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* 2011-12-08: [http://www.oroboros.at/index.php?nextcourse#c3202 O2k-Workshop on High-Resolution Respirometry, Hyderabad, India]
* 2011-12-08: [http://www.oroboros.at/index.php?nextcourse#c3202 O2k-Workshop on High-Resolution Respirometry, Hyderabad, India]

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MitoCom News

  • Open positions
Administrative Assistant
Technical assistant

2011-11-29: 9. Tiroler Innovationstag

ab 12.30 Uhr: Treffen im Congress Innsbruck, 3. Stock
13.00 Uhr: Begrüßung DDr. Petra Stöckl (Programm Managerin Life Sciences Tirol)
13.05 Uhr: Die neue Clusterstrategie. Vorstellung der Eckdaten
13.20 Uhr: Vorstellung der Clusterpartner und Diskussion der Clusterstrategie
  • 14.00 Uhr Vorstellung K-Regio Cardiospect. MMag. Dominik Pesta (Ergospect)
  • 14.15 Uhr Vorstellung K-Regio MitoCom. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Erich Gnaiger (Oroboros)
15:00 m Tiroler Innovationstag - Programm

2011-11-19: An extension of MitoPedia

2011-11-11: Bioblast alert

  • Bioblast alert was launched, for information purposes, not intended to be an advertisement.

2011-11-04: Product news

2011-November: MitoCom Lectures, Innsbruck

MitoCom Track Record

2011-10-20 to 21: Targeting Mitochondria, Berlin, DE

  • Invited lecture: Erich Gnaiger - Gnaiger 2011 Abstract-Berlin
  • Exhibition of OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS and MitoCom Tyrol: Katrin Stecher, Lyda Staudacher

2011-09-24: High-output to replace wasteful high-throughput?

2011-09-05 to 04: MiP2011 Bordeaux, France

2011-08-31 to 09-04: KAGOSHIMA JAPAN

2011-08-26 to 27: O2k-Workshop China

2011-08-12: Circular on MitoScore

MitoScore is an initiative of MitoCom:

2011-08-09: Manuscript accepted for publication in IJBCB

  • "Mitochondrial respiratory control and early defects of oxidative phosphorylation in the failing human heart" (by Lemieux H, Semsroth S, Antretter H, Höfer D, Gnaiger E) was accepted for publication in Intl. J. Biochem. Cell Biol.
  • From the anonymous referee's comments:
    • Reviewer #1: "The manuscript by Lemieux and colleagues offers interesting insight into the bioenergetics of early phases of heart failure."
    • Reviewer #2: "This is a beautifully written work, replete with well-designed experiments and, within the space limitations, a nice review of the pertinent literature. The demonstration of impaired mitochondrial fatty acid oxidation in early stages of human failure is very important, as is the demonstration of defects in the phosphorylation system and Complex I-linked respiration."
    • Reviewer #3: "The manuscript belongs literally to the symphony of bioenergetics and have mastered on a maximum thorough and detailed level a priority study of human heart disease bioenergetics in an intermediate state of heart disease, which was done only scarcely in medical sciences and for this orthodox approach this work deserves a high attention. It elegantly describes detailed oxidative phosphorylation parameters in heart disease compared to the control human heart. Using high-resolution respirometry of permeabilized human heart muscle fibres authors progressively describe distinct aspect of measured data in logical steps to present important differences of diminished mitochondrial function during heart failure. Using elegant protocols developed for years, authors distinguish between phosphorylating (OXPHOS) and non-phosphorylating (ETS) conditions with both complex I and II input using physiological substrates of glucose and lipid oxidation. With presented protocols, authors are able to provide conclusions regarding, e.g., complex I impairment, phosphorylation system limitation (3.2) mitochondrial content (3.3), leak respiration involvement, etc., besides OXPHOS and ETS capacities. Authors use their own terminology describing respiratory states. It would be useful to explain briefly their terminology also in terms of the canonical state 2 - 4 terminology. In spite of this, the methodology approach and presented data are well explained."

2011-07-18: Informal MitoCom-MiPArt 18:18

  • Monday, July 18 ● 18:18 h ● Schöpfstr. 18 – we thank our guests for sharing a friendly 18:18 evening with us.
    • Informal get-together at 'Oroboros' - science and art - celebrate a "beautifully written work" - a "symphony of bioenergetics" (see 2011-08-09).
    • Celebrate the official acceptance of K-Regio MitoCom Tyrol.
    • Explore future perspectives.

2011-07-12: The K-Regio MitoCom project - accepted

2011-07-12: Manuscript accepted in AJP

2011-07-11 to 13: Introductory O2k-Workshop (IOC62) - MitoCom Tyrol

  • Location: OROBOROS INSTRUMENTS, Schöpfstr. 18, Innsbruck, Austria.
  • More informatio: IOC62

2011-06-15 to 18: UMDF Mitochondrial Medicine 2011 - Chicago, US

2011-05-18: MiPArt - Mitochondria - the Aliens in our Cells

MiPArt - Mitochondria - the Aliens in our Cells

  • Exhibition (Odra Noel, Richard Altmann and others)
  • Presentation of MitoCom Tyrol

2011-05-01: Start K-Regio Project MitoCom Tyrol

MitoCom Announcements

2012-12-12 to 15: Crystals in Mitochondrial Competence