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Titolo:
NITRIC-OXIDE AND PEROXYNITRITE-DEPENDENT ACONITASE INACTIVATION AND IRON-REGULATORY PROTEIN-1 ACTIVATION IN MAMMALIAN FIBROBLASTS
Autore:
CASTRO LA; ROBALINHO RL; CAYOTA A; MENEGHINI R; RADI R;
Indirizzi:
UNIV REPUBLICA,FAC MED,DEPT BIOQUIM,AV GRAL FLORES 2125 MONTEVIDEO 11800 URUGUAY UNIV REPUBLICA,FAC MED,DEPT BASICO MED MONTEVIDEO 11800 URUGUAY UNIV SAO PAULO,INST QUIM,DEPT BIOQUIM BR-01498 SAO PAULO BRAZIL
Titolo Testata:
Archives of biochemistry and biophysics (Print)
fascicolo: 2, volume: 359, anno: 1998,
pagine: 215 - 224
SICI:
0003-9861(1998)359:2<215:NAPAIA>2.0.ZU;2-2
Fonte:
ISI
Lingua:
ENG
Soggetto:
ELEMENT-BINDING-PROTEIN; RESPONSIVE ELEMENT; OXIDATIVE STRESS; MESSENGER-RNA; CYTOSOLIC ACONITASE; ESCHERICHIA-COLI; CARBON-DIOXIDE; SUPEROXIDE; CLUSTER; MACROPHAGES;
Keywords:
ACONITASE; IRP-1; PEROXYNITRITE; NITRIC OXIDE; SUPEROXIDE; GLUTATHIONE;
Tipo documento:
Article
Natura:
Periodico
Settore Disciplinare:
Science Citation Index Expanded
Science Citation Index Expanded
Citazioni:
71
Recensione:
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Citazione:
L.A. Castro et al., "NITRIC-OXIDE AND PEROXYNITRITE-DEPENDENT ACONITASE INACTIVATION AND IRON-REGULATORY PROTEIN-1 ACTIVATION IN MAMMALIAN FIBROBLASTS", Archives of biochemistry and biophysics (Print), 359(2), 1998, pp. 215-224

Abstract

The reaction of reactive oxygen and nitrogen species with the [4Fe-4S](2+) cluster of mitochondrial (m-) and cytosolic (c-) aconitases leads to loss of catalytic activity and, in the case of the c-aconitase, triggers total cluster disruption to yield the iron-regulatory protein-1 (IRP-1). Herein we have studied the relative contribution and interplay of reactive oxygen species (O-2(radical anion) and H2O2), nitric oxide ((NO)-N-.), and peroxynitrite in the modulation of m- and c-aconitase and IRP-1 activities in V79-M8 mammalian fibroblasts, identifyingkey variables that control the various reactivities at the cellular level. Extracellular production of H2O2 led to inactivation of both m- and c-aconitase and IRP-1 activation, while extracellular O-2(radical anion) had no effect. However, increased intracellular production of OH caused a loss in m- and c-aconitase activity and IRP-1 activation. Nitric oxide released from NOC-12 had a more complex effect on aconitase and IRP-1 activities. Mitochondrial aconitase was more sensitive than c-aconitase to (NO)-N-.-mediated inactivation and minimal activationof IRP-1 was observed during a 30-min exposure to the (NO)-N-. donor. The action of (NO)-N-. was down- or upregulated by the presence of extra- or intracelular O-2(radical anion), respectively. Extracellular O-2(radical anion) decreased the (NO)-N-.-mediated inactivation of aconitases, due to the preferential extracellular decomposition and the lower diffusivity of peroxynitrite compared to (NO)-N-.. On the other hand,(NO)-N-. exposure concomitant with enhanced intracellular O-2(radical anion), fluxes lead to intracellular peroxynitrite formation as evidenced by Western blot analysis of nitrated proteins, which increased the effects observed with (NO)-N-. alone. Peroxynitrite-mediated aconitase inactivation, IRP-1 activation, and cellular protein nitration were more pronounced in cells with low GSH content such as V79-M8 glutathione-depleted cells as well as in pGSOD4 cells which contain 32% of the GSH of the parental strain. Mechanistically, our results imply thatthe differential actions of the studied reactive species toward cellular aconitases depend on at least three critical factors: (i) their reaction rates with aconitases, (ii) the cellular compartment where theyare formed, and (iii) the intracellular status of glutathione. (C) 1998 Academic Press.

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