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An impaired respiratory electron chain triggers down-regulation of the energy metabolism and de-ubiquitination of solute carrier amino acid transporters


ABSTRACT: We integrated metabolome and proteome profiles of the parental cell line 143B.TK- versus ρ0, including PTM analyses such as phosphorylation and ubiquitination to characterize the impact of the absence of mtDNA for the entire cell. For quantitative proteome profiling, we used a shotgun LC-MS/MS approach including the classical SILAC labeling. For comprehensive metabolome profiling, we applied a targeted LC-MS approach, based on multiple reaction monitoring (MRM).

Our study revealed that mtDNA depletion leads to a non-uniform down-regulation of the mitochondrial energy metabolism in ρ0 cells on the proteome level. Metabolites of the TCA cycle were highly dysregulated which in turn had an impact on the amino acid levels, which were up regulated. Perturbation of the mitochondrial energy metabolism could lead to an activation of the retrograde response, indicated by sets of up-regulated signaling pathways in ρ0 cells, further supported by altered phosphorylation in signaling pathways and the cytoskeleton as well as de-ubiquitination of SLC transporters.

INSTRUMENT(S): Q Exactive

ORGANISM(S): Homo sapiens  

TISSUE(S): Bone Marrow

DISEASE(S): Osteosarcoma

SUBMITTER: Ina Gielisch  

PROVIDER: PXD002425 | Pride | 2016-02-08

SECONDARY ACCESSION(S): MSV000080873

REPOSITORIES: Pride

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An Impaired Respiratory Electron Chain Triggers Down-regulation of the Energy Metabolism and De-ubiquitination of Solute Carrier Amino Acid Transporters.

Aretz Ina I   Hardt Christopher C   Wittig Ilka I   Meierhofer David D  

Molecular & cellular proteomics : MCP 20160206 5


Hundreds of genes have been associated with respiratory chain disease (RCD), the most common inborn error of metabolism so far. Elimination of the respiratory electron chain by depleting the entire mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA, ρ(0) cells) has therefore one of the most severe impacts on the energy metabolism in eukaryotic cells. In this study, proteomic data sets including the post-translational modifications (PTMs) phosphorylation and ubiquitination were integrated with metabolomic data sets and se  ...[more]

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