著作: Lihong Wang/Hayashi Hideki/[岸 和弘]/Huang Luping/Hagi Akifumi/Tamaoka Keisuke/Hawkins T Phillip/[蛯名 洋介]/Gi-mediated translocation of GLUT4 is independent of p85/p110alpha and p110gamma phosphoinositide 3-kinases but might involve the activation of Akt kinase./[The Biochemical Journal]
(英) Gi-mediated translocation of GLUT4 is independent of p85/p110alpha and p110gamma phosphoinositide 3-kinases but might involve the activation of Akt kinase.
(英) Activation of phosphoinositide 3-kinase (PI-3K) is essential for insulin-stimulated translocation of GLUT4 and glucose transport in insulin target tissues. A novel p110gamma PI-3K was reported to be activated by G(i)-coupled receptors via Gbetagamma subunits. We asked whether the stimulation of G(i)-coupled receptors would trigger GLUT4 translocation and glucose uptake by the activation of Gbetagamma-dependent p110gamma PI-3K. We find that this translocation and glucose uptake can be induced by the ligand stimulation of G(i)-coupled alpha(2A) adrenergic receptor and fMet-Leu-Phe receptor in cells stably expressing these receptors. The noradrenaline ('noradrenaline')- and fMet-Leu-Phe-stimulated GLUT4 translocations were abolished by pretreatment with pertussis toxin. Pretreatment with wortmannin or genistein also inhibited the G(i)-mediated GLUT4 translocation. On ligand stimulation of these two kinds of G(i)-coupled receptor, although there was a slight increase in PtdIns(3,4,5)P(3) production, activation of either the p85/p110alpha PI-3K or Gbetagamma-dependent p110gamma PI-3K was not observed even in Chinese hamster ovary cells stably overexpressing exogenous p101/p110gamma. The G(i)-mediated GLUT4 translocation was accompanied by activation of the serine-threonine kinase Akt; the inhibitory effects of pertussis toxin, wortmannin and genistein on G(i)-mediated GLUT4 translocation paralleled their inhibitory effects on Akt activation. In contrast, the activation of some other G(i)-coupled receptors, such as prostaglandin EP3alpha receptor and platelet-activating factor receptor, did not cause either pertussis-toxin-sensitive translocation of GLUT4myc or activation of Akt kinase. These results indicate that the ligand stimulation of some G(i)-coupled receptors triggers GLUT4 translocation that occurs independently of p85/p110alpha-type and p110gamma-type PI-3Ks but might involve the activation of Akt kinase.
The Biochemical Journal([The Biochemical Society])
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