Responses of CYP450 in the mussel Perna viridis after short-term exposure to the DSP toxins-producing dinoflagellate Prorocentrum lima.

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Summary of "Responses of CYP450 in the mussel Perna viridis after short-term exposure to the DSP toxins-producing dinoflagellate Prorocentrum lima."

Diarrhetic shellfish poisoning (DSP) toxins are key shellfish toxins that cause diarrhea, vomiting and even tumor. Interestingly, bivalves such as Perna viridis have been reported to exhibit some resistances to alleviate toxic effects of DSP toxins in a species-specific manner. Nevertheless, the molecular mechanisms underlying the resistance phenomenon to DSP toxins, particularly the mechanistic role of CYP450 is scant despite its crucial role in detoxification. Here, we exposed P. viridis to Prorocentrum lima and examined the expression pattern of the CYP450 and our comprehensive analyses revealed that P. lima exposure resulted in unique expression pattern of key CYP450 genes in bivalves. Exposure to P. lima (2 × 10 cells/L) dramatically orchestrated the relative expression of CYP450 genes. CYP2D14-like mRNA was significantly down-regulated at 6 h in gill, but up-regulated at 2 h in digestive gland compared with control counterparts (p < 0.05), while CYP3A4 mRNA was increased at 12 h in gill. After exposure to P. lima at 2 × 10 cells/L, the expression of CYP3A4 mRNA was significantly increased in digestive gland at 2 h and 12 h, while CYP2D14-like was up-regulated at 6 h. Besides, CYP3L3 and CYP2C8 also exhibited differential expression. These data suggested that CYP3A4, CYP2D14-like, and even CYP3L3 and CYP2C8 might be involved in DSP toxins metabolism. Besides, provision of ketoconazole resulted in significant decrement of CYP3A4 in digestive gland at 2 h and 12 h, while the OA content significantly decreased at 2 h and 6 h compared to control group without ketoconazole. These findings indicated that ketoconazole could depress CYP3A4 activity in bivalves thereby altering the metabolic activities of DSP toxins in bivalves, and also provided novel insights into the mechanistic role of CYP3A4 on DSP toxins metabolism in bivalves.


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Name: Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
ISSN: 1090-2414
Pages: 178-185


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