Extracellular SOD-derived H2O2 promotes VEGF signaling in caveolae/lipid rafts and post-ischemic angiogenesis in mice

Jin Oshikawa, Norifumi Urao, Ha Won Kim, Nihal Kaplan, Masooma Razvi, Ronald McKinney, Leslie B. Poole, Tohru Fukai, Masuko Ushio-Fukai

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Reactive oxygen species (ROS), in particular, H2O2, is essential for full activation of VEGF receptor2 (VEGFR2) signaling involved in endothelial cell (EC) proliferation and migration. Extracellular superoxide dismutase (ecSOD) is a major secreted extracellular enzyme that catalyzes the dismutation of superoxide to H2O2, and anchors to EC surface through heparinbinding domain (HBD). Mice lacking ecSOD show impaired postnatal angiogenesis. However, it is unknown whether ecSOD-derived H2O2 regulates VEGF signaling. Here we show that gene transfer of ecSOD, but not ecSOD lacking HBD (ecSOD-ΔHBD), increases H2O2 levels in adductor muscle of mice, and promotes angiogenesis after hindlimb ischemia. Mice lacking ecSOD show reduction of H2O2 in non-ischemic and ischemic limbs. In vitro, overexpression of ecSOD, but not ecSOD-ΔHBD, in cultured medium in ECs enhances VEGF-induced tyrosine phosphorylation of VEGFR2 (VEGFR2-pY), which is prevented by short-term pretreatment with catalase that scavenges extracellular H2O2. Either exogenous H2O2 (<500 μM), which is diffusible, or nitric oxide donor has no effect on VEGF-induced VEGFR2-pY. These suggest that ecSOD binding to ECs via HBD is required for localized generation of extracellular H2O2 to regulate VEGFR2-pY. Mechanistically, VEGF-induced VEGFR2-pY in caveolae/lipid rafts, but non-lipid rafts, is enhanced by ecSOD, which localizes at lipid rafts via HBD. One of the targets of ROS is protein tyrosine phosphatases (PTPs). ecSOD induces oxidation and inactivation of both PTP1B and DEP1, which negatively regulates VEGFR2-pY, in caveolae/lipid rafts, but not non-lipid rafts. Disruption of caveolae/lipid rafts, or PTPs inhibitor orthovanadate, or siRNAs for PTP1B and DEP1 enhances VEGF-induced VEGFR2-pY, which prevents ecSODinduced effect. Functionally, ecSOD promotes VEGF-stimulated EC migration and proliferation. In summary, extracellular H2O2 generated by ecSOD localized at caveolae/lipid rafts via HBD promotes VEGFR2 signaling via oxidative inactivation of PTPs in these microdomains. Thus, ecSOD is a potential therapeutic target for angiogenesis-dependent cardiovascular diseases.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article numbere10189
JournalPloS one
Volume5
Issue number4
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StatePublished - Sep 10 2010

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angiogenesis
Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor A
Superoxide Dismutase
superoxide dismutase
Lipids
mice
lipids
protein-tyrosine-phosphatase
Protein Tyrosine Phosphatases
Endothelial cells
endothelial cells
Endothelial Cells
cell movement
reactive oxygen species
cell proliferation
Cell Movement
inactivation
Reactive Oxygen Species
Cell Proliferation

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Extracellular SOD-derived H2O2 promotes VEGF signaling in caveolae/lipid rafts and post-ischemic angiogenesis in mice. / Oshikawa, Jin; Urao, Norifumi; Kim, Ha Won; Kaplan, Nihal; Razvi, Masooma; McKinney, Ronald; Poole, Leslie B.; Fukai, Tohru; Ushio-Fukai, Masuko.

In: PloS one, Vol. 5, No. 4, e10189, 10.09.2010.

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Oshikawa, Jin ; Urao, Norifumi ; Kim, Ha Won ; Kaplan, Nihal ; Razvi, Masooma ; McKinney, Ronald ; Poole, Leslie B. ; Fukai, Tohru ; Ushio-Fukai, Masuko. / Extracellular SOD-derived H2O2 promotes VEGF signaling in caveolae/lipid rafts and post-ischemic angiogenesis in mice. In: PloS one. 2010 ; Vol. 5, No. 4.
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