Modulation of α2C adrenergic receptor temperature-sensitive trafficking by HSP90
BBA - Molecular Cell Research , Volume 1813 - Issue 2 p. 346- 357
Decreasing the temperature to 30°C is accompanied by significant enhancement of α2C-AR plasma membrane levels in several cell lines with fibroblast phenotype, as demonstrated by radioligand binding in intact cells. No changes were observed on the effects of low-temperature after blocking receptor internalization in α2C-AR transfected HEK293T cells. In contrast, two pharmacological chaperones, dimethyl sulfoxide and glycerol, increased the cell surface receptor levels at 37°C, but not at 30°C. Further, at 37°C α2C-AR is co-localized with endoplasmic reticulum markers, but not with the lysosomal markers. Treatment with three distinct HSP90 inhibitors, radicicol, macbecin and 17-DMAG significantly enhanced α2C-AR cell surface levels at 37°C, but these inhibitors had no effect at 30°C. Similar results were obtained after decreasing the HSP90 cellular levels using specific siRNA. Co-immunoprecipitation experiments demonstrated that α2C-AR interacts with HSP90 and this interaction is decreased at 30°C. The contractile response to endogenous α2C-AR stimulation in rat tail artery was also enhanced at reduced temperature. Similar to HEK293T cells, HSP90 inhibition increased the α2C-AR contractile effects only at 37°C. Moreover, exposure to low-temperature of vascular smooth muscle cells from rat tail artery decreased the cellular levels of HSP90, but did not change HSP70 levels. These data demonstrate that exposure to low-temperature augments the α2C-AR transport to the plasma membrane by releasing the inhibitory activity of HSP90 on the receptor traffic, findings which may have clinical relevance for the diagnostic and treatment of Raynaud Phenomenon.
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Filipeanu, C.M, de Vries, R, Danser, A.H.J, & Kapusta, D.R. (2011). Modulation of α2C adrenergic receptor temperature-sensitive trafficking by HSP90. BBA - Molecular Cell Research, 1813(2), 346–357. doi:10.1016/j.bbamcr.2010.11.020