Session 5: Organization of the Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain and Control of Oxidative Phosphorylation
Sunday, 18. Sept.
08:45 Chair: Vladimir Skulachev (Moscow RU, email@example.com)
Bernhard Kadenbach (Marburg DE, firstname.lastname@example.org
08:50-10:05 Oral presentations 10+5 min
Maik Hüttemann (Detroit US) cAMP-dependent phosphorylation of catalytic subunit I of cytochrome c oxidase switches off enzyme activity.
Ashley Naimi (Innsbruck AT) Limitation of aerobic metabolism by the phosphorylation system and mitochondrial respiratory capacity of fibroblasts in vivo. The coupled reference state and reinterpretation of the uncoupling control ratio. [YIP]
Giovanni Benard (Bordeaux FR) Mitochondrial network organization determines OXPHOS status. [YIP]
Steven Hand (Baton Rouge US) Depression of oxidative phosphorylation under normoxia during invertebrate diapause and strategies for mitochondrial stabilization.
Pierre Blier (Rimouski CA) Functional significance of mtDNA evolution.
5-06. Poster C1
Michael I Verkhovsky (Helsinki FI) Importance of primary reactions in cytochrome c oxidase for mitochondrial physiology.
5-07. Poster C2
Pietro Luca Martino (Bari IT) ph dependence of the various phases of the proton pump of cytochrome c oxidase. [YIP]
5-08. Poster C3
Sebastian Vogt (Marburg DE) Regulation of cytochrome c oxidase kinetics in vivo by phosphorylation of subunits via different signal cascades in bovine heart and isolated rat cardiomyocytes.
5-09. Poster C4
Christophe Rocher (Bordeaux FR) The early stage of Complex I assembly is linked with Complex III and IV supercomplex. [YIP]
5-10. Poster C5
Barbara Lassnig (Innsbruck AT) Functional role of excess capacity of cytochrome c oxidase in isolated mitochondria, permeabilized cells and tissue preparations: Liver, heart, and skeletal muscle.
5-11. Poster C6
Andrew M James (Cambridge UK) Interactions of mitochondria-targeted and untargeted ubiquinones with the mitochondrial respiratory chain and reactive oxygen species: implications for the use of exogenous ubiquinones as therapies and experimental tools.
5-12. Poster C7
Hélène Lemieux (Rimouski CA) In quest for the origin of thermal sensitivity of electron transport in heart mitochondria. [YIP]
5-13. Poster C8
Joseph Clark (Cincinnati US) Assessment of mitochondrial function and respiratory complex function using mitochondria containing blood cells following membrane permeabilization.
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