Time- and dose dependent actions of cardiotonic steroids on transcriptome and intracellular content of Na + and K +: A comparative analysis

Elizaveta A. Klimanova, Artem M. Tverskoi, Svetlana V. Koltsova, Svetlana V. Sidorenko, Olga D. Lopina, Johanne Tremblay, Pavel Hamet, Leonid V. Kapilevich, Sergei N. Orlov

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Abstract

Recent studies demonstrated that in addition to Na +,K + -ATPase inhibition cardiotonic steroids (CTSs) affect diverse intracellular signaling pathways. This study examines the relative impact of [Na + ] i /[K + ] i -mediated and -independent signaling in transcriptomic changes triggered by the endogenous CTSs ouabain and marinobufagenin (MBG) in human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVEC). We noted that prolongation of incubation increased the apparent affinity for ouabain estimated by the loss of [K + ] i and gain of [Na + ] i. Six hour exposure of HUVEC to 100 and 3,000 nM ouabain resulted in elevation of the [Na + ] i /[K + ] i ratio by ∼15 and 80-fold and differential expression of 258 and 2185 transcripts, respectively. Neither [Na + ] i /[K + ] i ratio nor transcriptome were affected by 6-h incubation with 30 nM ouabain. The 96-h incubation with 3 nM ouabain or 30 nM MBG elevated the [Na + ] i /[K + ] i ratio by ∼14 and 3-fold and led to differential expression of 880 and 484 transcripts, respectively. These parameters were not changed after 96-h incubation with 1 nM ouabain or 10 nM MBG. Thus, our results demonstrate that elevation of the [Na + ] i /[K + ] i ratio is an obligatory step for transcriptomic changes evoked by CTS in HUVEC. The molecular origin of upstream [Na + ] i /[K + ] i sensors involved in transcription regulation should be identified in forthcoming studies.

Original languageEnglish
Article number45403
JournalScientific Reports
Volume7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 27 Mar 2017

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