Functional alterations by a subgroup of neonicotinoid pesticides in human dopaminergic neurons

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Loser, Dominik
Hinojosa, Maria G.
Schaefer, Jasmin
Johansson, Ylva
Grillberger, Karin
Danker, Timm
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Archives of toxicology. Springer. 2021, 95(6), pp. 2081-2107. ISSN 0340-5761. eISSN 1432-0738. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00204-021-03031-1
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Neonicotinoid pesticides, originally developed to target the insect nervous system, have been reported to interact with human receptors and to activate rodent neurons. Therefore, we evaluated in how far these compounds may trigger signaling in human neurons, and thus, affect the human adult or developing nervous system. We used SH-SY5Y neuroblastoma cells as established model of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (nAChR) signaling. In parallel, we profiled dopaminergic neurons, generated from LUHMES neuronal precursor cells, as novel system to study nAChR activation in human post-mitotic neurons. Changes of the free intracellular Ca2+ concentration ([Ca2+]i) were used as readout, and key findings were confirmed by patch clamp recordings. Nicotine triggered typical neuronal signaling responses that were blocked by antagonists, such as tubocurarine and mecamylamine. Pharmacological approaches suggested a functional expression of α7 and non-α7 nAChRs on LUHMES cells. In this novel test system, the neonicotinoids acetamiprid, imidacloprid, clothianidin and thiacloprid, but not thiamethoxam and dinotefuran, triggered [Ca2+]i signaling at 10-100 µM. Strong synergy of the active neonicotinoids (at low micromolar concentrations) with the α7 nAChR-positive allosteric modulator PNU-120596 was observed in LUHMES and SH-SY5Y cells, and specific antagonists fully inhibited such signaling. To provide a third line of evidence for neonicotinoid signaling via nAChR, we studied cross-desensitization: pretreatment of LUHMES and SH-SY5Y cells with active neonicotinoids (at 1-10 µM) blunted the signaling response of nicotine. The pesticides (at 3-30 µM) also blunted the response to the non-α7 agonist ABT 594 in LUHMES cells. These data show that human neuronal cells are functionally affected by low micromolar concentrations of several neonicotinoids. An effect of such signals on nervous system development is a toxicological concern.

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Live-cell calcium imaging, Neurotoxicity, Nicotine, Desensitization, Molecular docking
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ISO 690LOSER, Dominik, Maria G. HINOJOSA, Jonathan BLUM, Jasmin SCHAEFER, Markus BRÜLL, Ylva JOHANSSON, Ilinca SUCIU, Karin GRILLBERGER, Timm DANKER, Marcel LEIST, 2021. Functional alterations by a subgroup of neonicotinoid pesticides in human dopaminergic neurons. In: Archives of toxicology. Springer. 2021, 95(6), pp. 2081-2107. ISSN 0340-5761. eISSN 1432-0738. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00204-021-03031-1
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@article{Loser2021-06Funct-53414,
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  doi={10.1007/s00204-021-03031-1},
  title={Functional alterations by a subgroup of neonicotinoid pesticides in human dopaminergic neurons},
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  issn={0340-5761},
  journal={Archives of toxicology},
  pages={2081--2107},
  author={Loser, Dominik and Hinojosa, Maria G. and Blum, Jonathan and Schaefer, Jasmin and Brüll, Markus and Johansson, Ylva and Suciu, Ilinca and Grillberger, Karin and Danker, Timm and Leist, Marcel}
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