Stevens-Johnson syndrome/toxic epidermal necrolysis (SJS/TEN) is a severe skin reaction most often triggered by particular medications. Although Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis were once thought to be separate conditions, they are now considered part of a continuum. Stevens-Johnson syndrome represents the less severe end of the disease spectrum, and toxic epidermal necrolysis represents the more severe end.
Severe damage to the skin and mucous membranes makes SJS/TEN a life-threatening disease. Because the skin normally acts as a protective barrier, extensive skin damage can lead to a dangerous loss of fluids and allow infections to develop. Serious complications can include pneumonia, overwhelming bacterial infections (sepsis), shock, multiple organ failure, and death. About 10 percent of people with Stevens-Johnson syndrome die from the disease, while the condition is fatal in up to 50 percent of those with toxic epidermal necrolysis.
Studies suggest that the HLA-B gene variations associated with SJS/TEN cause the immune system to react abnormally to certain medications. In a process that is not well understood, the drug causes immune cells called cytotoxic T cells and natural killer (NK) cells to release a substance called granulysin that destroys cells in the skin and mucous membranes. The death of these cells causes the blistering and peeling that is characteristic of SJS/TEN.
Oropharyngeal dysphagia in general can be caused by either (1) severe neurological impairment, affecting (a) the central nervous system directly (e.g., stroke, Morbus Parkinson, multiple sclerosis, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), (b) due to traumatic peripheral nerve damage and impaired function of the neuro-muscular junction, (c) primary neuro-muscular junction abnormalities (e.g., myasthenia gravis, Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome [LEMS]), or (d) a primary muscular disease (e.g., inflammatory myopathies); (2) structural damage (e.g., trauma caused by the intubation or malignancies); (3) medication or toxic/drug side-effects; (4) presbyphagia; or (5) phagophobia .
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Our analysis revealed that glyphosate infiltrated the brain in a dose-dependent manner and upregulated TNFα in both plasma and brain tissue post-exposure. Notably, glyphosate measures correlated positively with TNFα levels. Glyphosate exposure in APP/PS1 primary cortical neurons increases levels of soluble Aβ40-42 and cytotoxicity. RNAseq revealed over 200 differentially expressed genes in a dose-dependent manner and cell-type-specific deconvolution analysis showed enrichment of key biological processes in oligodendrocytes including myelination, axon ensheathment, glial cell development, and oligodendrocyte development.
Previous work has shown that administering either 250 or 500 mg/kg/day of glyphosate to male Swiss mice for 3 months resulted in a decrease in body weight, reduced locomotor activity, and increased anxiety and depression-like behaviors . The dosage used in the aforementioned work is based on the no observable adverse effect limit (NOAEL) for chronic (90 days) exposure in mice established by the EPA . The NOAEL is the maximum dose at which there is no significant toxic effect . It should be noted that this dose is significantly higher than typical daily exposure. A recent review found that the average reported urinary levels in occupationally exposed individuals vary from 0.26 to 73.5 μg/L while individuals with environmental exposure had levels ranging from 0.16 to 7.6 μg/L . Even though human exposure levels are below this reference value, the 500 mg/kg/day still holds value in investigating toxicological effects of the compound .
We also found that glyphosate levels in the brain and urine were positively correlated with peripheral blood plasma and brain TNFα. Specifically, brain glyphosate correlates significantly with both blood plasma and brain TNFα levels. Furthermore, we observed a positive correlation between urine glyphosate and peripheral blood plasma TNFα levels, illustrating that as glyphosate increased, so did the levels of TNFα. As plasma measures of inflammatory response can provide valuable and non-invasive insight into neurological events , the correlation between plasma TNFα and CNS measures of both glyphosate and TNFα may have predictive value for neurotoxic levels of glyphosate exposure.
Upon application of comparable glyphosate concentrations observed in brain tissue in vivo to primary cortical neurons in vitro, we found that glyphosate increased cytotoxicity. After 24 h of glyphosate exposure, we found reduced cell viability in the 40 µg/mL dosage group compared to all other dosage groups. This data indicates that the levels of glyphosate detected in the brain in vivo are sufficient to reduce cell viability in a biologically relevant population of cortical neurons lost in AD. This data coincides with the emerging literature showing that an upregulation of pro-inflammatory cytokines can contribute to neuronal damage and loss in neurodegeneration . Not only is glyphosate exposure capable of reducing cell viability, but it also has pathological implications for AD specifically. When we looked at the effects of glyphosate on the production of soluble Aβ40-42 in primary cortical neurons derived from APP/PS1 mice, we found that glyphosate elevated soluble Aβ40 production at 40 and 20 µg/mL and soluble Aβ42 levels at 10, 20 and 40 µg/mL compared to 0 µg/mL. The elevation of Aβ42 post-glyphosate exposure is particularly relevant as Aβ42 has been shown to be more toxic and fibrillogenic than other forms of Aβ peptide . Collectively, our in vitro experiments show that the levels of glyphosate detected in the brain in vivo after exposure are sufficient to increase cytotoxicity and elevate Aβ40-42 levels.
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