The Role of Mip-1 in the Development of Systemic Inflammatory Response and Organ Injury following Trauma Hemorrhage

Hsieh, C.-H.; Frink, M.; Hsieh, Y.-C.; Kan, W.-H.; Hsu, J.-T.; Schwacha, M.G.; Choudhry, M.A.; Chaudry, I.H.

The Journal of Immunology 181(4): 2806-2812


DOI: 10.4049/jimmunol.181.4.2806
Accession: 068491135

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Although MIP-1alpha is an important chemokine in the recruitment of inflammatory cells, it remains unknown whether MIP-1alpha plays any role in the development of systemic inflammatory response following trauma-hemorrhage (T-H). C57BL/6J wild type (WT) and MIP-1alpha-deficient (KO) mice were used either as control, subjected to sham operation (cannulation or laparotomy only or cannulation plus laparotomy) or T-H (midline laparotomy, mean blood pressure 35 +/- 5 mmHg for 90 min, followed by resuscitation) and sacrificed 2 h thereafter. A marked increase in serum alpha-glutathione transferase, TNF-alpha, IL-6, IL-10, MCP-1, and MIP-1alpha and Kupffer cell cytokine production was observed in WT T-H mice compared with shams or control. In addition lung and liver tissue edema and neutrophil infiltration (myeloperoxidase (MPO) content) was also increased following T-H in WT animals. These inflammatory markers were markedly attenuated in the MIP-1alpha KO mice following T-H. Furthermore, compared with 2 h, MPO activities at 24 and 48 h after T-H declined steadily in both WT and KO mice. However, normalization of MPO activities to sham levels within 24 h was seen in KO mice but not in WT mice. Thus, MIP-1alpha plays an important role in mediating the acute inflammatory response following T-H. In the absence of MIP-1alpha, acute inflammatory responses were attenuated; rapidly recovered and less remote organ injury was noted following T-H. Thus, interventions that reduce MIP-1alpha levels following T-H should be useful in decreasing the deleterious inflammatory consequence of trauma.