Formation of mitochondrial-derived vesicles is an active and physiologically relevant mitochondrial quality control process in the cardiac system.

@article{Cadete2016FormationOM,
  title={Formation of mitochondrial-derived vesicles is an active and physiologically relevant mitochondrial quality control process in the cardiac system.},
  author={Virgilio J. J. Cadete and Sonia Desch{\^e}nes and Alexanne Cuillerier and François Brisebois and Ayumu Sugiura and Amy E Vincent and Douglass Matthew Turnbull and Martin Picard and Heidi M McBride and Yan Burelle},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={594 18},
  pages={5343-62}
}
KEY POINTS Mitochondrial-derived vesicle (MDV) formation occurs under baseline conditions and is rapidly upregulated in response to stress-inducing conditions in H9c2 cardiac myoblasts. In mice formation of MDVs occurs readily in the heart under normal healthy conditions while mitophagy is comparatively less prevalent. In response to acute stress induced by doxorubicin, mitochondrial dysfunction develops in the heart, triggering MDV formation and mitophagy. MDV formation is thus active in the… CONTINUE READING
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