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2008a). , 1999). These findings raise the possibility that derangements in PINK1 and parkin could impair the selective turnover of damaged and dysfunctional mitochondria. , 2008). , 2010). , 2010). A couple of key questions arise from these studies; how is PINK1 regulated to stimulate the recruitment of parkin, and how does parkin-mediated ubiquitination of mitochondria help segregate damaged mitochondria and stimulate mitophagy? For the first question, surprisingly, little is still known about the regulation of PINK1.
Acknowledgments I wish to thank the members of my laboratory for their time, effort, and commitment to these projects. I would also like to thank Leo Pallanck for his generous support in establishing my own group and for continued stimulating discussions.
IV. 1). A precise understanding of the normal biological functions of the corresponding genes and the pathways regulated by these genes will be invaluable in uncovering the mechanisms by which these mutations cause PD. One of the most powerful approaches to address these issues involves the use of classical genetic analysis in a simple model organism such as Drosophila to explore the biological functions of evolutionarily conserved homologs of these genes. This approach has recently been used to analyze the biological functions of Drosophila parkin, DJ-1, and PINK1 homologs.
Advances in Genetics, Vol. 73 by Theodore Friedmann, Jay C. Dunlap, Stephen F. Goodwin (Eds.)