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Extracellular matrix mechanical cues regulate lipid metabolism through Lipin-1 and SREBP.

Nature cell biology (2019-02-06)
Patrizia Romani, Irene Brian, Giulia Santinon, Arianna Pocaterra, Matteo Audano, Silvia Pedretti, Samuel Mathieu, Mattia Forcato, Silvio Bicciato, Jean-Baptiste Manneville, Nico Mitro, Sirio Dupont
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Extracellular matrix (ECM) mechanical cues have powerful effects on cell proliferation, differentiation and death. Here, starting from an unbiased metabolomics approach, we identify synthesis of neutral lipids as a general response to mechanical signals delivered by cell-matrix adhesions. Extracellular physical cues reverberate on the mechanical properties of the Golgi apparatus and regulate the Lipin-1 phosphatidate phosphatase. Conditions of reduced actomyosin contractility lead to inhibition of Lipin-1, accumulation of SCAP/SREBP to the Golgi apparatus and activation of SREBP transcription factors, in turn driving lipid synthesis and accumulation. This occurs independently of YAP/TAZ, mTOR and AMPK, and in parallel to feedback control by sterols. Regulation of SREBP can be observed in a stiffened diseased tissue, and contributes to the pro-survival activity of ROCK inhibitors in pluripotent stem cells. We thus identify a general mechanism centered on Lipin-1 and SREBP that links the physical cell microenvironment to a key metabolic pathway.

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(±)-Propranolol hydrochloride, ≥99% (TLC), powder