Reference : Subcellular origin of mitochondrial DNA deletions in human skeletal muscle.
Scientific journals : Article
Life sciences : Biochemistry, biophysics & molecular biology
Systems Biomedicine
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/37460
Subcellular origin of mitochondrial DNA deletions in human skeletal muscle.
English
Vincent, Amy E mailto []
Rosa, Hannah S []
Pabis, Kamil []
Lawless, Conor []
Chen, Chun []
Grünewald, Anne mailto [University of Luxembourg > Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) > >]
Rygiel, Karolina A. []
Rocha, Mariana C. []
Reeve, Amy K. []
Falkous, Gavin []
Perissi, Valentina []
White, Kathryn []
Davy, Tracey []
Petrof, Basil J. []
Sayer, Avan A. []
Cooper, Cyrus []
Deehan, David []
Taylor, Robert W. []
Turnbull, Doug M. []
Picard, Martin []
Aug-2018
Annals of Neurology
John Wiley & Sons
84
2
289-301
Yes (verified by ORBilu)
International
0364-5134
1531-8249
Hoboken
NY
[en] mitochondria ; muscle ; mitochondrial DNA ; respiratory chain deficiency
[en] OBJECTIVE: In patients with mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) maintenance disorders and with aging, mtDNA deletions sporadically form and clonally expand within individual muscle fibers, causing respiratory chain deficiency. This study aimed to identify the sub-cellular origin and potential mechanisms underlying this process.
METHODS: Serial skeletal muscle cryosections from patients with multiple mtDNA deletions were subjected to subcellular immunofluorescent, histochemical, and genetic analysis.
RESULTS: We report respiratory chain-deficient perinuclear foci containing mtDNA deletions, which show local elevations of both mitochondrial mass and mtDNA copy number. These subcellular foci of respiratory chain deficiency are associated with a local increase in mitochondrial biogenesis and unfolded protein response signaling pathways. We also find that the commonly reported segmental pattern of mitochondrial deficiency is consistent with the three-dimensional organization of the human skeletal muscle mitochondrial network.
INTERPRETATION: We propose that mtDNA deletions first exceed the biochemical threshold causing biochemical deficiency in focal regions adjacent to the myonuclei, and induce mitochondrial biogenesis before spreading across the muscle fiber. These subcellular resolution data provide new insights into the possible origin of mitochondrial respiratory chain deficiency in mitochondrial myopathy.
Researchers
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/37460
10.1002/ana.25288
FnR ; FNR9631103 > Anne Gr�newald > Model IPD > Modelling idiopathic Parkinson�s disease-associated somatic variation in dopaminergic neurons > 01/01/2016 > 31/12/2020 > 2015

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