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Co-activation of IP3R and RyR leads to socio-economic burden through reduced IQ and non-cholinergic mechanisms

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Co-activation of IP3R and RyR to socio-economic burden through lower IQ
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Thibaut Coustillet1, Xavier Coumoul1, Anne-Sophie Villégier2,3, Michèle Bisson4, Florence Zeman2,3, Karine Audouze1

1Université Paris Cité, T3S, INSERM UMR-S 1124, 45 rue des Saints Pères, Paris, France.

2Unité Toxicologie Expérimentale et Modélisation, Institut National de l’Environnement Industriel et des Risques, 60550 Verneuil-en-Halatte, France.

3PériTox, UMR_I 01, CURS, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Chemin du Thil, 80025 Amiens, France.

4Unité d’Expertise en Toxicologie/Ecotoxicologie des Substances, Institut National de l’Environnement Industriel et des Risques, 60550 Verneuil-en-Halatte, France.

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Karine Audouze   (email point of contact)

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  • Thibaut Coustillet
  • Karine Audouze
  • Xavier COUMOUL

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This AOP was last modified on February 05, 2024 11:59

Revision dates for related pages

Page Revision Date/Time
Increased, glutamate October 11, 2021 14:58
Activation, Microglia April 07, 2022 09:25
Neuroinflammation July 15, 2022 09:54
Hippocampal Physiology, Altered August 11, 2018 09:41
Impairment, Learning and memory June 26, 2023 12:44
decreased, Bcl-2 expression September 07, 2023 03:23
increased, Bax expression September 07, 2023 03:23
decreased, Intellectual Quotient April 04, 2023 10:27
increased, socio-economic burden February 05, 2024 11:58
Cell injury/death July 15, 2022 09:46
Ryanodine receptor activation September 08, 2023 03:09
Inositol triphosphate receptor activation July 25, 2022 03:11
Activation, IP3R leads to Increased, glutamate September 08, 2023 09:12
Activation, RyR leads to Increased, glutamate September 08, 2023 09:12
Increased, glutamate leads to decreased, Bcl-2 April 04, 2023 10:36
Increased, glutamate leads to increased, Bax April 04, 2023 10:36
Increased, glutamate leads to Microglia activation April 03, 2023 06:05
Microglia activation leads to Neuroinflammation April 03, 2023 06:06
decreased, Bcl-2 leads to Cell injury/death April 04, 2023 10:37
increased, Bax leads to Cell injury/death April 04, 2023 10:38
Neuroinflammation leads to Cell injury/death November 07, 2019 10:27
Cell injury/death leads to Hippocampal Physiology, Altered April 05, 2023 03:48
Hippocampal Physiology, Altered leads to Impairment, Learning and memory April 03, 2023 06:07
Impairment, Learning and memory leads to decreased, IQ April 04, 2023 10:39
decreased, IQ leads to increased, Economic Burden April 04, 2023 10:35
Chlorpyrifos July 27, 2022 04:02
Chlorpyrifos oxon April 03, 2023 03:45
Organophosphates November 29, 2016 21:20

Abstract

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Prenatal and neonatal periods are windows of vulnerability to environmental chemical contaminants. A growing number of epidemiological and toxicological studies suggest that exposure to pesticides during these periods may impact the health of children at birth as well as their development, with potential delayed adverse effects. An AOP initiated after exposure to organophosphate pesticides such as chlorpyrifos (CPF) leading to a decrease of Intellectual Quotient (IQ) passing through non-cholinergic mechanisms was built using expert knowledges and artificial intelligence tool (the third-party tool AOP-helpFinder).

Indeed, despite the well-known mode of action of organophosphates as acetylcholinesterase (AchE) inhibitors, some studies have shown adverse effects on neurodevelopment at doses insufficient for AchE inhibition, thus suggesting the involvement of so-called non-cholinergic mechanisms. Moreover, we have introduced a new concept that allows to link the AO to a cost outcome (CO) by linking the KE ‘decrease of IQ’ to the KE ‘economic burden’, as an increasing number of studies and models showed the long-term economic impacts of stress exposure. Following, the ‘population’ level of organization of the AOP (i.e. adverse effects occur on several individuals in the same community), we propose to show that this AOP can have effects at a country scale. 

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Molecular Initiating Events (MIE)
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Adverse Outcomes (AO)
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Type Event ID Title Short name
MIE 2186 Ryanodine receptor activation Activation, RyR
MIE 2037 Inositol triphosphate receptor activation Activation, IP3R
KE 1350 Increased, glutamate Increased, glutamate
KE 2123 decreased, Bcl-2 expression decreased, Bcl-2
KE 2124 increased, Bax expression increased, Bax
KE 1998 Activation, Microglia Microglia activation
KE 188 Neuroinflammation Neuroinflammation
KE 55 Cell injury/death Cell injury/death
KE 758 Hippocampal Physiology, Altered Hippocampal Physiology, Altered
AO 341 Impairment, Learning and memory Impairment, Learning and memory
AO 2121 decreased, Intellectual Quotient decreased, IQ
AO 2122 increased, socio-economic burden increased, Economic Burden

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Life Stage Applicability

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Life stage Evidence
Perinatal

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Sex Evidence
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References

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