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Title: Dichotomous Sirtuins: Implications for Drug Discovery in Neurodegenerative and Cardiometabolic Diseases
Authors: Gomes, Pedro
Leal, Helena
Mendes, Alexandrina F. 
Reis, Flávio 
Cavadas, Cláudia 
Keywords: age-related diseases; cardiometabolic diseases; genetic manipulations; neurodegeneration; pharmacological modulators; sirtuins
Issue Date: 5-Nov-2019
Serial title, monograph or event: Trends Pharmacolological Sciences
Abstract: Sirtuins (SIRT1-7), a class of NAD+-dependent deacylases, are central regulators of metabolic homeostasis and stress responses. While numerous salutary effects associated with sirtuin activation, especially SIRT1, are well documented, other reports show health benefits resulting from sirtuin inhibition. Furthermore, conflicting findings have been obtained regarding the pathophysiological role of specific sirtuin isoforms, suggesting that sirtuins act as 'double-edged swords'. Here, we provide an integrated overview of the different findings on the role of mammalian sirtuins in neurodegenerative and cardiometabolic disorders and attempt to dissect the reasons behind these different effects. Finally, we discuss how addressing these obstacles may provide a better understanding of the complex sirtuin biology and improve the likelihood of identifying effective and selective drug targets for a variety of human disorders.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/87807
ISSN: 01656147
DOI: 10.1016/j.tips.2019.09.003
Rights: embargoedAccess
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