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Promotion of plasmalogen biosynthesis reverse lipid changes in a Barth Syndrome cell model

In Barth syndrome mutations in tafazzin brings about modifications in both the quantities and the molecular varieties of cardiolipin, which are the hallmarks of BTHS. In contrast to the reputable changes in CL connected with BTHS; recently a significant decrease in the plasmalogen degrees in Barth specimens has been determined. To restore the plasmalogen degrees, the here and now research reports the result of promotion of plasmalogen biosynthesis on the lipidome of lymphoblasts originated from Barth patients as well as on cell feasibility, mitochondria biogenesis, and mitochondrial membrane potential. Importantly, ³¹ P NMR revealed a significant boost in the degrees of CL, while not altering the degrees of monolysocardiolipin. In general, the results revealed the efficacy of the promo of plasmalogen biosynthesis on increasing the CL levels in a BTHS cell design and highlight the potential beneficial effect of a diet supplemented with plasmalogen forerunners to BTHS patients.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6867104


TAZ encodes tafazzin, a transacylase essential for cardiolipin formation and central to the etiology of Barth syndrome

Tafazzin, which is encoded by the TAZ gene, militarizes transacylation to form mature cardiolipin and reveals preference for the transfer of a linoleic acid team from phosphatidylcholine to monolysocardiolipin with impact from mitochondrial membrane layer curvature.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6742175


Barth Syndrome: Connecting Cardiolipin to Cardiomyopathy

Lack of tafazzin task results in cardiolipin molecular varieties diversification, increased degrees of monolysocardiolipin and reduced cardiolipin abundance. In skeletal muscular tissue and heart cells mitochondria these modifications in cardiolipin perturb the inner membrane, endangering electron transportation chain function and aerobic respiration. Reduced electron circulation from gas metabolism via NADH ubiquinone oxidoreductase activity leads to an accumulation of NADH in the matrix space and product inhibition of crucial TCA cycle enzymes. Consequently, Cori cycle activity raises to supply muscle with sugar for continued ATP manufacturing. Acetyl CoA that is not able to enter the TCA cycle is drawn away to natural acid waste products that are eliminated in pee. Overall, lowered ATP production effectiveness in BTHS is intensified under problems of enhanced energy demand.

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Fungiform Papilla Number and Olfactory Threshold Assessment in Males With and Without Barth Syndrome

The function of this research study was to utilize indices of chemosensory function to study differences in food-related sensation and makeup in men with and without Barth syndrome. Individuals consisted of 34 men with Barth syndrome in between 5 and 34 years of age and 34 age-matched controls. Olfactory limits dramatically differed in between groups; the Barth syndrome sample had a lower threshold for smell discovery, indicating greater olfactory level of sensitivity. FINAL THOUGHTS: This research study supports previous behavioral research suggesting that olfactory sensitivity is heightened in the Barth syndrome population. Although distinctions in oral anatomy did not take place, previous research suggests that certain oral sensory cues may be particularly prominent in Barth syndrome. Outcomes recommend, however, that interventions to address feeding and nutritional demands of the Barth syndrome population should think about just how food-related stimuli can be changed in order to facilitate appetite and reduce food refusal.

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Glucose Uptake and Triacylglycerol Synthesis Are Increased in Barth Syndrome Lymphoblasts

Patients might be predisposed to hypoglycemia and exhibit boosts in whole-body glucose disposal rates and a higher fat mass percent. Hence, BTHS lymphoblasts exhibit boosted sugar transport and raised glucose use for TAG synthesis. These outcomes may, partially, describe why BTHS patients display a boost in whole-body sugar disposal rates, may be inclined to hypoglycemia and exhibit a greater fat mass percent.

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Loss of tafazzin results in decreased myoblast differentiation in C2C12 cells: A myoblast model of Barth syndrome and cardiolipin deficiency

While the majority of BTHS patients show obvious skeletal myopathy, the mechanisms linking defective CL remodeling and skeletal myopathy have not been identified. Future studies need to figure out whether modifications in myogenic determination contribute to the skeletal myopathy observed in BTHS patients. The BTHS myoblast version will allow studies to illuminate mechanisms through which faulty CL renovation disrupts normal myocyte differentiation and skeletal muscle mass ontogenesis.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6443373


Cardiolipin metabolism and its causal role in the etiology of the inherited cardiomyopathy Barth syndrome

Tafazzin is an enzyme that renovates saturated fatty acyl chains within CL to unsaturated fatty acyl chains, loss of function mutations in the TAZ gene inscribing tafazzin are causal for the inherited cardiomyopathy Barth syndrome. Cells from Barth syndrome patients along with a number of versions of Barth have lowered mitochondrial functions including damaged electron transport chain function and raised responsive oxygen varieties production. Mitochondria in cells from Barth syndrome patients, in addition to numerous design microorganism mimics of Barth syndrome, are large and do not have cristae constant with the recently defined function of CL joining the generation of mitochondrial membrane contact sites. This testimonial defines CL metabolism and exactly how flaws in CL metabolism cause Barth syndrome, the etiology of Barth syndrome, and known modifiers of Barth syndrome phenotypes several of which might be discovered for their amelioration of Barth syndrome in greater organisms.

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The functions of cardiolipin in cellular metabolism–potential modifiers of the Barth syndrome phenotype

This review concentrates on the role of CL in energy metabolism. Activation of carnitine shuttle bus enzymes that are required for fatty acid metabolic process is CL reliant. The presence of considerable quantities of CL in the peroxisomal membrane layer suggests that CL may be needed for peroxisomal functions. Recognizing the role of CL in energy metabolic rate may determine physiological modifiers that worsen the loss of CL and underlie the variant in symptoms observed in Barth syndrome, a genetic problem of CL metabolic rate.

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A Drosophila model of Barth syndrome

Barth syndrome is an X-linked disease offering with cardiomyopathy and skeletal muscle mass weak point. To check out the molecular basis of Barth syndrome, we developed Drosophila melanogaster mutants, resulting from imprecise excision of a P element inserted upstream of the coding region of the tafazzin genetics. Homozygous flies for that anomaly were unable to express the full-length isoform of tafazzin, as recorded by RNA and Western blot evaluation, yet 2 shorter tafazzin transcripts were still existing, although the expression degrees of their encoded healthy proteins were as well reduced to be detectable by Western blotting. The tafazzin mutation caused an 80% reduction of cardiolipin and a diversification of its molecular make-up, comparable to the changes seen in Barth patients. Flies with the tafazzin mutation showed a reduced locomotor task, determined in flying and climbing up assays, and their indirect flight muscle mass presented constant mitochondrial problems, mostly in the cristae membranes.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/2351028


Role of calcium-independent phospholipase A₂ in the pathogenesis of Barth syndrome

Qualitative and measurable modifications of mitochondrial cardiolipin have been linked in the pathogenesis of Barth syndrome, an X-linked cardioskeletal myopathy created by a shortage in tafazzin, an enzyme in the cardiolipin remodeling pathway. Below, we first reveal that tafazzin deficiency in Drosophila interferes with the last of spermatogenesis, spermatid individualization, and triggers male sterility. Furthermore, we reveal that treatment of Barth syndrome patients' lymphoblasts in cells culture with the iPLA ₂ prevention, bromoenol lactone, partially restores their cardiolipin homeostasis.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/2363258

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