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Identification of a novel circadian clock modulator controlling BMAL1 expression through a ROR/REV-ERB-response element-dependent mechanism
- Identification of a novel circadian clock modulator controlling BMAL1 expression through a ROR/REV-ERB-response element-dependent mechanism
- Lee, J[Lee, Jiyeon]; Lee, S[Lee, Seungbeom]; Chung, S[Chung, Sooyoung]; Park, N[Park, Noheon]; Son, GH[Son, Gi Hoon]; An, H[An, Hongchan]; Jang, J[Jang, Jaebong]; Chang, DJ[Chang, Dong-Jo]; Suh, YG[Suh, Young-Ger]; Kim, K[Kim, Kyungjin]
- DGIST Authors
- Lee, J[Lee, Jiyeon]; Kim, K[Kim, Kyungjin]
- Issue Date
- Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 469(3), 580-586
- Article Type
- 3T3 Cell Line; Animal; Animal Cell; Animals; ARNTL Protein, Mouse; ARNTL Transcription Factors; Bioluminescence; Brain-Muscle-Arnt-Like Protein 1; Circadian Clock; Circadian Clocks; Circadian Rhythm; Citrate Synthase; Controlled Study; DNA Responsive Element; Enhancer Region; Enzyme Activity; Feedback System; Feedback, Physiological; Gene Expression; Gene Expression Regulation; Genetics; Glycogen Synthase Kinase-3Beta; Hep G2 Cell Line; Mice; Mouse; Non-Human; NR1D1 Protein, Mouse; Nuclear Receptor NR1D1; Nuclear Receptor Subfamily 1, Group D, Member 1; PER2 Protein; Physiology; Priority Journal; Promoter Region; Promoter Regions, Genetic; Protein; Protein Expression; Protein Function; Protein Phosphorylation; Response Elements; Rev-Erb Alpha; Rev Protein; ROR Response Element Protein; ROR/REV-ERB-Response Element; Site Directed Mutagenesis; Small Molecule; Thyroid Hormone Receptor; Transcription Factor ARNTL; Unclassified Drug
- Circadian rhythms, biological oscillations with a period of about 24 h, are maintained by an innate genetically determined time-keeping system called the molecular circadian clockwork. Despite the physiological and clinical importance of the circadian clock, development of small molecule modulators targeting the core clock machinery has only recently been initiated. BMAL1, a core clock gene, is controlled by a ROR/REV-ERB-response element (RORE)-dependent mechanism, which plays an important role in stabilizing the period of the molecular circadian clock. Therefore, we aimed to identify a novel small molecule modulator that regulates Bmal1 gene expression in RORE-dependency, thereby influencing the molecular feedback loop of the circadian clock. For this purpose, we carried out a cell-based screen of more than 1000 drug-like compounds, using a luciferase reporter driven by the proximal region of the mouse Bmal1 promoter. One compound, designated KK-S6, repressed the RORE-dependent transcriptional activity of the mBmal1 promoter and reduced endogenous BMAL1 protein expression. More importantly, KK-S6 significantly altered the amplitude of circadian oscillations of Bmal1 and Per2 promoter activities in a dose-dependent manner, but barely affected the period length. KK-S6 effectively decreased mRNA expression of metabolic genes acting downstream of REV-ERBα, Pai-1 and Citrate synthase, that contain RORE cis-element in their promoter. KK-S6 likely acts in a RORE-dependent manner by reinforcing the REV-ERBα activity, though not by the same mechanism as known REV-ERB agonists. In conclusion, the present study demonstrates that KK-S6 functions as a novel modulator of the amplitude of molecular circadian rhythms by influencing RORE-mediated BMAL1 expression. © 2015 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Inc.
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