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Sirtuin 1 is a key regulator of the IL-12 p70/IL-23 balance in human dendritic cells (DC)

AuthorsAlvarez, Yolanda ; Rodríguez, Mario ; Municio, Cristina ; Hugo, Etzel; Alonso, Sara ; Ibarrola, Nieves ; Fernández, Nieves ; Sánchez Crespo, Mariano
Issue Date2012
CitationCFCD Annual Meeting (2012)
AbstractStimulation of DC with the fungal surrogate zymosan produces IL-23 and a low amount of IL-12 p70. Trans-repression of il12a transcription, which encodes IL-12 p35 chain, by proteins of the Notch family and lysine deacetylation reactions have been reported as the underlying mechanisms, but this has not been fully addressed. Zymosan induced the association of SIRT1 with the il12a promoter, increased the nuclear concentration of the SIRT1 cosubstrate NAD+, and decreased chromatin accessibility in the nucleosome 1 of il12a. The involvement of deacetylation reactions in the inhibition of il12a transcription was supported by the absence of Ac-K14-histone H3 in DC treated with zymosan upon coimmunoprecipitation of transducin-like enhancer of split. In contrast, we did not obtain evidence of a possible effect of SIRT1 through the deacetylation of c-Rel, the central element of the NF-κB family involved in il12a regulation. These data indicate that an enhancement of SIRT1 activity may reduce the accessibility of c-Rel to the il12a promoter and its transcriptional activation, thus regulating the IL-12 p70/IL-23 balance.
DescriptionResumen del póster presentado al Congreso Anual del Club Francophone des Cellules Dendritiques: "Diversity and Plasticity of DCs" celebrado en Paris (Francia) del 13 al 14 de diciembre de 2012
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