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This situation is not entirely surprising since a natural and unavoidable consequence of oxygen metabolism is the production of potentially damaging ROS. These molecules can chemically modify, and presumably damage, all manner of cellular components including protein, lipid, DNA, and so on. A host of complex and normally robust mechanisms exists to combat or repair ROS-mediated oxidative damage; however, the effect of compromised antioxidant defenses is most obviously threatening to highly energy-demanding, postmitotic tissues such as the nervous system.
In contrast, Yun et al. were not able to detect suppression of the eye phenotypes in a similar manner; however, these experiments were conducted at unusually high temperatures (29 C) which is well known to confound analysis of eye morphology (Kramer and Staveley, 2003), so perhaps the subtle effects reported by Whitworth et al. were missed. , 2008). , 2009a), similar to the suppression of PINK1 by parkin overexpression described above. , 2007). But what about HtrA2’s relationship to parkin? , 2008).
The first proposes that ubiquitinated Mfn may be degraded by the proteasome, thus removing the profusion factor from the outer surface in a process similar to the removal of misfolded proteins from the endoplasmic reticulum (a process known as Endoplasmic Reticulum-Associated Protein Degradation [ERAD]). A similar mechanism could remove ubiquitinated Mfn specifically from damaged mitochondria and reduce their refusion capacity. However, monoubiquitination does not typically lead to degradation.