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Postprandial regulation of hepatic microRNAs predicted to target the insulin pathway in rainbow trout.

Mennigen JA, Panserat S, Larquier M, Plagnes-Juan E, Medale F, Seiliez I, Skiba-Cassy S - PLoS ONE (2012)

Bottom Line: A concurrent increase in the activity of the hepatic insulin signaling pathway and the expression of lipogenic genes (srebp1c, fas, acly) was equally observed, while lipolytic gene expression (cpt1a and cpt1b) decreased significantly 4 h after the meal.This suggests lipogenic roles of omy-miRNA-33 and omy-miRNA-122b may be conserved between rainbow trout and mammals and that these miRNAs may furthermore contribute to acute postprandial regulation of de novo hepatic lipid synthesis in rainbow trout.These findings provide a framework for future research of miRNA regulation of hepatic metabolism in trout and will help to further elucidate the metabolic phenotype of rainbow trout.

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Affiliation: UMR1067 Nutrition, Métabolisme, Aquaculture, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Saint-Pée-sur-Nivelle, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France.

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Rainbow trout are carnivorous fish and poor metabolizers of carbohydrates, which established this species as a model organism to study the comparative physiology of insulin. Following the recent characterisation of key roles of several miRNAs in the insulin action on hepatic intermediary metabolism in mammalian models, we investigated the hypothesis that hepatic miRNA expression is postprandially regulated in the rainbow trout and temporally coordinated in the context of insulin-mediated regulation of metabolic gene expression in the liver. To address this hypothesis, we used a time-course experiment in which rainbow trout were fed a commercial diet after short-term fasting. We investigated hepatic miRNA expression, activation of the insulin pathway, and insulin regulated metabolic target genes at several time points. Several miRNAs which negatively regulate hepatic insulin signaling in mammalian model organisms were transiently increased 4 h after the meal, consistent with a potential role in acute postprandial negative feed-back regulation of the insulin pathway and attenuation of gluconeogenic gene expression. We equally observed a transient increase in omy- miRNA-33 and omy-miRNA-122b 4 h after feeding, whose homologues have potent lipogenic roles in the liver of mammalian model systems. A concurrent increase in the activity of the hepatic insulin signaling pathway and the expression of lipogenic genes (srebp1c, fas, acly) was equally observed, while lipolytic gene expression (cpt1a and cpt1b) decreased significantly 4 h after the meal. This suggests lipogenic roles of omy-miRNA-33 and omy-miRNA-122b may be conserved between rainbow trout and mammals and that these miRNAs may furthermore contribute to acute postprandial regulation of de novo hepatic lipid synthesis in rainbow trout. These findings provide a framework for future research of miRNA regulation of hepatic metabolism in trout and will help to further elucidate the metabolic phenotype of rainbow trout.

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Temporal profile of components of the insulin signaling pathway in rainbow trout, as determined by Western Blot densitometry.Means and S.E. of n = 6 samples per group are shown. Data were analysed using a one-way ANOVA, followed by the Newman-Keuls post-hoc test. Different letters indicate a significant difference at p<0.05.
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pone-0038604-g003: Temporal profile of components of the insulin signaling pathway in rainbow trout, as determined by Western Blot densitometry.Means and S.E. of n = 6 samples per group are shown. Data were analysed using a one-way ANOVA, followed by the Newman-Keuls post-hoc test. Different letters indicate a significant difference at p<0.05.

Mentions: The postprandial phosphorylation status changed for several components of the insulin signaling pathway in the liver (Fig. 3A-E). For the ratio of Akt-p/Akt (df = 6; F = 5.05; p<0.01), a significant elevation in the ratio occurred at 2 h and the ratio returns to basal levels after 8 h (Fig. 3A). The phosphorylation ratio for the Akt target mTOR (df = 6; F = 4.18; p<0.01) increased significantly 2 h and 8 h after refeeding (Fig. 3B). The mTOR targets S6 (through activation of S6K) and 4-EBP1 equally exhibited postprandial changes in phosphorylation status: for the ratio of S6-p/S6 (df = 6; F = 11.60; p<0.01), a significant postprandial increase was observed between 2 h-12 h, with a maximum 4 h after refeeding (Fig. 3C). A significantly elevated ratio of 4EBP1-p/4EBP1 (df = 6; F = 3.6; p<0.01) was equally observed between 2 h and 16 h after refeeding (Fig. 3D). The phosphorylation status of FoxO1 (df = 6; F = 3.27; p<0.05) increased significantly 2 h after refeeding compared to the status in fasted animals. (Fig. 3E).


Postprandial regulation of hepatic microRNAs predicted to target the insulin pathway in rainbow trout.

Mennigen JA, Panserat S, Larquier M, Plagnes-Juan E, Medale F, Seiliez I, Skiba-Cassy S - PLoS ONE (2012)

Temporal profile of components of the insulin signaling pathway in rainbow trout, as determined by Western Blot densitometry.Means and S.E. of n = 6 samples per group are shown. Data were analysed using a one-way ANOVA, followed by the Newman-Keuls post-hoc test. Different letters indicate a significant difference at p<0.05.
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pone-0038604-g003: Temporal profile of components of the insulin signaling pathway in rainbow trout, as determined by Western Blot densitometry.Means and S.E. of n = 6 samples per group are shown. Data were analysed using a one-way ANOVA, followed by the Newman-Keuls post-hoc test. Different letters indicate a significant difference at p<0.05.
Mentions: The postprandial phosphorylation status changed for several components of the insulin signaling pathway in the liver (Fig. 3A-E). For the ratio of Akt-p/Akt (df = 6; F = 5.05; p<0.01), a significant elevation in the ratio occurred at 2 h and the ratio returns to basal levels after 8 h (Fig. 3A). The phosphorylation ratio for the Akt target mTOR (df = 6; F = 4.18; p<0.01) increased significantly 2 h and 8 h after refeeding (Fig. 3B). The mTOR targets S6 (through activation of S6K) and 4-EBP1 equally exhibited postprandial changes in phosphorylation status: for the ratio of S6-p/S6 (df = 6; F = 11.60; p<0.01), a significant postprandial increase was observed between 2 h-12 h, with a maximum 4 h after refeeding (Fig. 3C). A significantly elevated ratio of 4EBP1-p/4EBP1 (df = 6; F = 3.6; p<0.01) was equally observed between 2 h and 16 h after refeeding (Fig. 3D). The phosphorylation status of FoxO1 (df = 6; F = 3.27; p<0.05) increased significantly 2 h after refeeding compared to the status in fasted animals. (Fig. 3E).

Bottom Line: A concurrent increase in the activity of the hepatic insulin signaling pathway and the expression of lipogenic genes (srebp1c, fas, acly) was equally observed, while lipolytic gene expression (cpt1a and cpt1b) decreased significantly 4 h after the meal.This suggests lipogenic roles of omy-miRNA-33 and omy-miRNA-122b may be conserved between rainbow trout and mammals and that these miRNAs may furthermore contribute to acute postprandial regulation of de novo hepatic lipid synthesis in rainbow trout.These findings provide a framework for future research of miRNA regulation of hepatic metabolism in trout and will help to further elucidate the metabolic phenotype of rainbow trout.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: UMR1067 Nutrition, Métabolisme, Aquaculture, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Saint-Pée-sur-Nivelle, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France.

ABSTRACT
Rainbow trout are carnivorous fish and poor metabolizers of carbohydrates, which established this species as a model organism to study the comparative physiology of insulin. Following the recent characterisation of key roles of several miRNAs in the insulin action on hepatic intermediary metabolism in mammalian models, we investigated the hypothesis that hepatic miRNA expression is postprandially regulated in the rainbow trout and temporally coordinated in the context of insulin-mediated regulation of metabolic gene expression in the liver. To address this hypothesis, we used a time-course experiment in which rainbow trout were fed a commercial diet after short-term fasting. We investigated hepatic miRNA expression, activation of the insulin pathway, and insulin regulated metabolic target genes at several time points. Several miRNAs which negatively regulate hepatic insulin signaling in mammalian model organisms were transiently increased 4 h after the meal, consistent with a potential role in acute postprandial negative feed-back regulation of the insulin pathway and attenuation of gluconeogenic gene expression. We equally observed a transient increase in omy- miRNA-33 and omy-miRNA-122b 4 h after feeding, whose homologues have potent lipogenic roles in the liver of mammalian model systems. A concurrent increase in the activity of the hepatic insulin signaling pathway and the expression of lipogenic genes (srebp1c, fas, acly) was equally observed, while lipolytic gene expression (cpt1a and cpt1b) decreased significantly 4 h after the meal. This suggests lipogenic roles of omy-miRNA-33 and omy-miRNA-122b may be conserved between rainbow trout and mammals and that these miRNAs may furthermore contribute to acute postprandial regulation of de novo hepatic lipid synthesis in rainbow trout. These findings provide a framework for future research of miRNA regulation of hepatic metabolism in trout and will help to further elucidate the metabolic phenotype of rainbow trout.

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