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HFE hemochromatosis screening in patients with severe hip osteoarthritis: A prospective cross-sectional study.

Despite the high frequency of HFE gene mutations in Western Europe, widespread screening for HFE hemochromatosis is not recommended due to its variable phenotype. Joint pain and a premature osteoarthritis-like disease including the hip joints are the most frequent manifestation in patients with HFE hemochromatosis and iron overload. Therefore, screening of patients with severe osteoarthritis of the hip could identify patients with HFE hemochromatosis.


Hemochromatosis: pathophysiology, evaluation and management of hepatic iron overload with a focus on MRI.

Hereditary hemochromatosis (HH) is an autosomal recessive disorder that occurs in approximately 1 in 200-250 individuals. Mutations in the HFE gene leads to excess iron absorption. Excess iron in the form of non-transferrin bound iron (NTBI) causes injury and is readily up-taken by cardiomyocytes, pancreatic islet cells and hepatocytes. Symptoms greatly vary among patients and include fatigue, abdominal pain, arthralgias, impotence, decreased libido, diabetes and heart failure. Untreated hemochromatosis can...

Small molecule inhibitors of NFkB reverse iron overload and hepcidin deregulation in a zebrafish model for Hereditary Hemochromatosis Type 3.

Hereditary hemochromatosis (HH) is one of the most common genetic disorders in Caucasian populations, with no viable therapeutic options except phlebotomy. We describe a zebrafish model of human HH (HH) created by targeted mutagenesis of the gene encoding Transferrin receptor 2 (tfr2). TFR2 mutations in humans lead to HH Type 3, a rare but severe form of the disease. The tfr2 mutant model in zebrafish recapitulates the defining features of HH3; iron overload and suppression of hepcidin, the iron regulatory ...


Iron-enriched diet contributes to early onset of osteoporotic phenotype in a mouse model of hereditary hemochromatosis.

Osteoporosis is associated with chronic iron overload secondary to hereditary hemochromatosis (HH), but the causative mechanisms are incompletely understood. The main objective of this study was to investigate the role of dietary iron on osteoporosis, using as biological model the Hfe-KO mice, which have a systemic iron overload. We showed that these mice show an increased susceptibility for developing a bone loss phenotype compared to WT mice, which can be exacerbated by an iron rich diet. The dietary iron...

Transferrin and Transferrin Receptors Update.

In vertebrates, transferrin (Tf) safely delivers iron through circulation to cells. Tf-bound iron is incorporated through Tf receptor (TfR) 1-mediated endocytosis. TfR1 can mediate cellular uptake of both Tf and H-ferritin, an iron storage protein. New World arenaviruses, which cause hemorrhagic fever, and Plasmodium vivax use TfR1 for entry into host cells. Human TfR2, another receptor for Tf, is predominantly expressed in hepatocytes and erythroid precursors, and holo-Tf dramatically upregulates its expre...

Hepatic hepcidin/intestinal HIF-2α axis maintains iron absorption during iron deficiency and overload.

Iron-related disorders are among the most prevalent diseases worldwide. Systemic iron homeostasis requires hepcidin, a hepatic-derived hormone that controls iron mobilization through its molecular target, ferroportin (FPN), the only known mammalian iron exporter. This pathway is perturbed in diseases that cause iron overload. Additionally, intestinal HIF-2α is essential for the local absorptive response to systemic iron deficiency and iron overload. Our data demonstrate a hetero-tissue crosstalk mechanism,...

Orchestrated regulation of iron trafficking proteins in the kidney during iron overload facilitates systemic iron retention.

The exact route of iron through the kidney and its regulation during iron overload are not completely elucidated. Under physiologic conditions, non-transferrin and transferrin bound iron passes the glomerular filter and is reabsorbed through kidney epithelial cells, so that hardly any iron is found in the urine. To study the route of iron reabsorption through the kidney, we analyzed the location and regulation of iron metabolism related proteins in kidneys of mice with iron overload, elicited by iron dextra...

Effects of intracellular iron overload on cell death and identification of potent cell death inhibitors.

Iron overload causes many diseases, while the underlying etiologies of these diseases are unclear. Cell death processes including apoptosis, necroptosis, cyclophilin D-(CypD)-dependent necrosis and a recently described additional form of regulated cell death called ferroptosis, are dependent on iron or iron-dependent reactive oxygen species (ROS). However, whether the accumulation of intracellular iron itself induces ferroptosis or other forms of cell death is largely elusive. In present study, we study the...

Predicting factors for liver iron overload at the first magnetic resonance in children with thalassaemia major.

Transfusion dependency determines iron overload in thalassaemia major, with devastating complications. Significant liver iron overload has been observed from early childhood and we aimed to evaluate factors that could predict liver iron overload at the first magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

The Role of Mangiferin in the Prevention of Experimentally Induced Iron Overload in an Animal Model.

The leaves, fruit peels, and bark of mango trees (Mangifera indica L) contain mangiferin as an active compound with known anti-oxidative and iron chelating properties. This study aims to evaluate the benefits of mangiferin in the management of iron overload.

Peroxiredoxin 5 prevents iron overload-induced neuronal death by inhibiting mitochondrial fragmentation and endoplasmic reticulum stress in mouse hippocampal HT-22 cells.

Iron is an essential element for neuronal as well as cellular functions. However, Iron overload has been known to cause neuronal toxicity through mitochondrial fission, dysregulation of Ca, endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress, and reactive oxygen species (ROS) production. Nevertheless, the precise mechanisms of iron-induced oxidative stress and mitochondria- and ER-related iron toxicity in neuronal cells are not fully understood. In this study, we demonstrated that iron overload induces ROS production earlier...

Clinical consequences of iron overload in patients with myelodysplastic syndromes: the case for iron chelation therapy.

Patients with myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) are at increased risk of iron overload due to ineffective erythropoiesis and chronic transfusion therapy. The clinical consequences of iron overload include cardiac and/or hepatic failure, endocrinopathies, and infection risk. Areas covered: Iron chelation therapy (ICT) can help remove excess iron and ultimately reduce the clinical consequences of iron overload. The authors reviewed recent (last five years) English-language articles from PubMed on the topic of i...

Non-transferrin-bound iron transporters.

Most cells in the body acquire iron via receptor-mediated endocytosis of transferrin, the circulating iron transport protein. When cellular iron levels are sufficient, the uptake of transferrin decreases to limit further iron assimilation and prevent excessive iron accumulation. In iron overload conditions, such as hereditary hemochromatosis and thalassemia major, unregulated iron entry into the plasma overwhelms the carrying capacity of transferrin, resulting in non-transferrin-bound iron (NTBI), a redox-a...

Ameliorating Iron Overload in Intestinal Tissue of Adult Male Rats: Quercetin vs Deferoxamine.

The aim of our study is to compare the role of the new natural alternative (Quercetin) with the current iron-chelation therapy (Deferoxamine (DFO)) in the effect of iron overload on small intestinal tissues and to investigate the possible underlying molecular mechanisms of such toxicity.

Opportunistic Screening for Hereditary Hemochromatosis With Unenhanced CT: Determination of an Optimal Liver Attenuation Threshold.

The purpose of this study was to assess whether a specific liver attenuation threshold for unenhanced CT allows both sensitive opportunistic detection of unsuspected hereditary hemochromatosis and low overall screening test-positive rates.

Hepatic and cardiac and iron overload detected by T2* magnetic resonance (MRI) in patients with myelodisplastic syndrome: A cross-sectional study.

Transfusion-dependent anemia and iron overload are associatedwith reduced survival in myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS). This cross-sectional study aimed to evaluate the prevalence of hepatic and cardiac overload in patients with MDS as measured by T2* magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and its correlation with survival.

Iron-Overload triggers ADAM-17 mediated inflammation in Severe Alcoholic Hepatitis.

Severe alcoholic hepatitis (SAH) is associated with iron accumulation in hepatocytes/macrophages. This possibly correlates with inflammation and stress but the exact mechanism still remains obscure. To understand the role of iron and the mechanisms of systemic iron-overload, a transcriptomic study of liver and Peripheral Blood -Mononuclear-Cells (PBMCs) was undertaken in SAH patients, with and without hepatic iron-overload. Our results show that iron-overload in hepatocytes/macrophages is due to an increase...

Chronic iron overload induces vascular dysfunction in resistance pulmonary arteries associated with right ventricular remodeling in rats.

Although iron excess is toxic to the cardiovascular system and even that pulmonary hypertension has been reported, the role of iron overload per se remains to be clarified. This study aimed to test the effects of chronic iron-overload in rats on the morphophysiology of resistance pulmonary arteries (RPA) and right ventricle (RV) remodeling. Rats were injected with saline or iron-dextran (10, 100 and 200 mg/kg/day i.p.) for 28 days. Our results indicated increased circulating iron with significant lung dep...

Iron overload in myelodysplastic syndromes: Evidence based guidelines from the Canadian consortium on MDS.

In 2008 the first evidence-based Canadian consensus guideline addressing the diagnosis, monitoring and management of transfusional iron overload in patients with myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) was published. The Canadian Consortium on MDS, comprised of hematologists from across Canada with a clinical and academic interest in MDS, reconvened to update these guidelines. A literature search was updated in 2017; topics reviewed include mechanisms of iron overload induced cellular damage, evidence for clinical ...

IDIOPATHIC IRON OVERLOAD IN A HARBOR SEAL ( PHOCA VITULINA).

Iron overload has been described in various wild species. The majority of cases involve captive animals, often associated with increased dietary iron uptake. Here a case of idiopathic iron overload in a female adult harbor seal under human care is presented. The animal displayed a progressive anorexia, apathy, and increased serum iron levels. Radiographs showed radiopaque foreign bodies in the stomach. The seal died during an elective laparotomy. Twenty-five coins and two metal rings were removed from the s...

Severe hemochromatosis arthropathy in the absence of iron overload.

An 18 year old man presented with bilateral knee pains. He had first developed symptoms at age 15 in 1991. Physical examination in 1995 by a senior rheumatology consultant showed patellofemoral crepitus and pain on movement of the patellae over the femur with slight loss of flexion. There were no effusions. Examination of the hands, hips and ankles were unremarkable. Radiographs were available for his hips, feet and chest which were normal. His initial knee radiographs and rheumatology assessment were inter...

Increased iron deposition of deep cerebral gray matter structures in hemodialysis patients: A longitudinal study using quantitative susceptibility mapping.

The cerebral iron overload in hemodialysis patients has been reported in a previous study, in which the evaluation of the changes in iron content could be affected by the cross-sectional analysis.

The involvement of iron responsive element (-) divalent metal transporter 1-mediated the spinal iron overload via CXCL10/CXCR3 pathway in neuropathic pain in rats.

Iron is pivotal for life, but it is toxic if in excess. Iron overload mediated by divalent metal transporter 1 (DMT1) in the central nervous system has participated in various neuroinflammatory diseases. Chemokine-induced neuroinflammation involves the development of pathological pain. Recently, chemokine CXCL10 is implicated in the pathogenesis of chronic pain, however, little is known about the potential link between iron accumulation and CXCL10 in pain condition. Here, we examined whether iron accumulati...

RNA oxidation and iron levels in patients with diabetes.

The urinary biomarker for oxidative stress to RNA, 8-oxo-7,8-dihydro-guanosine (8-oxoGuo) is associated with mortality in patients with type 2 diabetes. Iron has also been linked to diabetes. In individuals with untreated hereditary iron overload it has been observed that 8-oxoGuo was higher compared to controls. In the current study, we hypothesized that 8-oxoGuo was associated with diagnosis of diabetes, and that iron confounded this association.

Iron overload by transferrin receptor protein 1 regulation plays an important role in palmitate-induced insulin resistance in human skeletal muscle cells.

Free fatty acid is considered to be one of the major pathogenic factors of inducing insulin resistance. The association between iron disturbances and insulin resistance has recently begun to receive a lot of attention. Although skeletal muscles are a major tissue for iron utilization and storage, the role of iron in palmitate (PA)-induced insulin resistance is unknown. We investigated the molecular mechanism underlying iron dysregulation in PA-induced insulin resistance. Interestingly, we found that PA simu...


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