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The Contractile Phenotype of Skeletal Muscle in TRPV1 Knockout Mice Is Gender-Specific and Exercise-Dependent

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Abstract

The transient receptor potential vanilloid 1 (TRPV1) belongs to the transient receptor potential superfamily of sensory receptors. TRPV1 is a non-selective cation channel permeable to Ca 2+ that is capable of detecting noxious heat temperature and acidosis. In skeletal muscles, TRPV1 operates as a reticular Ca 2+-leak channel and several TRPV1 mutations have been associated with two muscle disorders: malignant hyperthermia (MH) and exertional heat stroke (EHS). Although TRPV1 −/− mice have been available since the 2000s, TRPV1's role in muscle physiology has not been thoroughly studied. Therefore, the focus of this work was to characterize the contractile phenotype of skeletal muscles of TRPV1-deficient mice at rest and after four weeks of exercise. As MS and EHS have a higher incidence in men than in women, we also investigated sex-related phenotype differences. Our results indicated that, without exercise, TRPV1 −/− mice improved in vivo muscle strength with an impairment of skeletal muscle in vitro twitch features, i.e., delayed contraction and relaxation. Additionally, exercise appeared detrimental to TRPV1 −/− slow-twitch muscles, especially in female animals.
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inserm-02976681 , version 1 (23-10-2020)

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Aude Lafoux, Sabine Lotteau, Corinne Huchet, Sylvie Ducreux. The Contractile Phenotype of Skeletal Muscle in TRPV1 Knockout Mice Is Gender-Specific and Exercise-Dependent. Life, 2020, 10 (10), pp.E233. ⟨10.3390/life10100233⟩. ⟨inserm-02976681⟩
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