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Crucial role for LKB1 to AMPKalpha2 axis in the regulation of CD36-mediated long-chain fatty acid uptake into cardiomyocytes

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Crucial role for LKB1 to AMPKalpha2 axis in the regulation of CD36-mediated long-chain fatty acid uptake into cardiomyocytes. / Habets, Daphna D. J.; Coumans, Will A.; El Hasnaoui, Mohammed; Zarrinpashneh, Elham; Bertrand, Luc; Viollet, Benoit; Kiens, Bente; Jensen, Thomas Elbenhardt; Richter, Erik A.; Bonen, Arend; Glatz, Jan F. C.; Luiken, Joost J. F. P.

I: BBA General Subjects, Bind 1791, Nr. 3, 2009, s. 212-219.

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Habets, DDJ, Coumans, WA, El Hasnaoui, M, Zarrinpashneh, E, Bertrand, L, Viollet, B, Kiens, B, Jensen, TE, Richter, EA, Bonen, A, Glatz, JFC & Luiken, JJFP 2009, 'Crucial role for LKB1 to AMPKalpha2 axis in the regulation of CD36-mediated long-chain fatty acid uptake into cardiomyocytes', BBA General Subjects, bind 1791, nr. 3, s. 212-219. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbalip.2008.12.009

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Habets, D. D. J., Coumans, W. A., El Hasnaoui, M., Zarrinpashneh, E., Bertrand, L., Viollet, B., Kiens, B., Jensen, T. E., Richter, E. A., Bonen, A., Glatz, J. F. C., & Luiken, J. J. F. P. (2009). Crucial role for LKB1 to AMPKalpha2 axis in the regulation of CD36-mediated long-chain fatty acid uptake into cardiomyocytes. BBA General Subjects, 1791(3), 212-219. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbalip.2008.12.009

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Habets DDJ, Coumans WA, El Hasnaoui M, Zarrinpashneh E, Bertrand L, Viollet B o.a. Crucial role for LKB1 to AMPKalpha2 axis in the regulation of CD36-mediated long-chain fatty acid uptake into cardiomyocytes. BBA General Subjects. 2009;1791(3):212-219. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbalip.2008.12.009

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Habets, Daphna D. J. ; Coumans, Will A. ; El Hasnaoui, Mohammed ; Zarrinpashneh, Elham ; Bertrand, Luc ; Viollet, Benoit ; Kiens, Bente ; Jensen, Thomas Elbenhardt ; Richter, Erik A. ; Bonen, Arend ; Glatz, Jan F. C. ; Luiken, Joost J. F. P. / Crucial role for LKB1 to AMPKalpha2 axis in the regulation of CD36-mediated long-chain fatty acid uptake into cardiomyocytes. I: BBA General Subjects. 2009 ; Bind 1791, Nr. 3. s. 212-219.

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title = "Crucial role for LKB1 to AMPKalpha2 axis in the regulation of CD36-mediated long-chain fatty acid uptake into cardiomyocytes",
abstract = "Enhanced contractile activity increases cardiac long-chain fatty acid (LCFA) uptake via translocation of CD36 to the sarcolemma, similarly to increase in glucose uptake via GLUT4 translocation. AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) is assumed to mediate contraction-induced LCFA utilization. However, which catalytic isoform (AMPKalpha1 versus AMPKalpha2) is involved, is unknown. Furthermore, no studies have been performed on the role of LKB1, a kinase with AMPKK activity, on the regulation of cardiac LCFA utilization. Using different mouse models (AMPKalpha2-kinase-dead, AMPKalpha2-knockout and LKB1-knockout mice), we tested whether LKB1 and/or AMPK are required for stimulation of LCFA and glucose utilization upon treatment of cardiomyocytes with compounds (oligomycin/AICAR/dipyridamole) which induce CD36 translocation similar to that seen upon contraction. In AMPKalpha2 kinase-dead cardiomyocytes, the stimulating effects of oligomycin and AICAR on palmitate and deoxyglucose uptake and palmitate oxidation were almost completely lost. Moreover, in AMPKalpha2- and LKB1-knockout cardiomyocytes, oligomycin-induced LCFA and deoxyglucose uptake were completely abolished. However, the stimulatory effect of dipyridamole on palmitate uptake and oxidation was preserved in AMPKalpha2-kinase-dead cardiomyocytes. In conclusion, in the heart there is a signaling axis consisting of LKB1 and AMPKalpha2 which activation results in enhanced LCFA utilization, similarly to enhanced glucose uptake. In addition, an unknown dipyridamole-activated pathway can stimulate cardiac LCFA utilization by activating signaling components downstream of AMPK.",
author = "Habets, {Daphna D. J.} and Coumans, {Will A.} and {El Hasnaoui}, Mohammed and Elham Zarrinpashneh and Luc Bertrand and Benoit Viollet and Bente Kiens and Jensen, {Thomas Elbenhardt} and Richter, {Erik A.} and Arend Bonen and Glatz, {Jan F. C.} and Luiken, {Joost J. F. P.}",
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T1 - Crucial role for LKB1 to AMPKalpha2 axis in the regulation of CD36-mediated long-chain fatty acid uptake into cardiomyocytes

AU - Habets, Daphna D. J.

AU - Coumans, Will A.

AU - El Hasnaoui, Mohammed

AU - Zarrinpashneh, Elham

AU - Bertrand, Luc

AU - Viollet, Benoit

AU - Kiens, Bente

AU - Jensen, Thomas Elbenhardt

AU - Richter, Erik A.

AU - Bonen, Arend

AU - Glatz, Jan F. C.

AU - Luiken, Joost J. F. P.

N1 - CURIS 2009 5200 034

PY - 2009

Y1 - 2009

N2 - Enhanced contractile activity increases cardiac long-chain fatty acid (LCFA) uptake via translocation of CD36 to the sarcolemma, similarly to increase in glucose uptake via GLUT4 translocation. AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) is assumed to mediate contraction-induced LCFA utilization. However, which catalytic isoform (AMPKalpha1 versus AMPKalpha2) is involved, is unknown. Furthermore, no studies have been performed on the role of LKB1, a kinase with AMPKK activity, on the regulation of cardiac LCFA utilization. Using different mouse models (AMPKalpha2-kinase-dead, AMPKalpha2-knockout and LKB1-knockout mice), we tested whether LKB1 and/or AMPK are required for stimulation of LCFA and glucose utilization upon treatment of cardiomyocytes with compounds (oligomycin/AICAR/dipyridamole) which induce CD36 translocation similar to that seen upon contraction. In AMPKalpha2 kinase-dead cardiomyocytes, the stimulating effects of oligomycin and AICAR on palmitate and deoxyglucose uptake and palmitate oxidation were almost completely lost. Moreover, in AMPKalpha2- and LKB1-knockout cardiomyocytes, oligomycin-induced LCFA and deoxyglucose uptake were completely abolished. However, the stimulatory effect of dipyridamole on palmitate uptake and oxidation was preserved in AMPKalpha2-kinase-dead cardiomyocytes. In conclusion, in the heart there is a signaling axis consisting of LKB1 and AMPKalpha2 which activation results in enhanced LCFA utilization, similarly to enhanced glucose uptake. In addition, an unknown dipyridamole-activated pathway can stimulate cardiac LCFA utilization by activating signaling components downstream of AMPK.

AB - Enhanced contractile activity increases cardiac long-chain fatty acid (LCFA) uptake via translocation of CD36 to the sarcolemma, similarly to increase in glucose uptake via GLUT4 translocation. AMP-activated protein kinase (AMPK) is assumed to mediate contraction-induced LCFA utilization. However, which catalytic isoform (AMPKalpha1 versus AMPKalpha2) is involved, is unknown. Furthermore, no studies have been performed on the role of LKB1, a kinase with AMPKK activity, on the regulation of cardiac LCFA utilization. Using different mouse models (AMPKalpha2-kinase-dead, AMPKalpha2-knockout and LKB1-knockout mice), we tested whether LKB1 and/or AMPK are required for stimulation of LCFA and glucose utilization upon treatment of cardiomyocytes with compounds (oligomycin/AICAR/dipyridamole) which induce CD36 translocation similar to that seen upon contraction. In AMPKalpha2 kinase-dead cardiomyocytes, the stimulating effects of oligomycin and AICAR on palmitate and deoxyglucose uptake and palmitate oxidation were almost completely lost. Moreover, in AMPKalpha2- and LKB1-knockout cardiomyocytes, oligomycin-induced LCFA and deoxyglucose uptake were completely abolished. However, the stimulatory effect of dipyridamole on palmitate uptake and oxidation was preserved in AMPKalpha2-kinase-dead cardiomyocytes. In conclusion, in the heart there is a signaling axis consisting of LKB1 and AMPKalpha2 which activation results in enhanced LCFA utilization, similarly to enhanced glucose uptake. In addition, an unknown dipyridamole-activated pathway can stimulate cardiac LCFA utilization by activating signaling components downstream of AMPK.

U2 - 10.1016/j.bbalip.2008.12.009

DO - 10.1016/j.bbalip.2008.12.009

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 19159696

VL - 1791

SP - 212

EP - 219

JO - B B A - General Subjects

JF - B B A - General Subjects

SN - 0304-4165

IS - 3

ER -

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