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Mitophagy and mitochondria biogenesis are differentially induced in rat skeletal muscles during immobilization and/or remobilization

Abstract : Mitochondria alterations are a classical feature of muscle immobilization, and autophagy is required for the elimination of deficient mitochondria (mitophagy) and the maintenance of muscle mass. We focused on the regulation of mitochondrial quality control during immobilization and remobilization in rat gastrocnemius (GA) and tibialis anterior (TA) muscles, which have very different atrophy and recovery kinetics. We studied mitochondrial biogenesis, dynamic, movement along microtubules, and addressing to autophagy. Our data indicated that mitochondria quality control adapted differently to immobilization and remobilization in GA and TA muscles. Data showed i) a disruption of mitochondria dynamic that occurred earlier in the immobilized TA, ii) an overriding role of mitophagy that involved Parkin-dependent and/or independent processes during immobilization in the GA and during remobilization in the TA, and iii) increased mitochondria biogenesis during remobilization in both muscles. This strongly emphasized the need to consider several muscle groups to study the mechanisms involved in muscle atrophy and their ability to recover, in order to provide broad and/or specific clues for the development of strategies to maintain muscle mass and improve the health and quality of life of patients.
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Christiane Deval, Julie Calonne, Cécile Coudy-Gandilhon, Emilie Vazeille, Daniel Bechet, et al.. Mitophagy and mitochondria biogenesis are differentially induced in rat skeletal muscles during immobilization and/or remobilization. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, MDPI, 2020, 21 (10), pp.3691. ⟨10.3390/ijms21103691⟩. ⟨hal-02935975⟩

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