Articles

Role of a Novel Necrosis Inhibitor for Mitochondria in Myocardial Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury Model


Identification: Yang-Poster-196441-19J1

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Mitochondrial Biology in Heart and Skeletal Muscle

Skeletal Muscle Drp1 Maintains Metabolic Homeostasis through Preserving Mitochondrial Complex II function


Identification: Zhou-Poster-319631-19J1

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Mitochondrial Biology in Heart and Skeletal Muscle

Bid maintains mitochondrial cristae structure and function and protects against cardiac disease in an integrative genomics study


Identification: Zinkel-Poster-231154-19J1

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Mitochondrial Biology in Heart and Skeletal Muscle

SGLT2 inhibition restores mitochondrial metabolic flexibility in heart and is associated with reduced ischemia-induced cardiac injury


Identification: Jurczak-Poster-248477-19J1

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Mitochondrial Biology in Heart and Skeletal Muscle

Involvement of GCN1L1-GCN2 in mitochondrial dysfunction-induced ATF4 activation


Identification: Kasai-Poster-365265-19J1

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Mitochondrial Biology in Heart and Skeletal Muscle

The Effect of Insulin Signaling on Free Radical Production in Cardiomyocytes


Identification: Matsuzaki-Poster-364959-19J1

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Mitochondrial Biology in Heart and Skeletal Muscle

Fluorescence Imaging of Fatty Acid Uptake in the Heart and Brown Adipose Tissue with a Novel Near Infrared Construct


Identification: Panagia-Poster-352830-19J1

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Mitochondrial Biology in Heart and Skeletal Muscle

Age-Related Declines in α-Klotho Drive Progenitor Cell Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Impaired Muscle Regeneration


Identification: Sahu-Poster-364238-19J1

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Mitochondrial Biology in Heart and Skeletal Muscle

Increased triacylglycerol - fatty acid substrate cycling in human myotubes exposed to eicosapentaenoic acid


Identification: Thoresen-Poster-191094-19J1

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Mitochondrial Biology in Heart and Skeletal Muscle

Novel pH-sensitive biosensor zebrafish enable the in vivo visualization and interrogation of mitophagy during development and metabolic stress


Identification: Wrighton-Poster-271484-19J1

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Mitochondrial Biology in Heart and Skeletal Muscle