Session 1: Integrated Cardiovascular and Mitochondrial Physiology – I. Skeletal Muscle, Exercise, and Endurance
Saturday, 17. Sept.
08:45 Chair: Robert Boushel (Montreal CA, email@example.com)
Kent Sahlin (Stockholm SE, firstname.lastname@example.org)
08:50-10:05 Oral presentations 10+5 min
Kent Sahlin (Stockholm SE) Repeated static contractions to fatigue increases mitochondrial vulnerability towards oxidative stress.
Nathalie Béraud (Grenoble FR) Mitochondrial regular arrangement in muscle cells: a “crystal-like" pattern. [YIP]
Erich Gnaiger (Innsbruck AT) High-resolution respirometry in small biopsies of human muscle: an extended protocol for diagnostic studies with permeabilized muscle fibers.
Robert Boushel (Montreal CA) Local adaptations in mitochondrial substrate-specific O2 flux capacity with prolonged, low intensity, whole-body endurance training.
Martin J Kushmerick (Seattle US) Mitochondrial studies in situ reveal a novel mechanism of dysfunction: uncoupling in aged muscle.
1-06. Poster A1
Bartomeu Colom (Palma de Mallorca ES) Role of gender and caloric restriction in mitochondrial respiration-phosphorylation capacities and biogenesis in rat skeletal muscle. [YIP]
1-07. Poster A2
Martin Mogensen (Odense DK) Cycling efficiency is related to type I fibre content and inversely to UCP3 protein but not to mitochondrial efficiency determined in vitro. [YIP]
1-08. Poster A3
Yun Chang (Beijing CN) Polymorphisms in the mtDNA hypervariable region related to individual difference in endurance performance.
1-09. Poster A4
Li Wen (Tianjin CN) Effect of coenzyme Q10 supplementation on heart and liver mitochondrial function during exercise.
1-10. Poster A5
Yong Zhang (Tianjin CN) A feedback molecular regulation of uncoupling on ROS generation in muscle mitochondria during the prolonged exercise.
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