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Protein Kinases C-Mediated Regulations of Drug Transporter Activity, Localization and Expression

Abstract : Drug transporters are now recognized as major actors in pharmacokinetics, involved notably in drug-drug interactions and drug adverse effects. Factors that govern their activity, localization and expression are therefore important to consider. In the present review, the implications of protein kinases C (PKCs) in transporter regulations are summarized and discussed. Both solute carrier (SLC) and ATP-binding cassette (ABC) drug transporters can be regulated by PKCs-related signaling pathways. PKCs thus target activity, membrane localization and/or expression level of major influx and efflux drug transporters, in various normal and pathological types of cells and tissues, often in a PKC isoform-specific manner. PKCs are notably implicated in membrane insertion of bile acid transporters in liver and, in this way, are thought to contribute to cholestatic or choleretic effects of endogenous compounds or drugs. The exact clinical relevance of PKCs-related regulation of drug transporters in terms of drug resistance, pharmacokinetics, drug-drug interactions and drug toxicity remains however to be precisely determined. This issue is likely important to consider in the context of the development of new drugs targeting PKCs-mediated signaling pathways, for treating notably cancers, diabetes or psychiatric disorders.
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Abdullah Mayati, Amélie Moreau, Marc Le Vee, Bruno Stieger, Claire Denizot, et al.. Protein Kinases C-Mediated Regulations of Drug Transporter Activity, Localization and Expression. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, MDPI, 2017, 18 (4), pp.764. ⟨10.3390/ijms18040764⟩. ⟨hal-01516024⟩

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