Cellular cholesterol modifies flow-mediated gene expression

American Journal of Physiology. Renal Physiology
Robert L RepettiRajeev Rohatgi

Abstract

Downregulation of heme oxygenase-1 (HO-1), cyclooxygenase-2 (COX2), and nitric oxide synthase-2 (NOS2) in the kidneys of Dahl rodents causes salt sensitivity, while restoring their expression aids in Na+ excretion and blood pressure reduction. Loading cholesterol into collecting duct (CD) cells represses fluid shear stress (FSS)-mediated COX2 activity. Thus, we hypothesized that cholesterol represses flow-responsive genes necessary to effectuate Na+ excretion. To this end, CD cells were used to test whether FSS induces these genes and if cholesterol loading represses them. Mice fed either 0% or 1% cholesterol diet were injected with saline, urine volume and electrolytes were measured, and renal gene expression determined. FSS-exposed CD cells demonstrated increases in HO-1 mRNA by 350-fold, COX2 by 25-fold, and NOS2 by 8-fold in sheared cells compared with static cells (P < 0.01). Immunoblot analysis of sheared cells showed increases in HO-1, COX2, and NOS2 protein, whereas conditioned media contained more HO-1 and PGE2 than static cells. Cholesterol loading repressed the sheared mediated protein abundance of HO-1 and NOS2 as well as HO-1 and PGE2 concentrations in media. In cholesterol-fed mice, urine volume was less at 6 h af...Continue Reading

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