Downregulation of UBE2E2 in rat liver cells after hepatocarcinogen treatment facilitates cell proliferation and slowing down of DNA damage response in GST-P-expressing preneoplastic lesions.

Abstract:

:We previously found downregulation of ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme E2E 2 (UBE2E2) in GST-P-positive (+) proliferative lesions produced by tumor promotion from early hepatocarcinogenesis stages in rats. Here we investigated the role of UBE2E2 downregulation in preneoplastic lesions of the liver and other target organs produced by tumor promotion in rats. Increased number of UBE2E2-related ubiquitination target proteins, phosphorylated c-MYC, KDM4A and KMT5A, was found in the UBE2E2-downregulated GST-P+ foci, compared with GST-P+ foci expressing UBE2E2. However, p21WAF1/CIP1, another UBE2E2 target protein, did not increase in the positive cells. Furthermore, the numbers of PCNA+ cells and γH2AX+ cells were increased in UBE2E2-downregulated foci. These results suggest sustained activation of c-MYC and stabilization of KMT5A to result in c-MYC-mediated transcript upregulation and following KMT5A-mediated protein stabilization of PCNA in GST-P+ foci, as well as KDM4A stabilization resulting in slowing down of DNA damage response in these lesions. Similar results were also observed in GST-P+ foci produced by repeated treatment of rats with a hepatocarcinogen, thioacetamide, for 90days. Hepatocarcinogen treatment for 28 or 90days also increased the numbers of liver cells expressing UBE2E2-related ubiquitination target proteins, as well as PCNA+ or γH2AX+ cells. Conversely, UBE2E2 downregulation was lacking in PPARα agonist-induced hepatocarcinogenesis, as well as in carcinogenic processes targeting other organs, suggestive of the loss of UBE2E2-related ubiquitination limited to hepatocarcinogenesis producing GST-P+ proliferative lesions. Our results suggest that repeated hepatocarcinogen treatment of rats causes stabilization of UBE2E2-related ubiquitination target proteins in liver cells to promote carcinogenesis.

journal_name

Toxicol Appl Pharmacol

authors

Mizukami S,Watanabe Y,Saegusa Y,Nakajima K,Ito Y,Masubuchi Y,Yoshida T,Shibutani M

doi

10.1016/j.taap.2017.09.005

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2017-11-01 00:00:00

pages

207-216

eissn

0041-008X

issn

1096-0333

pii

S0041-008X(17)30377-0

journal_volume

334

pub_type

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