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Shp2 is involved in neuronal differentiation of hippocampal precursor cells

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HiB5 is a multipotent hippocampal stem cell line whose differentiation into cells of a neuronal phenotype is promoted by neurotrophic factors such as PDGF and brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF). We examined the potential role of Src homology 2 (SH2)-containing protein tyrosine phosphatase (Shp2) in this differentiation process. We found that Shp2 became tyrosine phosphorylated following PDGF treatment. Wild-type Shp2 enhanced the expression of neurofilament, synapsin I and PSD95 by PDGF and BDNF, whereas their expression was attenuated by the catalytically inactive mutants Shp2C/S and Shp2ΔP. Formation of dendritic spine-like structures increased with wild-type Shp2, but diminished with Shp2C/S and Shp2ΔP. PSD95, localized in the post-synaptic density region of dendritic spines, PDGFRβ and TrkB were co-immunoprecipitated with Shp2 antibodies. These results suggest that Shp2 plays a positive role in mediating PDGF- and BDNF-activated signaling which promotes the formation of dendritic spines.

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Correspondence to Hak-Jae Kim or Ah Mi Han or Jae Hwan Shim or Hye Hyun Yoon or Hyockman Kwon or Yunhee Kim Kwon.

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Kim, H., Han, A.M., Shim, J.H. et al. Shp2 is involved in neuronal differentiation of hippocampal precursor cells. Arch Pharm Res 30, 750–754 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02977638

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Key words

  • Shp2
  • PDGF
  • BDNF
  • Neuron
  • Differentiation