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MitoEAGLE blood cells 1


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Aasander Frostner Eleonor*, Avram Vlad F*, Calabria Elisa, Castelo Rueda Maria P, Chamkha Imen, Cizmarova Beata, Danila Maria-Daniela, Duicu Oana M, Eckert Gunter P, Ehinger Johannes K, Elmer Eskil, Engin Ayse B, Garcia-Souza Luiz F*, Gnaiger Erich*, Hoppel Florian, Karabatsiakis Alexander*, Keppner Gloria, Kidere Dita, Krako Jakovljevic Nina, Labieniec-Watala Magdalena*, Lelcu Theia, Micankova Petra, Michalak Slawomir*, Molina Anthony JA, Pavlovic Kasja, Pichler Irene, Piel Sarah, Rousar Tomas, Rybacka-Mossakowska Joanna, Schartner Melanie, Siewiera Karolina*, Silaidos Carmina, Sjoevall Fredrik, Sobotka Ondrej*, Sumbalova Zuzana*, Swiniuch Daria, Volani Chiara*, Vujacic-Mirski Ksenija, Watala Cezary* (2020) Interlaboratory guide to mitochondrial respiratory studies with peripheral blood mononuclear cells and platelets. - Updated: 2020-02-27 - *Confirmed

» MitoEAGLE blood cells group (WG 4)

Aasander Frostner Eleonor, Avram Vlad F, Calabria Elisa, Castelo Rueda Maria P, Chamkha Imen, Cizmarova Beata, Danila Maria-Daniela, Duicu Oana M, Eckert Gunter P, Ehinger Johannes K, Elmer Eskil, Engin Ayse B, Garcia-Souza Luiz F, Gnaiger Erich, Hoppel Florian, Karabatsiakis Alexander, Keppner Gloria, Kidere Dita, Krako Jakovljevic Nina, Labieniec-Watala Magdalena, Lelcu Theia, Micankova Petra, Michalak Slawomir, Molina Anthony JA, Pavlovic Kasja, Pichler Irene, Piel Sarah, Rousar Tomas, Rybacka-Mossakowska Joanna, Schartner Melanie, Siewiera Karolina, Silaidos Carmina, Sjoevall Fredrik, Sobotka Ondrej, Sumbalova Zuzana, Swiniuch Daria, Volani Chiara, Vujacic-Mirski Ksenija, Watala Cezary (2020) MitoEAGLE

Abstract:
Fig. 1. Workflow in the pre-analytical and analytical phases of blood cell preparation and respiration in living cells (ce) and permeabilized cells (pce).

Contents

1. Introduction

2. Methods: respiration with living and permeabilized blood cells

3. Workflow: pre-analytical and analytical preparatory phase

3.1. Pre-analytical exclusion criteria

3.2. Blood sampling

3.3. Blood transport and storage

3.4. Exclusion criteria derived from haematology of whole blood and plasma

3.5. Isolation of blood cells

3.6. Storage of isolated cells

3.7. Cell count, volume, purity and viability

4. Case studies on respiration in PBMCs and PLTs

4.1 Effect of incubation media and cell concentration on mitochondrial respiration

4.2. Effect of sex and age on blood cell respiration

4.3 Normalization of cell and mitochondrial respiration

5. Conclusions


Version beta 01
  1. Evaluation of mitochondrial function is a potentially important diagnostic tool applicable in a wide spectrum of human pathologies. Peripheral blood provides an easily accessible source of primary human cells. However, mitochondrial respiratory studies in blood cells require improved standardization. The procedures applied in bioenergetic assessments involve multiple steps in the pre-analytical, analytical and data analysis phase. The aim of the present report is to summarize methods for preparing peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) and platelets (PLT) for application in mitochondrial respiratory studies. For this purpose we report original data from several laboratories and discuss some relevant data from the literature.
  2. The present report does not present results on patients, but is aimed at a characterization of healthy control groups. Exclusion criteria in the pre-analytical phase are related to smoking, alcohol intake, BMI, lifestyle interventions, and medications. In pathophysiological studies, subjects have to be matched with controls for sex, age and genetic background.
  3. Time of sampling, fasting and resting state require standardization. Anticoagulants are used for whole blood sampling (e.g., K-EDTA, lithium heparin, sodium citrate). Protocols are optimized on the basis of yield, cell fraction purity, intactness of plasma membrane barrier function, and respiratory results.
  4. Duration and temperature during transport and storage of whole blood has to be monitored carefully and evaluated in terms of final outcome.
  5. Characterization of whole blood provides rigorous exclusion criteria for the study of healthy control groups.
  6. Separation procedures depend on the type of cells harvested for respirometric studies (PLT, PBMC, or both). Media, centrifugation conditions, cell counting and cell viability methods are evaluated. Results on purity of preparations (e.g., PLT contamination in PBMC fraction, purity of PLT fraction), recovery and yield of cells are compared in a variety of cell separation methods and evaluated by comparative respiratory studies.
  7. Storage conditions and processing of isolated cells exert direct effects on cell respiration. Temperature, media, antibiotics, proteinase inhibitors cocktail, density of cells during storage, tilting of cell fraction might significantly affect the measurements.
  8. Specific protocols are used for respiration assessments in living and permeabilized. The type of medium used for respirometry (MiR05, RPMI, plasma) needs further evaluation.
  9. Normalization is important to interpret and compare the results of respiratory studies. It should include data on contamination of PBMC with PLT, cell viability (e.g., succinate test), flux control ratios, total protein concentration, citrate synthase activity. Some other markers, like clusters of differentiation specific for leukocytes and platelets can be taken into consideration.
  10. Finally, we summarize emerging recommendations for mitochondrial respiratory studies in living and permeabilized PBMC and PLT towards building a data base of healthy subjects that can be used as controls in clinical studies.

Work in progress

MitoEAGLE WG4 Innsbruck AT
  1. To summarize in a first section the respirometric tests applied for functional evaluation of methods presented in steps 2 to 7.
  2. The methods applied in each of the steps 2 to 7 will be introduced and compared, and directly evaluated by presenting and discussing evaluation on the basis of respirometric results.
  3. Cell purity and intactness of the plasma membrane barrier function (the term cell viability is avoided) represent important outcomes independent of respiration, to compare and evaluate the different methods in steps 2 to 7.
  4. A short final summary will be presented on respirometric case studies (steps 8-10).
  5. We aim at presenting summary figures and tables with reference to original publications.
  6. Summary figures and tables including unpublished data are included, if the data are made available (Supplement or accessible database). Raw data should be saved on your server, then collected on a server of the corresponding author, with a statement in our manuscript that raw data are available upon request from the corresponding author (DatLab files and Excel spreadsheets).


Manuscript table and figure blocks

  • Section: Workflow # and Title
  • Summary: Aims [1] and recommendations
  • Specify study group [2], consider sensitive data
  • Methods
  • Describe results shown in table and figure, as median and inter-quartile range; provide text with full information
  • Discussion
  • Conclusions, provide full information
  • References
(1) Define the aim, the question:
  • Scientific: focus on accuracy of best physiological data, separate isolation proocols for PBMC and PLT, if necessary.
  • Diagnostic: discriminative tool relying on reproducibility, practicability and minimum available blood volume; if necessary, accept compromises when PBMC and PLT should be analyzed from the same blood sample.
(2) Include patient data solely for messages on methods (comparison of the effect of anticoagulants, ..); patient data can be reduced to showing fractional effects of methodological variations.
Fig. 2. Dataflow from cohort design to respirometric SUIT protocols and technical repeats. For the meaning of numbers in circles, see Figure 1.

Templates for PBMC and PLT data base

  • 2018-12-18 An updated template for the PBMC and PLT data base is in preparation (Luiz, Caro, Erich).
    • Luiz will be responsible for collecting and merging the data sheets based on previous templates, summarizing all data in the new template.
    • This will be the basis of the WG4 Task Group meeting in March 2019. We have to fix the dates.
» MitoEAGLE template PLT final.xlsx
» MitoEAGLE template PBMC final.xlsx
  • We will collect and analyze all data, in preparation of a database for Open Access in conjunction with the journal publication.


References

Picked up


Open questions

  • How does PLT activation influence ROUTINE, LEAK and ET capacity?
  • How is PBMC activation quantified and controlled, and how does it influence ROUTINE, LEAK and ET capacity?
  • How does 2-3 mM lactate influence respiration in MiR05, compared to 10 mM pyruvate?


Milestones

  • In progress (2018)
  • March 12: Edit template of MitoEAGLE blood cell data sheet and post on this website, send alert to coauthors (Erich, Zuzana).
  • March 12: Lund workshop circular (Eleonor / Marija) - invite further groups: Elisa Calabria, Kathrin Renner, Alexander Karabatriakis, Irene Pichler (contact US: Anthony Molina, Brian Irvin).
  • March 15: Prepare document on regulations for sensitive data (Chiara; waiting for expert-meeting)
  • March 16: Suggest topics for STSM to generate experimental data blocks for this manuscript (send to Magda).
  • March 16-31: Send reminder to fill MitoEAGLE blood cell data sheets and send to Innsbruck, specify 'Open Access' (MitoEAGLE data bank on wiki), or to be shared with coauthors.
  • April 1-30: Send reminder to write Table and Figure blocks and send to Innsbruck.
  • April 1st week: Meeting with Anthony Molina in Innsbruck.
  • April 30: MitoEAGLE workprint Version 01 - manuscript blocks arranged in work flow.
» May 28-30: MitoEAGLE Lund 2018
  • Achieved (2019)
» Mar 11-14: MitoEAGLE WG4 Matrei a. Brenner 2019-03
  • Achieved (2018)
» May 28-30: MitoEAGLE Lund 2018
» Feb 21-23: MitoEAGLE Poznan 2018
» Jan 29-Feb 1: MitoEAGLE Innsbruck 2018


Publication

A Working Group of the COST Action MitoEAGLE is preparing a manuscript 'Interlaboratory guide through procedures for mitochondrial respiratory studies with living and permeabilized peripheral blood mononuclear cells and platelets'. The group is working on it with Open Access as a ‘MitoEAGLE preprint’ and the ultimate aim of publication in a scientific journal.
Compare: Gnaiger 2019 MitoFit Preprint Arch

Coauthors

The present alphabetical list of coauthors icludes all actively involved participants of MitoEAGLE Innsbruck 2018 and MitoEAGLE Poznan 2018 and will be extended by further contributors at MitoEAGLE Lund 2018 and by MitoEAGLE members submitting their valuable contributions. All coauthors will have to confirm to have made a contribution and to have read the final manuscript.

Publication strategy

  • Data linked to published papers or manuscripts in press are superior to unpublished data.
  • Inclusion of unpublished data should not block independent publication by the indivudual teams.
  • Data classified as occasional observations or preliminary results are statistically valuable when combined with comparable data from other groups - pull out your unpublished observations (data).
Acknowledgements: We thank M. Beno for management assistance. This publication is based upon work from COST Action CA15203 MitoEAGLE, supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology), and K-Regio project MitoFit (E.G.).


Labels: MiParea: Respiration, Instruments;methods, mtDNA;mt-genetics, nDNA;cell genetics, Gender  Pathology: Aging;senescence 

Organism: Human  Tissue;cell: Blood cells, Platelet  Preparation: Intact cells, Permeabilized cells  Enzyme: Marker enzyme 

Coupling state: LEAK, ROUTINE, OXPHOS, ET  Pathway: F, N, S, Gp, CIV, NS, Other combinations, ROX 


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