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Myocardial Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury: Mechanism and Targeted Treatment for Ferroptosis.

Myocardial ischemia/reperfusion injury (MIRI) is a pathophysiological process connected to the onset of numerous heart disorders. The pathogenesis of MIRI is complex, and it mainly involves calcium overload, classic oxidative stress, mitochondrial disorder, inflammation, microvascular disorder, and cell death. The clinical treatment options for MIRI are presently constrained, making it imperative to develop new treatment modalities. Recent studies have demonstrated that ferroptosis is the main cause of MIRI. Ferroptosis is a new type of regulated iron-dependent cell death whose mechanism and targeted therapy are anticipated to be novel therapeutic techniques for MIRI. Herein, the primary mechanism underlying ferroptosis (the 3 major metabolic routes involving iron, amino acids, and lipids, and in MIRI, the specific mechanism and therapeutic target of ferroptosis) are discussed to determine the potential therapeutic approach for MIRI.

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