Neuronal sFlt1 and Vegfaa determine venous sprouting and spinal cord vascularization

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Neuronal sFlt1 and Vegfaa determine venous sprouting and spinal cord vascularization. / Wild, Raphael; Klems, Alina; Takamiya, Masanari; Hayashi, Yuya; Strähle, Uwe; Ando, Koji; Mochizuki, Naoki; van Impel, Andreas; Schulte-Merker, Stefan; Krueger, Janna; Preau, Laetitia; le Noble, Ferdinand.

I: Nature Communications, Bind 8, 13991, 10.01.2017.

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Wild, R, Klems, A, Takamiya, M, Hayashi, Y, Strähle, U, Ando, K, Mochizuki, N, van Impel, A, Schulte-Merker, S, Krueger, J, Preau, L & le Noble, F 2017, 'Neuronal sFlt1 and Vegfaa determine venous sprouting and spinal cord vascularization', Nature Communications, bind 8, 13991. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms13991

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Wild, R., Klems, A., Takamiya, M., Hayashi, Y., Strähle, U., Ando, K., ... le Noble, F. (2017). Neuronal sFlt1 and Vegfaa determine venous sprouting and spinal cord vascularization. Nature Communications, 8, [13991]. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms13991

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Wild R, Klems A, Takamiya M, Hayashi Y, Strähle U, Ando K, Mochizuki N, van Impel A, Schulte-Merker S, Krueger J, Preau L, le Noble F. 2017. Neuronal sFlt1 and Vegfaa determine venous sprouting and spinal cord vascularization. Nature Communications. 8. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms13991

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Wild R, Klems A, Takamiya M, Hayashi Y, Strähle U, Ando K o.a. Neuronal sFlt1 and Vegfaa determine venous sprouting and spinal cord vascularization. Nature Communications. 2017 jan 10;8. 13991. https://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms13991

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Wild, Raphael ; Klems, Alina ; Takamiya, Masanari ; Hayashi, Yuya ; Strähle, Uwe ; Ando, Koji ; Mochizuki, Naoki ; van Impel, Andreas ; Schulte-Merker, Stefan ; Krueger, Janna ; Preau, Laetitia ; le Noble, Ferdinand. / Neuronal sFlt1 and Vegfaa determine venous sprouting and spinal cord vascularization. I: Nature Communications. 2017 ; Bind 8.

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title = "Neuronal sFlt1 and Vegfaa determine venous sprouting and spinal cord vascularization",
abstract = "Formation of organ-specific vasculatures requires cross-talk between developing tissue and specialized endothelial cells. Here we show how developing zebrafish spinal cord neurons coordinate vessel growth through balancing of neuron-derived Vegfaa, with neuronal sFlt1 restricting Vegfaa-Kdrl mediated angiogenesis at the neurovascular interface. Neuron-specific loss of flt1 or increased neuronal vegfaa expression promotes angiogenesis and peri-neural tube vascular network formation. Combining loss of neuronal flt1 with gain of vegfaa promotes sprout invasion into the neural tube. On loss of neuronal flt1, ectopic sprouts emanate from veins involving special angiogenic cell behaviours including nuclear positioning and a molecular signature distinct from primary arterial or secondary venous sprouting. Manipulation of arteriovenous identity or Notch signalling established that ectopic sprouting in flt1 mutants requires venous endothelium. Conceptually, our data suggest that spinal cord vascularization proceeds from veins involving two-tiered regulation of neuronal sFlt1 and Vegfaa via a novel sprouting mode.",
author = "Raphael Wild and Alina Klems and Masanari Takamiya and Yuya Hayashi and Uwe Str{\"a}hle and Koji Ando and Naoki Mochizuki and {van Impel}, Andreas and Stefan Schulte-Merker and Janna Krueger and Laetitia Preau and {le Noble}, Ferdinand",
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AU - Wild, Raphael

AU - Klems, Alina

AU - Takamiya, Masanari

AU - Hayashi, Yuya

AU - Strähle, Uwe

AU - Ando, Koji

AU - Mochizuki, Naoki

AU - van Impel, Andreas

AU - Schulte-Merker, Stefan

AU - Krueger, Janna

AU - Preau, Laetitia

AU - le Noble, Ferdinand

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N2 - Formation of organ-specific vasculatures requires cross-talk between developing tissue and specialized endothelial cells. Here we show how developing zebrafish spinal cord neurons coordinate vessel growth through balancing of neuron-derived Vegfaa, with neuronal sFlt1 restricting Vegfaa-Kdrl mediated angiogenesis at the neurovascular interface. Neuron-specific loss of flt1 or increased neuronal vegfaa expression promotes angiogenesis and peri-neural tube vascular network formation. Combining loss of neuronal flt1 with gain of vegfaa promotes sprout invasion into the neural tube. On loss of neuronal flt1, ectopic sprouts emanate from veins involving special angiogenic cell behaviours including nuclear positioning and a molecular signature distinct from primary arterial or secondary venous sprouting. Manipulation of arteriovenous identity or Notch signalling established that ectopic sprouting in flt1 mutants requires venous endothelium. Conceptually, our data suggest that spinal cord vascularization proceeds from veins involving two-tiered regulation of neuronal sFlt1 and Vegfaa via a novel sprouting mode.

AB - Formation of organ-specific vasculatures requires cross-talk between developing tissue and specialized endothelial cells. Here we show how developing zebrafish spinal cord neurons coordinate vessel growth through balancing of neuron-derived Vegfaa, with neuronal sFlt1 restricting Vegfaa-Kdrl mediated angiogenesis at the neurovascular interface. Neuron-specific loss of flt1 or increased neuronal vegfaa expression promotes angiogenesis and peri-neural tube vascular network formation. Combining loss of neuronal flt1 with gain of vegfaa promotes sprout invasion into the neural tube. On loss of neuronal flt1, ectopic sprouts emanate from veins involving special angiogenic cell behaviours including nuclear positioning and a molecular signature distinct from primary arterial or secondary venous sprouting. Manipulation of arteriovenous identity or Notch signalling established that ectopic sprouting in flt1 mutants requires venous endothelium. Conceptually, our data suggest that spinal cord vascularization proceeds from veins involving two-tiered regulation of neuronal sFlt1 and Vegfaa via a novel sprouting mode.

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