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Journal Articles American Journal of Physiology. Endocrinology Metabolism and Gastrointestinal Physiology Year : 2020

The inducible β5i proteasome subunit contributes to proinsulin degradation in GRP94 deficient β cells and is overexpressed in type 2 diabetes pancreatic islets

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Muhammad Saad Khilji
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Sophie Emilie Bresson
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Danielle Verstappen
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Celina Pihl
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Jette Bach Agergaard
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Tina Dahlby
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Tenna Holgersen Bryde
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Kristian Klindt
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Christian Kronborg Nielsen
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Anna Walentinsson
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Bjørn Tyrberg
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Sarah J. Richardson
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Noel G. Morgan
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Thomas Mandrup-Poulsen
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Michal Tomasz Marzec
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Abstract

Proinsulin is a misfolding-prone protein and its efficient breakdown is critical, when b-cells are confronted with high insulin biosynthetic demands, to prevent endoplasmic reticulum stress, a key trigger of secretory dysfunction and, if uncompensated, apoptosis. Proinsulin degradation is thought to be performed by the constitutively expressed standard proteasome, while the roles of other proteasomes are unknown. We recently demonstrated that deficiency of the proinsulin chaperone GRP94 causes impaired proinsulin-handling and defective insulin-secretion associated with a compensated endoplasmic reticulum stress-response. Taking advantage of this model of restricted folding-capacity, we investigated the role of different proteasomes in proinsulin degradation, reasoning that insulin secretory dynamics require an inducible protein degradation-system. We show that expression of only one enzymatically active proteasome subunit, namely the inducible β5i-subunit, was increased in GRP94 CRISPR/Cas9 KO cells. Additionally, the level of β5i containing intermediate proteasomes was significantly increased in these cells, as was β5i-related chymotrypsin-like activity. Moreover, proinsulin levels were restored in GRP94 KO upon β5i siRNA-mediated knock down. Finally, the fraction of β-cells expressing β5i subunit is increased in human islets from type 2 diabetes patients. We conclude that β5i is an inducible proteasome subunit dedicated to the degradation of mishandled proinsulin.
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hal-03019431 , version 1 (23-03-2021)

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Muhammad Saad Khilji, Sophie Emilie Bresson, Danielle Verstappen, Celina Pihl, Phillip Alexander Keller Andersen, et al.. The inducible β5i proteasome subunit contributes to proinsulin degradation in GRP94 deficient β cells and is overexpressed in type 2 diabetes pancreatic islets. American Journal of Physiology. Endocrinology Metabolism and Gastrointestinal Physiology, 2020, 318 (6), pp.e892-e900. ⟨10.1152/ajpendo.00372.2019⟩. ⟨hal-03019431⟩
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