Hypoxia and muscle maintenance regulation: implications for chronic respiratory disease.

Abstract : PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Muscle wasting and impaired muscle oxidative metabolism are common extrapulmonary features of chronic respiratory failure (CRF) that significantly increase disease burden. This review aims to address the question whether hypoxia, an obvious consequence of this disease, actually plays a causal role in these muscle impairments. RECENT FINDINGS: In experimental models, a causal role for hypoxia in muscle atrophy and metabolic impairments has clearly been shown. Although the hypoxia-inducible factors and nuclear factor kappa B are putative mediators of these hypoxia-induced alterations, their true involvement remains to be proven. Molecular signatures of disrupted regulation of muscle mass and oxidative metabolism observed in these experimental models also have been shown in muscles of patients suffering from CRF, suggestive of but not conclusive for a causal role of hypoxia. Therapies, including but not restricted to those aimed at alleviating hypoxia, have been shown to partially but not completely restore muscle mass and oxidative capacity in CRF patients, which may imply an additive effect of nutritional modulation of substrate metabolism. SUMMARY: Although hypoxia clearly affects skeletal muscle maintenance, it remains to be confirmed whether and by which underlying molecular mechanisms hypoxia is causally involved in CRF-related muscle atrophy and impaired oxidative capacity.
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Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2011, 14 (6), pp.548-53. 〈10.1097/MCO.0b013e32834b6e79〉
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Chiel De Theije, Frédéric Costes, Ramon Langen, Christophe Pison, Harry Gosker. Hypoxia and muscle maintenance regulation: implications for chronic respiratory disease.. Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2011, 14 (6), pp.548-53. 〈10.1097/MCO.0b013e32834b6e79〉. 〈inserm-00696292〉

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