Trim33 (Tif1γ) is not required for skeletal muscle development or regeneration but suppresses cholecystokinin expression.

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Summary of "Trim33 (Tif1γ) is not required for skeletal muscle development or regeneration but suppresses cholecystokinin expression."

The expression of Trim33 (Tif1γ) increases in skeletal muscles during regeneration and decreases upon maturation. Although Trim33 is required for the normal development of other tissues, its role in skeletal muscle is unknown. The current study aimed to define the role of Trim33 in muscle development and regeneration. We generated mice with muscle-specific conditional knockout of Trim33 by combining floxed Trim33 and Cre recombinase under the Pax7 promoter. Muscle regeneration was induced by injuring mouse muscles with cardiotoxin. We studied the consequences of Trim33 knockdown on viability, body weight, skeletal muscle histology, muscle regeneration, and gene expression. We also studied the effect of Trim33 silencing in satellite cells and the C2C12 mouse muscle cell line. Although Trim33 knockdown mice weighed less than control mice, their skeletal muscles were histologically unremarkable and regenerated normally following injury. Unexpectedly, RNAseq analysis revealed dramatically increased expression of cholecystokinin (CCK) in regenerating muscle from Trim33 knockout mice, satellite cells from Trim33 knockout mice, and C2C12 cells treated with Trim33 siRNA. Trim33 knockdown had no demonstrable effect on muscle differentiation or regeneration. However, Trim33 knockdown induced CCK expression in muscle, suggesting that suppression of CCK expression requires Trim33.


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Name: Scientific reports
ISSN: 2045-2322
Pages: 18507


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