Session 6: Respiration, Coupling, Permeability Transition, and UCPs
Sunday, 18. Sept.
10:45 Chair: Francis Sluse (Ličge BE, email@example.com)
Richard Porter (Dublin IE, firstname.lastname@example.org)
10:50-12:05 Oral presentations 10+5 min
Joris Hoeks (Maastricht NL) The effect of high-fat feeding on intramuscular lipid and lipid peroxidation levels in UCP3-ablated mice. [YIP]
Wieslawa Jarmuszkiewicz (Poznan PL) Inhibition of A. castellanii uncoupling protein activity by GTP depends on the redox state of quinone.
Richard K Porter (Dublin IE) Elucidation of the mechanism of mitochondrial uncoupling protein function using a synthetic glycolipid (glucose-o-ω-palmitate).
Francis Sluse (Ličge BE) Functional and proteomic impacts of variations of the expression of uncoupling proteins in living cells.
Nils-Erik Saris (Helsinki FI) The permeabilisation of mitochondria and bilayer phospholipid membranes by palmitic acid and Ca2+.
6-06. Poster C9
Valgardur Egilsson (Reykjavik IS) Mitochondria are sensitive to carcinogenic chemicals.
6-07. Poster C10
Petr Ježek (Prague CZ) Low abundance of UCP2 (UCP3, UCP4, UCP5) is sufficient for attenuation of mitochondrial ROS production.
6-08. Poster C11
6-09. Poster C12
Jaap Keijer (Wageningen NL) The metabolic phenotype of HT-29 human colon cancer cells is normalized by low intracellular folate levels.
6-10. Poster C13
Michael Menze (Baton Rouge US) Mitochondrial permeability transition in an invertebrate: Absence of a calcium-regulated pore in the face of profound Ca storage.
6-11. Poster C14
Evgeny Pavlov (Calgary CA) Single channel properties of the mitochondrial poly-3-hydroxybutyrate/Ca2+/polyphosphate complex.
6-12. Poster C15
Steven A Weinman (Galveston US) Hepatitis C virus core protein binds to mitochondria and induces Ca2+ uptake, ROS production, complex I inhibition, and permeability transition.
6-13. Poster C16
Assegid Garedew (Innsbruck AT) Respiratory coupling control ratio, respiratory capacity, and oxygen kinetics in cultured fibroblasts and myeloid progenitor cells.
6-14. Poster C17
Magnus Hansson (Lund SE) Brain mitochondrial production of reactive oxygen species is increased by calcium-induced permeability transition. [YIP]
6-15A. Abstract without presentation
Svitlana N Pyvovar (Kiev UA) Changes of the mitochondrial function by the new fluorine-containing KATP channel openers.
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