The ER-Bound RING Finger Protein 5 (RNF5/RMA1) Causes Degenerative Myopathy inTransgenic Mice and Is Deregulated in Inclusion Body Myositis.

Massimiliano Mirabella, Aldobrando Broccolini, Roberta Morosetti, Agnès Delaunay, Kenneth D. Bromberg, Yukiko Hayashi, Denise Burch, Brian Kirkwood, Carlo Serra, May C. Malicdan, Andrew P. Mizisin, Ling T. Guo, Stephen N. Jones, Sergio A. Lira, Pier Lorenzo Puri, G. Diane Shelton, Ze'Ev Ronai

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Abstract

Growing evidence supports the importance of ubiquitin ligases in the pathogenesis of muscular disorders, although underlying mechanisms remain largely elusive. Here we show that the expression of RNF5 (aka RMA1), an ER-anchored RING finger E3 ligase implicated in muscle organization and in recognition and processing of malfolded proteins, is elevated and mislocalized to cytoplasmic aggregates in biopsies from patients suffering from sporadic-Inclusion Body Myositis (sIBM). Consistent with these findings, an animal model for hereditary IBM (hIBM), but not their control littermates, revealed deregulated expression of RNF5. Further studies for the role of RNF5 in the pathogenesis of s-IBM and more generally in muscle physiology were performed using RNF5 transgenic and KO animals. Transgenic mice carrying inducible expression of RNF5, under control of beta-actin or muscle specific promoter, exhibit an early onset of muscle wasting, muscle degeneration and extensive fiber regeneration. Prolonged expression of RNF5 in the muscle also results in the formation of fibers containing congophilic material, blue-rimmed vacuoles and inclusion bodies. These phenotypes were associated with altered expression and activity of ER chaperones, characteristic of myodegenerative diseases such as s-IBM. Conversely, muscle regeneration and induction of ER stress markers were delayed in RNF5 KO mice subjected to cardiotoxin treatment. While supporting a role for RNF5 Tg mice as model for s-IBM, our study also establishes the importance of RNF5 in muscle physiology and its deregulation in ER stress associated muscular disorders.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)N/A-N/A
RivistaPLoS One
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2010

Keywords

  • inclusion-body myositis

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