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OROBOROS IOC60. Workshop on high-resolution respirometry. Schroecken AT, 11-16 Dec 2010. Mitochondr Physiol Network 15.10.

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OROBOROS (2010-12-11) Mitochondr Physiol Network

Abstract: O2k-Workshop on High-Resolution Respirometry - Introductory and Advanced.Schroecken, Voralberg, Austria; 2010 December 11 to 16.

The past O2k-Workshop on HRR (IOC60) was a success based on long-term experience combined with continuous improvements and innovations. With introductory and advanced groups working in parallel, the needs of the participants could be met more specifically compared to introductory and advanced workshops organized separately. The next O2k-Workshop, therefore, will again offer parallel introductory and advanced workpackages.

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Labels: Additional: ORO, IOC, 2010 


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Tutors and lecturers

Erich Gnaiger Gnaiger Erich, CEO, OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS and Medical University of Innsbruck, D. Swarovski Research Laboratory


Fasching Mario Fasching Mario, O2k-Network Lab: OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS


Pesta Dominik Pesta Dominik, O2k-Network Lab: AT Innsbruck Burtscher M


Sumbalova Zuzana Sumbalova Zuzana, O2k-Network Lab: SK Bratislava Sumbalova Z


Wiethuechter Anita Wiethuechter Anita, O2k-Network Lab: OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS

Jacobs Robert A Jacobs Robert A, O2k-Network Lab: CH Zurich Lundby C


Goncalves Renata de Lima Sales, O2k-Network Lab: BR Rio de Janeiro Oliveira MF


Participants

Participant Institution Interests
Christiansen Liselotte DK Copenhagen Christiansen M: Statens Serum Institut (DK) Veterinary clinical medicine. Mitochondrial function in cats with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. A model of blood platelets, heart and skeletal muscle fibers.
Drabarek Beata PL Warsaw Zablocki K: Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology (PL) Respiration measurements in endothelial cells under hyperglycemic conditions
El-Bacha Tatiana El-Bacha Tatiana BR Rio de Janeiro Da Poian AT: Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (BR) My research interests are studies on mitochondrial physiology of mammalian cells and animal models of virus infections (alphavirus and flavivirus). Currently, we are investigating the relationship of hepatic function and oxidative stress in mice infected with dengue virus and the possible implications for the severe forms of infection. Keywords: virus infection; dengue; mitochondrial bioenergetics; mice; liver dysfunction; HepG2 cells
Felser Andrea Felser Andrea CH Basel Kraehenbuehl S: Universitätsspital Basel (CH) Drug mediated effect on mitochondrial function and proteome. Investigation of individual complexes of the respiratory system, membrane potential and apoptosis (isolated mitochondria, intact and permeabilized cells).
Fischer Silvia DE Frankfurt Schmoll D: Sanofi-Aventis Deutschland GmbH (DE)
Gatterer Hannes AT Innsbruck Burtscher M: University Innsbruck Sports science
Goncalves Renata de Lima Sales BR Rio de Janeiro Oliveira MF: Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (BR) linking the mt metabolism and mosquito immune response, pointing the regulation of mt ROS as an effective immune tool for A. gambiae against Plasmodium infection; mitochondria, flight muscle, vector disease and hematophagous
Hanackova Lenka Charles University in Prague (CZ) Toxic liver injury, liver regeneration and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Keywords: Hepatocytes, liver mitochondria, oxidative stress, ROS, respirometry, mitochondrial membrane potential.
Itkis Yulya S Research Centre for Medical Genetics (RU) Respirometry application in Leigh disease diagnostic and treatment. Keywords: mt disease, respirometry.
Jacobs Robert A Jacobs Robert A CH Zurich Lundby C: University of Zurich (CH) Mitochondrial function in human muscle biopsies, exercise physiology.
Jean-Quartier Claire AT Graz Graier W: University of Graz (AT) Respiration and Ca2+ signaling.
Krivakova-Stankova Pavla Charles University in Prague (CZ) Toxic liver injury, liver regeneration and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. Keywords: Hepatocytes, liver mitochondria, oxidative stress, ROS, respirometry, mitochondrial membrane potential.
Lukasiak Agnieszka PL Warsaw Zablocki K: Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology (PL) Measurement of oxygen consumption by endothelial cells exposed to proinflammatory compounds as well as compounds influencing mitochondrial state and mitochondrial potassium channel openers/inhibitors (isolated mitochondria, intact and permeabilized cells)
Manzke Lars IE Dublin Porter RK: Trinity College of Dublin (IE) Mitochondrial oxygen consumption of UCP-knock out mice under various conditions.
Mark Felix C Mark Felix C DE Bremerhaven Mark FC: Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (DE) Mitochondrial respiration and membrane potential in polar and temperate fish and cephalopods. Contributions and capacities of the different complexes. Measurements in isolated mitochondria and permeabilised fibres. Keywords: Mitochondria, membrane potential, fish, cephalopods, cold adaptation, hypoxia.
McKee Edward Central Michigan University (US) Mitochondrial toxicity of antiviral nucleoside analogs. Interested in metabolism of deoxynucleosides in mitochondria of non-replicating tissues and the effect of antiviral nucloeside analogs on this metabolism as a potential mechanism of toxicity. We are interested in using the Oroboros equipment to study respiration and coupling in isolated mitochondria from tissues exposed to long-term antiviral analog treatment. Keywords: Nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitors (NRTIs), deoxynucleotide pools (dNTP pools), mitochondrial toxicity, mitochondrial DNA replication.
Rosenfeld Eric FR La Rochelle Rosenfeld E: Université de La Rochelle (FR) Characterization of non-respiratory oxygen consumption pathways in yeast (oxygen and ROS fluxes); study of redox-active molecules targeting eukaryotic or prokaryotic microorganisms (i.e. Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains involved in cystic fibrosis). Keywords: Yeast, bacteria, respiration, non-respiratory pathways, ROS, redox active molecules.
Rousar Tomas CZ Pardubice Rousar T: University of Pardubice (CZ) I will be using the respirometry during evaluation of oxidative stress in hepatocytes and mitochondria after treatment with a variety of hepatotoxins. Especially, I am interested in mitochondria-mediated ROS production, disappearance of antioxidants and oxidative stress detection. Keywords: Antioxidants, glutathione, oxidative stress.
Schauer Irene US CO Denver Schauer I: University Colorado Denver (US) Effects of fatty acid lowering and/or insulin; sensitization on mitochondrial function and cardiovascular function in type 1 diabetes. Keywords: Fatty acids, insulin resistance, diabetes.
Staples James F Staples James F CA London Staples JF: University of Western Ontario (CA) Suppression of metabolism in hibernation. Keywords: hibernation, torpor, mitochondria.
Strobel Anneli DE Bremerhaven Mark FC: Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (DE) Mitochondrial respiration and membrane potential in polar and temperate fish and cephalopods. Contributions and capacities of the different complexes. Measurements in isolated mitochondria and permeabilised fibres. Keywords: Mitochondria, membrane potential, fish, cephalopods, cold adaptation, hypoxia.
Wojciechowska Sylwia PL Warsaw Zablocki K: Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology (PL) Respiration measurements in different types of cells in insulin resistance state.


Hot topics in mitochondrial physiology - abstracts

Has title
ElBacha 2010 Abstract IOC60 El-Bacha T, Abud M, Galina A, Da Poian AT (2010) Bioenergetics of liver mitochondria from mice infected with Dengue virus. MiPNet15.10.
Itkis 2010 Abstract IOC60 Itkis YS (2010) Respirometry application in Leigh disease diagnostic and treatment. MiPNet15.10.
Kozlov 2010 Abstract IOC60 Kozlov AV (2011) Mitochondrial response to shock stimuli in in vitro models. MiPNet15.10.
Lukasiak 2010 Abstract IOC60 Łukasiak A, Wrzosek A, Chłopicki S, Szewczyk A, Dołowy K (2010) Regulation of endothelial function by large conductance potassium channel opener NS1619. MiPNet15.10.
Mark 2010 Abstract IOC60 Mark FC (2010) Mitochondrial plasticity and environmental change in Antarctic, Austral and temperate fish and cephalopods. MiPNet15.10.
McKee 2010 Abstract IOC60 McKee E, Thomas C, McAbee K, Verwilst L, Thayer T, Chhoy P (2010) Fishing in the mitochondrial deoxynucleotide pools. MiPNet15.10.
Pesta 2010 Abstract IOC60 Pesta D, Macek C, Hoppel F, Faulhaber M, Burtscher M, Gnaiger E, Schocke M (2010) The impact of endurance training on muscle oxidative capacity. MiPNet15.10.
Rosenfeld 2010 Abstract IOC60 Rosenfeld E (2010) Abstract IOC60. MiPNet15.10.
Staples 2010 Abstract IOC60 Staples JF, Chung DJ, Armstrong C (2010) Fast in, slow out: Kinetics of mitochondrial metabolic suppression during hibernation entrance and arousal. MiPNet15.10.


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