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Laner 2013 Mitochondr Physiol Network MiP2013

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Laner V, Bidaurratzaga E, Gnaiger E, eds (2013) Comparative Mitochondrial Physiology. MiP2013. Mitochondr Physiol Network 18.08:96 pp. ISBN 978-3-9502399-7-3

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9th MiPconference - MiP2013: Comparative Mitochondrial Physiology

The Mitochondrial Physiology Society, Obergurgl, Tyrol, Austria. 2013-Sep-23 to 27

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Programme and links to abstracts

Comparative Mitochondrial Physiology 2013

Monday, Sep 23 - Evening (21:05): MiP2013 Opening. Chairs: Vilma Borutaite, Flemming Dela

MiPsociety
Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Gnaiger E, Chair, MiPsociety Medical University Innsbruck, AT What is mitochondrial physiology - why comparative? Opening

Tuesday, Sep 24 - Morning (08:50): MiPhonorary Keynote. Chairs: Vladimir Skulachev, Anibal Vercesi

Sir John Walker at MiP2013
Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Nobel laureate Sir John Walker MRC Mitochondrial Biology Unit, Cambridge, UK Generating the fuel of life Keynote

MiPcomparative A1: Oxygen delivery and muscle OXPHOS

Kjell Johansen
Viking and Physiologist

Tuesday, Sep 24 - Morning (09:30): Kjell Johansen Memorial Session

Chairs: James F Staples, Pablo Garcia-Roves / Dominique-Marie Votion, Dominik Pesta
Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Weber RE University of Aarhus, DK Kjell Johansen lecture: Hemoglobins: Molecular adaptations safeguarding mitochondrial O2 supply A1-01 Keynote
Scott GR McMaster University, Hamilton, CA Mitochondrial adaptations to hypoxia in high-altitude birds and mammals A1-02 Oral
Chicco AJ Colorado State University, Fort Collins, US Comparative muscle mitochondrial physiology of the northern elephant seal A1-03 Oral
Gnaiger E Medical University Innsbruck, AT Biochemical coupling efficiency in permeabilized fibres from arm and leg muscle in Inuit versus Caucasians: A functional test of the uncoupling hypothesis in Greenland A1-04 Oral HypoxiaNet
Boushel RC University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DK O2 delivery, diffusion and mitochondrial respiration components of VO2 during exercise in health and disease A1-05 Oral
Lundby C University of Zurich, CH The effects of hypoxic training on aerobic performance in normoxia and moderate hypoxia: a randomized, double blind, placebo controlled study A1-06 Oral HypoxiaNet
Jacobs R University of Zurich, CH Improvements in exercise performance with high-intensity interval training are facilitated by an increase in skeletal muscle mitochondria content A1-07 Oral HypoxiaNet
Larsen S University of Copenhagen, DK Skeletal muscle respiration after high intensity training A1-08 Oral
Schiffer TA Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, SE Dietary inorganic nitrate reduces basal metabolic rate in man A1-09 Oral
Larsen FJ Karolinska Institut, Stockholm, SE Human mitochondria has a unique response to ischemia reperfusion injury compared to mitochondria from rat, mouse and pig A1-10 Oral
Heidler J JW-Goethe University, Frankfurt, DE Functional plasticity of interfibrillary mitochondria (IFM) as cardiac response mechanism to stress A1-11 Oral
Chicco AJ Colorado State University, Fort Collins, US Remodeling of skeletal muscle mitochondria in response to exercise training in taz shRNA mouse model of human Barth syndrome A1-12 Poster
Cavalcanti de Albuquerque JP Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, BR Skeletal muscle mitochondrial function in ovariectomized rats: a time course study and the role of estrogen replacement A1-13 Poster
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MiPcomparative A2: Hypometabolism and mt-diversity

Peter Hochachka 1996

Tuesday, Sep 24 - Afternoon (17:25): Peter Hochachka Memorial Session 1. Chairs: Patricia M Schulte, Pierre U Blier

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Buck LT University of Toronto, CA Peter Hochachka lecture: The role of mitochondria in low oxygen signaling in anoxia-tolerant turtle brain A2-01 Keynote
Hand SC LSU, Baton Rouge, Lousiana, US Defense against ATP depletion during the energy-limited state of diapause A2-02 Oral
Staples JF University of Western Ontario, London, CA Mechanisms of mitochondrial metabolic depression in hibernation A2-03 Oral
Darveau CA University of Ottawa, CA Diversity and evolution of mitochondrial metabolism: Proline as a metabolic reward for pollinators A2-04 Oral
Salin K University of Glasgow, UK Mitochondrial functioning, a proximate mechanism underlying the pace of life? A2-05 Poster
Slinde E University of Life Science, As, NO Comparative study of respiration in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar, L.) cells and mitochondria from blood, heart, liver, muscle and brain A2-06 Poster
Krumschnabel G OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS, Innsbruck, AT Tissue homogenates for respiratory OXPHOS analysis in comparative mitochondrial physiology: mouse and trout – heart and liver A2-07 Poster
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MiPcomparative A3: Temperature - a hot MiPchallenge

Peter Hochachka

Tuesday, Sep 24 - Evening (20:40) Peter Hochachka Memorial Session 2. Chairs: Steven C Hand, Hélène Lemieux

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Dzialowski EM University of North Texas, US Mitochondrial function and the development of endothermy in the precocial Pekin duck (Anas pekin) A3-01 Oral
Blier PU Université du Québec à Rimouski, CA Holding our breath in our modern world: are mitochondria keeping the pace with global changes? A3-02 Oral
Schulte P University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CA The effect of low-temperature acclimation on mitochondrial function in the common killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus), a top-down elasticity analysis A3-03 Oral
Hickey AJ University of Auckland, NZ Mitochondria in a changing climate? The role of mitochondrial in hyperthermic heart failure in different fish species A3-04 Oral
Christen F Université du Québec à Rimouski, CA Thermal sensitivity of mitochondria from arctic charr heart: Mitochondrial respiration and ROS production. A3-05 Poster
Severin F Moscow State University, RU Mitochondrially-encoded protein Var1 promotes loss of respiratory function in Saccharomyces cerevisiae under stressful conditions A3-06 Poster
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MiPathology C1: Diabetes and obesity - general

Wednesday, Sep 25 - Morning (08:25). Chairs: Irina G Shabalina, Marcus F Oliveira

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Lee HK Eulji University College of Medicine, Seoul, KR Building the mitochondrial medicine; need to define mtDNA variations and its function C1-01 Oral
Dela F University of Copenhagen, DK Statins affects skeletal muscle mitochondrial respiration C1-02 Oral
Wright L Dipartimento di Scienze Biomediche, Padova, IT Calcium regulation of metabolism in adipocytes C1-03 Oral
Palm F Uppsala University, SE Role of mitochondria function for the onset and progression of kidney disease C1-04 Oral
Persson P Uppsala University, SE The effects of Angiotensin II on mitochondrial respiration: A role of normoglycemia versus hyperglycemia C1-05 Poster
Oliveira HC Univ. Estadual de Campinas, Sao Paulo, BR Intermittent fasting improves oxidative stress but not metabolic disturbances and atherosclerosis in hypercholesterolemic mice C1-06 Poster
Garcia-Rivas G Medical School, Tec de Monterrey, MX Regulation of mitochondrial permeability transition by Sirt3-catalyzed cyclophilin D deacetylation and its relevance for ventricular dysfunction in metabolic syndrome C1-07 Poster
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MiPathology C2: Tissue differences in diabesity - mouse and rat models

Wednesday, Sep 25 - Morning (10:10). Chairs: Fredrik Palm, Juliana Heidler

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Shabalina IG Stockholm University, Stockholm, SE Comparative study of brown and white adipose tissue mitochondria in mice upon cold acclimation C2-01 Oral
Irving BA Geisinger Health System, Danville, US Sex differences in murine mitochondrial oxidative capacity following a 24 week high-fat diet C2-02 Oral
Garcia-Roves PM Institut d'Investigacions Biomediques August Pi Sunyer (IDIBAPS) Hospital Clinic de Barcelona, ES Mitochondrial respiration in different mouse tissues under patho-physiological states C2-03 Oral
Quistorff B University of Copenhagen, SE With type 2 diabetes mitochondrial dysfunction develops earlier in liver than in rat skeletal muscle C2-04 Oral
Kotwica AO University of Cambridge, UK Mitochondrial respiration in heart and soleus of ob/ob mice C2-05 Oral
Holloway GP University of Guelph, CA Tissue specific changes in respiratory substrate kinetics in the ZDF rat and in response to resveratrol supplementation C2-06 Oral
Lemieux H University of Alberta, CA Early mitochondrial dysfunction associated with type 2 diabetes mellitus in the heart and skeletal muscle C2-07 Oral
Pajuelo-Reguera D Academy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Prague, CZ Some mitophagy markers in liver and skeletal muscle in Goto Kakizaki rats C2-08 Poster
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MiPathology C3: Ageing, neurodegeneration, inherited

Wednesday, Sep 25 - Afternoon (14:25). Chairs: Gizatullina Zimfira, Anthony J Hickey

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Munro D Université du Québec à Rimouski, CA Mitochondrial membrane of the longest-lived metazoan (Arctica islandica) are lipoxidation-resistant C3-01 Oral
Brandt T Max-Planck-Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt a. M., DE Structure and function of aged mouse mitochondria C3-02 Oral
Tretter L Semmelweis University, Budapest, HU The effects of methylmalonic acid on alpha-ketoglutarate supported oxidation in isolated brain, heart and liver mitochondria C3-03 Oral
Bandmann O Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience, UK TigarB causes mitochondrial dysfunction and neuronal loss in PINK1 deficiency C3-04 Cancelled
Bir A Education & Research IPGMER, Kolkata, IN α-Synuclein mediated alterations in mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation system: implications in the pathogenesis of Parkinson’s disease C3-05 Poster
Sonkar VK Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Vanarasi,IN Platelets, amyloid beta and mitochondrial respiration C3-06 Poster
Hendricks E Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, US Bioenergetics of permeabilized and intact nerve cell terminals from ApoE deficient and wild type mice C3-07 Poster
Lindenberg K University of Ulm, DE Similar alterations in mitochondrial proteome of brain and skeletal muscle in two transgenic mouse models for Huntington's disease C3-08 Poster
Petit PX CNRS/INSERM, Paris, FR The cardiolipin defect linked to a tafazzin mutation in Barth syndrome disturbs mitochondrial metabolism, alters apoptosis and autophagic fluxes but does not affect cell cycle progression C3-09 Poster
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MiPregulatory B1: Sulfide and structure

Wednesday, Sep 25 - Afternoon (15:15). Chairs: Kersti Tepp, Petr Jezek

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Bouillaud F Universite Paris Descartes, Paris, FR Adaptation of colonocyte mitochondria to intense hydrogen sulfide exposure B1-01 Oral
Calzia E Universitätsklinikum Ulm, DE Studying mitochondrial effects of sulfide. Does the species matter? B1-02 Oral
Jezek P Academy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Prague, CZ Antioxidant synergy of mitochondrial uncoupling protein UCP2 and phospholipase iPLA2γ B1-03 Oral
Plecita-Hlavata L Academy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Prague, CZ Mitochondrial network and cristae remodeling upon hypoxia B1-04 Oral
Dlaskova A Academy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Prague, CZ Distribution of nucleoids of mitochondrial DNA B1-05 Poster
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MiPregulatory B2: Calcium, potassium and topics of regulation

Wednesday, Sep 25 - Afternoon (17:00). Chairs: Frédéric Bouillaud, Mariusz Wieckowski

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Vercesi AE State University of Campinas, BR Mitochondrial calcium transport in animal, plant and trypanosomes B2-01 Oral
Gellerich FN Universitätsklinikum Magdeburg, DE The mitochondrial gas pedal, a unique property of neurons exists also in heart and skeletal muscle but not in astrocytes. New evidences by in silico investigations and (patho-)physiological consequences B2-02 Oral
Tepp K National Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics, Tallin, EE Bioenergetic aspects of postnatal development of cardiac cells: formation of structure-function relationship B2-03 Oral
Korzeniewski B Jagiellonian University, Krakow, PL Regulation of oxidative phosphorylation during work transitions in various tissues results from its kinetic properties B2-04 Oral
Oliveira MF Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, BR Comparative mitochondrial physiology in blood feeding insect vectors and parasites B2-05 Oral
Hashimi H Academy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Ceske Budejovice, CZ Ancestral function of Letm1 as determined in the evolutionary diverged Trypanosoma brucei B2-06 Poster
Shigaeva M Insitute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics RAS, Pushchino, RU The role of mitochondrial ATP-dependent potassium channel in the adaptation of organism to stress B2-07 Poster
Friederich-Persson M Uppsala University, SE Potassium controls rat mitochondria function; in vivo and in vitro considerations B2-08 Poster
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MiPathology C4: Inflammation, ischemia-reperfusion, cancer

Thursday, Sep 26 - Morning (08:55). Chairs: Nivea D Amoedo, Antonio Galina

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Kozlov A Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, Vienna, AT Regulatory role of mitochondrial ROS upon Inflammation C4-01 Oral
Dungel P Ludwig Boltzmann Institute, Vienna, AT Iron-mediated injury of mitochondria is attenuated by nitrite C4-02 Oral
Borutaite V Kaunas University of Medicine, LT Mitochondrial response to heart and brain ischemia C4-03 Oral
Arandarcikaite O Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas, LT The protective effect of NO against ischemia induced brain mitochondrial injury C4-04 Oral
Makrecka-Kuka M Riga Stradins University, Riga,LV The accumulation of long chain acyl-carnitines is a major cause of mitochondrial damage during ischemia C4-05 Poster
Zelenka J Academy of Sciences, Prague, CZ Reverse carboxylation glutaminolysis in breast cancer cells C4-06 Poster
Zelenka J Academy of Sciences, Prague, CZ Response of cancer cells to mitochondrial DNA damage C4-07 Poster
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MiPathology C5: Diagnosis

Thursday, Sep 26 - Morning (10:40). Chairs: Helena C Oliveira, Werner Koopman

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Amoedo ND Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, BR Comparative biochemistry of tumorigenesis: role of mitochondria C5-01 Oral
Pichaud N Université du Québec à Rimouski, CA Importance of mitochondrial haplotypes in the expression of metabolic phenotypes under different conditions C5-02 Oral
Votion DM University of Liège, BE The challenge of understanding myopathies in horses using permeabilized and cultured equine muscle cells C5-03 Oral
Wieckowski MR Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Warsaw, PL Mitochondrial bioenergetic parameters, reactive oxygen species production and the status of antioxidant defense system can be used to differentiate mitochondrial defects studied in the fibroblasts from patients with various mitochondrial disorders C5-04 Oral
Wojtala A Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Warsaw, PL Comparative studies of reactive oxygen species production and the level of antioxidant defense system in the fibroblasts derived from patients with defined mitochondrial disorders C5-05 Oral
Pecina P Academy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Prague, CZ The use of lymphocytes for diagnostics of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation disorders C5-06 Poster
Suski JM Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Warsaw, PL Oxidative damage of proteins and the status of antioxidant enzymes in autopsy material from the central nervous system of patients with diagnosed or highly probable mitochondrial diseases C5-07 Poster
Matallo J Universitätsklinikum Ulm, DE Effects of mechanical ventilation after blunt chest trauma on diaphragmatic mitochondrial respiration in chronically cigarette smoke exposed mice: a clinically relevant model? C5-08 Poster
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MiPathology C6: Treatment

Thursday, Sep 26 - Afternoon (17:25). Chairs: Hong Kyu Lee, Graham P Holloway

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Skulachev VP Moscow State University, RU SkQ1, the first tool to treat ROS-induced mitochondrial pathologies, which is available in drugstores C6-01 Oral
Koopman WJ Radboud University Medical Centre, Nijmegen, NL Developing novel treatment strategies for mitochondrial disease C6-02 Oral
Szibor M University of Helsinki, FI Expression of Ciona intestinalis alternative oxidase in mouse C6-03 Oral
Subrtova K Biology Centre, ASCR, Ceske Budejovice, CZ Hypothetical trypanosoma protein helps to anchor the F1-ATPase moiety to the mitochondrial membrane C6-04 Oral
Menze MA Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, US Group1 LEA protein ameliorates inhibition of mitochondrial respiration in Drosophila melanogaster Kc167 cells and isolated mitochondria C6-05 Oral
Galina A Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, BR Effects of antitumor alkylating agent 3-bromopyruvate on energy transducing pathways in hepatoma HepG2, liver mitochondria and SERCA: Is there any role for mitochondrial hexokinase activity C6-06 Oral
Beach A Concordia University, Montreal, CA Lithocholic acid delays aging in yeast and exhibits an anti-tumor effect in human cells by altering mitochondrial composition, structure and function C6-07 Poster
Rodrigues MF Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, BR Studies of bioenergetics alterations in breast cancer cell lines induced by histone desacetylase inhibitors C6-08 Poster
Eira da Costa AC University of Leicester, UK Drosophila Trap1 protects against mitochondrial dysfunction in a PINK1/parkin model of Parkinson’s disease C6-09 Poster
Volska K Riga Stradins University, Riga, LV The inhibitor of L-carnitine biosynthesis protects brain mitochondria against anoxia-reoxygenation injury C6-10 Poster
Gorbacheva O Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics RAS, Pushchino, RU Cyclization of potassium in rat liver mitochondria in the functioning mitochondrial ATP-dependent potassium channel and its possible role in cardioprotection C6-11 Poster

Friday, Sep 27 - Departure

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9th MiPconference - MiP2013: Comparative Mitochondrial Physiology
>>> Book of Abstracts Open Access
Oral presentations are 10+5 min following a MiPtradition. Max. 124 participants.

Posters

Participants

Name Institution
Chung DJ University of British Columbia, Vancouver, CA
Gizatullina Z Universitätsklinikum Magdeburg, DE
Glick GD Lycera Corporation, Ann Arbor, MI, US
Hansell P Uppsala University, SE
Laner V OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS, Innsbruck, Austria
Lundby S University of Zurich, CH
Mutschler R CFI Centrum für Integrative Medizin Speyer, DE
Olsen RE Institute of Marine Research Matre, Matredal, NO
Pesta D Yale University School of Medicine, US
Sparks LM Burnham Institute for Medical Research, Orlando, US

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