Enduring ROS emission causes aberrant protein S-glutathionylation transitioning human aortic valve cells from a sclerotic to a stenotic phenotype

Antioxid Redox Signal

29 Aprile Apr 2022 19 days ago
  • Valerio V, Moschetta D, Porro B, Massaiu I, Songia P, Maione AS, Alfieri V, Myasoedova VA, Zanobini M, Poggio P.

During calcific aortic valve stenosis (CAVS) progression, oxidative stress and endothelial dysfunction mark the initial pathogenic steps with a parallel dysregulation of the antioxidant systems. Here, we tested whether oxidation-induced protein S-glutathionylation (P-SSG) accounts for a phenotypic switch in human aortic valvular tissue, eventually leading to calcium deposition. Next, we tested whether countering this reactive oxygen species (ROS) surge would prevent these perturbations.

Reference: Enduring ROS emission causes aberrant protein S-glutathionylation transitioning human aortic valve cells from a sclerotic to a stenotic phenotype. Valerio V, Keceli G, Moschetta D, Porro B, Ciccarelli M, Massaiu I, Songia P, Maione AS, Alfieri V, Myasoedova VA, Zanobini M, Paolocci N, Poggio P. Antioxid Redox Signal. 2022 Apr 22.

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