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Insulin receptor substrate signaling in the central nervous system

Susanna Freude

Insulin receptor substrate signaling in the central nervous system

by Susanna Freude

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Published by Nova Science in Hauppauge, N.Y .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementSusanna Freude and Markus Schubert
ContributionsSchubert, Markus, Dr
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQP572.I5 F74 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24467909M
ISBN 109781616682552
LC Control Number2010012225
OCLC/WorldCa535491596

Insulin receptor substrate 1 (IRS-1) is the primary cytosolic substrate of the insulin and insulin-like growth factor-I (IGF-I) receptors. Following tyrosine phosphorylation IRS-1 binds to and activates specific proteins containing SH2 domains. Using biochemical and immunocytochemical techniques, we have mapped the distribution of IRS-1 in the CNS of the adult rat and compared it with that of. Abstract Insulin signaling in central nervous system (CNS) has emerged as a novel field of research since decreased brain insulin levels and/or signaling were associated to impaired learning, memory, and age-related neurodegenerative diseases.

Insulin receptor signaling regulates female reproductive function acting in the central nervous system and ovary. Female mice that globally lack insulin receptor substrate (IRS) 2, which is a key. Insulin receptor substrate signaling in the central nervous system: from embryonic development to aging / Susanna Freude and Markus Schubert --Glutamate receptors of the kainate type: an ion channel becoming a metabotropic receptor / José Vicente Negrete-Díaz and Antonio Rodríguez-Moreno --G protein-coupled receptor heterodimerization: a.

  Insulin receptors in the central nervous system have been implicated in control of food uptake, learning, and memory, and pathophysiologies such as Alzheimer's disease (1–6).Drosophila harbor one receptor tyrosine kinase of the insulin receptor family (7–9), which avoids genetic redundancy in mammals that have three members of the insulin receptor family (). Insulin Receptor Substrate-l (IRS-I) Distribution in the Rat Central Nervous System Franc0 FoIli,’ Luca Bonfanti,* Eric Renard,’ C. Ronald Kahn,’ and Adalbetto Merighi’ ‘Research Division, Joslin Diabetes Center, Department of Medicine, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Harvard.


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Insulin receptor substrate signaling in the central nervous system by Susanna Freude Download PDF EPUB FB2

The role of insulin receptor signaling in neurons Although neurons are not insulin-dependent, they are insulin-responsive.

The InsR and downstream signaling molecules including IRS are expressed throughout the peripheral and central nervous systems (PNS and CNS) (Figure 2).Cited by:   Insulin and its receptor are located in the central nervous system and are both implicated in neuronal survival and synaptic plasticity.

Interestingly, over the past few years it has become evident that the effects of insulin, on neuronal survival and synaptic plasticity, are mediated by a common signal transduction cascade, which has been identified as “the PI3K route”.Cited by: Insulin/IGF-like signalling, the central nervous system and aging 3 Figure 1 The IIS pathway in worms, flies and mice Signalling begins with the binding of an INS to an appropriate receptor which induces receptor dimerization and autophosphorylation of the cytoplasmic domain.

Mice and other mammals have 2. To define the role of insulin action in the central nervous system in regulating the counterregulatory response to hypoglycemia, mice with a brain/neuron-specific insulin receptor knockout (NIRKO) and littermate controls were subjected to min hyperinsulinemic (20 mU kg−1 min−1) -hypoglycemic (∼ mmol/l) by: Insulin and IGF-1 mediate their effects on cell growth, survival, homeostasis, glucose transport, and energy metabolism by signaling downstream through insulin receptor substrate (IRS) molecules.

Insulin signaling in central nervous system (CNS) has emerged as a novel field of research since decreased brain insulin levels and/or signaling were associated to impaired learning, memory, and age-related neurodegenerative diseases.

Insulin Signaling in the Central Nervous System This effect appears to depend upon neuronal signal transduction via the insulin receptor substrate (IRS)-phosphati-dylinositol 3. role as a central homeostatic signal with regard to energy and glucose homeostasis and discuss the mechanisms by homolog DAF (5, 6).

Likewise, the insulin receptor substrate (IRS) protein in the nervous system of fasted larvae sup- presses the hunger-driven ingestion of. Abstract Insulin receptor signaling regulates female reproductive function acting in the central nervous system and ovary. Female mice that globally lack insulin receptor substrate (IRS) 2, which is a key mediator of insulin receptor action, are infertile with defects in hypothalamic and ovarian functions.

Book contents; Primer on the Autonomic Nervous System type 3 phosphodiesterase, insulin receptor substrate protein, and protein kinase C. These different intracellular pathways might mediate some central neural effects of leptin.

For example, the leptin-induced hyperpolarization of subsets of hypothalamic neurons that occurs within minutes. The insulin receptor substrate (IRS) proteins are major components of IIS, which transmit upstream signals via the insulin receptor and/or IGF1 receptor to multiple intracellular signaling pathways, including AKT/protein kinase B and extracellular-signal-regulated kinase cascades.

This protein functions as an insulin receptor tyrosine kinase substrate and suggests a role for insulin in the central nervous system. This protein has also been identified as interacting with the dentatorubral-pallidoluysian atrophy gene, which is associated with an autosomal dominant neurodegenerative disease.

Insulin receptor signaling regulates female reproductive function acting in the central nervous system and ovary. Female mice that globally lack insulin receptor substrate (IRS) 2, which is a key mediator of insulin receptor action, are infertile with defects in hypothalamic and ovarian functions.

To unravel the. Insulin Signaling in the Central Nervous System The initial discovery in C. elegans was the cloning of DAF-2, the gene that encodes a homologue of the mammalian insulin receptor. The insulin receptor substrate (IRS) proteins are key mediators of insulin and insulinlike growth factor 1 (IGF-1) signaling.

Protein tyrosine phosphatase (PTP)-1B dephosphorylates and inactivates both insulin and IGF-1 receptors. IRS2-deficient mice present altered hepatic insulin signaling and β-cell failure and develop type 2-like diabetes. Insulin receptor signaling regulates female reproductive function acting in the central nervous system and ovary.

Female mice that globally lack insulin receptor substrate (IRS) 2, which is a key mediator of insulin receptor action, are infertile with defects in hypothalamic and ovarian functions. To unravel the tissue-specific roles of IRS2, we examined reproductive function in female mice.

Nasca, C., Dobbin, J., Bigio, B. et al. Insulin receptor substrate in brain-enriched exosomes in subjects with major depression: on the path of creation of biosignatures of central insulin.

The Insulin Receptor Substrate (IRS) proteins are cytoplasmic adaptor proteins that function as essential signaling intermediates downstream of activated cell surface receptors, many of which have been implicated in cancer. The IRS proteins do not contain any intrinsic kinase activity, but rather serve as scaffolds to organize signaling complexes and initiate intracellular signaling pathways.

ingmealThus, both the insulin and leptin signaling systems are sensitive to the state of energy balance and body fat stores and are redundant in some ways, but complementary in others. Central Nervous System Mechanisms In recent years, a major focus has been placed on the identi”cation of neuronal systems targeted by these two.

Impaired insulin signaling in the central nervous system (CNS) has been linked to the pathogenesis of AD (Craft and Watson, Insulin receptors in the central nervous system: localization, signalling mechanisms and functional aspects.

Reduced phosphorylation of brain insulin receptor substrate and Akt proteins in apolipoprotein-E4. Excitation of the insulin sensitive glucoregulator receptor in the central nervous system (C.N.S.) causes an immediate decrease in the systemic blood sugar level in rats.

2. In the FB, 28 transcripts involved with ILP/ToR signaling were analyzed, and 9 are up-regulated in the UFC (Table 3), including InR, venus kinase receptor (VKR), insulin receptor substrate 1.

In this brief review, we highlight studies that have contributed to our current understanding of glucose homeostasis by the central nervous system (CNS) leptin-melanocortin system, particularly proopiomelanocortin neurons and melanocortin-4 receptors (MC4R).

Leptin deficiency is associated with insulin resistance and impaired glucose metabolism whereas leptin .