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Fiziol. Zh. 2013; 59(6): 141-154


Mithochondria signaling in adaptation to hypoxia

Luk'ianova LD

    Institute of General Pathology and Pathophysiology, RAMS, Moscow, Russia
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/fz59.06.141

Abstract

A bioenergetic mechanism for development of urgent adaptation to hypoxia is considered. Hypoxia induces reprogramming of respiratory chain function and switching from oxidation of NAD-related substrates (complex I) to succinate oxidation (complex II). Transient, reversible, compensatory activation of respiratory chain complex II is a major mechanism of urgent adaptation to hypoxia necessary for 1) succinate- related energy synthesis in conditions of oxygen deficiency and formation of urgent resistance in the body; 2) succinate- related stabilization of HIF-1alpha and initiation of its transcriptional activity related with formation of urgent and long-term adaptation; 3) succinate- related activation of a succinate-specific receptor GPR91. Therefore succinate is a signaling molecule, and its effects are realized at three levels in hypoxia, intramitochondrial, intracellular and intercellular.

Keywords: hypoxia, adaptation, respiratory chain reprogramming,mitochondrial complexes I and II, HIF-1б, GPR91

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