Friday, January 3, 2020

Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5

Illustration for simple mitochondria anatomy and physiology
(credit to MEME)

Mitochondria is organelles inside the most living cells, important to the cell since its has critical functions:
- to break down the nutrient into energy, then use or store its. Thus mitochondria is a kind of cell powerhouse.
- to process cell respiration

Disorder or dead of mitochondria could lead to dead of cells, then cause problems to organs, tissues or specific cells.

It is believed that mitochondria dysfunction may relate to many diseases, include:
- Parkinson's disease
- Alzheimer's disease
- heart disease
- diabetes
- muscle weakness
- Seizure
- Huntington’s diseases
- amyotrophic lateral sclerosis


Mechanism in mitochondria dysfunction, illustration only
(credit to frontiersin.org)

From my previous posts:
- Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
- How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2

We may summarize that:
1) “Neurons are brain cells.”
2) One of Neuron functions is to control our physical movement and balance
3) “These brain cells may die that affect on decreasing of dopamine, consequently, lead to movement disorders such as Parkinson’s diseases.”

Then, what relationships between mitochondria, brain cells, dopamine and Parkinson’s diseases?

Brain cells are hungrier cells, they are very much depend on mitochondria as source of energy. Malfunction or dead of mitochondria, will cause dead of brain cells.

From above summary, no 3) will be happen. We may conclude that mitochondria and brain cells responsible to Parkinson’s diseases.

32 comments:

  1. The human being is a very complex thing...

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      Illustration for simple mitochondria anatomy and physiology
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      Mitochondria is organelles inside the most living cells, important to the cell since its has critical functions:
      - to break down the nutrient into energy, then use or store its. Thus mitochondria is a kind of cell powerhouse.
      - to process cell respiration

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      Mitochondria is organelles inside the most living cells, important to the cell since its has critical functions:
      - to break down the nutrient into energy, then use or store its. Thus mitochondria is a kind of cell powerhouse.
      - to process cell respiration

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      Disorder or dead of mitochondria could lead to dead of cells, then cause problems to organs, tissues or specific cells.

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  3. Mitochondria as powerhouse -- that phrase, and the illustration you provided, take me back to ninth grade biology! Here's hoping that modern science can someday harness the mito's power to treat Parkinson's.

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      Disorder or dead of mitochondria could lead to dead of cells, then cause problems to organs, tissues or specific cells.

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    2. Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5

      It is believed that mitochondria dysfunction may relate to many diseases, include:
      - Parkinson's disease
      - Alzheimer's disease
      - heart disease
      - diabetes
      - muscle weakness
      - Seizure
      - Huntington’s diseases
      - amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5
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      It is believed that mitochondria dysfunction may relate to many diseases, include:
      - Parkinson's disease
      - Alzheimer's disease
      - heart disease
      - diabetes
      - muscle weakness
      - Seizure
      - Huntington’s diseases
      - amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

      Delete
    2. Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5

      Mechanism in mitochondria dysfunction, illustration only

      (credit to frontiersin.org)

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  5. merci pour le partage
    bonne et heureuse année 2020

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  6. Thanks for sharing this information, it's important to know.

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      Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5
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      From my previous posts:
      - Why People Could Get Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 1
      - How Neuron Cells Affect on Parkinson’s Diseases? - Parkinson’s Diseases 2

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  7. This is very interesting, glad that they are advancing in this complex research.

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      We may summarize that:

      1) “Neurons are brain cells.”

      2) One of Neuron functions is to control our physical movement and balance

      3) “These brain cells may die that affect on decreasing of dopamine, consequently, lead to movement disorders such as Parkinson’s diseases.”

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  8. Interesting. My dad had Parkinson's. Hope they can find a cure.

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    1. Ye, we hope so....

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      Then, what relationships between mitochondria, brain cells, dopamine and Parkinson’s diseases?

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  9. Thanks for these interesting informations.

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      Brain cells are hungrier cells, they are very much depend on mitochondria as source of energy. Malfunction or dead of mitochondria, will cause dead of brain cells.

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  10. Thanks for sharing this. I wonder if anyone has discovered ways to improve the disordered cells?

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      From above summary, no 3) will be happen. We may conclude that mitochondria and brain cells responsible to Parkinson’s diseases.

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  11. Thanks for sharing another interesting post!
    Kisses, Paola.

    Expressyourself

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  12. Yo T,
    Another Brilliant Update.

    Cheers

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  13. Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5

    nice article

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    1. Thank you to visit:
      Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5
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      Mitochondria is organelles inside the most living cells, important to the cell since its has critical functions:
      - to break down the nutrient into energy, then use or store its. Thus mitochondria is a kind of cell powerhouse.
      - to process cell respiration

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  14. Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5

    informative

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  15. Is there Relationship between Parkinson’s Diseases and Mitochondria? – Parkinson’s Diseases 5

    amazing

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