TP53inp1 Gene Is Implicated in Early Radiation Response in Human Fibroblast Cells
AbstractTumor protein 53-induced nuclear protein-1 (TP53inp1) is expressed by activation via p53 and p73. The purpose of our study was to investigate the role of TP53inp1 in response of fibroblasts to ionizing radiation. γ-Ray radiation dose-dependently induces the expression of TP53inp1 in human immortalized fibroblast (F11hT) cells. Stable silencing of TP53inp1 was done via lentiviral transfection of shRNA in F11hT cells. After irradiation the clonogenic survival of TP53inp1 knockdown (F11hT-shTP) cells was compared to cells transfected with non-targeting (NT) shRNA. Radiation-induced senescence was measured by SA-β-Gal staining and autophagy was detected by Acridine Orange dye and microtubule-associated protein-1 light chain 3 (LC3B) immunostaining. The expression of TP53inp1, GDF-15, and CDKN1A and alterations in radiation induced mitochondrial DNA deletions were evaluated by qPCR. TP53inp1 was required for radiation (IR) induced maximal elevation of CDKN1A and GDF-15 expressions. Mitochondrial DNA deletions were increased and autophagy was deregulated following irradiation in the absence of TP53inp1. Finally, we showed that silencing of TP53inp1 enhances the radiation sensitivity of fibroblast cells. These data suggest functional roles for TP53inp1 in radiation-induced autophagy and survival. Taken together, we suppose that silencing of TP53inp1 leads radiation induced autophagy impairment and induces accumulation of damaged mitochondria in primary human fibroblasts. View Full-Text
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Sándor, N.; Schilling-Tóth, B.; Kis, E.; Fodor, L.; Mucsányi, F.; Sáfrány, G.; Hegyesi, H. TP53inp1 Gene Is Implicated in Early Radiation Response in Human Fibroblast Cells. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2015, 16, 25450-25465.
Sándor N, Schilling-Tóth B, Kis E, Fodor L, Mucsányi F, Sáfrány G, Hegyesi H. TP53inp1 Gene Is Implicated in Early Radiation Response in Human Fibroblast Cells. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2015; 16(10):25450-25465.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sándor, Nikolett; Schilling-Tóth, Boglárka; Kis, Enikő; Fodor, Lili; Mucsányi, Fruzsina; Sáfrány, Géza; Hegyesi, Hargita. 2015. "TP53inp1 Gene Is Implicated in Early Radiation Response in Human Fibroblast Cells." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 16, no. 10: 25450-25465.