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Suppression of mir-150-5p attenuates the anti-inflammatory effect of glucocorticoids in mice with ulcerative colitis.

Molecular Immunology 2023 September 19
Glucocorticoids have been widely used in the treatment of ulcerative colitis, but not all patients benefit from this therapy due to hormone resistance. Mir-150-5p has been reported to enhance the efficacy of glucocorticoids, and low serum mir-150-5p expression has been linked to glucocorticoid resistance in ulcerative colitis patients. The aim of this study was to elucidate the mechanisms of mir-150-5p regulation on glucocorticoid resistance. An ulcerative colitis mouse model was used to evaluate changes in ulcerative colitis symptoms, inflammatory factors, and glucocorticoid resistance-related gene expression. The results showed that mir-150-5p suppression with antagomirs did not significantly interfere with or enhance the induction of ulcerative colitis symptoms by dextran sulfate sodium, but it did attenuate the inflammation inhibitory effect of dexamethasone by abnormally regulating the expression of IL-17a, IL-10, IL-2 and IL-6 levels and myeloperoxidase activity. Mir-150-5p inhibition also induced a glucocorticoid-resistant gene expression profile in colon tissues of ulcerative colitis mice, with upregulation of p-ERK, p-JNK, and HSP90 and downregulation of p-GRa, FKBP4, and HDAC2 expression. Our results indicate that mir-150-5p suppression attenuates the anti-inflammatory effect of glucocorticoids and may function as a driver element in ulcerative colitis glucocorticoid resistance. AVAILABILITY OF DATA AND MATERIALS: All data and figures analyzed in this study are available from the corresponding author by request.

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