Surprisingly, decidualized ESCs were significantly more invasive than undifferentiated cells, and this invasive activity was strongly enhanced when cells were cultured in direct contact with AC-1M88 cells. Enhanced motility and invasive capacity of decidualized ESCs in the presence of trophoblastic cells lead us to hypothesize a major contribution of the decidua in encapsulating the early conceptus and supporting subsequent trophoblast invasion.
Our findings thus suggest a far more active role of the decidua in the implantation process than hitherto recognized. Growth and survival of the developing fetus are critically dependent on the integrity of the fetal—maternal interface. In humans, interstitial extravillous trophoblast cells EVTs emanate from the cell columns of the anchoring chorionic villi and invade the maternal decidua as well as the inner third of the myometrium. A subpopulation of EVTs intravasates the decidual spiral arteries and initially plugs the vessels to restrict exposure of the early placenta and fetus to maternal arterial blood.
Between 11 and 14 weeks of gestation, plugs are dislodged, the endovascular EVTs replace the endothelial lining of the vessels and dramatically widen their diameter, ultimately establishing a high-flow, low-resistance utero-placental circulation to supply the fetus with nutrients and oxygen Kliman, ; Kaufmann et al. Thus, the invasive nature of EVTs is essential for the survival of the conceptus, yet the extent of invasion must be tightly controlled.
These proteases are expressed by trophoblast cells Cohen et al. Decidualization is a differentiation process of endometrial stromal cells ESCs that, in humans, is initiated in the secretory phase of the menstrual cycle in response to progesterone but independently of a blastocyst signal. The transformation of elongated stromal fibroblasts into secretory epithelioid-like decidual cells is first apparent in the vicinity of terminal spiral arteries and then spreads throughout the endometrial compartment via autocrine and paracrine signals.
Decidual cells also express the tetraspanin CD82 KAI-1 , a cell surface protein that functions as a metastasis suppressor in tumour cells Jackson et al. Although migratory and invasive potential of ESCs has been recognized, its significance has only been discussed for processes outside pregnancy. After menstruation, there is a need for motile cells to regenerate the endometrial functional layer.
The pathobiology of endometriosis involves the ability of endometriotic cells to migrate to distant sites Matsumoto et al. The role of decidualization for motile behaviour of ESCs has not been specifically addressed so far, and neither has the invasive potential of decidualized cells been considered in the context of implantation.
But as soon as the epithelium is breached, the interface lies between trophoblast and decidual cells. It is therefore the decidua—trophoblast dialogue that orchestrates the remarkably dynamic process by which the blastocyst becomes completely embedded in the uterine wall within a few days, as early as 10 days after conception Norwitz et al. The present study aimed at further exploring the role of the decidua in the remodelling of the fetal—maternal interface in early pregnancy. Investigations into the intercellular communication between decidual and trophoblast cells in humans are largely restricted to cell culture experimentation.
Differentiated invasive EVTs by nature are not proliferating, so the only way of procuring appreciable cell numbers is the outgrowth from villous explants Genbacev et al. To combine infinite proliferative capacity with a terminally differentiated invasive phenotype, the hybridoma cell line AC-1M88 has been generated by fusion of differentiated, non-proliferative EVTs from chorion laeve with AC-1 cells, a selectable mutant of the JEG-3 choriocarcinoma cell line Funayama et al.
In the present study, we assessed the response of ESCs primary or immortalized to trophoblastic cells, with a special emphasis on the role of decidualization for their migratory and invasive capacities. Primary cultures of human ESCs were prepared from anonymized uterine biopsy samples obtained from premenopausal women at the time of hysterectomy for benign gynaecological disorders.
Purified ESCs were prepared as described previously Gellersen et al. The local ethics committee approved this study and patient consent was obtained before tissue collection. The hybridoma cell line, AC-1M88, a fusion of primary EVTs from term placenta with a hypoxanthine-guanine phosphoribosyltransferase-deficient mutant of the JEG-3 choriocarcinoma cell line, was kindly provided by H. Frank and P. Conditioned medium for stimulation experiments was harvested from confluent AC-1M88 cells after h incubation in MM1.
Cell culture experiments were repeated at least three times, using different individual preparations of primary cells and different passage numbers of cell lines, and representative experiments are shown. Following fixation for at least 24 h, duplicate inserts each duplex done in triplicate were processed as follows: either the cells that had invaded to the lower side of the membrane or the non-invasive cells on the upper side were wiped off with a cotton swab.
The membranes were excised from the inserts and placed into the wells of a well plate such that the surface carrying the cells faced to the top. These membranes were then subjected to dual immunocytochemistry to identify the respective cell types, mounted on slides and cell numbers and invasive indices determined as described earlier see Fig.
Each treatment was done in six parallel inserts. The invasion assay was terminated after 48 h and evaluated as described earlier for Matrigel invasion assays. Each treatment was done in three parallel inserts. Each staining step was preceded by blockade of endogenous peroxidase activity 0. The serum-free h supernatants were collected, mixed with sample buffer and immediately loaded for gel electrophoresis. Staining was done in Simply Blue solution Invitrogen.
Primer sequences and PCR conditions were as described previously Samalecos et al. Immunodetection was performed with the enhanced chemiluminescence system SuperSignal; Pierce, Bonn, Germany. To study mutual influences of ESCs primary or immortalized and trophoblastic AC-1M88 cells on their invasive behaviour, we set up a Matrigel invasion assay with both cell types in co-culture. In the light of setting up a co-culture system, it was important to first assess the response of AC-1M88 cells to such culture conditions.
We then tested whether decidualized ESCs would maintain their differentiated status after the withdrawal of the stimulus for at least 2 days. KAI-1 protein began to disappear after 2 days of withdrawal; dPRL transcript levels faded more slowly and were still detectable after 6 days in the absence of cAMP analogue. In both cell types, regulation of KAI-1 was exclusively at the protein but not the transcript level.
For primary ESCs, we have reported similar kinetics previously Pohnke et al. On the basis of these observations, we then devised a modified Matrigel invasion assay for co-culture of AC-1M88 and undifferentiated or decidualized St-T1b cells. To take into account potential effects of different culture conditions on proliferation rates, we prepared parallel inserts for each treatment to wipe off the cells on the upper or the lower surface and count both to obtain the total number of cells after the h incubation Fig.
The invasive index was calculated as the ratio of cells counted on the bottom side relative to the total cell number. Representative pictures of stained cells on both surfaces of the membrane are shown in Fig. Invasiveness of AC-1M88 was not affected by the presence of St-T1b cells, irrespective of their decidualization status Fig. Remarkably, when mixed with AC-1M88 cells, invasiveness of predecidualized St-T1b cells was much higher than that of undifferentiated cells.
Proliferation of AC-1M88 was slightly enhanced by the presence of predecidualized but not undifferentiated St-T1b cells. The attenuated proliferation rate of St-T1b cells upon decidualization was not altered by the presence of AC-1M88 cells Fig. Scheme of modified Matrigel invasion and co-invasion assays. A Invasion assays were conducted with ESCs primary or immortalized and AC-1M88 representing EVTs , either plating one cell type alone invasion assay, left panel or mixing the two cell types co-invasion assay, right panel.
When a single cell type had been plated, cells were visualized by Diff-Quik staining left panel. In the co-invasion assay, cells were subjected to dual immunostaining for cell type-specific markers, i. CK7 and vimentin for trophoblast and stromal cells, respectively right panel. B Representative microphotographs show fixed and stained cells on the top or bottom side of a membrane, corresponding to step 5 in A.
AC-1M88 and St-T1b cells undifferentiated or predecidualized had been plated alone or in combination for invasion and co-invasion assays. A Invasiveness of AC-1M88 cells M88 was not changed by the presence of undifferentiated grey bars or predecidualized black bars St-T1b cells, compared with AC-1M88 cells plated alone white bar. Invasiveness of non-decidualized or predecidualized St-T1b cells was significantly increased by the presence of AC-1M88 cells; in the presence of AC-1M88 cells, predecidualized St-T1b cells were significantly more invasive than undifferentiated cells.
B Total cell numbers top plus bottom are expressed as percent of controls AC-1M88 cells plated with non-decidualized St-T1b cells; or non-decidualized St-T1b cells plated alone or in the presence of AC-1M88 cells, respectively. The number of AC-1M88 cells, when co-plated with St-T1b cells, was increased when the latter had been predecidualized. Invasiveness of non-decidualized or predecidualized ESCs was significantly increased by the presence of AC-1M88 cells; in the presence of AC-1M88 cells, predecidualized ESCs were significantly more invasive than undifferentiated cells.
Taken together, observations made on St-T1b cells with respect to invasion were entirely recapitulated in primary ESCs. Decidualized ESCs were more invasive than non-decidualized cells, and the presence of AC-1M88 cells stimulated invasiveness of non-decidualized, and even more so, of decidualized ESCs. Again, MMP secretion was higher in decidualized cells Fig.
In the initial Matrigel co-invasion assay, endometrial stromal and AC-1M88 trophoblastic cells had been in direct contact. We wished to assess whether cell—cell contact was required for the stimulation of ESC invasiveness by trophoblastic cells, or whether secreted factors derived from AC-1M88 cells elicited the response. In parallel, migration assays were initiated using inserts without Matrigel coating.
Invasion assays were terminated after 48 h, migrations assays after 24 h. Decidualized St-T1b cells and primary ESCs were dramatically more invasive than undifferentiated cells This response was significantly enhanced upon decidualization of the latter; in decidualized St-T1b, the tendency towards enhancement did not reach statistical significance.
Cells had been predecidualized for 5 days black bars or had been left untreated grey bars before being plated in serum-free medium onto Matrigel-coated invasion membranes. Invasion was allowed to proceed for 48 h, migration for 24 h.
In contrast, there was no significant difference in migration between undifferentiated and decidualized St-T1b cells or primary ESCs when exposed to control medium Fig. Yet, the presence of AC-1Mderived factors elicited a massive stimulation of migration in both cell types. Although the absolute numbers of migrated cells were distinctly higher in decidualized compared with undifferentiated St-T1b cells, such difference was not apparent in primary cells.
The relatively small response to AC-1M88 cells in decidualized cells is accounted for by the enormous increase in invasiveness caused by decidualization per se Fig. Data from the experiments shown in Fig. Implantation and placenta formation in humans are signified by two distinctive features: decidual transformation of ESCs in preparation for implantation is initiated independent of a blastocyst-derived signal, and the invading trophoblast is particularly aggressive Kliman, ; Fazleabas et al.
Processes occurring at the human maternal—fetal interface can therefore not adequately be studied using in vivo rodent models which lack these features. In vitro co-culture experiments using human cells are hampered by difficulties in procuring sufficient extravillous trophoblast material.
Being well aware of the limitations inherent in the use of cell lines compared with primary cells, we decided to use the well-characterized AC-1M88 cell line as a model for trophoblast cells Hannan et al. Nothing is known to date about the regulation of CEACAM1 in trophoblast cells, although we show here that this adhesion molecule is induced by components present in FCS. In order to assess mutual influences of ESCs and EVTs on invasive behaviour in a co-culture system allowing cell—cell contact, we devised a Matrigel co-invasion assay.
For control purposes, cell types were also plated alone. This led to the surprising observation that predecidualization markedly promoted invasive behaviour of ESCs, be they primary or immortalized. A co-invasion assay similar to the one described in this study has been conducted on endometriotic stromal cells. These were seeded on a monolayer of peritoneal cells on the upper surface of a Matrigel invasion chamber.
Endometriosis arises by implantation of viable endometrial cells in retrograde menstrual effluent at ectopic pelvic sites. Because decidualization precedes menstrual shedding, it is tempting to speculate that an enhanced decidual response may be associated with increased invasive potential of cells in menstrual fluid Brosens et al. A recent study addressed the behaviour of villous trophoblast from early pregnancy when placed on the top of a layer of decidual fibroblasts isolated from term placenta Fafet et al.
The presence of trophoblast induced PRL immunoreactivity in these cells, indicating that placental signals support the maternal decidual response. Similarly, in a co-culture system of proliferative ESCs with first trimester trophoblast, gene expression profiling demonstrated induction of several decidual-specific products in the ESCs, including IGFBP-1 Popovici et al.
Confrontation assays have also been established, whereby decidual fragments are placed in contact with spheroids formed from an EVT cell line, allowing visualization of EVTs invading into the decidual explant Helige et al. Generally, in co-culture systems of ESCs or decidual fragments with trophoblast, it is the movement of EVTs that is being monitored while the activity of the ESCs has not received attention Mardon et al. Our findings suggest a novel interpretation, namely that decidual cells themselves have not only migratory but also invasive potential, and are thus equipped to actively support the movement of EVTs into the decidual layer by encircling them.
The decidualization process results in an enhancement of this ability which is even further augmented by trophoblastic signals. This concept is also supported by observations made in co-culture experiments using human hatched blastocysts placed on an ESC monolayer Carver et al. Time-lapse imaging of ESCs in co-culture with blastocyst revealed increased motility of ESCs at the contact sites but was interpreted as moving away from the implanting embryo Grewal et al.
In our opinion, an alternative explanation is that decidual cells can move around the blastocyst in an engulfment process. Notably, we observed on the upper surface of the Matrigel invasion membranes that stromal and trophoblast cells, after 48 h in co-culture, were not evenly interspersed but that each cell population had migrated to organize into multi-cellular branches Fig.
This indicates that contact with trophoblastic cells elicits a highly motile behaviour. We demonstrate, however, that decidualized ESCs possess intrinsic invasive capacity. Motility alone was much less increased by decidualization than was invasiveness, yet both activities were strongly enforced by factors released from AC-1M88 cells. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents.
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