Mechanisms of Hg species induced toxicity in cultured human astrocytes : genotoxicity and DNA-damage response

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Pieper, Imke
Wehe, Christoph A.
Bornhorst, Julia
Ebert, Franziska
Leffers, Larissa
Holtkamp, Michael
Höseler, Pia
Weber, Till
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The toxicologically most relevant mercury (Hg) species for human exposure is methylmercury (MeHg). Thiomersal is a common preservative used in some vaccine formulations. The aim of this study is to get further mechanistic insight into the yet not fully understood neurotoxic modes of action of organic Hg species. Mercury species investigated include MeHgCl and thiomersal. Additionally HgCl2 was studied, since in the brain mercuric Hg can be formed by dealkylation of the organic species. As a cellular system astrocytes were used. In vivo astrocytes provide the environment necessary for neuronal function. In the present study, cytotoxic effects of the respective mercuricals increased with rising alkylation level and correlated with their cellular bioavailability. Further experiments revealed for all species at subcytotoxic concentrations no induction of DNA strand breaks, whereas all species massively increased H2O2-induced DNA strand breaks. This co-genotoxic effect is likely due to a disturbance of the cellular DNA damage response. Thus, at nanomolar, sub-cytotoxic concentrations, all three mercury species strongly disturbed poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation, a signalling reaction induced by DNA strand breaks. Interestingly, the molecular mechanism behind this inhibition seems to be different for the species. Since chronic PARP-1 inhibition is also discussed to sacrifice neurogenesis and learning abilities, further experiments on neurons and in vivo studies could be helpful to clarify whether the inhibition of poly(ADP-ribosyl)ation contributes to organic Hg induced neurotoxicity.

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ISO 690PIEPER, Imke, Christoph A. WEHE, Julia BORNHORST, Franziska EBERT, Larissa LEFFERS, Michael HOLTKAMP, Pia HÖSELER, Till WEBER, Aswin MANGERICH, Alexander BÜRKLE, Uwe KARST, Tanja SCHWERDTLE, 2014. Mechanisms of Hg species induced toxicity in cultured human astrocytes : genotoxicity and DNA-damage response. In: Metallomics. 2014, 6(3), pp. 662-671. ISSN 1756-5901. eISSN 1756-591X. Available under: doi: 10.1039/C3MT00337J
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@article{Pieper2014-03Mecha-27136,
  year={2014},
  doi={10.1039/C3MT00337J},
  title={Mechanisms of Hg species induced toxicity in cultured human astrocytes : genotoxicity and DNA-damage response},
  number={3},
  volume={6},
  issn={1756-5901},
  journal={Metallomics},
  pages={662--671},
  author={Pieper, Imke and Wehe, Christoph A. and Bornhorst, Julia and Ebert, Franziska and Leffers, Larissa and Holtkamp, Michael and Höseler, Pia and Weber, Till and Mangerich, Aswin and Bürkle, Alexander and Karst, Uwe and Schwerdtle, Tanja}
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