A case of mitochondrial myopathy, lactic acidosis and complex I deficiency, 1990, L Bet et al

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    A 34-year-old man affected by exercise intolerance, mild proximal weakness and severe lactic acidosis is described. Muscle biopsy revealed mitochondrial abnormalities and an increase of cytochrome c oxidase histochemical reaction. Biochemical investigations on isolated muscle mitochondria as well as polarographic studies revealed a mitochondrial NADH-CoQ reductase (complex I) deficiency. Mitochondrial dysfunction was confirmed by 31P nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.

    Immunological investigation showed a generalized reduction of all complex I polypeptides. Genetic analysis did not reveal mitochondrial DNA deletions. The biochemical defect was not present in the patient's muscle tissue culture. Metabolic measurements and functional evaluation showed a reduced mechanical efficiency during exercise.

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