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SERCA2a tyrosine nitration coincides with impairments in maximal SERCA activity in left ventricles from tafazzin-deficient mice.

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Summary of "SERCA2a tyrosine nitration coincides with impairments in maximal SERCA activity in left ventricles from tafazzin-deficient mice."

The sarco/endoplasmic reticulum Ca -ATPase (SERCA) is imperative for normal cardiac function regulating both muscle relaxation and contractility. SERCA2a is the predominant isoform in cardiac muscles and is inhibited by phospholamban (PLN). Under conditions of oxidative stress, SERCA2a may also be impaired by tyrosine nitration. Tafazzin (Taz) is a mitochondrial-specific transacylase that regulates mature cardiolipin (CL) formation, and its absence leads to mitochondrial dysfunction and excessive production of reactive oxygen/nitrogen species (ROS/RNS). In the present study, we examined SERCA function, SERCA2a tyrosine nitration, and PLN expression/phosphorylation in left ventricles (LV) obtained from young (3-5 months) and old (10-12 months) wild-type (WT) and Taz knockdown (Taz ) male mice. These mice are a mouse model for Barth syndrome, which is characterized by mitochondrial dysfunction, excessive ROS/RNS production, and dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM). Here, we show that maximal SERCA activity was impaired in both young and old Taz LV, a result that correlated with elevated SERCA2a tyrosine nitration. In addition PLN protein was decreased, and its phosphorylation was increased in Taz LV compared with control, which suggests that PLN may not contribute to the impairments in SERCA function. These changes in expression and phosphorylation of PLN may be an adaptive response aimed to improve SERCA function in Taz mice. Nonetheless, we demonstrate for the first time that SERCA function is impaired in LVs obtained from young and old Taz mice likely due to elevated ROS/RNS production. Future studies should determine whether improving SERCA function can improve cardiac contractility and pathology in Taz mice.

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Name: Physiological reports
ISSN: 2051-817X
Pages: e14215

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