SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

References

  • Ameen N. Figueroa Y. Salas P. Anomalous apical plasma membrane phenotype in CK8-deficient mice indicates a novel role for intermediate filaments in the polarization of simple epithelia J. Cell Sci. 2001 114 563575
  • Anderson J.M. Leaky junctions and cholestasis: a tight correlation Gastroenterology 1996 110 16621665
  • Bacallao R. Antony C. Dotti C. Karsenti E. Stelzer E.H. Simons K. The subcellular organization of Madin—Darby canine kidney cells during the formation of a polarized epithelium J. Cell Biol. 1989 109 28172832
  • Bartles J.R. Feracci H.M. Stieger B. Hubbard A.L. Biogenesis of the rat hepatocyte plasma membrane in vivo: comparison of the pathways taken by apical and basolateral proteins using subcellular fractionation J. Cell Biol. 1987 105 12411251
  • Baumann O. Walz B. Endoplasmic reticulum of animal cells and its organization into structural and functional domains Int. Rev. Cytol. 2001 205 149214
  • Bender V. Buschlen S. Cassio D. Expression and localization of hepatocyte domain-specific plasma membrane proteins in hepatoma × fibroblast hybrids and in hepatoma dedifferentiated variants J. Cell Sci. 1998 111 34373450
  • Biagini C.P. Boissel E. Borde F. Bender V.E. Bouskila M. Blazy F. Nicaise L. Mignot A. Cassio D. Chevalier S. Investigation of the hepatotoxicity profile of chemical entities using Liverbeads and WIF-B9 in vitro models Toxicol. In Vitro 2006 20 10511059
  • Blondel O. Takeda J. Janssen H. Seino S. Bell G. Sequence and functional characterization of a third inositol trisphosphate receptor subtype, IP3R-3, expressed in pancreatic islets, kidney, gastrointestinal tract, and other tissues J. Biol. Chem. 1993 268 1135611363
  • Bravo P. Bender V. Cassio D. Efficient in vitro vectorial transport of a fluorescent conjugated bile acid analogue by polarized hepatic hybrid WIF-B and WIF-B9 cells Hepatology 1998 27 576583
  • Briz O. Macias R.I. Vallejo M. Silva A. Serrano M.A. Marin J.J. Usefulness of liposomes loaded with cytostatic bile acid derivatives to circumvent chemotherapy resistance of enterohepatic tumors Mol. Pharmacol. 2003 63 742750
  • Briz O. Cassio D. Blazquez A.G. Grosse B. Serrano M.A. Marin J.J. Characterization of WIF-B9/R cells as an in vitro model with hepatocyte-like polarity and enhanced expression of canalicular ABC transporters involved in phase III of hepatic detoxification Toxicology 2007 232 2436
  • Brooling J.T. Campbell J.S. Mitchell C. Yeoh G.C. Fausto N. Differential regulation of rodent hepatocyte and oval cell proliferation by interferon γ Hepatology 2005 41 906915
  • Cantz T. Nies A.T. Brom M. Hofmann A.F. Keppler D. MRP2, a human conjugate export pump, is present and transports fluo 3 into apical vacuoles of Hep G2 cells Am. J. Physiol. Gastrointest. Liver Physiol. 2000 278 G522G531
  • Carlton V.E. Harris B.Z. Puffenberger E.G. Batta A.K. Knisely A.S. Robinson D.L. Strauss K.A. Shneider B.L. Lim W.A. Salen G. et al Complex inheritance of familial hypercholanemia with associated mutations in TJP2 and BAAT Nat. Genet. 2003 34 9196
  • Cassio D. Hamon-Benais C. Guerin M. Lecoq O. Hybrid cell lines constitute a potential reservoir of polarized cells: isolation and study of highly differentiated hepatoma-derived hybrid cells able to form functional bile canaliculi in vitro J. Cell Biol. 1991 115 13971408
  • Cassio D. Macias R.I. Grosse B. Marin J.J. Monte M.J. Expression, localization, and inducibility by bile acids of hepatobiliary transporters in the new polarized rat hepatic cell lines, Can 3–1 and Can 10 Cell Tissue Res. 2007 330 447460
  • Cerec V. Glaise D. Garnier D. Morosan S. Turlin B. Drenou B. Gripon P. Kremsdorf D. Guguen-Guillouzo C. Corlu A. Transdifferentiation of hepatocyte-like cells from the human hepatoma HepaRG cell line through bipotent progenitor Hepatology 2007 45 957967
  • Chaumontet C. Mazzoleni G. Decaens C. Bex V. Cassio D. Martel P. The polarized hepatic human/rat hybrid WIF 12-1 and WIF-B cells communicate efficiently in vitro via connexin 32-constituted gap junctions Hepatology 1998 28 164172
  • Chiu J.H. Hu C.P. Lui W.Y. Lo S.C. Chang C.M. The formation of bile canaliculi in human hepatoma cell lines Hepatology 1990 11 834842
  • Cohen D. Brennwald P.J. Rodriguez-Boulan E. Musch A. Mammalian PAR-1 determines epithelial lumen polarity by organizing the microtubule cytoskeleton J. Cell Biol. 2004a 164 717727
  • Cohen D. Rodriguez-Boulan E. Musch A. Par-1 promotes a hepatic mode of apical protein trafficking in MDCK cells Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2004b 101 1379213797
  • Colosetti P. Tunwell R.E. Cruttwell C. Arsanto J.P. Mauger J.P. Cassio D. The type 3 inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor is concentrated at the tight junction level in polarized MDCK cells J. Cell Sci. 2003 116 27912803
  • Combettes L. Tran D. Tordjmann T. Laurent M. Berthon B. Claret M. Ca2+-mobilizing hormones induce sequentially ordered Ca2+ signals in multicellular systems of rat hepatocytes Biochem. J. 1994 304 585594
  • Decaens C. Cassio D. Spatiotemporal expression of catenins, ZO-1, and occludin during early polarization of hepatic WIF-B9 cells Am. J. Physiol. Cell Physiol. 2001 280 527539
  • Decaens C. Rodriguez P. Bouchaud C. Cassio D. Establishment of hepatic cell polarity in the rat hepatoma-human fibroblast hybrid WIF-B9. A biphasic phenomenon going from a simple epithelial polarized phenotype to an hepatic polarized one J. Cell Sci. 1996 109 16231635
  • Donner M.G. Keppler D. Up-regulation of basolateral multidrug resistance protein 3 (Mrp3) in cholestatic rat liver Hepatology 2001 34 351359
  • Dufour J.F. Luthi M. Forestier M. Magnino F. Expression of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor isoforms in rat cirrhosis Hepatology 1999 30 10181026
  • Elias E. Hruban Z. Wade J.B. Boyer J.L. Phalloidin-induced cholestasis: A microfilament-mediated change in junctional complex permeability Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 1980 77 22292233
  • Gradilone S.A. Tietz P.S. Splinter P.L. Marinelli R.A. LaRusso N.F. Expression and subcellular localization of aquaporin water channels in the polarized hepatocyte cell line, WIF-B BMC Physiol. 2005 5 13
  • Graf J. Boyer J.L. The use of isolated rat hepatocyte couplets in hepatobiliary physiology J. Hepatol. 1990 10 387394
  • Graf J. Gautam A. Boyer J.L. Isolated rat hepatocyte couplets: a primary secretory unit for electrophysiologic studies of bile secretory function Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 1984 81 65166520
  • Gripon P. Rumin S. Urban S. Le Seyec J. Glaise D. Cannie I. Guyomard C. Lucas J. Trepo C. Guguen-Guillouzo C. Infection of a human hepatoma cell line by hepatitis B virus Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2002 99 1565515660
  • Guillouzo A. Corlu A. Aninat C. Glaise D. Morel F. Guguen-Guillouzo C. The human hepatoma HepaRG cells: a highly differentiated model for studies of liver metabolism and toxicity of xenobiotics Chem. Biol. Interact. 2007 168 6673
  • Guo Y. Nyasae L. Braiterman L.T. Hubbard A.L. NH2-terminal signals in ATP7B Cu-ATPase mediate its Cu-dependent anterograde traffic in polarized hepatic cells Am. J. Physiol. Gastrointest. Liver Physiol. 2005 289 G904G916
  • Hadj-Rabia S. Baala L. Vabres P. Hamel-Teillac D. Jacquemin E. Fabre M. Lyonnet S. de Prost Y. Munnich A. Hadchouel M. et al Claudin-1 gene mutations in neonatal sclerosing cholangitis associated with ichthyosis: a tight junction disease Gastroenterology 2004 127 13861390
  • Hamilton G. Jolley S. Gilbert D. Coon J. Barros S. LeCluyse E. Regulation of cell morphology and cytochrome P450 expression in human hepatocytes by extracellular matrix and cell—cell interactions Cell Tissue Res. 2001 306 8599
  • Haouzi D. Baghdiguian S. Granier G. Travo P. Mangeat P. Hibner U. Three-dimensional polarization sensitizes hepatocytes to Fas/CD95 apoptotic signalling J. Cell Sci. 2005 118 27632773
  • Harada M. Sakisaka S. Terada K. Kimura R. Kawaguchi T. Koga H. Taniguchi E. Sasatomi K. Miura N. Suganuma T. et al Role of ATP7B in biliary copper excretion in a human hepatoma cell line and normal rat hepatocytes Gastroenterology 2000 118 921928
  • Harder C.J. Meng A. Rippstein P. McBride H.M. McPherson R. SR-BI undergoes cholesterol-stimulated transcytosis to the bile canaliculus in polarized WIF-B cells J. Biol. Chem. 2007 282 14451455
  • Hernandez E. Leite M.F. Guerra M.T. Kruglov E.A. Bruna-Romero O. Rodrigues M.A. Gomes D.A. Giordano F.J. Dranoff J.A. Nathanson M.H. The spatial distribution of inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor isoforms shapes Ca2+ waves J. Biol. Chem. 2007 282 1005710067
  • Herrema H. Czajkowska D. Theard D. van der Wouden J.M. Kalicharan D. Zolghadr B. Hoekstra D. van Ijzendoorn S.C. Rho kinase, myosin-II, and p42/44 MAPK control extracellular matrix-mediated apical bile canalicular lumen morphogenesis in HepG2 cells Mol. Biol. Cell 2006 17 32913303
  • Hubbard A.L. Barr V.A. Scott L.J. Arias I.M. Boyer J.L. Fausto N. Schachter D. Shafritz D.A. Hepatocyte surface polarity The Liver: Biology and Pathobiology 1994 New York Raven Press 189214
  • Ihrke G. Neufeld E.B. Meads T. Shanks M.R. Cassio D. Laurent M. Schroer T.A. Pagano R.E. Hubbard A.L. WIF-B cells: an in vitro model for studies of hepatocyte polarity J. Cell Biol. 1993 123 17611775
  • Ihrke G. Martin G.V. Shanks M.R. Schrader M. Schroer T.A. Hubbard A.L. Apical plasma membrane proteins and endolyn-78 travel through a subapical compartment in polarized WIF-B hepatocytes J. Cell Biol. 1998 141 115133
  • Kannarkat G.T. Tuma D.J. Tuma P.L. Microtubules are more stable and more highly acetylated in ethanol-treated hepatic cells J. Hepatol. 2006 44 963970
  • Kawahara H. Cadrin M. Perry G. Autilio-Gambetti L. Swierenga S.H. Metuzals J. Marceau N. French S.W. Role of cytokeratin intermediate filaments in transhepatic transport and canalicular secretion Hepatology 1990 11 435448
  • Kikuchi S. Hata M. Fukumoto K. Yamane Y. Matsui T. Tamura A. Yonemura S. Yamagishi H. Keppler D. Tsukita S. Radixin deficiency causes conjugated hyperbilirubinemia with loss of Mrp2 from bile canalicular membranes Nat. Genet. 2002 31 320325
  • Kipp H. Arias I.M. Trafficking of canalicular ABC transporters in hepatocytes Annu. Rev. Physiol. 2002 64 595608
  • Knasmuller S. Mersch-Sundermann V. Kevekordes S. Darroudi F. Huber W.W. Hoelzl C. Bichler J. Majer B.J. Use of human-derived liver cell lines for the detection of environmental and dietary genotoxicants; current state of knowledge Toxicology 2004 198 315328
  • Kneteman N.M. Mercer D.F. Mice with chimeric human livers: who says supermodels have to be tall? Hepatology 2005 41 703706
  • Kojima T. Yamamoto T. Murata M. Chiba H. Kokai Y. Sawada N. Regulation of the blood—biliary barrier: interaction between gap and tight junctions in hepatocytes Med. Electron Microsc. 2003a 36 157164
  • Kojima H. Nies A.T. Konig J. Hagmann W. Spring H. Uemura M. Fukui H. Keppler D. Changes in the expression and localization of hepatocellular transporters and radixin in primary biliary cirrhosis J. Hepatol. 2003b 39 693702
  • Ku N.O. Darling J.M. Krams S.M. Esquivel C.O. Keeffe E.B. Sibley R.K. Lee Y.M. Wright T.L. Omary M.B. Keratin 8 and 18 mutations are risk factors for developing liver disease of multiple etiologies Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2003 100 60636068
  • Kubitz R. Sutfels G. Kuhlkamp T. Kolling R. Haussinger D. Trafficking of the bile salt export pump from the Golgi to the canalicular membrane is regulated by the p38 MAP kinase Gastroenterology 2004 126 541553
  • Leite M.F. Nathanson M.H. Arias I.M. Chisari F.V. Fausto N. Schachter D.A. Calcium signaling in the hepatocyte The Liver: Biology and Pathobiology 2001 Philadelphia Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins 537554
  • Le Vee M. Jigorel E. Glaise D. Gripon P. Guguen-Guillouzo C. Fardel O. Functional expression of sinusoidal and canalicular hepatic drug transporters in the differentiated human hepatoma HepaRG cell line Eur. J. Pharm. Sci. 2006 28 109117
  • Lohmann V. Körner F. Koch J.-O. Herian U. Theilmann L. Bartenschlager R. Replication of subgenomic hepatitis C virus RNAs in a hepatoma cell line Science 1999 285 110113
  • Majewski J.L. Yang V.W. The class I alcohol dehydrogenase gene is glucocorticoid-responsive in the rat hepatoma microcell hybrid cell line, 11–3 Alcohol Clin. Exp. Res. 1995 19 14301434
  • Maurice M. Rogier E. Cassio D. Feldmann G. Formation of plasma membrane domains in rat hepatocytes and hepatoma cell lines in culture J. Cell Sci. 1988 90 7992
  • Meldolesi J. Pozzan T. The heterogeneity of ER Ca2+ stores has a key role in nonmuscle cell signaling and function J. Cell Biol. 1998 142 13951398
  • Moghe P.V. Berthiaume F. Ezzell R.M. Toner M. Tompkins R.G. Yarmush M.L. Culture matrix configuration and composition in the maintenance of hepatocyte polarity and function Biomaterials 1996 17 373385
  • Monte M.J. Badia M.D. Serrano M.A. Sacristan M.P. Cassio D. Marin J.J. Predominance of human versus rat phenotype in the metabolic pathways for bile acid synthesis by hybrid WIF-B9 cells Biochim. Biophys. Acta 2001 1534 4555
  • Musat A.I. Sattler C.A. Sattler G.L. Pitot H.C. Reestablishment of cell polarity of rat hepatocytes in primary culture Hepatology 1993 18 198205
  • Nathanson M.H. Burgstahler A.D. Fallon M.B. Multistep mechanism of polarized Ca2+ wave patterns in hepatocytes Am. J. Physiol. Gastrointest. Liver Physiol. 1994 267 G338G349
  • Nathanson M.H. Rios-Velez L. Burgstahler A.D. Mennone A. Communication via gap junctions modulates bile secretion in the isolated perfused rat liver Gastroenterology 1999 116 11761183
  • Nelles E. Butzler C. Jung D. Temme A. Gabriel H.D. Dahl U. Traub O. Stumpel F. Jungermann K. Zielasek J. et al Defective propagation of signals generated by sympathetic nerve stimulation in the liver of connexin32-deficient mice Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 1996 93 95659570
  • Nelson W.J. Adaptation of core mechanisms to generate cell polarity Nature 2003 422 766774
  • Ng K.H. Le Goascogne C. Amborade E. Stieger B. Deschatrette J. Reversible induction of rat hepatoma cell polarity with bile acids J. Cell Sci. 2000 113 42414251
  • Nies A.T. Cantz T. Brom M. Leier I. Keppler D. Expression of the apical conjugate export pump, Mrp2, in the polarized hepatoma cell line, WIF-B Hepatology 1998 28 13321340
  • Novikoff P.M. Cammer M. Tao L. Oda H. Stockert R.J. Wolkoff A.W. Satir P. Three-dimensional organization of rat hepatocyte cytoskeleton: relation to the asialoglycoprotein endocytosis pathway J. Cell Sci. 1996 109 2132
  • Nyasae L.K. Hubbard A.L. Tuma P.L. Transcytotic efflux from early endosomes is dependent on cholesterol and glycosphingolipids in polarized hepatic cells Mol. Biol. Cell 2003 14 26892705
  • Parent R. Marion M.-J. Furio L. Trepo C. Petit M.-A. Origin and characterization of a human bipotent liver progenitor cell line Gastroenterology 2004 126 11471156
  • Pauli-Magnus C. Stieger B. Meier Y. Kullak-Ublick G.A. Meier P.J. Enterohepatic transport of bile salts and genetics of cholestasis J. Hepatol. 2005 43 342357
  • Peng X. Grosse B. Le Tiec B. Nicolas V. Delagebeaudeuf C. Bedda T. Decaens C. Cassio D. How to induce non-polarized cells of hepatic origin to express typical hepatocyte polarity: generation of new highly polarized cell models with developed and functional bile canaliculi Cell Tissue Res. 2006 323 233243
  • Phung-Koskas T. Pilon A. Pous C. Betzina C. Sturm M. Bourguet-Kondracki M.-L. Durand G. Drechou A. STAT5B-mediated growth hormone signaling is organized by highly dynamic microtubules in hepatic cells J. Biol. Chem. 2005 280 11231131
  • Pous C. Chabin K. Drechou A. Barbot L. Phung-Koskas T. Settegrana C. Bourguet-Kondracki M.L. Maurice M. Cassio D. Guyot M. et al Functional specialization of stable and dynamic microtubules in protein traffic in WIF-B cells J. Cell Biol. 1998 142 153165
  • Ramnarayanan S.P. Cheng C.A. Bastaki M. Tuma P.L. Exogenous MAL reroutes selected hepatic apical proteins into the direct pathway in WIF-B Cells Mol. Biol. Cell 2007 18 27072715
  • Sai Y. Nies A.T. Arias I.M. Bile acid secretion and direct targeting of mdr1-green fluorescent protein from Golgi to the canalicular membrane in polarized WIF-B cells J. Cell Sci. 1999 112 45354545
  • Schadinger S.E. Bucher N.L.R. Schreiber B.M. Farmer S.R. PPARγ2 regulates lipogenesis and lipid accumulation in steatotic hepatocytes Am. J. Physiol. Endocrinol. Metab. 2005 288 11951205
  • Sehgal S. Guerra M.T. Kruglov E.A. Wang J. Nathanson M.H. Protein 4.1N does not interact with the inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptor in an epithelial cell line Cell Calcium 2005 38 469480
  • Simons K. Fuller S.D. Cell surface polarity in epithelia Annu. Rev. Cell Biol. 1985 1 243288
  • Sormunen R. Eskelinen S. Lehto V.P. Bile canaliculus formation in cultured HEPG2 cells Lab. Invest. 1993 68 652662
  • Strautnieks S.S. Bull L.N. Knisely A.S. Kocoshis S.A. Dahl N. Arnell H. Sokal E. Dahan K. Childs S. Ling V. et al A gene encoding a liver-specific ABC transporter is mutated in progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis Nat. Genet. 1998 20 233238
  • Theard D. Steiner M. Kalicharan D. Hoekstra D. van Ijzendoorn S.C. Cell polarity development and protein trafficking in hepatocytes lacking E-cadherin/β-catenin-based adherens junctions Mol. Biol. Cell 2007 18 23132321
  • Trauner M. Boyer J.L. Bile salt transporters: molecular characterization, function, and regulation Physiol. Rev. 2003 83 633671
  • Tsukada N. Phillips M.J. Bile canalicular contraction is coincident with reorganization of pericanalicular filaments and co-localization of actin and myosin-II J. Histochem. Cytochem. 1993 41 353363
  • Tsukada N. Ackerley C.A. Phillips M.J. The structure and organization of the bile canalicular cytoskeleton with special reference to actin and actin-binding proteins Hepatology 1995 21 11061113
  • Vermassen E. Parys J.B. Mauger J.P. Subcellular distribution of the inositol 1,4,5-trisphosphate receptors: functional relevance and molecular determinants Biol. Cell 2004 96 317
  • Vinken M. Papeleu P. Snykers S. De Rop E. Henkens T. Chipman J.K. Rogiers V. Vanhaecke T. Involvement of cell junctions in hepatocyte culture functionality Crit. Rev. Toxicol. 2006 36 299318
  • Voeltz G.K. Rolls M.M. Rapoport T.A. Structural organization of the endoplasmic reticulum EMBO Rep. 2002 3 944950
  • Wakabayashi Y. Lippincott-Schwartz J. Arias I.M. Intracellular trafficking of bile salt export pump (ABCB11) in polarized hepatic cells: constitutive cycling between the canalicular membrane and rab11-positive endosomes Mol. Biol. Cell 2004 15 34853496
  • Wakabayashi Y. Kipp H. Arias I.M. Transporters on Demand: Intracellular Reservoirs and Cycling of Bile Canalicular ABC Transporters J. Biol. Chem. 2006 281 2766927673
  • Yang Y. Pan X. Lei W. Wang J. Song J. Transforming growth factor-β1 induces epithelial-to-mesenchymal transition and apoptosis via a cell cycle-dependent mechanism Oncogene 2006 25 72357244
  • Yeaman C. Grindstaff K.K. Nelson W.J. New perspectives on mechanisms involved in generating epithelial cell polarity Physiol. Rev. 1999 79 7398
  • Zatloukal K. Stumptner C. Fuchsbichler A. Fickert P. Lackner C. Trauner M. Denk H. The keratin cytoskeleton in liver diseases J. Pathol. 2004 204 367376
  • Zegers M.M. Hoekstra D. Sphingolipid transport to the apical plasma membrane domain in human hepatoma cells is controlled by PKC and PKA activity: A correlation with cell polarity in HepG2 cells J. Cell Biol. 1997 138 307321
  • Zegers M.M. Zaal K.J. van IJzendoorn S.C. Klappe K. Hoekstra D. Actin filaments and microtubules are involved in different membrane traffic pathways that transport sphingolipids to the apical surface of polarized HepG2 cells Mol. Biol. Cell 1998 9 19391949