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Aasum E


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Name Aasum Ellen, Prof., PhD.
Institution Cardiovascular Research Group

Department of Medical Physiology

Institute of Medical Biology

Faculty of Health Sciences

University of Tromsø

Address , 9037
City Tromsoe
State/Province
Country Norway
Email ellen.aasum@uit.no
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O2k-Network Lab NO Tromsoe Larsen TS


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Publications

 PublishedReference
Nabeebaccus 2017 JCI Insight2017Nabeebaccus AA, Zoccarato A, Hafstad AD, Santos CX, Aasum E, Brewer AC, Zhang M, Beretta M, Yin X, West JA, Schröder K, Griffin JL, Eykyn TR, Abel ED, Mayr M, Shah AM (2017) Nox4 reprograms cardiac substrate metabolism via protein O-GlcNAcylation to enhance stress adaptation. JCI Insight 2:96184.
Hafstad 2015 Antioxid Redox Signal2015Hafstad AD, Boardman N, Aasum E (2015) How exercise may amend metabolic disturbances in diabetic cardiomyopathy. Antioxid Redox Signal:2015 Apr 28 22:1587-605.
Hafstad 2011 J Appl Physiol2011Hafstad AD, Boardman NT, Lund J, Hagve M, Khalid AM, Wisløff U, Larsen TS, Aasum E (2011) High intensity interval training alters substrate utilization and reduces oxygen consumption in the heart. J Appl Physiol 111:1235-41.

Abstracts

 PublishedReference
Boardman 2018 MiPschool Tromso D32018
MiPsociety
High fat-load induces cardioprotection in hearts from obese mice.
Aasum 2017 Abstract MITOEAGLE Barcelona2017
COST Action MITOEAGLE
Mitochondrial function in the diabetic heart – effect of an acute fat-load.
Lund 2012 Abstract IOC682012Lund J, Hafstad AD, Hagve M, Larsen TS, Aasum E (2012) High intensity exercise prevents impairment of respiratory capacity in cardiac mitochondria from obese mice. MiPNet17.08.

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