Alzheimer's disease-associated neurotoxic peptide amyloid-beta impairs base excision repair in human neuroblastoma cells(133 visite) Forestier A, Douki T, Sauvaigo S, De Rosa V, Demeilliers C, Rachidi W
Int J Mol Sc (ISSN: 1422-0067linking, 1422-0067electronic, 1661-6596), 2012 Nov 13; 13(11): 14766-14787.
Tipo di articolo: Journal Article, Research Support, Non-U. S. Gov'T,
Impact factor: 2.464, Impact factor a 5 anni: 2.732
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Parole chiave: Alzheimer Disease Metabolism, Amyloid Beta-Peptides Genetics Metabolism, Cell Line, Tumor, Dna Damage Drug Effects Genetics, Dna Repair Drug Effects Genetics, Mitochondrial Genetics Metabolism, Gene Expression, Gene Expression Regulation, Neoplastic, Guanosine Analogs, Derivatives Metabolism, Humans, Neuroblastoma Genetics Metabolism, Oxidants Pharmacology, Oxidative Stress Drug Effects Genetics, Peptide Fragments Genetics Metabolism,
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Alzheimer's disease (AD) is the leading cause of dementia in developed countries. It is characterized by two major pathological hallmarks, one of which is the extracellular aggregation of the neurotoxic peptide amyloid-beta (Abeta), which is known to generate oxidative stress. In this study, we showed that the presence of Abeta in a neuroblastoma cell line led to an increase in both nuclear and mitochondrial DNA damage. Unexpectedly, a concomitant decrease in basal level of base excision repair, a major route for repairing oxidative DNA damage, was observed at the levels of both gene expression and protein activity. Moreover, the addition of copper sulfate or hydrogen peroxide, used to mimic the oxidative stress observed in AD-affected brains, potentiates Abeta-mediated perturbation of DNA damage/repair systems in the "Abeta cell line". Taken together, these findings indicate that Abeta could act as double-edged sword by both increasing oxidative nuclear/mitochondrial damage and preventing its repair. The synergistic effects of increased ROS production, accumulated DNA damage and impaired DNA repair could participate in, and partly explain, the massive loss of neurons observed in Alzheimer's disease since both oxidative stress and DNA damage can trigger apoptosis.<br>
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