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|Titolo:||Naringenin modulates skeletal muscle differentiation via estrogen receptor a and b signal pathway regulation|
|Autori interni:||PALLOTTINI, Valentina|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Rivista:||GENES AND NUTRITION|
|Abstract:||Several experiments sustain healthful benefits of the flavanone naringenin (Nar) against chronic diseases including its protective effects against estrogen-related cancers. These experiments encourage Nar use in replacing estrogen treatment in post-menopausal women avoiding the serious side effects ascribed to this hormone. However, at the present, scarce data are available on the impact of Nar on E2-regulated cell functions. This study was aimed at determining the impact of Nar on the estrogen receptor (ERa and b)-dependent signals important for 17b-estradiol (E2) effect in muscle cells (rat L6 myoblasts, mouse C2C12 myoblasts, and mouse skeletal muscle satellite cells). Dietary relevant concentration of Nar delays the appearance of skeletal muscle differentiation markers (i.e., GLUT4 translocation, myogenin, and both fetal and slow MHC isoforms) and impairs E2 effects specifically hampering ERa ability to activate AKT. Intriguingly, Nar effects are specific for E2-initiating signals because IGF-Iinduced AKT activation, and myoblast differentiation markers were not affected by Nar treatment. Only 7 days after Nar stimulation, early myoblast differentiation markers (i.e., myogenin, and fetal MHC) start to be accumulated in myoblasts. On the other hand, Nar stimulation activates, via ERb, the phosphorylation of p38/MAPK involved in reducing the reactive oxygen species formation in skeletal muscle cells. As a whole, data reported here strongly sustain that although Nar action mechanisms include the impairment of ERa signals which drive muscle cells to differentiation, the effects triggered by Nar in the presence of ERb could balance this negative effect avoiding the toxic effects produced by oxidative stress.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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