Hepatic Knockdown of Splicing Regulator Slu7 Ameliorates Inflammation and Attenuates Liver Injury in Ethanol-Fed Mice.

Title

Hepatic Knockdown of Splicing Regulator Slu7 Ameliorates Inflammation and Attenuates Liver Injury in Ethanol-Fed Mice.

Creator

Wang Jiayou; Kainrad Noah; Shen Hong; Zhou Zhou; Rote Paula; Zhang Yanqiao; Nagy Laura E; Wu Jiashin; You Min

Publisher

The American journal of pathology

Date

2018
2018-08

Description

Aberrant precursor mRNA splicing plays a pivotal role in liver diseases. However, roles of splicing regulators in alcoholic liver disease are unknown. Herein, we investigated a splicing regulator, Slu7, in the development of alcoholic steatohepatitis. Adenovirus-mediated alteration of hepatic Slu7 expression in mice pair fed either with or without (as control) ethanol in their diet was used. Knockdown of hepatic Slu7 by adenovirus-Slu7shRNA treatment ameliorated inflammation and attenuated liver injury in mice after ethanol administration. Mechanistically, reducing liver Slu7 expression increased the expression of sirtuin 1 (SIRT1) full-length and repressed the splicing of SIRT1 into

Rights

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Pages

1807–1819

Issue

8

Volume

188

Citation

Wang Jiayou; Kainrad Noah; Shen Hong; Zhou Zhou; Rote Paula; Zhang Yanqiao; Nagy Laura E; Wu Jiashin; You Min, “Hepatic Knockdown of Splicing Regulator Slu7 Ameliorates Inflammation and Attenuates Liver Injury in Ethanol-Fed Mice.,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed December 5, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/3445.

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