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|標題:||AMP-activated protein kinase facilitates avian reovirus to induce mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) p38 and MAPK kinase 3/6 signalling that is beneficial for virus replication||作者:||Ji, W.T.
|關鍵字:||fatty-acid oxidation;sigma-c-protein;glucose-uptake;cultured-cells;in-vivo;phosphorylation;pathway;mtor;interleukin-6;stimulation||Project:||Journal of General Virology||期刊/報告no：:||Journal of General Virology, Volume 90, Page(s) 3002-3009.||摘要:||
Stimulated by energetic stress, AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) controls several cellular functions. It was discovered here that infection of Vero cells with avian reovirus (ARV) upregulated AMPK and mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) p38 phosphorylation in a time- and dose-dependent manner. Being an energy status sensor, AMPK is potentially an upstream regulator of MAPK p38. Treatment with 5-amino-4-imidazolecarboxamide ribose (AICAR), a well-known activator of AMPK, induced phosphorylation of MAPK p38. Unlike AICAR, wortmannin or rapamycin did not induce phosphorylation of MAPK p38, suggesting that mTOR inhibition is not a determining factor in MAPK p38 phosphorylation. Inhibition of AMPK by compound C antagonized the effect of AICAR on MAPK p38 in Vero cells. Specific inhibition of AMPK by small interfering RNA or compound C also suppressed ARV-induced phosphorylation of MAPK kinase (MKK) 3/6 and MAPK p38 in Vero and DF-1 cells, thereby providing a link between AMPK signalling and the MAPK p38 pathway. The mechanism of ARV-enhanced phosphorylation of MKK 3/6 and MAPK p38 in cells was not merely due to glucose deprivation, a probable activator of AMPK. In the current study, direct inhibition of MAPK p38 by SB202190 decreased the level of ARV-induced syncytium formation in Vero and DF-1 cells, and decreased the protein levels of ARV sigma A and sigma C and the progeny titre of ARV, suggesting that activation of MAPK p38 is beneficial for ARV replication. Taken together, these results suggested that AMPK could facilitate MKIK 3/6 and MAPK p38 signalling that is beneficial for ARV replication. Although well studied in energy metabolism, this study provides evidence for the first time that AMPK plays a role in modulating ARV and host-cell interaction.
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