ISANH and Scientific Committee of Targeting Mitochondria 2011 Awarded Dr Arduino for her work

 

During Targeting Mitochondria 2011, the Scientific Committee awarded three researchers for their innovative projects.

 

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 SIRT2 Deacetylase activity controls the autophagy-lysosomal system by modulating the acetylation of tubulin cytoskeleton.

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Ninapharm Awarded Dr Yuma Yamada for his Scientific Contribution

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Dr Yamada showed the possibility of mitochondrial genome targeting using a Dual Function (DF)-MITO-Porter...

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Among abstracts already accepted for Short Oral Presentation

The Scientific Committee of Targeting Mitochondria 2011 selecteds some abstracts for short oral presentations.

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Targeting Mitochondria & Ageing: Preventing ageing, strategies and opportunities

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During this 2nd World Congress on Targeting Mitochondria a whole session will be dedicated to ageing, preventive treatments, muscle weaknesses and all the strategies and opportunities linked to mitochondria and ageing.

Pr V. P. Skulachev from Moscow State University , Dr E. Seppet from University of Tartu and Pr M. Birch-Machin, Professor in Molecular Dermatology, in Newcastle University will present you their latest advances, discoveries and views about the role of mitochondria in ageing.

Don't miss the chance to attend to Targeting Mitochondria in Berlin. You will find all the necessary information about registration on this page.

Pr Mark Birch-Machin

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Prof. Birch-Machin will give a talk about Skin, Ageing & Mitochondria: Strategies & Opportunities during the 2nd World Congress on Targeting Mitochondria, in October 20-21 in Berlin.

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Discoveries in mitochondria open new field of cancer research

mtch_et_cancerEnzymes found in mitochondria hold implications for many age-related diseases

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Mitochondria: The Next (Neurode) Generation

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Adult-onset neurodegenerative disorders are disabling and often fatal diseases of the nervous system whose underlying mechanisms of cell death remain unknown.

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Cancer Researches will be enhanced by Discoveries in mitochondria

cancerEnzymes found in mitochondria hold implications for many age-related diseases.

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