A recent study showed that inhibition of the receptor for macrophage colony-stimulating factor eliminated macrophage infiltration and expression of pro-inflammatory molecules in glomeruli, suggesting a pro-inflammatory phenotype of glomerular infiltrated macrophages (46). macrophages in the kidneys of patients with either ADPKD or ARPKD and in the cystic kidneys of cpk mice, a model of ARPKD. They also cause or suppress inflammation and secrete molecules that allow communication between different cell types, all of which provide a healthy immune response in fighting infection and … Production of IFN-γ by local macrophages controls macrophage migration to kidney and regulates the development of glomerulonephritis in LN (17). For example, adipose tissue macrophages can convert themselves from a wound-healing phenotype to a classically activated phenotype during obesity-associated inflammation (84, 85). 200, No. 2016, 25 November 2015 | Frontiers in Immunology, Vol. Furthermore, when Wnt7b is somatically deleted in macrophages, … 2, 7 April 2017 | American Journal of Physiology-Renal Physiology, Vol. Mediators released by injured tissue can activate infiltrating macrophages through toll-like receptors (TLRs) and MyD88 signaling pathways, which promote kidney fibrosis. Not more than 1 per cent lay within the mesangium. More recently, macrophages have been classified as classically activated macrophages (M1 macrophages), wound-healing macrophages (also known as M2a), and regulatory macrophages (also known as M2c) on the basis of their fundamental activation and function . In experimental models of kidney fibrosis, the mannose receptor 2 (Mrc2) (also known as urokinase receptor–associated protein and Endo180), which is expressed by ^15% of interstitial myofibroblasts and macrophages, significantly reduces fibrosis severity compared with mice with genetic Mrc2 deficiency. No conflicts of interest, financial or otherwise, are declared by the author(s). Heme-oxygenase-1 (HO-1) is an anti-inflammatory enzyme that has been shown to be beneficial in various models of kidney injury (10, 66). The role of pro-inflammatory macrophages was investigated further by using adoptive transfer in anti-GBM glomerulonephritis. They have a large, single nucleus that is often kidney-shaped. In contrast to the protective effect of macrophage depletion during early phase of kidney I/R, macrophage depletion during the later recovery phase impedes tissue repair and regeneration. 469, No. The diversity of macrophage functions has led to several classification systems. However, these proposed phenotypes need to be defined in various kidney disease models. 4, 9 September 2019 | American Journal of Physiology-Renal Physiology, Vol. In contrast, M2 macrophages have anti-inflammatory functions and are involved in parasite containment, wound healing, and fibrosis (94, 114). For example, TNF-α has a critical role in mediating the kidney injury. 5, No. 4, 1 September 2016 | Archives of Toxicology, Vol. iNOS, inducible nitric oxide synthase; Ym1, a chitinase-like protein; FIZZ1, a resistin-like protein; IGF1, insulin-like growth factor 1; SPHK1, sphingosine kinase 1; SLAM, signaling lymphocytic activation molecule. Recent studies revealed that kidney F4/80hi macrophages exhibited a unique hybrid activation phenotype with expression of both pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory mediators in chronic LN, indicating that the standard M1/M2 paradigm for macrophages is insufficient to explain chronic inflammation in lupus nephritis (9, 109). The origins of those found in kidney tissue, however, are not as well understood. Could a recent discovery about the body’s natural defenses be a stepping stone toward combating kidney-related health issues? Finally, injection of the Wnt pathway regulator Dkk2 enhances the repair process and suggests a therapeutic option. In vivo modulation of macrophages is another therapeutic approach to treat kidney disease. 4, 8 February 2017 | Pflügers Archiv - European Journal of Physiology, Vol. Acute kidney injury caused by ischemia reperfusion or cytotoxic drugs triggers a prominent infiltrate of neutrophils and natural killer cells within hours of tissue injury (72, 78, 93, 104). Understanding alterations of kidney microenvironment and the factors that control the phenotype and functions of macrophages may offer an avenue for the development of new cellular and cytokine/growth factor-based therapies as alternative treatment options for patients with kidney disease. conception and design of research; Q.C. Our group found that MMP-9 were involved in epithelial mesenchymal transition (EMT) and thereby contributed to kidney fibrosis (120, 138). In vitro M2a and M2c macrophages have been demonstrated to be anti-inflammatory and to reduce kidney injury (16, 130). 1, 3 October 2017 | Nature Reviews Nephrology, Vol. Interestingly, IFNγ-stimulated M1 macrophages injected during the repair phase switched toward an anti-inflammatory M2 phenotype within the kidney. 47 chemokine receptor 1 (CX3CR1)-positive yolk-sac macrophages, also known as pre-macrophages; and ... 74 unappreciated increase in the proportion of yolk-sac-derived macrophages in the kidney with age. The implications of this discovery are important because while the kidneys help control the volume of blood in the body and maintain the proper concentrations of proteins and electrolytes, they are also subject to infection and disease. Because Wnt7b is known to stimulate epithelial responses during kidney development, these findings suggest that macrophages are able to rapidly invade an injured tissue and reestablish a developmental program that is beneficial for repair and regeneration. C-C motif chemokine receptor 2 (CCR2), the main chemokine receptor for monocyte chemoattractant protein-1 (MCP-1/CCL2), is expressed on a subset of monocytes. Kidney Macrophages Show Evidence of Activation and Correlate Numerically With Disease Outcomes. Inflammatory monocytes infiltrate to the site of tissue injury shortly after neutrophils, where they differentiate into macrophages and are polarized into pro-inflammatory macrophages (M1) by various inflammatory mediators, such as IFN-γ, that are released from neighboring inflammatory cells, including neutrophils, NK cells, and T effector cells (predominantly Th1/17). Kidney-infiltrating macrophages exhibit increased expression of OX40L, CD80, and CD86, which are markers of disease onset and remission in LN (111). Macrophages were virtually never seen in the interstitium, except in areas of scarring. In vitro coculture studies indicate that macrophage phenotypic change was induced by tubular cell-derived factors. Macrophages are a type of white blood cell central to the immune system that detect and engulf harmful pathogens, like viruses, bacteria and fungi, serving as helpful scavengers to fight infections. Better strategies to induce reparative macrophages in vivo need to be developed. approved final version of manuscript. Lin found that macrophage-derived Wnt7b also plays a critical role in promoting kidney regeneration via epithelial cell-cycle progression and basement membrane repair after IRI (80). The renoprotection of these IL-10-expressing macrophages was dependent on the production of lipocalin-2, which protects against tubular apoptosis and stimulates their proliferation in an iron-dependent pathway. showed that absence of scavenging receptors on uPAR−/− macrophages led to delayed clearance of pro-fibrotic molecules, resulting in kidney fibrosis in late-stage UUO (136). S1P-dependent neutrophil gelatinase-associated lipocalin (NGAL/Lcn-2) produced by these macrophages was identified as a regenerative mediator enhancing tubular epithelial cell proliferation in the repair phase of IRI. For example, depletion of kidney macrophages by liposomal clodronate (LC) significantly improves kidney injury and function in acute ischemia reperfusion injury (IRI) and unilateral ureteral obstruction (UUO) models (62, 68, 75). 2, 14 September 2018 | American Journal of Physiology-Renal Physiology, Vol. 7, No. Macrophages play a special role in the onset of several diseases, including acute and chronic kidney injuries. The reduction of DAMPs and PAMPs as well as the increase of apoptotic cells represent a change in the tissue environment that would promote phenotype change of tissue macrophages (40). Recently, Anders and Ryu proposed four types of in vivo macrophages, defined according to their predominant roles in various phases of kidney disease, namely pro-inflammatory, anti-inflammatory, profibrotic, and fibrolytic macrophages (6). We examined the alteration of macrophage phenotypes during an extended recovery period following ischemia/reperfusion injury (IRI) and determine their roles in the development of fibrosis. Adoptive transfer of netrin-1-treated macrophages suppressed inflammation and protected against kidney injury in IRI mice (105). Pro-inflammatory (M1) and anti-inflammatory (M2) macrophages will accelerate or reduce kidney injury and inflammation respectively, to impact indirectly or directly on the degree of kidney fibrosis (FIGURE 2). Soc. demonstrated that mannose receptor 2 (Mrc2)-expressing macrophages displayed a fibrosis-attenuating role through activating a lysosomal collagen turnover pathway in UUO (82). Early studies showed that macrophage accumulation in glomeruli is a direct response to the deposition of antibody in anti-GBM glomerulonephritis, and inhibition of macrophage accumulation by anti-macrophage serum significantly prevented progression of glomerulonephritis, thereby implicating macrophages as mediators of glomerular injury and inflammation (51, 52). In human studies, the degree of macrophage infiltration has been shown to correlate with the severity of kidney injury in patients with glomerulonephritis, suggesting their pathogenic role in kidney disease (27, 28, 50, 57, 135). Sola et al. Monocytes infiltrate the injured kidney shortly after neutrophils, differentiate into macrophages, and contribute to early tubular injury (3). Moreover, early or late treatment with the JNK inhibitor improved kidney function and attenuated glomerular and tubulointerstitial damage in the chronic anti-GBM model (35, 86). Macrophages are highly heterogeneous cells and exhibit distinct phenotypic and functional characteristics in response to various stimuli in the local microenvironment in different types of kidney disease. and Y.W. Pro-inflammatory macrophages contribute to the initiation of IRI by secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines, recruitment of neutrophils, and induction of epithelial cell apoptosis. However, M2 macrophages have been shown to exist in acute kidney injury such as ischemic kidney but not in most chronic kidney diseases (14). Following the deposition of immune complex in the kidney, infiltrating inflammatory cells lead to tissue injury in lupus nephritis (LN). 2010 Mar 2; 107(9): 4194–4199. KEY WORDS-Monocyte, glomerulus, a-l-antitrypsin, muramidase. found that targeting IL-18 derived from activated macrophages by a neutralizing binding protein protected against the development of AN, with less interstitial inflammation, tissue injury, and kidney dysfunction (133). 3-4, 23 February 2017 | Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, Vol. Macrophages that produce pro-inflammatory cytokines and interact with autoreactive T cells are important mediators in the progression of LN (71). Kidney macrophages display phenotypic heterogeneity in kidney disease. 2, 16 April 2018 | The Journal of Immunology, Vol. showed that apoptotic cell-derived sphingosine-1-phosphate (S1P) polarized kidney macrophages to a reparative phenotype in the kidney of IRI mice (116). In the kidneys, these cells react very sensitively to tissue damage and adapt very quickly to dynamic changes in their environment. When macrophages are inducibly ablated from the injured kidney, the canonical Wnt pathway response in kidney epithelial cells is reduced. For example, biglycan, a small leucine-rich proteoglycan, which is released from kidney resident cells during early stages of IRI, directly activates macrophages through TLR4 and TLR2, which mediate rapid activation of NF-κB and thereby stimulate the expression of inflammatory cytokines (110). Alternatively, macrophages also can be modulated into a protective phenotype to reduce kidney injury in kidney disease. Phenotypic changes and functions of macrophages are dependent on microenvironments in disease conditions and are regulated by the signaling pathways of various genes. In the presence of … Macrophages (MΦ) are highly heterogeneous cells that exhibit distinct phenotypic and functional characteristics depending on their microenvironment and the disease type and stage. Lee et al. Reduction of interstitial inflammation and tissue injury in AN mice by blockade of CCR1, CCL2, or CCL5 was associated with a remarkable reduction of macrophage infiltration, suggesting macrophages play a critical role in development of AN (125, 132, 140). Depletion of macrophages during kidney repair is associated with sustained kidney inflammation and injury, and impaired tubular cell proliferation and tissue repair (67, 75). Recent studies have emphasized the importance of tissue-resident macrophages and demonstrated that they self-maintain locally without need for input from circulating monocytes (1, 47). Monocytes and macrophages are demonstrated in greater numbers within the kidney by antisera to muramidase than to a-l-antitrypsin. Loss of either Pink1 or Prkn promoted renal extracellular … Subsequently, small numbers of Th2 cells and Tregs are recruited into kidney to regulated local immune responses. However, increased evidence has suggested an anti-fibrotic role of infiltrating macrophages in obstructive nephropathy. Macrophage depletion by clodronate microspheres resulted in greatly reduced TNF-α and IL-1β release in anti-GBM glomerulonephritis, suggesting that inflammatory macrophages mediated glomerular damage through release of pro-inflammatory cytokines (24). 4, 14 September 2018 | Clinical Science, Vol. Deletion of CSF-1 significantly reduced macrophage infiltration with a remarkable reduction of tissue injury in MRL/lpr mice (60, 91). The mechanisms by which macrophages are polarized to an anti-inflammatory phenotype in the post-ischemic kidney are not well understood. 1, 29 January 2019 | American Journal of Physiology-Renal Physiology, Vol. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. Subsequently, Th2 and Tregs are recruited into kidney and regulate immune responses, including macrophage switch to an anti-inflammatory (M2) phenotype following through uptake of apoptotic cells and stimulation by regulatory cytokines. Even though CD11c has traditionally been considered to be a dendritic cell marker, both subsets showed major characteristics and functions of macrophages. In addition, regulatory T cells further promote the anti-inflammatory macrophage phenotype via release of IL-10 and TGF-β and by suppressing effector T cells (81). 91, No. Monocytes/macrophages are able to fuse with other cells for tissue regeneration and also to transform into other cell types, including neuronal, endothelial, and muscle cells (48, 126, 139). 7, 5 October 2016 | Clinical Kidney Journal, Vol. 3 Therefore, depletion of macrophages before or during the early stages of IRI reduces kidney injury and improves tissue repair. You can learn more about NPRC’s infectious disease studies at, , as well as coronavirus-specific studies at, Transplant Biology & Regenerative Medicine. The mechanism underlying the pro-fibrotic role of macrophages in UUO has not been fully elucidated. These tissue-specific macrophage subpopulations can change their phenotype and function in response to local microenvironmental signals during tissue infection or injury (94). CSF-1 produced by tubular epithelial cells in IRI mice has been shown to polarize resident macrophages toward an M2 phenotype, which partially contributed to kidney repair and regeneration after IRI (2, 90, 137). Recently, Wyburn et al. NPRC scientists across the country are working to combat infectious diseases through a variety of research projects. These findings suggest that F4/80+ macrophages/dendritic cells, but not CD11c+ DCs play a pivotal role in the development of kidney fibrosis following ureteral obstruction in mice. Taken together, these studies show that macrophages undergo a switch from a pro-inflammatory to a trophic phenotype that supports the transition from kidney injury to kidney repair during the course of acute kidney injury. These fetal-generated macrophages self-maintain throughout adulthood and are only partially replaced by bone marrow-derived circulating … M1 macrophages produce a great amount and a great number of pro-inflammatory mediators and mediate antimicrobial defence and antitumour immunity. 75 Results and Discussion: 76 Two complementary strategies were used to fate-map CSF1R+, and CX3CR1+ yolk-sac-derived 77 macrophages (Fig. 27, No. Kidney fibrosis is a second-line healing program that only occurs if kidney repair is insufficient or consistently suppressed by ongoing tissue injury and inflammation. Macrophages are involved in the formation of the niches of stem cells and progenitor cells; without macrophage help, stem cells or progenitor cells are not able to proliferate and differentiate in injured tissues (29). Macrophages acts as sentinel cells; they have a role in destroying bacteria, protozoa and tumour cells, and release substances that act upon other immune cells. The pathogenic role of pro-inflammatory macrophages in LN has been revealed by blockade of CCL2 or CCR2 and by depletion of colony stimulating factor-1 (CSF-1) in MRL/lpr mice (70, 91, 99, 122). Furthermore, specific genes important in regulating possible fibrotic and fibrolytic macrophages have not been defined. More recently, macrophages have been classified as classically activated macrophages (M1 macrophages), wound-healing macrophages (also known as M2a), and regulatory macrophages (also known as M2c) on the basis of their fundamental activation and function (92). B: in chronic kidney disease, M1 macrophages are increased in kidney tissue following neutrophil, NK cells, and Th1/17 infiltration in the early injury and inflammation. During infection, PAMPs activate resident macrophages as well as kidney parenchymal cells through innate pattern-recognition receptors, leading to the secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokines and chemokines that defend against pathogens and also cause nonspecific collateral tissue damage (6, 8). They also showed that embryo-derived renal macrophages have a stronger immune response than their bone marrow-derived counterparts. Direct evidence for a pathogenic role of macrophages was shown by our group by the protection of macrophages depletion in AN against kidney functional and structural injury (128). The activated M1 macrophages can further exacerbate tissue inflammation and cause substantial tissue damage. In a recent study, Tulane National Primate Research Center (TNPRC) scientists Xuebin Qin, PhD, professor of medicine, and Fengming Liu, PhD, assistant professor of microbiology and immunology, made a new discovery about renal (kidney) macrophages that fundamentally changes the understanding of how these cells populate. The anti-inflammatory macrophage-derived reparative molecules in IRI mice are poorly known. The possible existence and importance of site-specific macrophages is not clear. Background Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease is caused by genetic mutations in PKD1 or PKD2 . However, the core genes that regulate macrophage phenotype and function are still unclear. Macrophages and their associated inflammatory cytokines promote cyst progression; however, transcription factors within macrophages that control cytokine production and cystic disease are unknown. For example, one study revealed that suppression of macrophage recruitment in osteopontin-knockout mice reduces tubulointerstitial fibrosis during the recovery process of IRI (100). They are found everywhere in tissues and organs. Persistent inflammatory and fiborotic factors in chronic kidney disease promote renal fibrosis. However, whether in vitro macrophages can be modulated to become fibrolytic to reduce fibrosis is unknown. However, the mechanisms linking AKI to CKD remain unclear. Until now, researchers hadn’t known if these macrophages had traveled from elsewhere in the body or if they were produced during embryonic development. Reparative macrophages also secrete chitinase-like protein BRP-39, which has been shown to promote regeneration in kidney by limiting tubular apoptosis via activation of phosphoinositide 3-kinase/protein kinase B (PI3K/Akt) signaling (112). 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