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Cell Growth & Differentiation, Vol 4, Issue 4 247-255, Copyright © 1993 by American Association of Cancer Research


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Lysophosphatidic acid induces neuronal shape changes via a novel, receptor-mediated signaling pathway: similarity to thrombin action

K Jalink, T Eichholtz, FR Postma, EJ van Corven and WH Moolenaar
Division of Cellular Biochemistry, The Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam.

Lysophosphatidic acid (LPA) is a mitogenic phospholipid produced by certain activated cells and present in serum. LPA stimulates phospholipase C and inhibits adenylate cyclase in its target cells, apparently by activating a specific G-protein-coupled receptor. Here, we demonstrate that LPA causes transient rounding of N1E-115 and NG108-15 neuronal cells accompanied by growth cone collapse and retraction of neurites. The effect of LPA is concentration dependent, being half-maximal at 10-20 nM, and reversibly blocked by suramin, an LPA receptor antagonist. The morphological response to LPA is indistinguishable from that evoked by thrombin or a thrombin receptor-activating peptide (TRP) (K. Jalink and W. H. Moolenaar, J. Cell Biol., 118: 411-419, 1992); yet, LPA and thrombin appear to act through distinct receptors. LPA-induced shape changes, like those induced by thrombin and TRP, are driven by contraction of the cortical actin cytoskeleton and not attributable to prior phospholipid hydrolysis and Ca2+ mobilization nor to other classic second messenger systems. Instead, LPA- and TRP-induced shape changes are accompanied by a small but significant increase in p60src protein tyrosine kinase activity. Treatment of cells with pervanadate selectively inhibits LPA- and TRP-induced shape changes as well as p60src activation. These results indicate that, in N1E-115 and NG108-15 cells, LPA and TRP trigger neurite retraction and cell rounding through a novel, receptor-mediated signaling pathway, and they suggest that p60src may play a role in this pathway.


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