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The acetylase/deacetylase couple CREB-binding protein/sirtuin 1 controls hypoxia-inducible factor 2 signaling

Rui Chen; Min Xu; Richard T. Hogg; Jiwen Li; Bertis Little; Robert D. Gerard; Joseph A. Garcia

(Profiled Authors: Joseph A Garcia; Robert D Gerard)

Journal of Biological Chemistry. 2012;287(36):30800-30811.


Hypoxia-inducible factors (HIFs) are oxygen-sensitive transcription factors. HIF-1α plays a prominent role in hypoxic gene induction. HIF-2α target genes are more restricted but include erythropoietin (Epo), one of the most highly hypoxia-inducible genes in mammals. We previously reported that HIF-2α is acetylated during hypoxia but is rapidly deacetylated by the stress-responsive deacetylase Sirtuin 1. We now demonstrate that the lysine acetyltransferases cAMP-response element-binding protein-binding protein (CBP) and p300 are required for efficient Epo induction during hypoxia. However, despite close structural similarity, the roles of CBP and p300 differ in HIF signaling. CBP acetylates HIF-2α, is a major coactivator for HIF-2-mediated Epo induction, and is required for Sirt1 augmentation of HIF-2 signaling during hypoxia in Hep3B cells. In comparison, p300 is a major contributor for HIF-1 signaling as indicated by induction of Pgk1. Whereas CBP can bind with HIF-2α independent of the HIF-2α C-terminal activation domain via enzyme/substrate interactions, p300 only complexes with HIF-2α through the C-terminal activation domain. Maximal CBP/HIF-2 signaling requires intact CBP acetyltransferase activity in both Hep3B cells as well as in mice. © 2012 by The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Inc.

PMID: 22807441     PMCID: PMC3436323    

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