ESPE Abstracts (2018) 89 P-P2-084

PID1 Alters Antilipolytic Action of Insulin and Increases Lipolysis via Inhibited the Activation of AKT/PKA Pathway

Chun Yin & Yan Xiao


The Second Affiliated Hospital of Xi’an Jiaotong University, xi’an, China


Objective: The aim was to investigate the mechanism for impaired control of lipolysis in obesity by investigating the effect of PID1 on insulin-induced activation of AKT/PKA/HSL pathway and lipolysis.

Methods: First, CIDEC expression was detected in adipose tissue and blood insulin and glycerol levels were measured in high-fat diet-induced obese rats. Next, we examined the effect of different concentrations of insulin on lipolysis and AKT/PKA/HSL pathway in 3T3-L1cells.We also investigated the role of PID1 in regulating AKT/PKA/HSL cascade and lipolysis after insulin treatment and lipofectamine overexpression.

Results: PID1 expression is increased in adipose tissue from HFD rat and positive correlation with insulin levels and lipolysis. In 3T3-L1 adipocytes, we found that antilipolytic effect of insulin is mediated by AKT and AKT activated by insulin can results in phosphorylation of PKA and HSL and suppresses glycerol release. However, over-expression of PID1 counteracts insulin action as indicated by glycerol release and reduced level of Akt phosphorylation in accordance with a decrease in the activity of insulin-dependent PKA/HSL signaling cascade.

Conclusions: All together, these data showed that activation of PID1 in adipose tissue increases lipolysis by altering the antilipolytic action of insulin. This suggests that PID1 may constitute a new strategy to ameliorate adipocyte lipolysis and hence to improve insulin sensitivity.

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