NAD Metabolism in Oncogene-Induced Senescence and Mitochondrial Dysfunction-Associated Senescence (Homo sapiens)

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6, 72992722745, 727922, 39227227922251, 879Mitochondrial Dysfunction-Associated SenescenceCommon forboth pathwaysPentose PhospatePathwayGrowth ArrestPromotion ofCancer ProgressionCell SenescenceCYTOPLASMMITOCHONDRIAGOT1AMPKa1SIRT1Canonical NF-KB PathwaypRBMDH2nicotinamideG6PDHSIRT2NAMPTGOT2NADHOAAIL6p38 MAPKIL1BOncogene Induced SenescenceFatty AcidBeta OxidationGLUT1PGMSIRT5SIRT3GLUT4p21NMNAT2p16ADP/ATPPRPPTP53HMGA1TNF-aHuRSA-B-GalpyruvatelactateCCL27IL-10NMNPARP1MalateMDH1IL8Transcription factor p65SCO2NADAspartateGlycolysisHigh proinflammatory SASPMalateOAAAspartateMitochondrial Oxidative PhosphorylationTCA Cycle2NAD/NADHOncogene Induced SenescenceMitochondrial Dysfunction-Associated Senescence


Description

The uppermost part of the pathway includes part of the general NAM salvage pathway in the cytosol as it is relevant to senescence-induced changes to NAD metabolism. In this pathway, NAD levels are maintained through recycling back to NAD from nicotinamide (NAM) and nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) (Braidy et al., 2019). The conversion from NAM to NMN is catalyzed by nicotinamide phosphoribosyltransferase (NAMPT), while the conversion from NMN to NAD is catalyzed by nicotinamide mononucleotide adenylyl transferases (NMNATs). Other sources, such as nicotinic acid (NA) and nicotinamid riboside (NR), are not shown here as they are not affected by senescence, at least from current research. OIS-specific interactions are highlighted in orange, while MiDAS-specific interactions are highlighted in purple. General interactions for both (or other senescent types) remain a black color.

The OIS pathway, induced by Ras singalling in this case, results in the upregulation of HMGA1, and stimulation of the NAMPT enzyme (Nacarelli et al., 2019). Resulting increased levels of NMN (the direct metabolite of NAMPT) translate to increased NAD levels, and a high NAD-NADH ratio. This leads to decreased ADP-ATP levels, which causes a decreased phosphorylated AMPK expression (Nacarelli et al., 2019). This interaction causes increased p38 and p65 activation, and increased NF-κB activity. The NF-κB signalling pathway has been known to play a key role in the promotion of the proinflammatory SASP (Freund et al., 2011). Furthermore, this is correlated with increased expression of interleukins IL1B, IL6 and IL8, all key factors in the proinflammatory wave of the SASP. In addition, Nacarelli et al. (2019) found that the proinflammatory environment created as a result of the increased NAD-NADH ratio leads to acceleration of cancer progression. NAMPT upregulation through HMGA1 also resulted in the expression of senescence markers SA-ß-gal, p16 and p21. The resulting phenotype from this high NAD-NADH ratio is a high proinflammatory SASP.

Malate is another important metabolite in redox reactions and in many senescence types, including OIS and MiDAS. Of interest to NAD metabolism is the malate-aspartate shuttle, where NADH is transferred from the cytosol to the mitochondrial matrix through malate dehydrogenase 1 (MDH1) (Lee et al., 2012). In senescence, levels of MDH1 decrease. On the other hand, decreased activity of MDH1 can induce a senescence response. This reduction in MDH1 activity results in a decreased cytosolic NAD-NADH. Lastly, this inhibition may result in loss of cell proliferation due to the requirement of aspartate synthesis in response to inhibition of the electron transport chain (Birsoy et al., 2015).

Mitochondrial dysfunction-associated senescence (MiDAS), on the other hand, causes a decrease in the NAD-NADH ratio, which induces three main responses: (1) the inhibition of sirtuins, (2) the activation of AMPK and (3) the inhibition of PARP which blocks the NF-kB pathway. First, low levels of NAD+ decrease sirtuin activity. A decrease in the activity of SIRT3 and SIRT5, located in the mitochondria, is associated with the activation of cell senescence (Wiley et al., 2016)). Second, a decreased NAD+/NADH ratio activates AMPK and p53, which inhibits the RNA binding protein Hu antigen R (HuR) from degrading the mRNAs encoding the cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitors, p21 and p16INK4a. This increases the activity of the pRB tumor suppressor, resulting in cell proliferation and growth arrest ((Wiley et al., 2016)). Additionally, p53 activation leads to the release of SASPs that lack IL-1-dependent factors but include the secretion of anti-inflammatory cytokine IL-10 and high levels of the pro-inflammatory cytokines CCL27 and TNF-α (Wiley et al., 2016). The activation of p53 also reduces glycolysis and promotes mitochondrial respiration, by inhibiting phosphoglycercate mutase (PGM) and inducing the expression of synthesis of cytochrome c oxidase 2 (SCO2). Furthermore, p53 activation inhibits the pentose phosphate pathway (PPP) by binding to glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PDH). Lastly, the low NAD+,NADH ratio inhibits ADP-ribose donor for poly-ADP ribose polymerase (PARP), which consecutively inhibits the NF-kB pathway. A downregulated NF-κB pathway then contributes to the pathogenic processes of various inflammatory diseases as well as the expression of various proinflammatory SASPs (Liu et al., 2017).

As visible in this pathway, when senescence is induced by either OIS or MiDAS distinguishable effects on NAD metabolism are evident. Not only do these stimuli release distinct SASPs, but they exhibit distinct responses on the NAD-NADH ratio and subsequent related pathways. While MiDAS leads to a decrease in the NAD-NADH ratio, OIS causes an increase in this ratio and the NAD+ levels.

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115381view00:20, 17 February 2021KhanspersOntology Term : 'nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide metabolic pathway' added !
115380view00:18, 17 February 2021KhanspersOntology Term : 'cellular senescence pathway' added !
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115122view09:54, 26 January 2021MkutmonModified description
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115110view07:37, 26 January 2021EgonwModified title
115109view07:36, 26 January 2021EgonwNormalized two Ensembl data sources
115031view16:57, 25 January 2021PaulaP04New pathway

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NameTypeDatabase referenceComment
ADP/ATP
AMPKa1ProteinENSG00000132356 (Ensembl)
AspartateMetabolite35391 (ChEBI)
CCL27GeneProductENSG00000213927 (Ensembl)
Canonical NF-KB PathwayPathwayWP4562 (WikiPathways)
Fatty Acid Beta OxidationPathwayWP143 (WikiPathways)
G6PDHProteinENSG00000160211 (Ensembl)
GLUT1ProteinENSG00000117394 (Ensembl)
GLUT4ProteinENSG00000181856 (Ensembl)
GOT1GeneProductENSG00000120053 (Ensembl)
GOT2GeneProductENSG00000125166 (Ensembl)
GlycolysisPathwaymap00010 (KEGG Pathway)
HMGA1GeneProductENSG00000137309 (Ensembl)
HuRProteinENSG00000066044 (Ensembl)
IL-10ProteinENSGALG00000000892 (Ensembl)
IL1BGeneProductENSG00000125538 (Ensembl)
IL6GeneProductENSG00000136244 (Ensembl)
IL8MetaboliteCHEBI:138181 (ChEBI)
MDH1GeneProductENSG00000014641 (Ensembl)
MDH2GeneProductENSG00000146701 (Ensembl)
MalateMetaboliteCHEBI:30797 (ChEBI)
Mitochondrial Oxidative PhosphorylationPathwayWP623 (WikiPathways)
NAD/NADH
NADHMetaboliteHMDB01487 (HMDB)
NADMetaboliteHMDB00902 (HMDB)
NAMPTGeneProductENSG00000105835 (Ensembl)
NMNAT2GeneProductENSG00000157064 (Ensembl)
NMNMetaboliteCHEBI:16171 (ChEBI)
OAAMetaboliteCHEBI:132560 (ChEBI)
Oncogene Induced SenescencePathwayWP3308 (WikiPathways)
Oncogene Induced SenescencePathwayWP3308 (WikiPathways)
PARP1GeneProductENSG00000143799 (Ensembl)
PGMMetaboliteCHEBI:33365 (ChEBI)
PRPPMetaboliteCHEBI:17111 (ChEBI)
SA-B-Gal
SCO2GeneProductENSG00000130489 (Ensembl)
SIRT1GeneProductENSG00000096717 (Ensembl)
SIRT2GeneProductENSG00000068903 (Ensembl)
SIRT3GeneProductENSG00000142082 (Ensembl)
SIRT5GeneProductENSG00000124523 (Ensembl)
TCA CyclePathwayWP78 (WikiPathways)
TNF-aProteinENSG000002328 (Ensembl)
TP53GeneProductENSG00000141510 (Ensembl)
Transcription factor p65ProteinQ04206 (Uniprot-TrEMBL)
lactateMetaboliteCHEBI:24996 (ChEBI)
nicotinamideMetaboliteCHEBI:17154 (ChEBI)
p16
p21
p38 MAPKGeneProductQ3C2E3 (Uniprot-TrEMBL)
pRBRnaENSG00000139687 (Ensembl)
pyruvateMetaboliteCHEBI:15361 (ChEBI)

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