Seo 2020 J Clin Med

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Seo DY, Heo JW, No MH, Yoo SZ, Ko JR, Park DH, Kang JH, Kim CJ, Jung SJ, Han J, Kwak HB (2020) Exercise training protects against atorvastatin-induced skeletal muscle dysfunction and mitochondrial dysfunction in the skeletal muscle of rats. J Clin Med 9:E2292.

» PMID: 32707695 Open Access

Seo Dae Yun, Heo Jun-Won, No Mi-Hyun, Yoo Su-Zi, Ko Jeong Rim, Park Dong-Ho, Kang Ju-Hee, Kim Chang-Ju, Jung Su-Jeen, Han Jin, Kwak Hyo-Bum (2020) J Clin Med

Abstract: Statins are used to prevent and treat atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, but they also induce myopathy and mitochondrial dysfunction. Here, we investigated whether exercise training prevents glucose intolerance, muscle impairment, and mitochondrial dysfunction in the skeletal muscles of Wistar rats treated with atorvastatin (5 mg kg-1 day-1) for 12 weeks. The rats were assigned to the following three groups: the control (CON), atorvastatin-treated (ATO), and ATO plus aerobic exercise training groups (ATO+EXE). The ATO+EXE group exhibited higher glucose tolerance and forelimb strength and lower creatine kinase levels than the other groups. Mitochondrial respiratory and Ca2+ retention capacity was significantly lower in the ATO group than in the other groups, but exercise training protected against atorvastatin-induced impairment in both the soleus and white gastrocnemius muscles. The mitochondrial H2O2 emission rate was relatively higher in the ATO group and lower in the ATO+EXE group, in both the soleus and white gastrocnemius muscles, than in the CON group. In the soleus muscle, the Bcl-2, SOD1, SOD2, Akt, and AMPK phosphorylation levels were significantly higher in the ATO+EXE group than in the ATO group. In the white gastrocnemius muscle, the SOD2, Akt, and AMPK phosphorylation levels were significantly higher in the ATO+EXE group than in the ATO group. Therefore, exercise training might regulate atorvastatin-induced muscle damage, muscle fatigue, and mitochondrial dysfunction in the skeletal muscles.

Keywords: Exercise, Mitochondria, Myopathy, Skeletal muscle, Statin Bioblast editor: Plangger M O2k-Network Lab: KR Busan Han J


Labels: MiParea: Respiration, Exercise physiology;nutrition;life style, Pharmacology;toxicology 


Organism: Rat  Tissue;cell: Skeletal muscle  Preparation: Permeabilized tissue 


Coupling state: LEAK, OXPHOS  Pathway:HRR: Oxygraph-2k 

2020-07, KR