Different expression of α and β mitochondrial estrogen receptors in the aging rat brain: Interaction with respiratory complex V

@article{lvarezDelgado2010DifferentEO,
  title={Different expression of $\alpha$ and $\beta$ mitochondrial estrogen receptors in the aging rat brain: Interaction with respiratory complex V},
  author={C. {\'A}lvarez-Delgado and C. A. Mendoza-rodr{\'i}guez and O. Picazo and M. Cerb{\'o}n},
  journal={Experimental Gerontology},
  year={2010},
  volume={45},
  pages={580-585}
}
Recent evidence suggests that hormonal effects on mitochondria could be mediated by mitochondrial estrogen receptors (mtERs). These receptors are new candidates for the beneficial estrogenic effects on mitochondria in different physiological conditions. The aim of this investigation was to study mtER expression during brain aging. We analyzed mtERalpha and mtERbeta expression in cortical, hippocampal and hypothalamic mitochondria of young adult (3months) and aged (18 months) female Wistar rats… Expand
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