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Título: mTOR inhibition with rapamycin cause impaired insulin signalling and glucose uptake in human subcutaneous and omental adipocytes
Autor: Pereira, Maria J.
Palming, Jenny
Rizell, Magnus
Aureliano, M.
Carvalho, Eugénia
Svensson, Maria K.
Eriksson, Jan W.
Palavras-chave: Rapamycin
Adipocytes
Data: 2012
Editora: Elsevier
Resumo: Rapamycin is an immunosuppressive agent used after organ transplantation, but its molecular effects on glucose metabolism needs further evaluation. We explored rapamycin effects on glucose uptake and insulin signalling proteins in adipocytes obtained via subcutaneous (n = 62) and omental (n = 10) fat biopsies in human donors. At therapeutic concentration (0.01 lM) rapamycin reduced basal and insulin-stimulated glucose uptake by 20–30%, after short-term (15 min) or long-term (20 h) culture of subcutaneous (n = 23 and n = 10) and omental adipocytes (n = 6 and n = 7). Rapamycin reduced PKB Ser473 and AS160 Thr642 phosphorylation, and IRS2 protein levels in subcutaneous adipocytes. Additionally, it reduced mTOR–raptor, mTOR–rictor and mTOR–Sin1 interactions, suggesting decreased mTORC1 and mTORC2 formation. Rapamycin also reduced IR Tyr1146 and IRS1 Ser307/Ser616/Ser636 phosphorylation, whereas no effects were observed on the insulin stimulated IRS1–Tyr and TSC2 Thr1462 phosphorylation. This is the first study to show that rapamycin reduces glucose uptake in human adipocytes through impaired insulin signalling and this may contribute to the development of insulin resistance associated with rapamycin therapy.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.1/1326
ISSN: 0303-7207
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