Quantitative Imaging of Cerebral Thromboemboli In Vivo The Effects of Tissue-Type Plasminogen Activator

Title
Quantitative Imaging of Cerebral Thromboemboli In Vivo The Effects of Tissue-Type Plasminogen Activator
Authors
권익찬김광명류주희전상민김동억김정연Dawid Schellingerhout이수경이지성김지원장희정박정이김오진안철희Matthias Nahrendorf
Keywords
direct thrombus imaging; gold nanoparticles; microCT; thrombus evolution; tissue-type plasminogen activator
Issue Date
2017-05
Publisher
Stroke
Citation
VOL 48, NO 5-1385
Abstract
Background and Purpose-Quantitative imaging for the noninvasive assessment of thrombolysis is needed to advance basic and clinical thrombosis-related research and tailor tissue-type plasminogen activator (tPA) treatment for stroke patients. We quantified the evolution of cerebral thromboemboli using fibrin-targeted glycol chitosan-coated gold nanoparticles and microcomputed tomography, with/without tPA therapy. Methods-We injected thrombi into the distal internal carotid artery in mice (n=50). Fifty-five minutes later, we injected fibrin-targeted glycol chitosan-coated gold nanoparticles, and 5 minutes after that, we treated animals with tPA or not (25 mg/kg). We acquired serial microcomputed tomography images for 24 hours posttreatment. Results-Thrombus burden at baseline was 784x10(3)+/- 59x10(3) mu m(2) for the tPA group (n=42) and 655x10(3)x10(3)x10(3) mu m(2) for the saline group (n=8; P=0.37). Thrombus shrinkage began at 0.5 to 1 hour after tPA therapy, with a maximum initial rate of change at 4603 +/- 957 mu m(2)/min. The rate of change lowered to approximate to 61% level of the initial in hours 1 to 2, followed by approximate to 29% and approximate to 1% in hours 2 to 3 and 3 to 24, respectively. Thus, 85% of total thrombolysis over 24 hours (approximate to 500 mu m(2), equivalent to 64% of the baseline thrombus burden) occurred within the first 3 hours of treatment. Thrombus burden at 24 hours could be predicted at around 1.5 to 2 hours. Saline treatment was not associated with significant changes in the thrombus burden. Infarct size was smaller in the tPA group versus saline group (18.1 +/- 2.3 versus 45.8 +/- 3.3 mm(2); P<0.01). Infarct size correlated to final thrombus burden (r=0.71; P<0.01). Time to thrombolysis, completeness of thrombolysis, and tPA therapy were independent predictors of infarct size. Conclusions-Thromboembolic burden and the efficacy of tPA therapy can be assessed serially
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/69673
ISSN
0039-2499
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