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Molecular and cellular neurosciences v.85, 2017년, pp.183 - 189   SCI SCIE
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Cocaine alters Homer1 natural antisense transcript in the nucleus accumbens

Sartor, Gregory C.    (Corresponding author at: Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, 1501 NW 10th Avenue, BRB-407 (M-860), Miami, FL 33136, United States.  ); Powell, Samuel K.   Velmeshev, Dmitry   Lin, David Y.   Magistri, Marco   Wiedner, Hannah J.   Malvezzi, Andrea M.   Andrade, Nadja S.   Faghihi, Mohammad A.   Wahlestedt, Claes  
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    Abstract Natural antisense transcripts (NATs) are an abundant class of long noncoding RNAs that have recently been shown to be key regulators of chromatin dynamics and gene expression in nervous system development and neurological disorders. However, it is currently unclear if NAT-based mechanisms also play a role in drug-induced neuroadaptations. Aberrant regulation of gene expression is one critical factor underlying the long-lasting behavioral abnormalities that characterize substance use disorder, and it is possible that some drug-induced transcriptional responses are mediated, in part, by perturbations in NAT activity. To test this hypothesis, we used an automated algorithm that mines the NCBI AceView transcriptomics database to identify NAT overlapping genes linked to addiction. We found that 22% of the genes examined contain NATs and that expression of Homer1 natural antisense transcript ( Homer1-AS ) was altered in the nucleus accumbens (NAc) of mice 2h and 10days following repeated cocaine administration. In in vitro studies, depletion of Homer1-AS lead to an increase in the corresponding sense gene expression, indicating a potential regulatory mechanisms of Homer1 expression by its corresponding antisense transcript. Future in vivo studies are needed to definitely determine a role for Homer1-AS in cocaine-induced behavioral and molecular adaptations. Highlights Many genes that have been implicated in addiction overlap with natural antisense transcripts. Homer1 antisense transcript is significantly increased in the nucleus accumbens by cocaine. Knockdown of Homer1 antisense transcript increases expression of Homer1 in vitro .


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    Long noncoding RNA .   Natural antisense transcripts .   Cocaine .   Nucleus accumbens .   Epigenetics.  

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