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Adiporon, an adiponectin receptor agonist acts as an antidepressant and metabolic regulator in a mouse model of depression

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Abstract

Major depression is a psychiatric disorder with complex etiology. About 30% of depressive patients are resistant to antidepressants that are currently available, likely because they only target the monoaminergic systems. Thus, identification of novel antidepressants with a larger action spectrum is urgently required. Epidemiological data indicate high comorbidity between metabolic and psychiatric disorders, particularly obesity and depression. We used a well-characterized anxiety/depressive-like mouse model consisting of continuous input of corticosterone for seven consecutive weeks. A panel of reliable behavioral tests were conducted to assessing numerous facets of the depression-like state, including anxiety, resignation, reduced motivation, loss of pleasure, and social withdrawal. Furthermore, metabolic features including weight, adiposity, and plasma biological parameters (lipids, adipokines, and cytokines) were investigated in corticosterone-treated mice. Our data show that chronic administration of corticosterone induced the parallel onset of metabolic and behavioral dysfunctions in mice. AdipoRon, a potent adiponectin receptor agonist, prevented the corticosterone-induced early onset of moderate obesity and metabolic syndromes. Moreover, in all the behavioral tests, daily treatment with AdipoRon successfully reversed the corticosterone-induced depression-like state in mice. AdipoRon exerted its pleiotropic actions on various systems including hippocampal neurogenesis, serotonergic neurotransmission, neuroinflammation, and the tryptophan metabolic pathway, which can explain its antidepressant properties. Our study highlights the pivotal role of the adiponergic system in the development of both metabolic and psychiatric disorders. AdipoRon may constitute a promising novel antidepressant.
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inserm-02438258 , version 1 (14-01-2020)

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Sarah Nicolas, Delphine Debayle, Catherine Béchade, Luc Maroteaux, Anne-Sophie Gay, et al.. Adiporon, an adiponectin receptor agonist acts as an antidepressant and metabolic regulator in a mouse model of depression. Translational Psychiatry, 2018, 8 (1), pp.159. ⟨10.1038/s41398-018-0210-y⟩. ⟨inserm-02438258⟩
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