aak-1;frh-1

Lifespan changes: From wild type to aak-1;frh-1 / From aak-1;frh-1 to multiple mutants

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Genetic mutants with aak-1, frh-1 alterations

    Names of genes are ordered alphabetically. For the order of interventions, please see the specific paper.
  • Temperature °C

    20

  • Diet

    NGM

  • Lifespan (days)

    21.5

  • Lifespan change (compared to wild type)

    25.00%

  • Phenotype

    The kinase involved in energy metabolism that we tested (aak-1) affected longevity induced by RNAi-mediated Mit mutants analyzed other than frh-1 RNAi.

  • Lifespan comparisons

    Double mutant aak-1(tm1994);frh-1(RNAi) has a lifespan of 21.5 days, while single mutant frh-1(RNAi) has a lifespan of 20.6 days, single mutant aak-1(tm1994) has a lifespan of 16.5 days and wild type has a lifespan of 17.2 days.

  • Type of interaction
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    Opposite lifespan effects of single mutants

  • Citation
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    Schiavi A et al., 2013, Autophagy induction extends lifespan and reduces lipid content in response to frataxin silencing in C. elegans. Exp Gerontol. 48(2):191-201 PubMed 23247094 Click here to select all mutants from this PubMed ID in the graph

Search genes: aak-1 frh-1
  • Entrez ID
  • Symbol
  • GenAge
  • Wormbase ID

5'-AMP-activated protein kinase catalytic subunit alpha-1


Locus: CELE_PAR2.3


Wormbase description: aak-1 encodes one of two C. elegans homologs of the catalytic alpha subunit of AMP-activated protein kinases (AMPKs); aak-1 activity is required, in parallel with aak-2 and downstream of daf-2, daf-7, and par-4, for negative regulation of germline proliferation during dauer development.


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  • Symbol
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  • Wormbase ID

Frataxin, mitochondrial


Locus: CELE_F59G1.7


Wormbase description: frh-1 encodes the C. elegans frataxin ortholog; by homology, FRH-1 is predicted to be a mitochondrial protein required for biogenesis of iron-sulfur clusters, co-factors necessary for proper function of electron transport chain proteins; in C. elegans, loss of frh-1 activity via RNAi results in small body size, pale coloration, reduced motility, decreased pharyngeal pumping and defecation, reduced egg-laying and fertility, hypersensitivity to oxidative stress, and altered adult lifespan; an frh-1::gfp promoter fusion is expressed in neurons, the pharynx, gut, spermatheca and body wall muscle; in the pharynx, FRH-1 localizes to the mitochondria.


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