N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine Reduces Fibrosis and Improves Muscle Function After Acute Compartment Syndrome Injury.

Abstract:

INTRODUCTION:Upon injury, skeletal muscle undergoes a multiphase process beginning with degeneration of the damaged tissue, which is accompanied by inflammation and finally regeneration. One consequence of an injured microenvironment is excessive production of reactive oxygen species, which results in attenuated regeneration and recovery of function ultimately leading to fibrosis and disability. The objective of this research was to test the potential of the antioxidant, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine (NAC), as a mediator of reactive oxygen species damage that results from traumatic muscle injury in order to support repair and regeneration of wounded muscle tissue and improve function recovery. MATERIALS AND METHODS:Adult female Lewis rats were subjected to compartment syndrome injury as previously published by our group. Rats received intramuscular injections of NAC or vehicle at 24, 48, and 72 hours postinjury. Muscle function, tissue fibrosis, and the expression of myogenic and angiogenic markers were measured. RESULTS:Muscle function was significantly improved, and tissue fibrosis was significantly decreased in NAC-treated muscles. CONCLUSIONS:These results suggest that NAC treatment of skeletal muscle after injury may be a viable option for the prevention of long-term fibrosis and scar formation, facilitating recovery of muscle function.

journal_name

Mil Med

journal_title

Military medicine

authors

Yosef B,Zhou Y,Mouschouris K,Poteracki J,Soker S,Criswell T

doi

10.1093/milmed/usz232

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2020-01-07 00:00:00

pages

25-34

issue

Suppl 1

eissn

0026-4075

issn

1930-613X

pii

5740697

journal_volume

185

pub_type

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