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Maugars G., Dufour Sylvie. (2015). Demonstration of the coexistence of duplicated LH receptors in teleosts, and their origin in ancestral actinopterygians. Plos One, 10 (8), e0135184. ISSN 1932-6203

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Demonstration of the coexistence of duplicated LH receptors in teleosts, and their origin in ancestral actinopterygians
Année de publication2015
Type de documentArticle référencé dans le Web of Science WOS:000359492800040
AuteursMaugars G., Dufour Sylvie.
SourcePlos One, 2015, 10 (8), p. e0135184. p. e0135184 ISSN 1932-6203
RésuméPituitary gonadotropins, FSH and LH, control gonad activity in vertebrates, via binding to their respective receptors, FSHR and LHR, members of GPCR superfamily. Until recently, it was accepted that gnathostomes possess a single FSHR and a single LHR, encoded by fshr and lhcgr genes. We reinvestigated this question, focusing on vertebrate species of key-phylogenetical positions. Genome analyses supported the presence of a single fshr and a single lhcgr in chondrichthyans, and in sarcopterygians including mammals, birds, amphibians and coelacanth. In contrast, we identified a single fshr but two lhgcr in basal teleosts, the eels. We further showed the coexistence of duplicated lhgcr in other actinopterygians, including a non-teleost, the gar, and other teleosts, e.g. Mexican tetra, platyfish, or tilapia. Phylogeny and synteny analyses supported the existence in actinopterygians of two lhgcr paralogs (lhgcr1/lhgcr2), which do not result from the teleost-specific whole-genome duplication (3R), but likely from a local gene duplication that occurred early in the actinopterygian lineage. Due to gene losses, there was no impact of 3R on the number of gonadotropin receptors in extant teleosts. Additional gene losses during teleost radiation, led to a single lhgcr (lhgcr1 or lhgcr2) in some species, e.g. medaka and zebrafish. Sequence comparison highlighted divergences in the extracellular and intracellular domains of the duplicated lhgcr, suggesting differential properties such as ligand binding and activation mechanisms. Comparison of tissue distribution in the European eel, revealed that fshr and both lhgcr transcripts are expressed in the ovary and testis, but are differentially expressed in non-gonadal tissues such as brain or eye. Differences in structure-activity relationships and tissue expression may have contributed as selective drives in the conservation of the duplicated lhgcr. This study revises the evolutionary scenario and nomenclature of gonadotropin receptors, and opens new research avenues on the roles of duplicated LHR in actinopterygians.
Plan de classementLimnologie biologique / Océanographie biologique [034]
LocalisationFonds IRD
Identifiant IRDPAR00013610
Lien permanenthttp://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/PAR00013610

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