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Multiparametric optical analysis of mitochondrial redox signals during neuronal physiology and pathology in vivo

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Griesbeck,  Oliver
Research Group: Cellular Dynamics / Griesbeck, MPI of Neurobiology, Max Planck Society;

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Breckwoldt, M., Pfister, F. M. J., Bradley, P. M., Marinkovic, P., Williams, P. R., Brilll, M. S., et al. (2014). Multiparametric optical analysis of mitochondrial redox signals during neuronal physiology and pathology in vivo. NATURE MEDICINE, 20(5), 555-560. doi:10.1038/nm.3520.


Zitierlink: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0019-C362-E
Zusammenfassung
Mitochondrial redox signals have a central role in neuronal physiology and disease. Here we describe a new optical approach to measure fast redox signals with single-organelle resolution in living mice that express genetically encoded redox biosensors in their neuronal mitochondria. Moreover, we demonstrate how parallel measurements with several biosensors can integrate these redox signals into a comprehensive characterization of mitochondrial function. This approach revealed that axonal mitochondria undergo spontaneous 'contractions' that are accompanied by reversible redox changes. These contractions are amplified by neuronal activity and acute or chronic neuronal insults. Multiparametric imaging reveals that contractions constitute respiratory chain-dependent episodes of depolarization coinciding with matrix alkalinization, followed by uncoupling. In contrast, permanent mitochondrial damage after spinal cord injury depends on calcium influx and mitochondrial permeability transition. Thus, our approach allows us to identify heterogeneity among physiological and pathological redox signals, correlate such signals to functional and structural organelle dynamics and dissect the underlying mechanisms.