alexa Oxidized ATP (oATP) attenuates proinflammatory signaling via P2 receptor-independent mechanisms.
Pharmaceutical Sciences

Pharmaceutical Sciences

Pharmaceutica Analytica Acta

Author(s): Beigi RD, Kertesy SB, Aquilina G, Dubyak GR

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Abstract Periodate-oxidized ATP (oATP), which covalently modifies nucleotide-binding proteins, can significantly attenuate proinflammatory signaling. Although the P2X7 nucleotide receptor (P2X7R) is irreversibly antagonized by oATP, it is unclear whether anti-inflammatory actions of oATP are predominantly mediated via its actions on P2X7R. Here, we describe inhibitory effects of oATP on proinflammatory responses in three human cell types that lack expression of P2X7R: human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVEC), HEK293 cells, and 1321N1 astrocytes. oATP decreased by 40-70\% the secretion of interleukin (IL)-8 stimulated by tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) in all three cell types, by IL-1beta in HUVEC and 1321N1 cells, and by endotoxin in HUVEC. Attenuation of TNF-alpha-stimulated IL-8 secretion by oATP was similar in wild-type HEK cells or HEK cells stably expressing recombinant P2X7R. oATP also attenuated cytokine-stimulated expression of nuclear factor-kappaB-luciferase reporter genes expressed in HEK or 1321N1 cells, but did not affect the rapid downregulation of IkappaB. oATP had no effect on uridine triphosphate-induced activation of native P2Y2 receptors in HEK cells, but reduced the potency and efficacy of ADP as an agonist of native P2Y1 receptors. However, inhibition of P2Y1 receptors with the specific antagonist MRS2216 did not mimic the effects of oATP on TNF-alpha-stimulated IL-8 secretion. Although 1321N1 astrocytes lack expression of any known P2 receptor subtypes, oATP markedly inhibited ecto-ATPase activity in these cells, resulting in a significant accumulation of extracellular ATP. In summary, oATP can attenuate proinflammatory signaling by mechanisms independent of the expression or activation of known P2 receptor subtypes.
This article was published in Br J Pharmacol and referenced in Pharmaceutica Analytica Acta

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