Phosphate depletion (PD) is associated with multiorgan dysfunction. it has been proposed that this phenomenon is due to two metabolic derangements: (a) there is a reduction in ATP content of cells and hence reduced availability of energy-rich phosphate compounds, and (b) there is a decrease in 2,3-diphosphoglycerate in red blood cells, a change that would increase the affinity of hemoglobin to oxygen resulting in tissue hypoxia. Recent studies have demonstrated that PD is associated with a significant elevation in basal levels of cytosolic calcium [Ca2+]i in many cells. This is due to an increased entry into and decreased extrusion of calcium out of cells. This rise in [Ca2+]i plays a major role in organ dysfunction in PD and in the genesis of decreased ATP content of cells.

MECHANISM OF ORGAN DYSFUNCTION IN PHOSPHATE-DEPLETION - A CRITICAL ROLE FOR A RISE IN CYTOSOLIC CALCIUM

PERNA, Alessandra;
1992

Abstract

Phosphate depletion (PD) is associated with multiorgan dysfunction. it has been proposed that this phenomenon is due to two metabolic derangements: (a) there is a reduction in ATP content of cells and hence reduced availability of energy-rich phosphate compounds, and (b) there is a decrease in 2,3-diphosphoglycerate in red blood cells, a change that would increase the affinity of hemoglobin to oxygen resulting in tissue hypoxia. Recent studies have demonstrated that PD is associated with a significant elevation in basal levels of cytosolic calcium [Ca2+]i in many cells. This is due to an increased entry into and decreased extrusion of calcium out of cells. This rise in [Ca2+]i plays a major role in organ dysfunction in PD and in the genesis of decreased ATP content of cells.
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