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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Pronounced Segregation Of Donor Mitochondria Introduced By Bovine Ooplasmic Transfer To The Female Germ-line.
Author: Ferreira, Christina Ramires
Burgstaller, Jörg Patrick
Perecin, Felipe
Garcia, Joaquim Mansano
Chiaratti, Marcos Roberto
Méo, Simone Cristina
Müller, Mathias
Smith, Lawrence Charles
Meirelles, Flávio Vieira
Steinborn, Ralf
Abstract: Ooplasmic transfer (OT) has been used in basic mouse research for studying the segregation of mtDNA, as well as in human assisted reproduction for improving embryo development in cases of persistent developmental failure. Using cattle as a large-animal model, we demonstrate that the moderate amount of mitochondria introduced by OT is transmitted to the offspring's oocytes; e.g., modifies the germ line. The donor mtDNA was detectable in 25% and 65% of oocytes collected from two females. Its high variation in heteroplasmic oocytes, ranging from 1.1% to 33.5% and from 0.4% to 15.5%, can be explained by random genetic drift in the female germ line. Centrifugation-mediated enrichment of mitochondria in the pole zone of the recipient zygote's ooplasm and its substitution by donor ooplasm led to elevated proportions of donor mtDNA in reconstructed zygotes compared with zygotes produced by standard OT (23.6% +/- 9.6% versus 12.1% +/- 4.5%; P < 0.0001). We also characterized the proliferation of mitochondria from the OT parents-the recipient zygote (Bos primigenius taurus type) and the donor ooplasm (B. primigenius indicus type). Regression analysis performed for 57 tissue samples collected from the seven OT fetuses at different points during fetal development found a decreasing proportion of donor mtDNA (r(2) = 0.78). This indicates a preferred proliferation of recipient taurine mitochondria in the context of the nuclear genotype of the OT recipient expressing a B. primigenius indicus phenotype.
Subject: Animals
Cattle
Cells, Cultured
Cytoplasm
Cytoplasmic Streaming
Dna, Mitochondrial
Embryo Culture Techniques
Embryo Transfer
Embryo, Mammalian
Female
Fetal Development
Germ Cells
Mitochondria
Nuclear Transfer Techniques
Oocytes
Pregnancy
Tissue Donors
Citation: Biology Of Reproduction. v. 82, n. 3, p. 563-71, 2010-Mar.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1095/biolreprod.109.080564
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19955333
Date Issue: 2010
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