Chicco 2018 J Biol Chem

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Chicco AJ, Le CH, Gnaiger E, Dreyer HC, Muyskens JB, D'Alessandro A, Nemkov T, Hocker AD, Prenni JE, Wolfe LM, Sindt NM, Lovering AT, Subudhi AW, Roach RC (2018) Adaptive remodeling of skeletal muscle energy metabolism in high-altitude hypoxia: Lessons from AltitudeOmics. J Biol Chem 293:6659-71.

Β» PMID: 29540485 Open Access

Chicco AJ, Le CH, Gnaiger Erich, Dreyer HC, Muyskens JB, D'Alessandro A, Nemkov T, Hocker AD, Prenni JE, Wolfe LM, Sindt NM, Lovering AT, Subudhi AW, Roach RC (2018) J Biol Chem

Abstract: Metabolic responses to hypoxia play important roles in cell survival strategies and disease pathogenesis in humans. However, the homeostatic adjustments that balance changes in energy supply and demand to maintain organismal function under chronic low oxygen conditions remain incompletely understood, making it difficult to distinguish adaptive from maladaptive responses in hypoxia-related pathologies. We integrated metabolomic and proteomic profiling with mitochondrial respirometry and blood gas analyses to comprehensively define the physiological responses of skeletal muscle energy metabolism to 16 days of high-altitude hypoxia (5260 m) in healthy volunteers from the AltitudeOmics project. In contrast to the view that hypoxia downregulates aerobic metabolism, results show that mitochondria play a central role in muscle hypoxia adaptation by supporting higher resting phosphorylation potential and enhancing the efficiency of long-chain acylcarnitine oxidation. This directs increases in muscle glucose towards pentose phosphate and one-carbon metabolism pathways that support cytosolic redox balance and help mitigate the effects of increased protein and purine nucleotide catabolism in hypoxia. Muscle accumulation of free amino acids favor these adjustments by coordinating cytosolic and mitochondrial pathways to rid the cell of excess nitrogen, but might ultimately limit muscle oxidative capacity in vivo. Collectively, these studies illustrate how an integration of aerobic and anaerobic metabolism is required for physiological hypoxia adaptation in skeletal muscle, and highlight protein catabolism and allosteric regulation as unexpected orchestrators of metabolic remodeling in this context. These findings have important implications for the management of hypoxia-related diseases and other conditions associated with chronic catabolic stress.

β€’ Keywords: Anaplerosis, Beta-oxidation, Bioenergetics, Fatty acid oxidation, Glycolysis, Hypoxia, Mitochondrial metabolism, One-carbon metabolism, Oxidation-reduction (redox) β€’ Bioblast editor: Kandolf G β€’ O2k-Network Lab: US CO Fort Collins Chicco AJ, AT Innsbruck Gnaiger E, AT Innsbruck Oroboros

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Labels: MiParea: Respiration, Exercise physiology;nutrition;life style, mt-Medicine 

Stress:Hypoxia  Organism: Human  Tissue;cell: Skeletal muscle  Preparation: Permeabilized tissue 

Coupling state: LEAK, OXPHOS, ET  Pathway: F, N, S  HRR: Oxygraph-2k 


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