Culture of dental epithelial cells: impact of fetal bovine serum

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Title Culture of dental epithelial cells: impact of fetal bovine serum
Cultivo de células epiteliales dentales: impacto del suero fetal bovino
 
Creator Simancas-Escorcia, Victor Hugo
Martinez-Martinez, Adel
Díaz-Caballero, Antonio
 
Description Objective. Describe the influence of Fetal bovine serum (FBS) on the survival, growth and expression of cellular organelles in rat dental epithelial cells. Material and methods. Cell cultures of rat dental epithelial cells were carried out at 37°C in a humid atmosphere, in the absence and at a concentration of 10% FBS. Morphological evaluation was performed during the proliferation and confluence of cell in culture. Double immunofluorescence labels were made using anti-Actin, anti-TOMM20A, and anti-LAMP1 antibodies. Results. Circular or ovoid dental epithelial cells with bulky nuclei were evidenced during proliferation and confluences in a similar manner in culturing cells in the presence and absence of FBS. The lack of FBS negatively impacts the proliferation of epithelial cells. No alterations were observed in the localization of the anti-actin, anti-TOMM20 and anti-LAMP1 immunomarkers in both conditions of experimental cultures. Conclusion. FBS suppression in rat dental epithelial cells decreased survival, proliferation and suggests not having an impact on the organelles evaluated.
Objetivo. Describir la influencia del Suero Fetal Bovino (SFB) en la supervivencia, crecimiento y expresión de organelas celulares en las células epiteliales dentales de rata. Materiales y métodos. Cultivos de células epiteliales dentales de rata fueron llevados a cabo a 37°C en una atmosfera húmeda, en ausencia y a una concentración de 10% de SFB. Se realizó una evaluación morfológica durante la proliferación y confluencia de las células en cultivo. Dobles marcajes por inmunofluorescencia fueron efectuados haciendo uso de anticuerpos anti-actina, anti-TOMM20 y anti-LAMP1. Resultados. Se evidenciaron células epiteliales dentales circulares u ovoides con núcleos voluminosos durante la proliferación y confluencias de manera similar en las células cultivas en presencia y ausencia de SFB. La carencia de SFB impactó negativamente la proliferación de las células epiteliales. No fueron observadas alteraciones en la localización de los inmunomarcajes anti-actina, anti-TOMM20 y anti-LAMP1 en las dos condiciones de cultivos experimentales. Conclusiones. La supresión del SFB en el cultivo de células epiteliales dentales de rata disminuyó la supervivencia, proliferación y sugiere no tener un impacto sobre las organelas evaluadas.
 
Publisher Universidad de Córdoba
 
Date 2020-05-05
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Identifier https://revistamvz.unicordoba.edu.co/article/view/1639
10.21897/rmvz.1639
 
Source Journal MVZ Cordoba; Journal MVZ Córdoba Volume 25(2) May August 2020; e1639
Revista MVZ Córdoba; Revista MVZ Córdoba Volumen 25(2) Mayo-Agosto 2020; e1639
1909-0544
10.21897/rmvz.v25.n2.2020
 
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