Resveratrol is one of the best known polyphenol. While its effect on endothelial blood vessel cells, cancer cells, inflammatory processes and neurodegenerative events is well documented, only little is established on the metabolic implication of this phytophenol, particularly on skeletal muscle cells. Here, we report the effect of resveratrol on mouse skeletal muscle cells (C2C12) by measurement of cell proliferation, expression of metabolic genes and their transcription factor dependency, and modulation of non-coding microRNA expression. Resveratrol slightly decreases cell proliferation, while it up regulates PGC-1α a PPAR transcription factor co-activator involved in the control of metabolic genes. It also modulates microRNAs which are expressed in skeletal muscle cells and are involved in differentiation or contraction-relaxation. Results put forward new regulatory properties of resveratrol on skeletal muscles and highlight new potential applications of this molecule in muscle performances.
Kaminski, J.; Lançon, A.; Tili, E.; Aires, V.; Demarquoy, J.; Lizard, G.; Michaille, J.-J.; and Latruffe, N.
"Dietary resveratrol modulates metabolic functions in skeletal muscle cells,"
Journal of Food and Drug Analysis: Vol. 20
, Article 32.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.38212/2224-6614.2098