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Resveratrol is known to imitate energy restriction in high-fat diet fed rat and mice. RES effectively combated gain in body weight, decreased intra - abdominal fat, and dropped serum triglycerides, cholesterol, and free fatty acids FFA levels in obese Zucker fatty rats [ 3 ]. Little is known regarding the safety of RES in control rats and hardly any evidence exists concerning its effect on body weight.
Recently, it was found that there is no adjuvant effect of RES on energy restriction for obesity treatment [ 4 ]. In accordance with the study of Majumdar et al. At present there are many therapeutic agents that decrease body weight but they have contrary side effects, not many therapeutic agents are known that decrease body weight without causing severe side effects. Though there has been a great deal of studies on the protective effects of resveratrol on obesity using rat as a model but there were reports on its effects on body weight especially in the control rats.
We found that when resveratrol was given to control rats and OVX rats there was a reduction in their gain of body weight in comparison to their respective untreated groups.
We want to address here that why resveratrol acts in a differential manner in the control and OVX menopausal model rats. Standard soya free, isonitrogenous and isocaloric diet was made available ad libitum with free access to drinking water.
Rats were handled and euthanized in full agreement with the institutional guidelines for the care and management of laboratory animals. Animals in the resveratrol treatment groups were first given resveratrol containing pellets after calculating the required weight of the pellets based on the individual animal body weight and once they have been finished, the diet tray was replenished with diet without resveratrol. Dose preparation and administration were made in dark to evade isomerization of trans-resveratrol to the cis form.
After the treatment period, the rats were kept for fasting overnight and were sacrificed. Blood was withdrawn by cardiac puncture for estimation of serum parameters. The success of anesthesia was evaluated by failure of the wink reflex and by the lack of reaction to pinching of the foot. Using aseptic conditions, a skin incision was made at the dorsal midline slightly caudal to the last rib followed by a flank incision of the abdominal muscles. The ovary was exteriorized. The proximal end of the uterine horn was then ligated with absorbable sutures 4—0 chronic gut , incised and removed with the attached ovary.
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The second ovary was removed from the opposite side in the same manner. Using absorbable sutures, the abdominal muscle incision was closed. Furthermore, more thorough characterization of the roles of the different DNA repair mechanisms in the various brain cell types, such as neurons, astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, microglia and Schwann cells, is another key focus going forward.
How this information can ultimately be used in designing strategic clinical interventions is a major challenge ahead. While mitochondria maintain their own genome, most mitochondrial proteins are encoded by the nuclear genome.
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Nevertheless, maintaining mitochondrial DNA integrity is critical for preserving mitochondrial function. As such, it is becoming more and more evident that several DNA repair proteins that operate within the nucleus, also function within mitochondria, often being translocated to this organelle as a distinct protein isoform.
Indeed, several of the human disorders described above are now recognized as having mitochondrial dysfunction as part of the clinical disease. For example, the CS proteins [71,72,,], TDP1 , Aprataxin  and PNKP [,], have all been recently shown to reside in the mitochondria and contribute to maintaining proper mitochondrial function.
Determining the relative contribution of their role s in the nucleus versus the mitochondria in terms of the disease etiology, particularly the associated neuropathology, is a critical undertaking going forward. Iyama and Wilson Page 18 discussion of mitochondrial DNA repair, the reader is directed to several comprehensive reviews [,,]. Peter Sykora and Magdalena Misiak for their critical reading of the manuscript.
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