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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

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Gnaiger E, Chair, MiPsocietyMedical University Innsbruck, ATWhat 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 WalkerMRC 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 REUniversity of Aarhus, DKKjell Johansen lecture: Hemoglobins: Molecular adaptations safeguarding mitochondrial O2 supplyA1-01 Keynote
Scott GRMcMaster University, Hamilton, CAMitochondrial adaptations to hypoxia in high-altitude birds and mammalsA1-02 Oral
Chicco AJColorado State University, Fort Collins, USComparative muscle mitochondrial physiology of the northern elephant sealA1-03 Oral
Gnaiger EMedical University Innsbruck, ATBiochemical coupling efficiency in permeabilized fibres from arm and leg muscle in Inuit versus Caucasians: A functional test of the uncoupling hypothesis in GreenlandA1-04 Oral HypoxiaNet
Boushel RCUniversity of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, DKO2 delivery, diffusion and mitochondrial respiration components of VO2 during exercise in health and diseaseA1-05 Oral
Lundby CUniversity of Zurich, CHThe effects of hypoxic training on aerobic performance in normoxia and moderate hypoxia: a randomized, double blind, placebo controlled studyA1-06 Oral HypoxiaNet
Jacobs RUniversity of Zurich, CHImprovements in exercise performance with high-intensity interval training are facilitated by an increase in skeletal muscle mitochondria content A1-07 Oral HypoxiaNet
Larsen SUniversity of Copenhagen, DKSkeletal muscle respiration after high intensity trainingA1-08 Oral
Schiffer TAKarolinska Institute, Stockholm, SEDietary inorganic nitrate reduces basal metabolic rate in manA1-09 Oral
Larsen FJKarolinska Institut, Stockholm, SEHuman mitochondria has a unique response to ischemia reperfusion injury compared to mitochondria from rat, mouse and pigA1-10 Oral
Heidler JJW-Goethe University, Frankfurt, DE Functional plasticity of interfibrillary mitochondria (IFM) as cardiac response mechanism to stressA1-11 Oral
Chicco AJColorado State University, Fort Collins, USRemodeling of skeletal muscle mitochondria in response to exercise training in taz shRNA mouse model of human Barth syndromeA1-12 Poster
Cavalcanti de Albuquerque JPUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, BRSkeletal muscle mitochondrial function in ovariectomized rats: a time course study and the role of estrogen replacementA1-13 Poster

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 LTUniversity of Toronto, CAPeter Hochachka lecture: The role of mitochondria in low oxygen signaling in anoxia-tolerant turtle brainA2-01 Keynote
Hand SCLSU, Baton Rouge, Lousiana, USDefense against ATP depletion during the energy-limited state of diapauseA2-02 Oral
Staples JFUniversity of Western Ontario, London, CA Mechanisms of mitochondrial metabolic depression in hibernationA2-03 Oral
Darveau CAUniversity of Ottawa, CADiversity and evolution of mitochondrial metabolism: Proline as a metabolic reward for pollinatorsA2-04 Oral
Salin KUniversity of Glasgow, UKMitochondrial functioning, a proximate mechanism underlying the pace of life?A2-05 Poster
Slinde EUniversity of Life Science, As, NO Comparative study of respiration in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar, L.) cells and mitochondria from blood, heart, liver, muscle and brainA2-06 Poster
Krumschnabel GOROBOROS INSTRUMENTS, Innsbruck, AT Tissue homogenates for respiratory OXPHOS analysis in comparative mitochondrial physiology: mouse and trout – heart and liverA2-07 Poster

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 EMUniversity of North Texas, USMitochondrial function and the development of endothermy in the precocial Pekin duck (Anas pekin)A3-01 Oral
Blier PUUniversité du Québec à Rimouski, CAHolding our breath in our modern world: are mitochondria keeping the pace with global changes?A3-02 Oral
Schulte PUniversity of British Columbia, Vancouver, CAThe effect of low-temperature acclimation on mitochondrial function in the common killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus), a top-down elasticity analysisA3-03 Oral
Hickey AJUniversity of Auckland, NZMitochondria in a changing climate? The role of mitochondrial in hyperthermic heart failure in different fish speciesA3-04 Oral
Christen FUniversité du Québec à Rimouski, CAThermal sensitivity of mitochondria from arctic charr heart: Mitochondrial respiration and ROS production.A3-05 Poster
Severin FMoscow State University, RUMitochondrially-encoded protein Var1 promotes loss of respiratory function in Saccharomyces cerevisiae under stressful conditionsA3-06 Poster

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 HKEulji University College of Medicine, Seoul, KR Building the mitochondrial medicine; need to define mtDNA variations and its functionC1-01 Oral
Dela FUniversity of Copenhagen, DKStatins affects skeletal muscle mitochondrial respirationC1-02 Oral
Wright LDipartimento di Scienze Biomediche, Padova, ITCalcium regulation of metabolism in adipocytesC1-03 Oral
Palm FUppsala University, SERole of mitochondria function for the onset and progression of kidney diseaseC1-04 Oral
Persson PUppsala University, SEThe effects of Angiotensin II on mitochondrial respiration: A role of normoglycemia versus hyperglycemiaC1-05 Poster
Oliveira HCUniv. Estadual de Campinas, Sao Paulo, BR Intermittent fasting improves oxidative stress but not metabolic disturbances and atherosclerosis in hypercholesterolemic miceC1-06 Poster
Garcia-Rivas GMedical School, Tec de Monterrey, MX Regulation of mitochondrial permeability transition by Sirt3-catalyzed cyclophilin D deacetylation and its relevance for ventricular dysfunction in metabolic syndromeC1-07 Poster

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 IGStockholm University, Stockholm, SE Comparative study of brown and white adipose tissue mitochondria in mice upon cold acclimationC2-01 Oral
Irving BAGeisinger Health System, Danville, USSex differences in murine mitochondrial oxidative capacity following a 24 week high-fat dietC2-02 Oral
Garcia-Roves PMInstitut d'Investigacions Biomediques August Pi Sunyer (IDIBAPS) Hospital Clinic de Barcelona, ESMitochondrial respiration in different mouse tissues under patho-physiological statesC2-03 Oral
Quistorff BUniversity of Copenhagen, SE With type 2 diabetes mitochondrial dysfunction develops earlier in liver than in rat skeletal muscleC2-04 Oral
Kotwica AOUniversity of Cambridge, UKMitochondrial respiration in heart and soleus of ob/ob miceC2-05 Oral
Holloway GPUniversity of Guelph, CA Tissue specific changes in respiratory substrate kinetics in the ZDF rat and in response to resveratrol supplementationC2-06 Oral
Lemieux HUniversity of Alberta, CA Early mitochondrial dysfunction associated with type 2 diabetes mellitus in the heart and skeletal muscleC2-07 Oral
Pajuelo-Reguera DAcademy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Prague, CZSome mitophagy markers in liver and skeletal muscle in Goto Kakizaki ratsC2-08 Poster

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 DUniversité du Québec à Rimouski, CAMitochondrial membrane of the longest-lived metazoan (Arctica islandica) are lipoxidation-resistantC3-01 Oral
Brandt TMax-Planck-Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt a. M., DEStructure and function of aged mouse mitochondriaC3-02 Oral
Tretter LSemmelweis University, Budapest, HUThe effects of methylmalonic acid on alpha-ketoglutarate supported oxidation in isolated brain, heart and liver mitochondriaC3-03 Oral
Bandmann OSheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience, UKTigarB causes mitochondrial dysfunction and neuronal loss in PINK1 deficiencyC3-04 Cancelled
Bir AEducation & Research IPGMER, Kolkata, INα-Synuclein mediated alterations in mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation system: implications in the pathogenesis of Parkinson’s diseaseC3-05 Poster
Sonkar VK Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Vanarasi,IN Platelets, amyloid beta and mitochondrial respirationC3-06 Poster
Hendricks EEastern Illinois University, Charleston, USBioenergetics of permeabilized and intact nerve cell terminals from ApoE deficient and wild type miceC3-07 Poster
Lindenberg KUniversity of Ulm, DE Similar alterations in mitochondrial proteome of brain and skeletal muscle in two transgenic mouse models for Huntington's diseaseC3-08 Poster
Petit PXCNRS/INSERM, Paris, FRThe cardiolipin defect linked to a tafazzin mutation in Barth syndrome disturbs mitochondrial metabolism, alters apoptosis and autophagic fluxes but does not affect cell cycle progressionC3-09 Poster

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 FUniversite Paris Descartes, Paris, FRAdaptation of colonocyte mitochondria to intense hydrogen sulfide exposureB1-01 Oral
Calzia EUniversitätsklinikum Ulm, DEStudying mitochondrial effects of sulfide. Does the species matter?B1-02 Oral
Jezek PAcademy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Prague, CZAntioxidant synergy of mitochondrial uncoupling protein UCP2 and phospholipase iPLA2γB1-03 Oral
Plecita-Hlavata LAcademy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Prague, CZMitochondrial network and cristae remodeling upon hypoxiaB1-04 Oral
Dlaskova AAcademy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Prague, CZDistribution of nucleoids of mitochondrial DNAB1-05 Poster

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 AEState University of Campinas, BRMitochondrial calcium transport in animal, plant and trypanosomesB2-01 Oral
Gellerich FNUniversitätsklinikum Magdeburg, DEThe 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 consequencesB2-02 Oral
Tepp KNational Institute of Chemical Physics and Biophysics, Tallin, EE Bioenergetic aspects of postnatal development of cardiac cells: formation of structure-function relationshipB2-03 Oral
Korzeniewski BJagiellonian University, Krakow, PLRegulation of oxidative phosphorylation during work transitions in various tissues results from its kinetic propertiesB2-04 Oral
Oliveira MFUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, BRComparative mitochondrial physiology in blood feeding insect vectors and parasitesB2-05 Oral
Hashimi HAcademy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Ceske Budejovice, CZAncestral function of Letm1 as determined in the evolutionary diverged Trypanosoma bruceiB2-06 Poster
Shigaeva MInsitute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics RAS, Pushchino, RUThe role of mitochondrial ATP-dependent potassium channel in the adaptation of organism to stressB2-07 Poster
Friederich-Persson MUppsala University, SEPotassium controls rat mitochondria function; in vivo and in vitro considerationsB2-08 Poster

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 ALudwig Boltzmann Institute, Vienna, ATRegulatory role of mitochondrial ROS upon InflammationC4-01 Oral
Dungel PLudwig Boltzmann Institute, Vienna, ATIron-mediated injury of mitochondria is attenuated by nitriteC4-02 Oral
Borutaite VKaunas University of Medicine, LTMitochondrial response to heart and brain ischemiaC4-03 Oral
Arandarcikaite OLithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas, LTThe protective effect of NO against ischemia induced brain mitochondrial injuryC4-04 Oral
Makrecka-Kuka MRiga Stradins University, Riga,LV The accumulation of long chain acyl-carnitines is a major cause of mitochondrial damage during ischemiaC4-05 Poster
Zelenka JAcademy of Sciences, Prague, CZReverse carboxylation glutaminolysis in breast cancer cellsC4-06 Poster
Zelenka JAcademy of Sciences, Prague, CZResponse of cancer cells to mitochondrial DNA damage C4-07 Poster

MiPathology C5: Diagnosis

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

Name Institution Title and link to abstract Presentation
Amoedo NDFederal University of Rio de Janeiro, BRComparative biochemistry of tumorigenesis: role of mitochondriaC5-01 Oral
Pichaud NUniversité du Québec à Rimouski, CAImportance of mitochondrial haplotypes in the expression of metabolic phenotypes under different conditionsC5-02 Oral
Votion DMUniversity of Liège, BEThe challenge of understanding myopathies in horses using permeabilized and cultured equine muscle cellsC5-03 Oral
Wieckowski MRNencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Warsaw, PLMitochondrial 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 disordersC5-04 Oral
Wojtala ANencki Institute of Experimental Biology, Warsaw, PLComparative studies of reactive oxygen species production and the level of antioxidant defense system in the fibroblasts derived from patients with defined mitochondrial disordersC5-05 Oral
Pecina PAcademy of Sciences of the Czech Rep., Prague, CZThe use of lymphocytes for diagnostics of mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation disordersC5-06 Poster
Suski JMNencki 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 diseasesC5-07 Poster
Matallo JUniversitätsklinikum 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

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 VPMoscow State University, RUSkQ1, the first tool to treat ROS-induced mitochondrial pathologies, which is available in drugstoresC6-01 Oral
Koopman WJRadboud University Medical Centre, Nijmegen, NLDeveloping novel treatment strategies for mitochondrial diseaseC6-02 Oral
Szibor MUniversity of Helsinki, FI Expression of Ciona intestinalis alternative oxidase in mouseC6-03 Oral
Subrtova KBiology Centre, ASCR, Ceske Budejovice, CZ Hypothetical trypanosoma protein helps to anchor the F1-ATPase moiety to the mitochondrial membraneC6-04 Oral
Menze MAEastern Illinois University, Charleston, USGroup1 LEA protein ameliorates inhibition of mitochondrial respiration in Drosophila melanogaster Kc167 cells and isolated mitochondriaC6-05 Oral
Galina AFederal University of Rio de Janeiro, BREffects of antitumor alkylating agent 3-bromopyruvate on energy transducing pathways in hepatoma HepG2, liver mitochondria and SERCA: Is there any role for mitochondrial hexokinase activityC6-06 Oral
Beach AConcordia University, Montreal, CALithocholic acid delays aging in yeast and exhibits an anti-tumor effect in human cells by altering mitochondrial composition, structure and functionC6-07 Poster
Rodrigues MFFederal University of Rio de Janeiro, BR Studies of bioenergetics alterations in breast cancer cell lines induced by histone desacetylase inhibitorsC6-08 Poster
Eira da Costa ACUniversity of Leicester, UKDrosophila Trap1 protects against mitochondrial dysfunction in a PINK1/parkin model of Parkinson’s diseaseC6-09 Poster
Volska K Riga Stradins University, Riga, LV The inhibitor of L-carnitine biosynthesis protects brain mitochondria against anoxia-reoxygenation injuryC6-10 Poster
Gorbacheva OInstitute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics RAS, Pushchino, RUCyclization of potassium in rat liver mitochondria in the functioning mitochondrial ATP-dependent potassium channel and its possible role in cardioprotectionC6-11 Poster

Friday, Sep 27 - Departure

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9th MiPconference - MiP2013: Comparative Mitochondrial Physiology
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Oral presentations are 10+5 min following a MiPtradition. Max. 124 participants.



Name Institution
Chung DJUniversity of British Columbia, Vancouver, CA
Gizatullina ZUniversitätsklinikum Magdeburg, DE
Glick GDLycera Corporation, Ann Arbor, MI, US
Hansell PUppsala University, SE
Laner VOROBOROS INSTRUMENTS, Innsbruck, Austria
Lundby SUniversity of Zurich, CH
Mutschler RCFI Centrum für Integrative Medizin Speyer, DE
Olsen RE Institute of Marine Research Matre, Matredal, NO
Pesta DYale University School of Medicine, US
Sparks LM Burnham Institute for Medical Research, Orlando, US

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