Blockade of rapid versus prolonged extracellularly regulated kinase 1/2 activation has differential effects on insulin-induced gene expression

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Abstract

  • In the present work, insulin's regulation of expression of activating transcription factor 3 (ATF-3), the putative transcription factor proline-rich induced protein (Pip)92, and insulin-inducible gene-1 (Insig-1) (an ER resident protein involved in regulation of sterol-responsive element-binding protein 1 activation) have been examined in a liver-derived cell line (rat H4IIE hepatoma cells). We report that: 1) insulin-induced transcription of ATF-3, Pip92, and Insig-1 required MEK-ERK activation; 2) insulin-induced transcription of ATF-3 and Pip92 reached maximum levels within 15 min and was blocked by wortmannin but not LY294002; 3) in contrast, the maximum level of insulin-induced transcription of Insig-1 was delayed and was not blocked by either wortmannin or LY294002; 4) insulin activated ERK1/2 in two distinct phases, a rapid peak and a later plateau; 5) the delayed plateau phase of insulin-induced ERK1/2 activation was partially phosphatidylinositol 3-OH-kinase dependent; and 6) however, the rapid, insulin-induced peak of ERK1/2 activation was blocked by wortmannin but not LY294002. Copyright © 2005 by The Endocrine Society.
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  • Endocrinology  Journal
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    Author List

  • Keeton AB; Bortoff KD; Franklin JL; Messina JL
  • Start Page

  • 2716
  • End Page

  • 2725
  • Volume

  • 146
  • Issue

  • 6