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Dietary long-chain n-3 fatty acids modify blood and cardiac phospholipids and reduce protein kinase-C-δ and protein kinase-C-ε translocation

  • Sébastien Judé (a1) (a2) (a3), Eric Martel (a1), Fanny Vincent (a4), Pierre Besson (a2) (a3), Charles Couet (a2) (a3), Gregory K. Ogilvie (a2) (a3), Michelle Pinault (a2) (a3), Catherine De Chalendar (a1), Philippe Bougnoux (a2) (a3), Serge Richard (a1), Pascal Champeroux (a1), Bertrand Crozatier (a4) and Jean-Yves Le Guennec (a2) (a3)...

Abstract

The effects of an n-3 PUFA-enriched diet on cardiac cell membrane phospholipid fraction compositions and associated protein kinase-C (PKC) translocation modification have never been studied in higher mammals. This is of importance since membrane fatty acid composition has been shown to influence PKC signalling pathways. In the present study, we have tested whether the incorporation of n-3 PUFA in cardiac membrane phospholipids correlated with changes in the fatty acid composition of diacylglycerols (DAG) and led to a differential translocation of PKC isoforms. Two groups of five dogs were fed the standard diet supplemented with palm oil or fish oil for 8 weeks. Dogs fed a fish oil-enriched diet showed a preferential incorporation of EPA and, to a lesser extent, of DHA, at the expense of arachidonic acid, in the circulating TAG, plasma phospholipids, erythrocyte phospholipids and cardiomyocyte phospholipid fractions. Analysis of 1,2-DAG fatty acid composition also indicated a preferential enrichment of EPA compared with DHA. Associated with these results, a reduction in the expression of PKC-δ and PKC-ε isoforms in the particulate fractions was observed whereas no effect was seen for PKC-α and PKC-ζ. We conclude that a fish oil-enriched diet induces a modification in fatty acid composition of cardiac membrane phospholipids, associated with a differential translocation of PKC isoforms. These results can be explained by the production of structurally different DAG that may participate in some of the protective effects of n-3 PUFA against various chronic diseases.

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*Corresponding author: Dr Jean-Yves Le Guennec, fax +33 2 47 36 62 26, email Jean-Yves.LeGuennec@Univ-Tours.Fr

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