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This is a striking amount given that HSCs account for approximately 6%–8% of the cells present in the liver and only approximately 1% of hepatic protein [2–4,50]. Retinol and retinyl esters are found at physiologically significant concentrations in the lipid droplets of adipocytes [11,46,55,56,88], and, as noted earlier, are also found in significant concentrations in hepatocytes. Consequently, other lipid-accumulating cell types can be sites for retinoid storage. These observations have led us to wonder what evolutionary pressures would have selected for specific accumulation of such a large percentage of the body’s retinoid in a relatively minor hepatic cell type.
Interestingly, the hRBP−/− mice have greater muscle retinoid levels than wild-type mice . When placed on a vitamin A-deficient diet, lung retinoid stores of the hRBP−/− mice were depleted more rapidly than that in both wild-type and RBP−/− mice . It was further observed that, on a vitamin A-sufficient diet, hepatic retinoid levels were not different in hRBP−/− mice compared to Rbp−/− mice, but interestingly, these levels were greater than in wild-type mice. Collectively, these observations imply that (i) RBP, irrespective of its tissue origin, can draw upon peripheral tissue retinoid stores to mobilize retinol into the circulation in order to maintain blood retinol levels, and (ii) extrahepatically synthesized RBP is unable to draw upon hepatic retinoid stores.
Like hepatocytes, HSCs do not express Stra6 [76,89], so this membrane receptor for RBP cannot be involved in facilitating retinol uptake into or efflux from HSCs. HSCs express all three of the retinoic acid receptors and all three of the retinoid X receptors and are thus also targets for r etinoid action [4,5,89]. Within HSCs, retinoids are stored in lipid droplets, which are a distinguishing morphological feature of these cells . 3 provides an image of primary HSCs cultured overnight following their isolation from chow-fed mice.
Carotenoids and vitamin A in translational medicine by Olaf Sommerburg, Werner Siems, Klaus Kraemer