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As the optimal therapeutic goal for post-MI treatment would be to reduce fibrosis and to induce the regeneration of the myocardial tissue through the generation of novel cardiomyocytes, the fibroblasts and myofibroblasts that invade the injured area in order to replace the damaged tissue with a scar represent an attractive target for therapeutic intervention. Indeed, because of the injury-induced fibroblast-myofibroblast transdifferentiation process, these cells might represent a population of plastic cells that can be more easily reprogrammed further into another cell type. The direct reprogramming of fibroblasts/myofibroblasts into induced cardiomyocyte-like cells (iCMs) with the help of cardiac transcription factor overexpression was first reported by Ieda et al. in 2010 (Ieda et al. 2010 ), and since then, several groups have reported successful cardiac reprogramming with various strategies, both in vitro (Table MANEBI Hamptons espadrilles qycqVW3
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Table 2

Conditions used in vitro to induce direct reprogramming of fibroblasts into cardiomyocytes (, bone morphogenetic protein 4, chemically-defined medium, cardiac fibroblasts, combination of CHIR99021, PD0325901, LIF, and insulin, combination of CHIR99021, RepSox, forskolin, and valproic acid, cardiac troponin T, embryonic fibroblasts, embryonic stem cell-derived fibroblasts, Janus kinase, MyoD transactivation domain fused to Mef2c, protein kinase B, combination of SB431542, CHIR99021, parnate, and forskolin, skin fibroblasts, tail-tip fibroblasts)

Efficiency is expressed as % of cells at the time of analysis, unless otherwise stated

Table 3

Conditions used in vivo to induce direct reprogramming of fibroblasts into cardiomyocytes ( cardiomyocyte, cardiac troponin T, ejection fraction, fibroblast, immunohistochemistry, vascular endothelial growth factor)

Direct comparison of reprogramming efficiency between the different approaches is difficult because of differences in the experimental setup and the outcome measures used for cardiomyocyte classification. In particular, the time point and the criteria used for classifying cells as iCMs have a dramatic effect on the reported reprogramming efficiency. Classification based on cardiac protein expression (cardiac troponin T [cTnT] or cardiac α-actinin) results in significantly higher reported efficiency than classification by using a functional measure such as Ca 2+ activity combined with a cardiac-specific reporter or than classification based on the presence of sarcomeres. Nevertheless, certain conclusions with regard to reprogramming efficiency can be drawn from the plethora of studies published. When Ca 2+ activity was used as the outcome, the combination of Hand2 , Nkx2.5 , Gata4 , Mef2c , and Tbx5 was found to be >50-fold more efficient than the three-factor combination of Gata4 , Mef2c , and Tbx5 (Addis et al. The Last Conspiracy WASHED LEATHER CHELSEA BOOTS ZQQ3Mcd
), suggesting that additional transcription factors, although not necessary for the expression of cardiac proteins such as cTnT, might be important in the maturation of iCMs to functional cardiomyocytes. The highest reprogramming efficiency reported, with cTnT + cells used as a measure of iCMs, is a remarkable 67% (Zhao et al. 2015 ). This was achieved by the overexpression of four cardiac transcription factors ( Gata4 , Hand2 , Mef2c , Tbx5 ) and two miRNAs (miR-1, miR-133) combined with the pharmacological inhibition of TGF-β. Inhibition of fibrotic signaling with TGF-β or Rho-associated kinase (ROCK) inhibitors improves reprogramming efficiency, as does the overexpression of Akt/protein kinase B (Ifkovits et al. 2014 ; Zhao et al. 2015 ; Zhou et al. 2015 ).

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