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Statins induce insulin-degrading enzyme secretion from astrocytes via an autophagy-based unconventional secretory pathway
|dc.contributor.author||Son, Sung Min||-|
|dc.identifier.citation||Molecular Neurodegeneration, 10(1):56||ko_KR|
Insulin degrading enzyme (IDE) is a major protease of amyloid beta peptide (Aβ), a prominent toxic protein in Alzheimers disease (AD) pathogenesis. Previous studies suggested that statins promote IDE secretion; however, the underlying mechanism is unknown, as IDE has no signal sequence.
In this study, we found that simvastatin (0.2 μM for 12 h) induced the degradation of extracellular Aβ40, which depended on IDE secretion from primary astrocytes. In addition, simvastatin increased IDE secretion from astrocytes in a time- and dose-dependent manner. Moreover, simvastatin-mediated IDE secretion was mediated by an autophagy-based unconventional secretory pathway, and autophagic flux regulated simvastatin-mediated IDE secretion. Finally, simvastatin activated autophagy via the LKB1-AMPK-mTOR signaling pathway in astrocytes.
These results demonstrate a novel pathway for statin-mediated IDE secretion from astrocytes. Modulation of this pathway could provide a potential therapeutic target for treatment of Aβ pathology by enhancing extracellular clearance of Aβ.
|dc.subject||Insulin-degrading enzyme (IDE)||ko_KR|
|dc.subject||Autophagy-based unconventional secretion||ko_KR|
|dc.subject||Alzheimer’s disease (AD)||ko_KR|
|dc.title||Statins induce insulin-degrading enzyme secretion from astrocytes via an autophagy-based unconventional secretory pathway||ko_KR|
|dc.rights.holder||Son et al.||-|
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