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CD36 signaling inhibits the translation of heat shock protein 70 induced by oxidized low density lipoprotein through activation of peroxisome proliferators-activated receptor γ

Title
CD36 signaling inhibits the translation of heat shock protein 70 induced by oxidized low density lipoprotein through activation of peroxisome proliferators-activated receptor γ
Authors
Lee K.-J.Ha E.-S.Kim M.-K.Lee S.-H.Jae S.S.Kyeong H.P.Jeong H.P.Dae J.K.Kang D.Kim B.-C.Jeoung D.Kim Y.-K.Kim H.-D.Hahn J.-H.
Ewha Authors
강동민
SCOPUS Author ID
강동민scopus
Issue Date
2008
Journal Title
Experimental and Molecular Medicine
ISSN
1226-3613JCR Link
Citation
vol. 40, no. 6, pp. 658 - 668
Indexed
SCI; SCIE; SCOPUS; KCI WOS scopus
Abstract
Oxidized LDL (OxLDL), a causal factor in atherosclerosis, induces the expression of heat shock proteins (Hsp) in a variety of cells. In this study, we investigated the role of CD36, an OxLDL receptor, and peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor γ (PPARγ) in OxLDL-induced Hsp70 expression. Overexpression of dominant-negative forms of CD36 or knockdown of CD36 by siRNA transfection increased OxLDL-induced Hsp70 protein expression in human monocytic U937 cells, suggesting that CD36 signaling inhibits Hsp70 expression. Similar results were obtained by the inhibition of PPARγ activity or knockdown of PPARγ expression. In contrast, overexpression of CD36, which is induced by treatment of MCF-7 cells with troglitazone, decreased Hsp70 protein expression induced by OxLDL. Interestingly, activation of PPARγ through a synthetic ligand, ciglitazone or troglitazone, decreased the expression levels of Hsp70 protein in OxLDL-treated U937 cells. However, major changes in Hsp70 mRNA levels were not observed. Cycloheximide studies demonstrate that troglitazone attenuates Hsp70 translation but not Hsp70 protein stability. PPARγ siRNA transfection reversed the inhibitory effects of troglitazone on Hsp70 translation. These results suggest that CD36 signaling may inhibit stress-induced gene expression by suppressing translation via activation of PPARγ in monocytes. These findings reveal a new molecular basis for the anti-inflammatory effects of PPARγ.
DOI
10.3858/emm.2008.40.6.658
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