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Oxidative stress, a crossroad between rare diseases and neurodegeneration

AuthorsEspinós, Carmen ; Galindo, Máximo Ibo; García-Gimeno, María Adelaida ; Ibáñez-Cabellos, José Santiago; Martínez-Rubio, Dolores ; Millán, José María; Rodrigo, Regina; Sanz, Pascual ; Seco-Cervera, Marta; Sevilla, Teresa; Tapia, Andrea; Pallardó, Federico V.
KeywordsFriedreich’s ataxia
neurodegenerative disorders with brain iron accumulation (NBIA)
Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT)
inherited retinal dystrophy (IRD)
progressive myoclonus epilepsy (PME)
Unverricht–Lundborg disease (ULD)
Lafora disease (LD)
Dravet syndrome
Issue Date15-Apr-2020
PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitationAntioxidants 9(4): 313 (2020)
AbstractOxidative stress is an imbalance between production and accumulation of oxygen reactive species and/or reactive nitrogen species in cells and tissues, and the capacity of detoxifying these products, using enzymatic and non-enzymatic components, such as glutathione. Oxidative stress plays roles in several pathological processes in the nervous system, such as neurotoxicity, neuroinflammation, ischemic stroke, and neurodegeneration. The concepts of oxidative stress and rare diseases were formulated in the eighties, and since then, the link between them has not stopped growing. The present review aims to expand knowledge in the pathological processes associated with oxidative stress underlying some groups of rare diseases: Friedreich’s ataxia, diseases with neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation, Charcot-Marie-Tooth as an example of rare neuromuscular disorders, inherited retinal dystrophies, progressive myoclonus epilepsies, and pediatric drug-resistant epilepsies. Despite the discrimination between cause and effect may not be easy on many occasions, all these conditions are Mendelian rare diseases that share oxidative stress as a common factor, and this may represent a potential target for therapies.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.3390/antiox9040313
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/209433
DOI10.3390/antiox9040313
E-ISSN2076-3921
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