Comparative study of PM2.5 - and PM10 - induced oxidative stress in rat lung epithelial cells.

Jin Hyuk Choi, Jun Sung Kim, Young Chul Kim, Yoon Shin Kim, Namhyun Chung, Myung Haing Cho

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Accurate estimation of the exposure-response relationship between ambient urban particulate matters (PM) and public health is important for regulatory perspective of ambient urban particulate matters (PM). Ambient PM contains various transition metals and organic compounds. PM10 (aerodynamic diameter less than 10 micro m) is known to induce diverse diseases such as chronic cough, bronchitis, chest illness, etc. However, recent evaluation of PM2.5 (aerodynamic diameter less than 2.5 micro m) against health outcomes has suggested that the fine particles may be more closely associated with adverse respiratory health effects than particles of larger size. This study was performed to evaluate PM2.5-induced oxidative stress in rat lung epithelial cell in order to provide basic data for the risk assessment of PM2.5. PM2.5 showed higher cytotoxicity than PM10. Also, PM 2.5 induced more malondialdehyde (MDA) formation than PM10. In Hoechst 33258 dye staining and DNA fragmentation assay, apopotic changes were clearly detected in PM2.5 treated cells in compared to PM10. Expression of catalase mRNA was increased by PM2.5 rather than PM10. PM2.5 induced higher Mth1 mRNA than PM10. In pBR322 DNA treated with PM2.5, production of single strand breakage of DNA was higher than that of PM10. In Western blot analysis, PM2.5 induced more Nrf-2 protein, associated with diverse transcriptional and anti-oxidative stress enzymes, compared to PM10. Our data suggest that PM2.5 rather than PM10 may be responsible for PM-induced toxicity. Additional efforts are needed to establish the environmental standard of PM2.5.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)11-18
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of veterinary science (Suwon-si, Korea)
Volume5
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2004 Mar 1
Externally publishedYes

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Messenger RNA
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Comparative study of PM2.5 - and PM10 - induced oxidative stress in rat lung epithelial cells. / Choi, Jin Hyuk; Kim, Jun Sung; Kim, Young Chul; Kim, Yoon Shin; Chung, Namhyun; Cho, Myung Haing.

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Choi, Jin Hyuk ; Kim, Jun Sung ; Kim, Young Chul ; Kim, Yoon Shin ; Chung, Namhyun ; Cho, Myung Haing. / Comparative study of PM2.5 - and PM10 - induced oxidative stress in rat lung epithelial cells. In: Journal of veterinary science (Suwon-si, Korea). 2004 ; Vol. 5, No. 1. pp. 11-18.
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