Ferroptosis in health and disease.

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Title
Ferroptosis in health and disease.
Journal
Redox biology
Author(s)
Berndt C., Alborzinia H., Amen V.S., Ayton S., Barayeu U., Bartelt A., Bayir H., Bebber C.M., Birsoy K., Böttcher J.P., Brabletz S., Brabletz T., Brown A.R., Brüne B., Bulli G., Bruneau A., Chen Q., DeNicola G.M., Dick T.P., Distéfano A., Dixon S.J., Engler J.B., Esser-von Bieren J., Fedorova M., Friedmann Angeli J.P., Friese M.A., Fuhrmann D.C., García-Sáez A.J., Garbowicz K., Götz M., Gu W., Hammerich L., Hassannia B., Jiang X., Jeridi A., Kang Y.P., Kagan V.E., Konrad D.B., Kotschi S., Lei P., Le Tertre M., Lev S., Liang D., Linkermann A., Lohr C., Lorenz S., Luedde T., Methner A., Michalke B., Milton A.V., Min J., Mishima E., Müller S., Motohashi H., Muckenthaler M.U., Murakami S., Olzmann J.A., Pagnussat G., Pan Z., Papagiannakopoulos T., Pedrera Puentes L., Pratt D.A., Proneth B., Ramsauer L., Rodriguez R., Saito Y., Schmidt F., Schmitt C., Schulze A., Schwab A., Schwantes A., Soula M., Spitzlberger B., Stockwell B.R., Thewes L., Thorn-Seshold O., Toyokuni S., Tonnus W., Trumpp A., Vandenabeele P., Vanden Berghe T., Venkataramani V., Vogel FCE, von Karstedt S., Wang F., Westermann F., Wientjens C., Wilhelm C., Wölk M., Wu K., Yang X., Yu F., Zou Y., Conrad M.
ISSN
2213-2317 (Electronic)
ISSN-L
2213-2317
Publication state
Published
Issued date
30/05/2024
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Volume
75
Pages
103211
Language
english
Abstract
Ferroptosis is a pervasive non-apoptotic form of cell death highly relevant in various degenerative diseases and malignancies. The hallmark of ferroptosis is uncontrolled and overwhelming peroxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids contained in membrane phospholipids, which eventually leads to rupture of the plasma membrane. Ferroptosis is unique in that it is essentially a spontaneous, uncatalyzed chemical process based on perturbed iron and redox homeostasis contributing to the cell death process, but that it is nonetheless modulated by many metabolic nodes that impinge on the cells' susceptibility to ferroptosis. Among the various nodes affecting ferroptosis sensitivity, several have emerged as promising candidates for pharmacological intervention, rendering ferroptosis-related proteins attractive targets for the treatment of numerous currently incurable diseases. Herein, the current members of a Germany-wide research consortium focusing on ferroptosis research, as well as key external experts in ferroptosis who have made seminal contributions to this rapidly growing and exciting field of research, have gathered to provide a comprehensive, state-of-the-art review on ferroptosis. Specific topics include: basic mechanisms, in vivo relevance, specialized methodologies, chemical and pharmacological tools, and the potential contribution of ferroptosis to disease etiopathology and progression. We hope that this article will not only provide established scientists and newcomers to the field with an overview of the multiple facets of ferroptosis, but also encourage additional efforts to characterize further molecular pathways modulating ferroptosis, with the ultimate goal to develop novel pharmacotherapies to tackle the various diseases associated with - or caused by - ferroptosis.
Keywords
Cancer, Cell death, Iron, Ischemia/reperfusion, Lipid peroxidation, Neurodegeneration
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Yes
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