosomal miRNA in synovial fluid of patients with osteoarthritis

Kolhe R, Hunter M, Liu S, Jadeja RN, Pundkar C, Mondal AK, Mendhe B, Drewry M, Rojiani MV, Liu Y, Isales CM, Guldberg RE, Hamrick MW, Fulzele S

Scientific Reports - Nature

2017

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

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Larger size extracellular vesicle as early biomarker in patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer

Dong Uk Kim, Francis A San Lucas, Matthew Cagley, Bret Stephens, Feven C Mulu, Jonathan Castillo, Vincent Bernard, Gauri R. Varadhachary, Matthew H. G. Katz, Hector A Alvarez, Anirban Maitra;

Journal of Clinical Oncology

2017

ApplicationsCancerConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesPancreatic CancerSize MeasurementVesicles

Bioactive MoleculesBiomarkerLiquid biopsymetastatispancreatic cancerPDACpredictorstumor progression

Full Text

Neutral Sphingomyelinase-2 Deficiency Ameliorates Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology and Improves Cognition in the 5XFAD Mouse

Michael B Dinkins, John Enasko, Caterina Hernandez, Guanghu Wang, Jina Kong, Inas Helwa, Yutao Liu, Alvin V Terry Jr, Erhard Bieberich

The Journal of neuroscience: the official Journal of the Society of Neuroscience

2017

ApplicationsExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

Full Text

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Exosomal miR-17-3p Alleviates Programmed Necrosis in Cardiac Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury by Regulating TIMP3 Expression

Zhuyuan Liu, Didi Zhu, Fuchao Yu, Mingming Yang, Dan Huang, Zhenjun Ji, Wenbin Lu, and Genshan Ma

Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity: Oxidative Stress and Programmed Cell Death in Cardiovascular Diseases

2022

ApplicationsCardiovascular DiseasesConcentration MeasurementExosomesExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

miRNAmiaMyocardial ischemia/reperfusion injuryReperfusio

Full Text

Fetal Membranes Contribute to Drug Transport across the Feto-Maternal Interface Utilizing the Breast Cancer Resistance Protein (BCRP)

Ananthkumar Kammala, Meagan Benson, Esha Ganguly, Enkhtuya Radnaa, Talar Kechichian, Lauren Richardson and Ramkumar Menon

life: New Insights into the Placental and Placental Membrane Pathophysiology of Preterm Birth

2022

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExosomesExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

breast cancer resistance proteindrug transportationpregnancy

Full Text

Synergy of Human Platelet-Derived Extracellular Vesicles with Secretome Proteins Promotes Regenerative Functions

Fausto Gueths Gomes, André Cronemberger Andrade, Martin Wolf, Sarah Hochmann, Linda Krisch, Nicole Maeding, Christof Regl, Rodolphe Poupardin, Patricia Ebner-Peking, Christian G. Huber, Nicole Meisner-Kober, Katharina Schallmoser and Dirk Strunk

Biomedicines

2022

Extracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesiclesZeta Potential

EV coronahuman platelet lysateproteomics

Full Text

Formation of a protein corona on the surface of extracellular vesicles in blood plasma

Eszter Á. Tóth, Lilla Turiák, Tamás Visnovitz, Csaba Cserép, Anett Mázló, Barbara W. Sódar, András I. Försönits, Gábor Petövári, Anna Sebestyén, Zsolt Komlósi, László Drahos, Ágnes Kittel, György Nagy, Attila Bácsi, Ádám Dénes, Yong Song Gho, Katalin É. Szabó-Taylor, Edit I. Buzás

Journal of Extracellular Vesicles

2021

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

EV isolationEV purificationEV size distributionEVs in blood plasmaEVs in rheumatoid arthritisexternal plasma protein cargomedium sized EVsmEVsNTAplasma protein contaminationplasma protein-coated EVsprotein coronaTHP1 derived EVs

Full Text

P2RX7 inhibition reduces breast cancer induced osteolytic lesions – implications for bone metastasis

Karan M. Shah, Luke Tattersall, Aleana Hussain, Sarah C. Macfarlane, Alexander Williamson, Adelina E. Acosta-Martin, Janine T. Erler, Penelope D. Ottewell, Alison Gartland

bioRxiv

2021

ApplicationsBreast CancerCancerConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesMetastasisSize MeasurementVesicles

intra-tumoral hypoxiaP2RX7

Full Text

Salivary extracellular vesicles inhibit Zika virus but not SARS-CoV-2 infection

Carina Conzelmann, Rüdiger Groß, Min Zou, Franziska Krüger, André Görgens, Manuela O Gustafsson, Samir El Andaloussi, Jan Münch & Janis A. Müller

Journal of Extracellular Vesicles

2020

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesiclesViruses

Corona virusEV isolationEV purificationsaEVssalivary EVsSARS-CoV-2Zika virus

Full Text

Zeta Potential of Extracellular Vesicles: Toward Understanding the Attributes that Determine Colloidal Stability

Getnet Midekessa, Kasun Godakumara, James Ord, Janeli Viil, Freddy Lättekivi, Keerthie Dissanayake, Sergei Kopanchuk, Ago Rinken, Aneta Andronowska, Sourav Bhattacharjee, Toonika Rinken, and Alireza Fazeli

ACS Omega

2020

Extracellular VesiclesVesiclesZeta Potential

Buffer Influence on Zeta Potentialcolloidal stabilityJAr cell derived EVspH influence on zeta potentialsurface chargezeta potential

Full Text

Innate extracellular vesicles from melanoma patients suppress β-catenin in tumor cells by miRNA-34a

Jung-Hyun Lee, Jochen Dindorf, Martin Eberhardt, Xin Lai, Christian Ostalecki, Nina Koliha, Stefani Gross,Katja Blume, Heiko Bruns, Stefan Wild, Gerold Schuler, Julio Vera, Andreas S Baur

Life Science Alliance

2019

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementTechnical NanoparticlesVesicles

extracellular vesiclesmelanomamelanoma treatmentpEVsplasma-derived EVstumor development

Full Text

Optimisation of imaging flow cytometry for the analysis of single extracellular vesicles by using fluorescence-tagged vesicles as biological reference material

André Görgens, Michel Bremer, Rita Ferrer-Tur, Florian Murke, Tobias Tertel, Peter A. Horn, Sebastian Thalmann, Joshua A. Welsh, Christine Probst, Coralié Guerin, Chantal M. Boulanger, Jennifer C. Jones, Helmut Hanenberg, Uta Erdbrügger, Joanne Lannigan, Franz L. Ricklefs, Samir El-Andaloussi and Bernd Giebel

Journal of Extracellular Vesicles

2019

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementSmall Extracellular VesiclesTechnical NanoparticlesVesicles

Antibody LabellingCD63ev characterizationflow cytometrysEVssingle EV detectionsmall EV characterizationsmall EV identificationsmall EVssubpopulations

Full Text

Diet-resistant obesity is characterized by a distinct plasma proteomic signature and impaired muscle fiber metabolism

A B Thrush, G Antoun, M Nikpay, D A Patten, C DeVlugt, J-F Mauger, B L Beauchamp, P Lau, R Reshke, É Doucet, P Imbeault, R Boushel, D Gibbings, J Hager, A Valsesia, R S Slack, O Y Al-Dirbashi, R Dent, R McPherson & M-E Harper.

International Journal of Obesity

2018

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExosomesExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

Diet resistanceexosomesfasting conditionshigh fat mealHSP72muscle metabolismobese diet-resistanceobesityoxidative stressplasma proteomicsROS

Full Text

Ebola Virus VP40 Modulates Cell Cycle and Biogenesis of Extracellular Vesicles

Michelle L Pleet, James Erickson, Catherine DeMarino, Robert A Barclay, Maria Cowen, Benjamin Lepene, Janie Liang, Jens H Kuhn, Laura Prugar, Spencer W Stonier, John M Dye, Weidong Zhou, Lance A Liotta, M Javad Aman, Fatah Kashanchi

The Journal of Infectuos Diseases

2018

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementTechnical NanoparticlesVesiclesViruses

Apoptosiscell cycleebola treatmentEbola virusEBOVEBOV pathogenesiEBOV treatmentEV biogenesisEVsextracellular vesiclesmonocyte apoptosispoptosis; cell cycleT cell apoptosisVP40

Full Text

TNFα and IL-1β modify the miRNA cargo of astrocyte shed extracellular vesicles to regulate neurotrophic signaling in neurons

Amrita Datta Chaudhuri, Raha M. Dastgheyb, Seung-Wan Yoo, Amanda Trout, C. Conover Talbot Jr, Haiping Hao, Kenneth W. Witwer & Norman J. Haughey.

Cell Death & Disease

2018

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExosomesExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

Full Text

An In Vitro Potency Assay for Monitoring the Immunomodulatory Potential of Stromal Cell-Derived Extracellular Vesicles

Karin Pachler, Nina Ketterl, Alexandre Desgeorges, Zsuzsanna A. Dunai, Sandra Laner-Plamberger, Doris Streif, Dirk Strunk, Eva Rohde and Mario Gimona

International Journal of Molecular Sciences

2017

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

exosomesextracellular vesiclesimmune modulationmesenchymalT-cell proliferation

Full Text

Atg5 Disassociates the V1V0-ATPase to Promote Exosome Production and Tumor Metastasis Independent of Canonical Macroautophagy

Huishan Guo, Maneka Chitiprolu, Luc Roncevic, Charlotte Javalet, Fiona J. Hemming, My Tran Trung, Lingrui Meng, Elyse Latreille, Christiano Tanese de Souza, Danielle McCulloch, R. Mitchell Baldwin, Rebecca Auer, Jocelyn Côté, Ryan Charles Russell, Rémy Sadoul, Derrick Gibbings

Developmental Cell

2017

ApplicationsCancerConcentration MeasurementExosomesExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

AcidificationAtg5Autophagycancerendosomeexosomesextracellular vesiclesLC3multivesicular bodytumorV1V0-ATPase

Full Text

Gender-specific differential expression of exosomal miRNA in synovial fluid of patients with osteoarthritis

Kolhe R, Hunter M, Liu S, Jadeja RN, Pundkar C, Mondal AK, Mendhe B, Drewry M, Rojiani MV, Liu Y, Isales CM, Guldberg RE, Hamrick MW, Fulzele S

Scientific Reports - Nature

2017

ApplicationsConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

Full Text

Larger size extracellular vesicle as early biomarker in patients with metastatic pancreatic cancer

Dong Uk Kim, Francis A San Lucas, Matthew Cagley, Bret Stephens, Feven C Mulu, Jonathan Castillo, Vincent Bernard, Gauri R. Varadhachary, Matthew H. G. Katz, Hector A Alvarez, Anirban Maitra;

Journal of Clinical Oncology

2017

ApplicationsCancerConcentration MeasurementExtracellular VesiclesPancreatic CancerSize MeasurementVesicles

Bioactive MoleculesBiomarkerLiquid biopsymetastatispancreatic cancerPDACpredictorstumor progression

Full Text

Neutral Sphingomyelinase-2 Deficiency Ameliorates Alzheimer’s Disease Pathology and Improves Cognition in the 5XFAD Mouse

Michael B Dinkins, John Enasko, Caterina Hernandez, Guanghu Wang, Jina Kong, Inas Helwa, Yutao Liu, Alvin V Terry Jr, Erhard Bieberich

The Journal of neuroscience: the official Journal of the Society of Neuroscience

2017

ApplicationsExtracellular VesiclesSize MeasurementVesicles

Full Text

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