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Enhancement Of Colony‐stimulating‐factor–dependent Clonal Growth Of Murine Macrophage Progenitors And Their Phagocytic Activity By Retinoic Acid

R. Goldman
Published 1985 · Biology, Medicine

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The effect of retinoic acid (RA) on the colony‐stimulating‐factor‐dependent clonal growth of myeloid progenitors was assessed in semisolid agar cultures of mouse bone marrow cells using L‐cell‐conditioned medium that gave rise to macrophage colonies, granulocyte colonies, and mixed macrophage‐granulocyte colonies and clusters. RA was found to enhance the overall formation of myeloid colonies (about 50%) and clusters in 7‐day cultures. The increase was due to an enhanced formation of macrophage colonies (70–250%) and clusters which reached a maximal value at about 3 μM RA. In 4‐day cultures, the effect of RA on macrophage colony formation was biphasic with a maximal enhancement at 10 nM. RA suppressed granulocyte‐colony formation in macrophages at all stages of differentiation and/or maturation in culture. The Fc‐receptor‐mediated erythrophagocytosis as well as the phagocytosis of heat‐killed yeast cells (HK‐yeast) and starch particles increased by RA treatment in a dose‐dependent manner, reaching an increase of 100–200% of the activity expressed in the absence of RA. Peritoneal exudate macrophages likewise physiological and pharmacological concentrations of RA. Expression of an RA‐mediated increase in phagocytic activity required a prolonged incubation with RA (> 19 hr). The data suggest that RA may be of physiological relevance in the regulation of proliferation and function of hemopoietic cells. Therapeutic doses of RA may potentiate macrophage proliferation and function, elements that are crucial at all phases of the various defense mechanisms that the organism possesses.
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