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Author Bacqueville, Daniel ♦ Jacques, Carine ♦ Duprat, Laure ♦ Jamin, Emilien L. ♦ Guiraud, Beatrice ♦ Perdu, Elisabeth ♦ Bessou-Touya, Sandrine ♦ Zalko, Daniel
Source United States Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information
Content type Text
Language English
Subject Keyword APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES ♦ ACTIVITY LEVELS ♦ ADULTS ♦ ALCOHOL DEHYDROGENASE ♦ ENZYME ACTIVITY ♦ GENES ♦ HAIR FOLLICLES ♦ METABOLISM ♦ RECEPTORS ♦ TRANSCRIPTION ♦ XENOBIOTICS
Abstract In this study, a comprehensive characterization of xenobiotic metabolizing enzymes (XMEs) based on gene expression and enzyme functionality was made in a reconstructed skin epidermal model derived from the outer root sheath (ORS) of hair follicles (ORS-RHE). The ORS-RHE model XME gene profile was consistent with native human skin. Cytochromes P450 (CYPs) consistently reported to be detected in native human skin were also present at the gene level in the ORS-RHE model. The highest Phase I XME gene expression levels were observed for alcohol/aldehyde dehydrogenases and (carboxyl) esterases. The model was responsive to the CYP inducers, 3-methylcholanthrene (3-MC) and β-naphthoflavone (βNF) after topical and systemic applications, evident at the gene and enzyme activity level. Phase II XME levels were generally higher than those of Phase I XMEs, the highest levels were GSTs and transferases, including NAT1. The presence of functional CYPs, UGTs and SULTs was confirmed by incubating the models with 7-ethoxycoumarin, testosterone, benzo(a)pyrene and 3-MC, all of which were rapidly metabolized within 24 h after topical application. The extent of metabolism was dependent on saturable and non-saturable metabolism by the XMEs and on the residence time within the model. In conclusion, the ORS-RHE model expresses a number of Phase I and II XMEs, some of which may be induced by AhR ligands. Functional XME activities were also demonstrated using systemic or topical application routes, supporting their use in cutaneous metabolism studies. Such a reproducible model will be of interest when evaluating the cutaneous metabolism and potential toxicity of innovative dermo-cosmetic ingredients. - Highlights: • Phase I and II xenobiotic metabolizing enzymes are expressed in ORS-RHE model derived from adult hair follicles. • Xenobiotic metabolizing enzymes are functional in ORS-RHE following either systemic or topical application. • Xenobiotic metabolizing enzymes are inducible in ORS-RHE. • ORS-RHE is a suitable model for studying skin metabolism. • ORS-RHE is a convenient and reliable tool for the evaluation of xenobiotics.
ISSN 0041008X
Educational Use Research
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 2017-08-15
Publisher Place United States
Journal Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology
Volume Number 329


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