MiPschool Druskininkai LT 2010

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Druskininkai LT, 2010 Jun 10-16. 4th MiPsummer school on Mitochondrial Respiratory Physiology.

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Abstract: 4th MiPsummer school on Mitochondrial Respiratory Physiology, 2010 June 10-16, Druskininkai, Lithuania.


Organizer

Vilma Borutaite, PhD
Institute for Biomedical Research, Kaunas University of Medicine, 3007 Kaunas, Lithuania
We are happy to announce the final programme for the MiPsummer School 2010 which will be held at the Conference center Spa-Vilnius, Druskininkai, Lithuania. This will be the Fourth MiPsummer School, following the successful MiPsummer Schools 2007, 2008, and 2009.
The MiPsummer School is open to graduate students, postdocs, scientists from academia and biotechnology/pharmaceutical companies and related entities. The aim of the MiPsummer School is to provide current information and concepts on mitochondrial physiology from basic, biomedical and clinical perspectives. Overview presentations and practical demonstrations on high-resolution respirometry and its applications in mitochondrial physiology will be included. The interests expressed by participants and the MiP lecturers will determine the range of topics but special emphasis this year will be given to mitochondria in brain health and disease.
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MiPsummer 2010 - Travel Information

Druskininkai is located 120-130 km south from Vilnius and Kaunas. Both cities, Vilnius and Kaunas, have international airports with good connections to many European cities.
Travel plan 1:
1) Fly to International Airport of Vilnius(VNO) (flights from Paris, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Oslo, London, Stockholm, Tallinn, Riga, Copenhagen, Dublin, Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Frankfurt, Prague, Warsaw, Kiev, Munich, Vienna, Milan, Rome).
2) Take the connecting train or the bus number 1 to Vilnius Railway/Bus station (tickets may be purchased from drivers, less than 1 Euro), or taxi (approximately 8 Euro).
3) Take a coach to Druskininkai (approximately 10 Euro).
Travel plan 2:
1) Fly to International Airport of Kaunas(KUN) (Ryanair flights from Oslo, Riga, Dublin, Tamper, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol, London, Paris, Bremen, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Brussels, Frankfurt, Milan, Barcelona).
2) Take the bus number 29 (less than 1 Euro), or taxi (approximately 15 Euro) to Kaunas Bus station.
3) Take a coach to Druskininkai (approximately 10 Euro).


Druskininkai Bus station is next to Conference center Spa-Vilnius (K. Dineikos str. 1, Druskininkai; www.spa-vilnius.lt ).
Time tables for coaches to Druskininkai can be found on-line: www.autobusubilietai.lt
If there is a request from participants we can organize transportation from Vilnius and Kaunas (additional fees would apply).


MiPsummer 2010: Recommended Reading

Keywords: MIA, PA M, SAM, TIM, TOM.
Keywords: apoptosis, necrosis, cytochrome c, mitochondrial membrane, permeability transition.
Keywords: mitochondrion, ischemia, control coefficient, hear.
Keywords: inflammation, cell death, nitric oxide, peroxynitrite, phagocytosis, iNOS, NADPH oxidase.
Keywords: cadmium and copper, lipid peroxidation, metabolic control analysis, modular kinetic analysis, oxidative phosphorylation.
Focus on: Respirometry with permeabilized fibres and isolated mitochondria. Convergent CI+II electron input and OXPHOS capacity. Tissue-OXPHOS capacity in human permeabilized muscle fibres and isolated mitochondria. Tissue-OXPHOS capacity and functional diversity.
  • Gnaiger E (2009) Mitochondrial Pathways through Complexes I+II: Convergent Electron Transport at the Q-Junction and Additive Effect of Substrate Combinations. In: Mitochondrial Pathways and Respiratory Control. OROBOROS MiPNet Publications 2009, 2nd ed.
Focus on: Polarographic oxygen sensor and traditional oxygraphy. High-resolution respirometry: The Oxygraph-2k. Calibration of polarographic oxygen sensors and oxygen concentration in respiration media at air saturation. From Oxygraph slopes to respiratory flux corrected for background effects. Phosphorylation control protocol with intact cells. Titration steps of the PC protocol. Experimental example for the PC protocol. Flux control ratios from the PC protocol. Intact cells, permeabilized cells and tissue, or isolated mitochondria?
Keywords: cell–cell signaling, energy substrates, exercise, gluconeogenesis, redox.
Keywords: apoptosis, necrosis, permeability transition pore, metabolic depression, anoxia, diapause, caspase activation.
  • Menze MA, Fortner G, Nag S, Hand SC (2010) Mechanisms of apoptosis in Crustacea: what conditions induce versus suppress cell death? Apoptosis: Special issue on unusual model systems for cell death research. 15 (3): 293-312.
Keywords: metabolic depression, diapauses, anoxia, Artemia franciscana, caspase, Bcl-2 family proteins, Apaf-1, Apip, IAP, radiation, toxins, viral infection, EST, phylogeny
Keywords: 2,2´, 5.5´-tetrachlorobiphenyl, liver mitochondria, oxidative phosphorylation, respiration, membrane potential, ATP synthase, complex I, kinetic analysis.
Keywords: mitochondria, energy depression, mitochondrial cell death, neurodegenerative, diseases, inflammation, hypoxia, cancer.
Keywords: saponin-permeabilized heart muscle fibers, isolated mitochondria, outer mitochondrial membrane permeability, cytochrome c test, oxidative phosphorylation, ischemia.
Keywords: heart mitochondria, modular kinetic analysis, membrane permeability, hyperthermia, oxidative phosphorylation.