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Nurr1 represses tyrosine hydroxylase expression via SIRT1 in human neural stem cells.

Authors
Kim, TE; Seo, JS; Yang, JW; Kim, MW; Kausar, R; Joe, E; Kim, BY; Lee, MA
Citation
PloS one, 8(8):e71469-e71469, 2013
Journal Title
PloS one
ISSN
1932-6203
Abstract
Nurr1 is an orphan nuclear receptor best known for its essential role in the development and maintenance of midbrain dopaminergic (DA) neurons. During DA neurogenesis, Nurr1 directly targets human tyrosine hydroxylase (hTH). Here we investigated this targeting to identify the molecular mechanisms by which Nurr1 regulates DA neurogenesis. We previously cloned the hTH promoter and found three consensus elements for Nurr1 binding: NBRE-A, -B, and -C. In the present study, gel retardation and luciferase assays using hTH constructs showed that Nurr1 preferentially bound to NBRE-A, through which it mediated transcriptional activity. Furthermore, Nurr1 displayed dual-function transcriptional activities depending on the cell type. In DA-like SH-SY5Y cells, Nurr1 dose-dependently stimulated hTH-3174 promoter activity by 7- to 11-fold. However, in the human neural stem cell (hNSC) line HB1.F3, Nurr1 strongly repressed transcription from the same promoter. This repression was relieved by mutation of only the NBRE-A element and by nicotinamide [an inhibitor of class III histone deacetylases (HDACs), such as SIRT1], but not by trichostatin A (an inhibitor of class I and II HDACs). SIRT1 was strongly expressed in the nucleus of HB1.F3 cells, while it was localized in the cytoplasm in SH-SY5Y cells. ChIP assays of HB1.F3 cells showed that Nurr1 overexpression significantly increased the SIRT1 occupancy of the NBRE-A hTH promoter region, while low SIRT1 levels were observed in control cells. In contrast, no significant SIRT1 recruitment was observed in SH-SY5Y cells. These results indicate that differential SIRT1 localization may be involved in hTH gene regulation. Overall, our findings suggest that Nurr1 exists in dual transcriptional complexes, including co-repressor complexes that can be remodeled to become co-activators and can fine-tune hTH gene transcription during human DA neurogenesis.
MeSH terms
Base SequenceBiological Markers/metabolismCell LineCell Lineage/drug effects/geneticsHistone Deacetylases/metabolismHumansModels, BiologicalMolecular Sequence DataNeural Stem Cells/drug effects/*metabolismNiacinamide/pharmacologyNuclear Receptor Subfamily 4, Group A, Member 2/chemistry/*metabolismPromoter Regions, Genetic/geneticsProtein Binding/drug effects/geneticsRepressor Proteins/*metabolismSirtuin 1/*metabolismTranscription Factors/metabolismTranscriptional Activation/drug effects/geneticsTyrosine 3-Monooxygenase/*genetics/metabolism
DOI
10.1371/journal.pone.0071469
PMID
23977047
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조, 은혜이, 명애
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