The UPR preserves mature oligodendrocyte viability and function in adults by regulating autophagy of PLP.

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Summary of "The UPR preserves mature oligodendrocyte viability and function in adults by regulating autophagy of PLP."

Maintaining cellular proteostasis is essential for oligodendrocyte viability and function; however, its underlying mechanisms remain unexplored. The UPR, comprising three parallel branches IRE1, PERK, and ATF6α, is a major mechanism that maintains cellular proteostasis by facilitating protein folding, attenuating protein translation, and enhancing autophagy and ERAD. Here we reported that impaired UPR in oligodendrocytes via deletion of PERK and ATF6α did not affect developmental myelination, but caused late-onset mature oligodendrocyte dysfunction and death in young adult mice. The detrimental effects of the impaired UPR on mature oligodendrocytes were accompanied by autophagy impairment and intracellular PLP accumulation, and were rescued by PLP deletion. Data indicate that PLP is degraded by autophagy and that intracellular PLP accumulation is cytotoxic to oligodendrocytes. Thus, these findings imply that the UPR is required for maintaining cellular proteostasis and the viability and function of mature oligodendrocytes in adults by regulating autophagy of PLP.


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