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Exendin-4 inhibits glucolipotoxic ER stress in pancreatic β cells via regulation of SREBP1c and C/EBPβ transcription factors.

Authors
Oh, YS; Lee, YJ; Kang, Y; Han, J; Lim, OK; Jun, HS
Citation
The Journal of endocrinology, 216(3):343-352, 2013
Journal Title
The Journal of endocrinology
ISSN
0022-07951479-6805
Abstract
Prolonged exposure to high glucose (HG) and palmitate (PA) results in increased ER stress and subsequently induces β-cell apoptosis. Exendin-4, a glucagon-like peptide-1 agonist, is known to protect β cells from toxicity induced by cytokines, HG, or fatty acids by reducing ER stress. However, the detailed molecular mechanisms for this protective effect are still not known. In this study, we investigated the role of exendin-4 in the inhibition of glucolipotoxicity-induced ER stress and β-cell apoptosis. Exendin-4 treatment protected INS-1 β cells from apoptosis in response to HG/PA (25 mM glucose+400 μM PA). HG/PA treatment increased cleaved caspase-3 and induced ER stress maker proteins such as PERK (EIF2AK3), ATF6, and phosphorylated forms of PERK, eIF2α, IRE1α (ERN1), and JNK (MAPK8), and these increases were significantly inhibited by exendin-4 treatment. HG/PA treatment of INS-1 cells increased SREBP1 (SREBF1) protein and induced its nuclear translocation and subsequently increased C/EBPβ (CEBPB) protein and its nuclear translocation. Exendin-4 treatment attenuated this increase. Knockdown of SREBP1c reduced the activation of C/EBPβ and also blocked the expression of ER stress markers induced by HG/PA treatment. Our results indicate that exendin-4 inhibits the activation of SREBP1c and C/EBPβ, which, in turn, may reduce glucolipotoxicity-induced ER stress and β-cell apoptosis.
MeSH terms
AnimalsApoptosis/drug effects/physiologyCCAAT-Enhancer-Binding Protein-beta/genetics/*metabolismCaspase 3/genetics/metabolismEndoplasmic Reticulum Stress/drug effects/*physiologyInsulin-Secreting Cells/drug effects/*metabolismPeptides/*pharmacologyRatsSterol Regulatory Element Binding Protein 1/genetics/*metabolismVenoms/*pharmacology
DOI
10.1530/JOE-12-0311
PMID
23257266
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