Session 4: Signalling To and From the Mitochondria – II.
Saturday, 17. Sept.
18:00 Chair: Keith Garlid (Oregon US, email@example.com)
Lech Wojtczak (Warszawa PL, firstname.lastname@example.org)
18:05-19:20 Oral presentations 10+5 min
Keith D Garlid (Portland US) Reconstitution of kinase signaling in mitochondria - how mitoKATP opening inhibits permeability transition opening. [YIP]
Marco Vendelin (Paris FR) Modulation of energy transfer between mitochondria and myofibrils by changes of the cardiac work.
Lech Wojtczak (Warszawa PL) Comparison of the effects of nonesterified fatty acids and of their amides (N-acyl-ethanolamines) on isolated mitochondria and on mitochondria within intact cells, including triggering of apoptosis.
Uwe Schlattner (Zurich CH) Mitochondrial GTP - a main function of NDP-kinase D?
Keshav Singh (Buffalo US) Mitochondria-to-nucleus cross talk and genomic intsability.
4-06. Poster B9
Boris F Krasnikov (New York US) A toxic halogenated cysteine S-conjugate has deleterious effects on mitochondrial physiology.
4-07. Poster B10
Jakob Troppmair (Innsbruck AT) Regulating cellular energy production: novel functions for ancient signalling pathways?
4-08. Poster B11
Dieter Morandell (Innsbruck AT) Modulation of mitochondrial respiratory parameters by the human papillomavirus type 16 E7 oncoprotein. [YIP]
4-09. Poster B12
Rudi Wiesner (Köln DE) Keratinocyte-specific knockout of the Tfam protein allows to elucidate the role of the mitochondrial respiratory chain for cell proliferation in vivo.
4-10A. Abstract without presentation
Andras Perl (Syracuse US) Mitochondrial hyperpolarization: a checkpoint of T-cell life, death and autoimmunity.
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