<  Back to the Polytechnique Montréal portal

More homogeneous capillary flow and oxygenation in deeper cortical layers correlate with increased oxygen extraction

Baoqiang Li, Tatiana V. Esipova, Ikbal Sencan, Kivilcim Kilic, Buyin Fu, Michèle Desjardins, Mohammad Moeini, Sreekanth Kura, Mohammad A. Yaseen, Frédéric Lesage, Leif Ostergaard, Anna Devor, David A. Boas, Sergei A. Vinogradov and Sava Sakadzic

Article (2019)

[img]
Preview
Published Version
Terms of Use: Creative Commons Attribution .
Download (1MB)
Cite this document: Li, B., Esipova, T. V., Sencan, I., Kilic, K., Fu, B., Desjardins, M., ... Sakadzic, S. (2019). More homogeneous capillary flow and oxygenation in deeper cortical layers correlate with increased oxygen extraction. eLife, 8. doi:10.7554/elife.42299
Show abstract Hide abstract

Abstract

Our understanding of how capillary blood flow and oxygen distribute across cortical layers to meet the local metabolic demand is incomplete. We addressed this question by using two-photon imaging of resting-state microvascular oxygen partial pressure (PO2) and flow in the whisker barrel cortex in awake mice. Our measurements in layers I-V show that the capillary red-blood-cell flux and oxygenation heterogeneity, and the intracapillary resistance to oxygen delivery, all decrease with depth, reaching a minimum around layer IV, while the depth-dependent oxygen extraction fraction is increased in layer IV, where oxygen demand is presumably the highest. Our findings suggest that more homogeneous distribution of the physiological observables relevant to oxygen transport to tissue is an important part of the microvascular network adaptation to local brain metabolism. These results will inform the biophysical models of layer-specific cerebral oxygen delivery and consumption and improve our understanding of the diseases that affect cerebral microcirculation.

Uncontrolled Keywords

Animals; Capillaries/*physiology; Cerebral Cortex/*physiology; *Cerebrovascular Circulation; Mice; Oxygen/*metabolism; Partial Pressure; *capillary blood flow; *capillary oxygenation; *cerebral cortex; *mouse; *neuroscience; *partial pressure of oxygen; *two-photon phosphorescence lifetime microscopy; declared

Open Access document in PolyPublie
Subjects: 1900 Génie biomédical > 1900 Génie biomédical
Department: Institut de génie biomédical
Research Center: Non applicable
Funders: National Institutes of Health
Grant number: NS091230, MH111359, EB018464, NS092986, NS055104, AA027097
Date Deposited: 05 Apr 2022 14:35
Last Modified: 06 Apr 2022 01:20
PolyPublie URL: https://publications.polymtl.ca/5001/
Document issued by the official publisher
Journal Title: eLife (vol. 8)
Publisher: eLife Sciences Publications
Official URL: https://doi.org/10.7554/elife.42299

Statistics

Total downloads

Downloads per month in the last year

Origin of downloads

Dimensions

Repository Staff Only