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Mitochondrial 4-HNE derived from MAO-A promotes mitoCa2+ overload in chronic postischemic cardiac remodeling

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Angelo Parini

Abstract

Chronic remodeling postmyocardial infarction consists in various maladaptive changes including interstitial fibrosis, cardiomyocyte death and mitochondrial dysfunction that lead to heart failure (HF). Reactive aldehydes such as 4-hydroxynonenal (4-HNE) are critical mediators of mitochondrial dysfunction but the sources of mitochondrial 4-HNE in cardiac diseases together with its mechanisms of action remain poorly understood. Here, we evaluated whether the mitochondrial enzyme monoamine oxidase-A (MAO-A), which generates H2O2 as a by-product of catecholamine metabolism, is a source of deleterious 4-HNE in HF. We found that MAO-A activation increased mitochondrial ROS and promoted local 4-HNE production inside the mitochondria through cardiolipin peroxidation in primary cardiomyocytes. Deleterious effects of MAO-A/4-HNE on cardiac dysfunction were prevented by activation of mitochondrial aldehyde dehydrogenase 2 (ALDH2), the main enzyme for 4-HNE metabolism. Mechanistically, MAO-A-derived 4-HNE bound to newly identified targets VDAC and MCU to promote ER-mitochondria contact sites and MCU higher-order complex formation. The resulting mitochondrial Ca2+ accumulation participated in mitochondrial respiratory dysfunction and loss of membrane potential, as shown with the protective effects of the MCU inhibitor, RU360. Most interestingly, these findings were recapitulated in a chronic model of ischemic remodeling where pharmacological or genetic inhibition of MAO-A protected the mice from 4-HNE accumulation, MCU oligomer formation and Ca2+ overload, thus mitigating ventricular dysfunction. To our knowledge, these are the first evidences linking MAO-A activation to mitoCa2+ mishandling through local 4-HNE production, contributing to energetic failure and postischemic remodeling.
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inserm-02445983 , version 1 (20-01-2020)

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Yohan Santin, Loubina Fazal, Yannis Sainte-Marie, Pierre Sicard, Damien Maggiorani, et al.. Mitochondrial 4-HNE derived from MAO-A promotes mitoCa2+ overload in chronic postischemic cardiac remodeling. Cell Death and Differentiation, 2020, 27 (6), pp.1907-1923. ⟨10.1038/s41418-019-0470-y⟩. ⟨inserm-02445983⟩
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