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US TX Galveston Sheffield-Moore M

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O2k-Network Lab University of Texas Medical Branch
Address 301 University Blvd., 77555-1074
City Galveston
State/Prov Texas (TX)
Country USA
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Contact Sheffield-Moore Melinda
Team Danesi Christopher P, Dillon Edgar Lichar, Durham Bill, Randolph Kate, Wright Traver J
Team previous
Status 2 Power-O2k 2013-
Oroboros Events IOC104, IOC89
Topics Human muscle metabolism, cancer, aging


O2k-Publications

 PublishedReference
Porter 2015 Shock2015Porter C, Herndon DN, Bhattarai N, Ogunbileje JO, Szczesny B, Szabo C, Toliver-Kinsky T, Sidossis LS (2015) Severe burn injury induces thermogenically functional mitochondria in murine white adipose tissue. Shock 44:258-64.
Porter 2015 Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab2015Porter C, Hurren NM, Cotter MV, Bhattarai N, Reidy PT, Dillon EL, Durham WJ, Tuvdendorj D, Sheffield-Moore M, Volpi E, Sidossis LS, Rasmussen BB, Børsheim E (2015) Mitochondrial respiratory capacity and coupling control decline with age in human skeletal muscle. Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab 309:E224-32.

O2k-Abstracts

 PublishedReference
Bhattarai 2015 Abstract MiPschool Greenville 20152015Exercise improves whole-body and skeletal muscle oxidative capacity in burned children.
Porter 2014 Abstract IOC952014Porter C (2014) The impact of resistance exercise training on skeletal muscle mitochondrial respiration in healthy young adults. Mitochondr Physiol Network 19.10