ARACHIDONATE IS A POTENT MODULATOR OF HUMAN HEAT-SHOCK GENE-TRANSCRIPTION

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Publikationens författare: JURIVICH DA, SISTONEN L, SARGE KD, MORIMOTO RI
Förläggare: NATL ACAD SCIENCES
Publiceringsår: 1994
Tidskrift: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Tidskriftsakronym: P NATL ACAD SCI USA
Volym: 91
Nummer: 6
Artikelns första sida, sidnummer: 2280
Artikelns sista sida, sidnummer: 2284
Antal sidor: 5
ISSN: 0027-8424


Abstrakt

Cell and tissue injury activate the inflammatory response through the action(s) of arachidonic acid and its metabolites, leading to the expression of acute-phase proteins and inflammatory cytokines. At the molecular level, little is known how arachidonic acid regulates the inflammatory response. As inflammation is also associated with local increase in tissue temperatures, we examined whether arachidonic acid was directly involved in the heat shock response. Extracellular exposure to arachidonic acid induced heat shock gene transcription in a dose-dependent manner via acquisition of DNA-binding activity and phosphorylation of heat shock factor 1 (HSF1). In addition, exposure of cells to low concentrations of arachidonic acid, which by themselves did not induce HSF1 DNA-binding activity, reduced the temperature threshold for HSF1 activation from elevated temperatures which are not physiologically relevant (>42 degrees C) to temperatures which can be attained during the febrile response (39-40 degrees C). These results indicate that elevated heat shock gene expression is a direct consequence of an arachidonic acid-mediated cellular response.


Nyckelord

HEAT SHOCK TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS, INFLAMMATION, PHOSPHORYLATION

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