Ballot 2010 Apoptosis

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Ballot C, Kluza J, Lancel S, Martoriati A, Hassoun SM, Mortier L, Vienne JC, Briand G, Formstecher P, Bailly C, Nevière R, Marchetti P (2010) Inhibition of mitochondrial respiration mediates apoptosis induced by the anti-tumoral alkaloid lamellarin D. Apoptosis 15:769-81.

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Ballot C, Kluza J, Lancel S, Martoriati A, Hassoun SM, Mortier L, Vienne JC, Briand G, Formstecher P, Bailly C, Neviere R, Marchetti P (2010) Apoptosis

Abstract: Lamellarin D (Lam D), a marine alkaloid, exhibits a potent cytotoxicity against many different tumors. The pro-apoptotic function of Lam D has been attributed to its direct induction of mitochondrial permeability transition (MPT). This study was undertaken to explore the mechanisms through which Lam D promotes changes in mitochondrial function and as a result apoptosis. The use of eight Lam derivatives provides useful structure-apoptosis relationships. We demonstrate that Lam D and structural analogues induce apoptosis of cancer cells by acting directly on mitochondria inducing reduction of mitochondrial membrane potential, swelling and cytochrome c release. Cyclosporin A, a well-known inhibitor of MPT, completely prevents mitochondrial signs of apoptosis. The drug decreases calcium uptake by mitochondria but not by microsomes indicating that Lam D-dependent permeability is specific to mitochondrial membranes. In addition, upon Lam D exposure, a rapid decline of mitochondrial respiration and ATP synthesis occurs in isolated mitochondria as well as in intact cells. Evaluation of the site of action of Lam D on the electron-transport chain revealed that the activity of respiratory chain complex III is reduced by a half. To determine whether Lam D could induce MPT-dependent apoptosis by inhibiting mitochondrial respiration, we generated respiration-deficient cells (rho0) derived from human melanoma cells. In comparison to parental cells, rho0 cells are totally resistant to the induction of MPT-dependent apoptosis by Lam D. Our results indicate that functional mitochondria are required for Lam D-induced apoptosis. Inhibition of mitochondrial respiration is responsible for MPT-dependent apoptosis of cancer cells induced by Lam-D.

Keywords: Cytotoxicity, Pro-apoptotic Lamellarin D (Lam D), Mitochondrial permeability transition (MPT), Human melanoma cells, Respiration-deficient cells (rho0)

O2k-Network Lab: FR Lille Neviere R, FR Lille Vienne JC


Labels: MiParea: Respiration, Pharmacology;toxicology 

Stress:Cell death  Organism: Human 

Preparation: Intact cells, Isolated mitochondria  Enzyme: Complex III, Complex V;ATP synthase  Regulation: Inhibitor, Substrate 


HRR: Oxygraph-2k