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Main Title Molecular Regulation of the Induction of Cytochrome P-450E in the Estuarine Fish Fundulus Heteroclitus.
Author Kloepper-Sams, P. J. ;
CORP Author Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MA.
Publisher Feb 89
Year Published 1989
Report Number WHOI-89-1; EPA-CR-813155-01-0 ;EPA-CX-813567-01-01;
Stock Number AD-A258 623/8
Additional Subjects Augmentation ; Autoradiography ; Control ; Detection ; Environments ; Enzymes ; Fishes ; Half life ; Hemoglobin ; Hybridization ; Interactions ; Labels ; Maintenance ; Metabolism ; Microsomes ; Mixtures ; Monoclonal antibodies ; Precipitation ; Proteins ; Regulations ; Response ; Trout ; Estuarine fish ; Fundulus heteroclitus ; Cytochrome P-450 ; Theses ; Enzyme induction ; Messenger RNA
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NTIS  AD-A258 623/8 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/12/1993
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Abstract
Regulation of induction of P450IA1 (P-450E) in teleosts was examined by investigating temporal relationships between P450E protein, activity, and mRNA levels, and measuring protein and heme turnover, in the teleost Fundulus heteroclitus. Monoclonal antibodies used for P450E protein detection were specific in immunoblots for purified scup (Stenotomus chrysops) P450E, a single band corresponding to P450E in scup microsomal mixtures, and the xenobiotic-inducible orthologue in other fish including Fundulus. P450E mRNA was measured by translation of total RNA, precipitation with anti-P450E polyclonal antibodies and autoradiography, or by hybridization of RNA with a trout P450IA1 cDNA. P450E and ethoxyresorufin O-deethylase activity rose coordinately after treatment with Beta-naphthoflavone, lagging behind mRNA increases by about 25 hours. mRNA levels declined rapidly, despite prolonged elevated protein and activity levels. In a dual label experiment, P450E was precipitated from solubilized microsomes. The apoprotein was calculated to have a half-life of 32 to 43 hours, the heme moiety a longer half-life of 104 hours. These results support a hypothesis that transcriptional enhancement is involved in initial stages of P450E induction, while other forms of control are important in maintenance of P-450E expression. This study addressed a specific chemico-biological interaction-- the organism's biochemical response to a challenge by foreign compounds--which occurs in the marine environment. Xenobiotic metabolism, Enzyme induction, Cytochrome P-450.