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The growing landscape of succinylation links metabolism and heart disease.Post-translational modification of proteins is an important biochemical process that occurs at the protein level. Succinylation is a newly discovered post-translational modification with the hallmark of a significant chemical and structural change. Succinylation has many similarities with other modifications, but succinylation may lead to more functional changes. Although the physiological significance of succinylation has not been well characterized, the lysine succinylation modification shows great potentials during disease processes. The discovery of SIRT5 has made great progress in exploring the role of succinylation in energy metabolism, heart disease and tumorigenesis. In this review, we focus on the discovery of succinylation in organisms and mechanism of succinylation. We are also concerned with the metabolic reactions and heart diseases associated with succinylation.
Lanting Yang, Shuo Miao, Jing Zhang, Peiyan Wang, Gaoli Liu, Jianxun Wang
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Sirt5 Deficiency Causes Posttranslational Protein Malonylation and Dysregulated Cellular Metabolism in Chondrocytes Under Obesity Conditions.Obesity accelerates the development of osteoarthritis (OA) during aging and is associated with altered chondrocyte cellular metabolism. Protein lysine malonylation (MaK) is a posttranslational modification (PTM) that has been shown to play an important role during aging and obesity. The objective of this study was to investigate the role of sirtuin 5 (Sirt5) in regulating MaK and cellular metabolism in chondrocytes under obesity-related conditions.
Shouan Zhu, Albert Batushansky, Anita Jopkiewicz, Dawid Makosa, Kenneth M Humphries, Holly Van Remmen, Timothy M Griffin
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#33567774 2021/02/08 To Up
"Cell Membrane Theory of Senescence" and the Role of Bioactive Lipids in Aging, and Aging Associated Diseases and Their Therapeutic Implications.Lipids are an essential constituent of the cell membrane of which polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) are the most important component. Activation of phospholipase A2 (PLA2) induces the release of PUFAs from the cell membrane that form precursors to both pro- and ant-inflammatory bioactive lipids that participate in several cellular processes. PUFAs GLA (gamma-linolenic acid), DGLA (dihomo-GLA), AA (arachidonic acid), EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) are derived from dietary linoleic acid (LA) and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA) by the action of desaturases whose activity declines with age. Consequently, aged cells are deficient in GLA, DGLA, AA, AA, EPA and DHA and their metabolites. LA, ALA, AA, EPA and DHA can also be obtained direct from diet and their deficiency (fatty acids) may indicate malnutrition and deficiency of several minerals, trace elements and vitamins some of which are also much needed co-factors for the normal activity of desaturases. In many instances (patients) the plasma and tissue levels of GLA, DGLA, AA, EPA and DHA are low (as seen in patients with hypertension, type 2 diabetes mellitus) but they do not have deficiency of other nutrients. Hence, it is reasonable to consider that the deficiency of GLA, DGLA, AA, EPA and DHA noted in these conditions are due to the decreased activity of desaturases and elongases. PUFAs stimulate SIRT1 through protein kinase A-dependent activation of SIRT1-PGC1α complex and thus, increase rates of fatty acid oxidation and prevent lipid dysregulation associated with aging. SIRT1 activation prevents aging. Of all the SIRTs, SIRT6 is critical for intermediary metabolism and genomic stability. SIRT6-deficient mice show shortened lifespan, defects in DNA repair and have a high incidence of cancer due to oncogene activation. SIRT6 overexpression lowers LDL and triglyceride level, improves glucose tolerance, and increases lifespan of mice in addition to its anti-inflammatory effects at the transcriptional level. PUFAs and their anti-inflammatory metabolites influence the activity of SIRT6 and other SIRTs and thus, bring about their actions on metabolism, inflammation, and genome maintenance. GLA, DGLA, AA, EPA and DHA and prostaglandin E2 (PGE2), lipoxin A4 (LXA4) (pro- and anti-inflammatory metabolites of AA respectively) activate/suppress various SIRTs (SIRt1 SIRT2, SIRT3, SIRT4, SIRT5, SIRT6), PPAR-γ, PARP, p53, SREBP1, intracellular cAMP content, PKA activity and peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor γ coactivator 1-α (PGC1-α). This implies that changes in the metabolism of bioactive lipids as a result of altered activities of desaturases, COX-2 and 5-, 12-, 15-LOX (cyclo-oxygenase and lipoxygenases respectively) may have a critical role in determining cell age and development of several aging associated diseases and genomic stability and gene and oncogene activation. Thus, methods designed to maintain homeostasis of bioactive lipids (GLA, DGLA, AA, EPA, DHA, PGE2, LXA4) may arrest aging process and associated metabolic abnormalities.
Undurti N Das
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SIRT5 regulates autophagy and apoptosis in gastric cancer cells.Accumulating evidence illustrates that sirtuins (SIRTs) regulate autophagy and apoptosis in cancer cells; however, the role of SIRT5 in gastric cancer (GC) cells remains unknown. In this study, we examined the role of SIRT5 in GC cells.
Wen Gu, Qinyi Qian, Yinkai Xu, Xiaolan Xu, Liping Zhang, Songbing He, Dechun Li2 Pieces/Box
#33516270 2021/01/30 To Up
LncRNA APCDD1L-AS1 induces icotinib resistance by inhibition of EGFR autophagic degradation via the miR-1322/miR-1972/miR-324-3p-SIRT5 axis in lung adenocarcinoma.Epidermal growth factor receptor-tyrosinase kinase inhibitor (EGFR-TKI) resistance is the major obstacle in the treatment of lung adenocarcinoma (LUAD) patients harboring EGFR-sensitive mutations. However, the long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) related to EGFR-TKIs resistance and their functional mechanisms are still largely unknown. This study aimed to investigate the role and regulatory mechanism of lncRNA APCDD1L-AS1 in icotinib resistance of lung cancer.
Jie Wu, Chunlei Zheng, Yizhe Wang, Zichang Yang, Ce Li, Wanxia Fang, Yue Jin, Kezuo Hou, Yang Cheng, Jianfei Qi, Xiujuan Qu, Yunpeng Liu, Xiaofang Che, Xuejun Hu
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#33512761 2021/01/29 To Up
Succinylation of H3K122 destabilizes nucleosomes and enhances transcription.Histone post-translational modifications (PTMs) are key players in chromatin regulation. The identification of novel histone acylations raises important questions regarding their role in transcription. In this study, we characterize the role of an acylation on the lateral surface of the histone octamer, H3K122 succinylation (H3K122succ), in chromatin function and transcription. Using chromatin succinylated at H3K122 in in vitro transcription assays, we show that the presence of H3K122succ is sufficient to stimulate transcription. In line with this, we found in our ChIP assays H3K122succ enriched on promoters of active genes and H3K122succ enrichment scaling with gene expression levels. Furthermore, we show that the co-activators p300/CBP can succinylate H3K122 and identify sirtuin 5 (SIRT5) as a new desuccinylase. By applying single molecule FRET assays, we demonstrate a direct effect of H3K122succ on nucleosome stability, indicating an important role for histone succinylation in modulating chromatin dynamics. Together, these data provide the first insights into the mechanisms underlying transcriptional regulation by H3K122succ.
Lara Zorro Shahidian, Mariska Haas, Stephanie Le Gras, Sandra Nitsch, André Mourão, Arie Geerlof, Raphael Margueron, Jens Michaelis, Sylvain Daujat, Robert Schneider
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#33455080 2021/02/08 To Up
Dysregulation of the Sirt5/IDH2 axis contributes to sunitinib resistance in human renal cancer cells.Sunitinib (Sun), a tyrosine kinase inhibitor of vascular endothelial growth factor receptor, is the standard first-line treatment against advanced clear cell renal cell carcinoma (RCC), but resistance to therapy is inevitable. Reactive oxygen species production is associated with sensitivity to chemotherapy, but the underlying mechanisms are not completely understood. Here, we investigated the mechanisms contributing to Sun resistance using the RCC cell lines ACHN and 786-O. We report that Sun-resistant cells exhibited reduced apoptosis, increased cell viability, increased reactive oxygen species production and disrupted mitochondrial function. Furthermore, chronic Sun treatment resulted in an up-regulation of Sirt5/isocitrate dehydrogenase 2 (IDH2) expression levels. Knockdown of Sirt5/IDH2 impaired mitochondrial function and partially attenuated Sun resistance. Finally, up-regulation of Sirt5 enhanced the expression of IDH2 via modulation of succinylation at K413 and promoted protein stability. In conclusion, dysregulation of Sirt5/IDH2 partially contributes to Sun resistance in RCC cells by affecting antioxidant capacity.
Liang Meng, Deqiang Chen, Gaopei Meng, Li Lu, Chenggang Han
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#33441502 2021/01/14 To Up
Short-term fasting reshapes fat tissue.Intermittent fasting, which can effectively reduce obesity and improve the related metabolic syndrome has become an exciting research area in recent years. Adipose tissue is pivotal in regulating the metabolism and determining the occurrence of obesity. In the current study, we aimed to investigate the effects of acute fasting (AF) on fat tissue. Mice were subjected to AF for 36 h, receiving normal chow (low-fat diet [LFD]) or a high-fat diet (HFD), with free ad libitum access to drinking water, and those fed on free-diet counterparts without fasting serveding as controls. We found that AF obviously reshaped the morphology of fat tissue (WAT) and promoted the beiging of white adipose tissue in both LFD- and HFD-fed mice. AF principally improved the lipid metabolism, and increased the M2- polarization of macrophages in WAT white fat tissue of HFD-fed mice. Interestingly, we found that AF dramatically upregulated Sirt5 expression levels and fat tissue succinylation, suggesting that AF-induced beneficial effects on fat might occur via the regulation of Sirt5 levels and altered succinylation in fatty tissues. Our study clearly showed the remodeling function of adipose tissue during AF; in terms of mechanism, the regulation of succinylation levels by AF might provide new insights into the mechanism(s) underlying the improvement in fat metabolism by energy restriction.
Tuohua Mao, Quanwei Wei, Fang Zhao, Chuanhai Zhang100 μg 0.1 mg 100 μg100 μg100 μg0.1 ml100 μg
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