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Cell Growth & Differentiation, Vol 7, Issue 5 647-653, Copyright © 1996 by American Association of Cancer Research


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Cellular growth state differentially regulates enterocyte gene expression in butyrate-treated HT-29 cells

RA Hodin, S Meng, S Archer and R Tang
Department of Surgery, Beth Israel Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 02215, USA.

Enterocyte differentiation occurs at the crypt-villus junction through the transcriptional activation of cell-specific genes, including the brush-border enzyme intestinal alkaline phosphatase (IAP) and the microvillar structural protein, villin. Based upon previous in vivo studies demonstrating that IAP and villin are differentially affected by alterations in epithelial growth state, we examined the regulation of these two genes in an in vitro model of enterocyte differentiation. HT-29 cells were maintained in DMEM + 10% FCS and treated with sodium butyrate to induce enterocyte differentiation. Cell count and [3H]thymidine measurements confirm that sodium butyrate causes a marked decrease in cellular growth state, consistent with the differentiation process. Northern blot analyses revealed time- and dose-dependent increases (P < 0.001) in steady-state IAP and villin mRNA levels. The increases in both IAP and villin expression were dependent upon the presence of one or more newly synthesized proteins. Post-confluence and serum starvation were used to cause cell cycle withdrawal prior to the differentiation process. As predicted from our previous in vivo data, villin expression was unaffected by changes in cellular growth state, whereas IAP expression was dramatically diminished under hypoproliferative conditions. We conclude that early withdrawal from the cell cycle alters the course of enterocyte differentiation, specifically decreasing IAP expression.


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