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COST Action CA15203 (2016-2021): MitoEAGLE
Evolution-Age-Gender-Lifestyle-Environment: mitochondrial fitness mapping

Sokolova Inna

MitoPedia topics: EAGLE 

COST: Member COST WG1: WG1

Name Sokolova Inna, Prof., PhD
Sokolova I
Institute of Biological Sciences,

University of Rostock, DE

Address Albert-Einstein-Straße 3, 18057
City Rostock
Country Germany
Email [email protected]
O2k-Network Lab DE Rostock Sokolova I



Steffen 2023 J Exp Biol2023Steffen JBM, Sokolov EP, Bock C, Sokolova IM (2023) Combined effects of salinity and intermittent hypoxia on mitochondrial capacity and reactive oxygen species efflux in the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas.
Ouillon 2021 J Exp Biol2021Ouillon N, Sokolov EP, Otto S, Rehder G, Sokolova IM (2021) Effects of variable oxygen regimes on mitochondrial bioenergetics and reactive oxygen species production in a marine bivalve Mya arenaria. J Exp Biol 224:jeb237156.
BEC 2020.1 doi10.26124bec2020-0001.v12020Gnaiger E et al ― MitoEAGLE Task Group (2020) Mitochondrial physiology. Bioenerg Commun 2020.1.
Wu 2020 Chemosphere2020Wu F, Sokolov EP, Dellwig O, Sokolova IM (2020) Season-dependent effects of ZnO nanoparticles and elevated temperature on bioenergetics of the blue mussel Mytilus edulis. Chemosphere 263:127780.
Sokolov 2018 Mitochondrion2018Sokolov EP, Sokolova IM (2018) Compatible osmolytes modulate mitochondrial function in a marine osmoconformer Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793). Mitochondrion 45:29-37.


Kovalev 2018 EMBS2018Kovalev A, Sokolova I, Sukhotin A (2018) Allometry of mitochondrial respiration in mussels. EMBS.
Sokolova 2014 Abstract MiP20142014Bioenergetic responses to cyclic hypoxia reveal mitochondrial mechanisms of hypoxia tolerance in marine bivalves.

MitoEAGLE Feedback

  • I am particularly interested in the effects of hypoxia/reoxygenation and environmental toxins on mitochondrial function. As you might remember from our recent meeting at the MiP conference, I mostly work with non-model organisms, specifically invertebrate extremophiles whose mitochondria are exceptionally resilient to toxins and hypoxia/reoxygenation, in order to determine the mechanisms of this tolerance which may also have implications for human conditions such as ischemia-reperfusion or toxic metal overload. I am interested in opportunities to join the network of researchers working on similar questions in humans and mammalian models and potentially contribute to the MitoEAGLE initiative. I am currently at UNC Charlotte but will be moving to Uni Rostock (Germany) in July 2016, which would make it easier for me to collaborate with European partners. Therefore, I would be very much interested in learning more about this project and opportunities to contribute to it. - Inna Sokolova (2016).

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