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Calbindin for collecting tubule in the renal medulla. The nuclei were stained with DAPI blue.

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Nephrin localizes a linear pattern along the glomerular basement membrane. Aquaporin 1 exists in both apical and basolateral plasma membranes of proximal tubules and descending thin limbs.

Green shows the contribution of mouse ESCs. Arrowheads represent the lead position of trypan blue solution 1 and 3 s after injection. Ub: urinary bladder Full size image We next investigated whether mouse ESC-derived kidneys can form proper ureter and bladder connections.

This approach has succeeded for pancreas 8 , 9 and thymus 19 generation between mouse and rats. However, applying interspecific blastocyst complementation for kidney genesis would have a more substantial impact on regenerative medicine, due to high donor demand in end-stage renal disease patients 20 , A key finding that we report is that sufficient contribution of xenogenic PSCs to the metanephric mesenchyme is essential for kidney formation.

Thus, in the kidney, a minimum level of PSC contribution to the metanephric mesenchyme is required to initiate interaction with the ureteric bud. Since PSCs contribute to all other tissues to a similar extent in an allogenic setting, the interspecific variability for kidney formation is likely due to incompatibilities in environmental cues such as cytokines and extracellular matrix during development, rather than potency of the PSCs.

As we have shown previously, in interspecific chimeras between mouse and rat, the level of contribution of the xenogenic PSCs varies from organ-to-organ 8 , What factors specifically promote efficient PSC contribution remains unknown at this time. Nevertheless, the extent of contribution of xenogenic PSCs to the target organ, specifically the tissues or lineages to be replaced, should be an important consideration while choosing the appropriate host during interspecific blastocyst complementation.

The kidney generated by blastocyst complementation in our study is likely to function in vivo, based on expression of functional markers in the mouse PSC-derived nephron and the ureter-bladder junction. Additionally, we observed patency between ureter and bladder, which indicated normal development of the kidney, with potential to excrete urine. Sall1 is highly expressed in the olfactory bulb.

Sall1 mutant olfactory bulbs are small in size, show abnormalities in neurogenesis and have reduced mitral cells, likely rendering the newborn mice anosmic and therefore unable to suckle milk 23 , To overcome the limitations posed by the mutant host phenotype, disrupting other essential genes for kidney development should be examined.

Alternately, conditionally deleting essential genes or ablating specific cells might be an avenue to explore. For transplantation therapy, further elimination of host blastocysts derived cells would be essential to reduce the use of immunosuppressive treatment. Thus, a combination of genetically modified animals, which can provide the appropriate developmental niche, should be considered for complete replacement of the kidney by PSC-derived cells.

In the future, it might be possible to generate human PSC-derived organs in livestock by using the blastocyst complementation approach. Despite successful contribution of human PSCs to pig embryos after blastocyst injection 25 , the chimerism was low and insufficient for organ development, like our observations for the kidney.

Exploring alternative culture conditions of donor human PSCs or inhibition of apoptosis by forced expression of anti-apoptotic factors to prevent the elimination of PSC-derived cells might be helpful to increase chimerism 26 , 27 , Conversely, increasing interspecific chimerism associated with poor survival of the chimeras 8 , 25 , and raises ethical concerns regarding the presence of human cells in neural or germline lineages Thus, limiting the potency towards a specific lineage by genetic manipulation in PSCs 30 , or context-dependent usage of differentiated cells from PSCs upon inhibiting apoptosis 26 , 31 , may prove to be viable options to consider.

In conclusion, we have extended the application of interspecific blastocyst complementation between mouse and rat to generate fully developed kidneys. This study provides a tool to address fundamental questions on kidney ontogeny and regulation of size in solid organs and could offer clues to successful generation of human organs in animals. Methods Experimental statement All procedures for animal experimentation were reviewed and approved by the Animal Care and Use Committee of the National Institute for Physiological Sciences.

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Shizuoka, Japan. Study reagents were downloadd from Sigma-Aldrich Corp. The final targeting vector was linearized by ScaI digestion. F1 heterozygous offspring were derived from wildtype Crlj:WI females mated with male chimeras. Two guide sequences targeted at the second and third exons of rat Sall1 locus target 1 and target 2: Fig. The px vectors with one of the two guide sequences 2. All the surviving embryos were transferred into oviductal ampullae of pseudopregnant females at 0.

Living fetuses were recovered from the recipient females at E For interspecific chimera generation, host blastocysts were obtained from Crlj:WI female rats 4. Following a short-term recovery culture for 1—2 h, the injected blastocysts were transferred into uteri of pseudopregnant Crlj:WI females at 3.

Fluorescence-based screening of chimeric rats was performed using E Otherwise, the surrogate mothers were allowed to deliver, and the newborn offspring rats were analyzed for fluorescent marker expression, genotype, chimerism and phenotype either immediately or 8 weeks after birth. Analysis of genotype and chimerism Genomic DNA of chimeric rats was extracted from liver pieces or fluorescent-negative fraction of splenic lymphocytes sorted by fluorescence-activated cell sorting FACS, SH; Sony Corp.

Splenic lymphocytes were used to determine the fluorescence-based chimerism of each xenogeneic or allogeneic chimeric rat. The fluorescence-positive gates were set using the FACS histograms of the non-chimera samples negative controls. Paraffin sections were deparaffinized with xylene, hydrated with graded ethanol, then HE-stained for light microscopy.

Primary antibodies used were anit-Sall1 polyclonal antibody rabbit IgG, ; ab, Abcam plc. The secondary antibodies used for visualization were conjugated with Alexa, Alexa or Alexa dilution; Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. The contribution of xenogenic PSCs to Sall1 positive metanephric mesenchyme was quantified by Fiji software.

Thus, taking into account mean cantly differ at all experimental periods in comparison h, daytime, and nighttime BP we can conclude that with the initial level measured in week rats. The circadian index of SBP initial value by the end of month 4. This parameter was increased only due to SBPmax rise. TABLE 1. TABLE 2. Here and in Fig. Delcourt, G.

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Greenway, G. Cornelissen, et al. Huetteman, and H. Bogie, Methods Mol. Kramer, and R. Remie, Methods Mol.Key Words: blood pressure; circadian index; circadian rhythm; telemetry monitoring; SHR rats The prognosis of arterial hypertension of various gen- monitoring technique.

This study provides a tool to address fundamental questions on kidney ontogeny and regulation of size in solid organs and could offer clues to successful generation of human organs in animals. Ub: urinary bladder Full size image We next investigated whether mouse ESC-derived kidneys can form proper ureter and bladder connections.

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All data were obtained from 2 independent experiments. A total of 76 of fetuses were identified as interspecific chimeras, assessed by GFP fluorescence in the perinatal skin at E Scale bar: 2 mm. Kidney formation requires reciprocally inductive interactions between the metanephric mesenchyme, a nephron progenitor, and the ureteric bud.

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