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Chicco AJ


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Name Chicco Adam J, Prof., PhD., FAFA

Associate Professor

Institution
Adam Chicco

Department of Biomedical Sciences

Colorado State University

Address 237 Physiology, Mailstop 1680, 80523-1680
City Fort Collins
State/Province Colorado (CO)
Country USA
Email chicco@cahs.colostate.edu
Weblink Department of Health and Exercise Science
O2k-Network Lab US CO Fort Collins Chicco AJ


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Publications

 PublishedReference
McCurdy 2016 JCI Insight2016McCurdy CE, Schenk S, Hetrick B, Houck J, Drew BG, Kaye S, Lashbrook M, Bergman BC, Takahashi DL, Dean TA, Nemkov T, Gertsman I, Hansen KC, Philp A, Hevener AL, Chicco AJ, Aagaard KM, Grove KL, Friedman JE (2016) Maternal obesity reduces oxidative capacity in fetal skeletal muscle of Japanese macaques. JCI Insight 1:e86612.
Conner 2015 FASEB J2015Conner B, Hetrik B, Chicco A, McCurdy C (2015) Maternal obesity alters offspring muscle mitochondrial function in nonhuman primates. FASEB J 29:1036.7.
Chicco 2014 J Exp Biol2014Chicco AJ, Le CH, Schlater AE, Nguyen AD, Kaye SD, Beals JW, Scalzo RL, Bell C, Gnaiger E, Costa DP, Crocker DE, Kanatous SB (2014) High fatty acid oxidation capacity and phosphorylation control despite elevated leak and reduced respiratory capacity in northern elephant seal muscle mitochondria. J Exp Biol 217:2947-55.
Chicco 2007 Am J Physiol Cell Physiol2007Chicco AJ, Sparagna GC (2007) Role of cardiolipin alterations in mitochondrial dysfunction and disease. Am J Physiol Cell Physiol 292:C33-44.

Abstracts

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Chicco 2016c Abstract MitoFit Science Camp 20162016Investigating the mechanism of cardiac mitochondrial respiratory impairment in Barth Syndrome.
Chicco 2016a Abstract MitoFit Science Camp 20162016Oxygen dependence of H2O2 release from skeletal muscle and cardiac mitochondria: influence of sample preparation.
Chicco 2016b Abstract MitoFit Science Camp 20162016OXPHOS coupling efficiency of permeabilized muscle fibers predicts metabolic efficiency of subjects exercising at 5260 m.
Chicco 2015 Fatty Acid Oxidation O2k-Network Discussion Forum2015Chicco 2015 Fatty Acid Oxidation O2k-Network Discussion Forum
Chicco 2013 Abstract MiP2013 Poster2013Chicco AJ, Claiborne MS, Le CH, Mulligan CM (2013) Remodeling of skeletal muscle mitochondria in response to exercise training in taz shRNA mouse model of human Barth Syndrome. Mitochondr Physiol Network 18.08.
Chicco 2013 Abstract IOC792013Chicco AJ (2013) Substrate-specific impairment of oxidative phosphorylation in Tafazzin-deficient cardiac mitochondria: potential role of CoA deficiency. Mitochondr Physiol Network 18.07
Chicco 2013 Abstract MiP20132013Chicco AJ, Le CH, Schlater A, Kanatous S (2013) Comparative muscle mitochondrial physiology of the northern elephant seal. Mitochondr Physiol Network 18.08.
Le 2012 Abstract Bioblast2012Le CH, Hocker AD, Dreyer HC, Roach RC, Gnaiger E, Chicco AJ (2012) Two-week acclimatization to 5200m markedly alters substrate utilization and increases OXPHOS efficiency, with no effect on respiratory capacity in skeletal muscle mitochondria. Mitochondr Physiol Network 17.12.
Chicco 2012 Abstract Bioblast2012Chicco AJ (2012) Substrate-specific impairment of cardiac mitochondrial respiration in Taz-deficient mice: Insight into the pathogenesis of Barth Syndrome. Mitochondr Physiol Network 17.12.



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As you know, our current/developing interests are with "evolution" (species comparisons) and "environment" (hypoxia and cold exposure), but have also experience and interest in assessing effects of "lifestyle" (diet, exercise) and "aging" as well (in rodents). - Adam J Chicco (2016).
In addition to our studies in seals, rodents and humans, we have new (unpublished) data on several interesting samples from collaborations including fetal and juvenile macaque muscle and heart fibers, human platelets (old vs. young), hibernating marmot and ground squirrel BAT mitochondria, and multiple tissues from my Fads2-KO mice (lacking long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids).
As you know, our current/developing interests are with "evolution" (species comparisons) and "environment" (hypoxia and cold exposure), but have also experience and interest in assessing effects of "lifestyle" (diet, exercise) and "aging" as well (in rodents).


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