Regulation of metabolic and energetic functions of mitochondria by hormones and signal transduction systems

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The discovery of complex regulation of mitochondrial functions by hormones and signal transduction systems is one of important achievements of mitochondriology. Certain hormones belonging to all chemical classes and characterized by various mechanisms of action stimulate many mitochondrial processes including Krebs cycle, respiratory chain, oxidative phosphorylation, energy dependent syntheses. These effects are realized and/or reproduced by receptors, the second messengers (cAMP, Ca2+, diacylglycerol), protein and tyrosine kinases, anchor proteins, and transcription factors. All the main kinases have been found in mitochondria; these protein kinases and/or tyrosine kinases phosphorylate the 18 kD protein of Complex I, cytochrome c oxidase, ATP synthase, cAMP/Ca2+ response element binding protein, voltage dependent anion channel, steroidogenic acute protein, proapoptotic BAD protein, and also some other proteins of mitochondrial membranes. Good evidence now exists for pleuotropic calcium regulation of mitochondrial functions. Mitochondria contain the receptors of lipophilic hormones, growth hormone, epidermal growth factor and neurotrophins. Generally mitochondria play the integrative role in cell signaling.

Key words

mitochondria hormones signal transduction systems 

Abbreviations

CREB

cAMP/Ca2+ response element binding protein

DAG

diacylglycerol

EGF

epidermal growth factor

ICDH

isocitrate dehydrogenase

KGDH

α-ketoglutarate dehydrogenase

PDH

pyruvate dehydrogenase

PK

protein kinase

SDH

succinate dehydrogenase

STS

signal transduction system

StAR

steroidogenic acute regulator

TK

tyrosine kinase

UCP

uncoupling protein of the inner mitochondrial membrane

VDAC

voltage dependent anionic channel

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