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Fshr  -  follicle stimulating hormone receptor

Rattus norvegicus

Synonyms: FSH-R, Follicle-stimulating hormone receptor, Follitropin receptor
 
 
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Disease relevance of Fshr

 

High impact information on Fshr

 

Chemical compound and disease context of Fshr

 

Biological context of Fshr

  • Identification of the sites of N-linked glycosylation on the follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) receptor and assessment of their role in FSH receptor function [9].
  • The FSHR gene contained 10 exons and nine introns [10].
  • Comparison of the FSHR gene to the LH receptor gene revealed a number of striking similarities which clearly indicate that these receptors evolved through gene duplication [10].
  • Comparison of the sequences of the extracellular domains (ECD) of the receptors reveals two regions (amino acids 4-56 and 265-319 in FSH-R) that share relatively little amino acid sequence similarity [11].
  • Fshr rats, however, exhibited a circadian pattern (P less than 0.02) only with regard to water consumption under an LD 12:12 lighting schedule; they did not exhibit circadian patterns of drinking water (P less than 0.054) in DD or ethanol in LD (P less than 0.24) or in DD (P less than 0.67) conditions [12].
 

Anatomical context of Fshr

 

Associations of Fshr with chemical compounds

  • The selectivity for FSH is attested by the fact that the related human glycoprotein hormones human CG and human TSH do not stimulate adenylyl cyclase in FSH-R expressing cells even when these hormones are present at high concentrations [18].
  • Voluntary drinking responses to an alternating three-bottle, two-choice paradigm to tap water or to 5% ethanol were measured in adult male Fisher (Fshr; N = 14) and spontaneously hypertensive (SP; N = 16) rats for 6-9 days [12].
  • Estradiol also enhanced the extent of LH and FSH receptor formation by other cAMP-inducing ligands, including FSH, prostaglandin E2, and forskolin [19].
  • Although cortisol and dexamethasone increased choleragen-induced cAMP accumulation, only cortisol elevated LH receptors, and dexamethasone inhibited FSH receptor formation [19].
  • However, when eLH was assayed in the eCG-primed cells, it did show stimulating activity with respect to the production of plasminogen activator and progesterone; however, the dose-response curves were not parallel to those of eFSH and eCG. eCG had much less FSH receptor-binding activity (0.29 X NIH FSH-S13) than eLH [20].
 

Regulatory relationships of Fshr

 

Other interactions of Fshr

  • At 21 days of age data showed that FSH-R mRNA levels were significantly higher in both hyper- and hypothyroid rat testes compared to controls, but no differences were detected in recovered 50-day-old rats [25].
  • These results suggested that androgens regulate granulosa cell aromatase activity not only as substrates, but also by acting at a site before cAMP production (possibly at the level of the FSH receptor) in the control of FSH-induced enzyme activity [26].
  • Interestingly, BMP-15 severely reduced the levels of FSH receptor mRNA in both basal and FSH-stimulated cells [22].
  • As assumed, BMP-6 did not alter basal FSH-R mRNA levels, whereas it inhibited FSH- and forskolin- but not 8-bromo-cAMP-induced FSH-R mRNA accumulation [7].
  • Moreover, TNF-alpha impairs the LH receptor formation induced by forskolin, cholera toxin or 8-Bromo-cAMP, indicating that the cytokine also acts at a step distal to FSH receptor and to cAMP formation [27].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Fshr

References

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  22. Bone morphogenetic protein-15 inhibits follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) action by suppressing FSH receptor expression. Otsuka, F., Yamamoto, S., Erickson, G.F., Shimasaki, S. J. Biol. Chem. (2001) [Pubmed]
  23. Changes in ovarian luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone receptor content and in gonadotropin-induced ornithine decarboxylase activity during prepubertal and pubertal development of the female rat. White, S.S., Ojeda, S.R. Endocrinology (1981) [Pubmed]
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  27. Tumor necrosis factor-alpha inhibits follicle-stimulating hormone-induced differentiation in cultured rat granulosa cells. Darbon, J.M., Oury, F., Laredo, J., Bayard, F. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. (1989) [Pubmed]
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