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To learn more about how the process of mitophagy relates to PD, scientists have turned to RNA interference (RNAi), a natural process occurring in cells that helps regulate genes. Scientists are able to use RNAi as a tool to turn off genes of interest to investigate their function in cultured cells or animal models of PD. A technique known as high-throughput RNAi technology enabled NIH scientists to turn off nearly 22,000 genes one at a time. This process helped scientists identify dozens of genes that may regulate the clearance of damaged mitochondria. Researchers continue to study how these genes regulate the removal of damaged mitochondria from cells and the genes identified in this study may represent new therapeutic targets for PD.

Within an organism, circadian rhythmicity is pervasive at all levels of organization, from intracellular molecular networks of transcription and translation to the neuronal networks that produce rhythms at the behavioral level and even the coordination of social activities and reproduction. The most important feature of an endogenous clock is the phase relationship between the rhythms it generates and those of the external environment. In peripheral tissues with primarily metabolic functions, the most important phase relationship is between their rhythmic processes and environmentally dictated daily fluctuations in energy input and requirement. Cellular energy demands vary temporally, which requires regulators to orchestrate the oscillations in metabolism (6). Moreover, rhythmic cellular respiration produces metabolites that become damaging if they accumulate, which necessitates synchronized compensation mechanisms, such as reactive oxygen species (ROS) scavengers (7, 8). Opposing biochemical pathways must also be kept separate, and in addition to sequestration in subcellular compartments, this is achieved through temporal separation with inhibitory feedback loops (9). For example, the hepatic clock directly regulates a daily switch between dark phase glycogenesis and light phase glycogenolysis in mice (10).

It is worthwhile to note that it is possible some metabolite rhythms newly observed with meals are properly thought of as being disinhibited by the introduction of fasting periods in this schedule compared to the hourly meals in constant conditions. Nutrient-sensing pathways active during periods of fasting, such as AMPK and the Nampt/NAD+/Sirt1 feedback loop (89), are intertwined with the core clock feedback loop and thereby affect widespread outputs of circadian metabolic regulatory mechanisms (15). Constant conditions were used to observe free-running endogenous rhythms in the absence of zeitgeber cues, but both food intake and fasting can serve as cues to the clock. The light-entrained SCN clock is well-understood to have a different free-running period under constant dark (DD) or constant light (LL) conditions (90). Similarly, it would be worthwhile to investigate the rhythms in metabolites thought to be outputs of food-entrained peripheral clocks under constant fasting as well as constant feeding conditions.

The phase advance in the liver clock is comparatively mild compared with the large-scale changes to downstream clock-controlled genes (CCG) observed with the HFD. In a comprehensive study of the effects of HFD compared with normal chow (NC) on the circadian transcriptome and metabolome in mouse liver, Eckel-Mahan et al. (136) found that large proportions of all oscillatory metabolites and transcripts either gained or lost rhythms under the HFD. Moreover, most of those that were oscillatory under both diet conditions exhibited phase shifts and overall advance under high-fat feeding. Another common effect of the HFD was to reduce the amplitude of oscillating metabolites and transcripts, and the transcripts that lost oscillations on the HFD had a robust peak at ZT8, coinciding with the greatest activity of CLOCK:BMAL1 at target genes. For instance, during NC feeding, the levels of NAD+ oscillated because of the CLOCK:BMAL1 regulation of Nampt which encodes the rate-limiting enzyme in the NAD+ salvage pathway. The HFD impaired CLOCK:BMAL1 chromatin binding to this and other metabolic CCGs, leading to the loss of oscillation in this key enzyme and the flattening of hepatic NAD+ levels (136). In other cases, the HFD produced de novo oscillation of the metabolites and transcripts encoding their regulatory enzymes, such as in the methionine cycle. These de novo oscillations appeared to be downstream of the oscillations in the nuclear accumulation of transcription factors outside the core clock, especially PPARγ and SREBP-1. Because of the relation between the methionine cycle and epigenetic methylation reactions (138), its newly oscillatory status may be one mechanism in the large-scale reprogramming observed under an HFD. Importantly, many of these changes were observable after an acute HFD exposure of just 3 days and were reversed with 2 weeks on NC, confirming these effects were the result of the HFD rather than diet-induced obesity (136).

The induction of peripheral misalignment by HFD was strikingly demonstrated in recent circadian metabolomics studies. Abbondante et al. (144) showed that a large proportion of serum metabolite rhythms are lost under the HFD and become uncoupled from liver rhythms. Dyar et al. (145) expanded this finding, performing metabolomics on serum, liver, white and brown adipose tissue, muscle, the medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC), SCN, and sperm, following either HFD or NC feeding. They found tissue-specific alterations in circadian metabolism that caused the large-scale disruption of the temporal cohesion between the tissues. Positive and negative correlations in time of tissue metabolites are indicative of shared metabolic networks and the temporal gating of incompatible metabolic processes, respectively. The major source of metabolite correlations on NC were through those circulating in serum. An astounding 98% of these metabolite correlations were lost in serum under the HFD, in addition to 74, 39, and 34% in brown adipose tissue (BAT), muscle, and liver, respectively (145). Lipids in particular were highly correlated in time under NC and they lost this inter-tissue alignment under the HFD.

The effects of a high-fat diet (HFD) and ketogenic diet (KD) on clock-controlled gene (CCG) expression in mouse liver. The HFD abolishes rhythms in CCGs by reducing CLOCK:BMAL1 chromatin binding (136), whereas the KD increases rhythmic CLOCK:BMAL1 binding and thereby CCG expression amplitude (147). Both diets induce de novo rhythms in other metabolic genes because of the rhythmic nuclear accumulation of non-clock transcription regulators (PPARg and SREBP-1 in liver under HFD; PPARα in intestine and rhythmic histone deacetylation by serum BHB under KD).

This one have an area-denial attack, shooting volatile projectiles that stays on the ground for a while and them explodes, damaging everything around him. His armor also gives immunity against splash damage, protecting him from his own explosions. If you get too close, he will grunt and perform a blast attack shooting his cannons at the ground. On pain-state, he will fire his regular projectiles but at a higher speed.

Steel armor will have *very* high durability to counter that fact that all rounds do a minimum amount of durability loss. Steel plates should be almost indestructible, so to prevent buckshot from melting it like it does to other armor they have been given high durability. This is offset by the fact they allow very high blunt damage.

Kinetic Energy: The energy also takes into account energy loss over distance and the weapon's muzzle velocity. What this means for the player is that something like a shotgun slug does a high amount of blunt damage despite having very low penetration, whereas in unmodded EFT you can dump slugs into someone's head if the helmet has a high armor level. Armor level and the ammo penetration stat is now far less important when it comes to armor durability damage and blunt damage. Pistol rounds will still struggle against rifle-rated armor, even more so now due to most pistol rounds having very low kinetic energy. 041b061a72


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