17-DMAG이 마우스 골격근에서 autophagy flux에 미치는 영향

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주정선;이유현
Ju, Jeong-sun;Lee, Yoo-Hyun

  • 투고 : 2015.10.14
  • 심사 : 2016.02.14
  • 발행 : 2016.04.30

초록

본 연구는 17-DMAG이 골격근에서 autophagy에 관여하는 가를 조사하기 위해, C2C12세포와 마우스 골격근에서 17-DMAG (Hsp90 억제제/Hsp72 활성제)을 처치하는 그룹과 autophagy 억제제(Bafilomycin 또는 colchicine)를 처치하는 그룹과 처치하지 않는 그룹을 동시에 두고 autophagy flux를 측정하였다. C2C12 배양세포에서 17-DMAG이 Hsp90 억제/hsp72 활성화시켰으며 Akt-mTOR 신호체계를 유의하게 감소시켰지만(p<0.05) autophagy marker 단백질인 LC3 II와 p62를 증가시키지 않았다. in vivo 모델의 경우 17-DMAG 처치가 배양세포에서 발견된 것처럼 Hsp90억제/hsp72를 활성화시켰고 Akt-mTOR 신호체계를 유의하게 감소시켰다(p<0.05). 반면 LC3 II와 p62 단백질 수준은 autophagy 억제제(colchicine) 처치 수준보다 더 높게 증가되었다. 이는 17-DMAG이 골격근에서 autophagy를 증가시키지만 C2C12 배양세포에서는 autophagy의 활성화가 제한적임을 암시한다. 현재 이러한 in vitro와 in vivo 모델에서의 차이는 불분명하다.

키워드

17-DMAG;autophagy;heat shock protein;Hsp72;skeletal muscle

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