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Textbook on Mitochondrial Physiology (Gnaiger E, ed) Mitochondr. Physiol. Soc. electronic ed: Mitochonrial Physiology Society.


Electronic 1st edition
(C) 2008 Copyright remains with the authors of each section and of each file available as a download.
(C) 2008 Copyright 'Textbok on Mitochondrial Physiology': MiPsociety


Contents

Last update: 2008-07-28

Overview

Following the MiPschool on Mitochondrial Physiology 2008, the lecturers decided to prepare a 'Textbook on Mitochondrial Physiology', which will evolve in conjunction with future MiPsummer Schools (June 2009, USA; 2010, Brazil; June 2010, Austria) and in collaboration with members of the Executive MiPcommittee . This is a direct response to the feedback received during the MiPschool 2008.
The Textbook on Mitochondrial Physiology starts as an on-line introduction into the topics constituting the scientific background of the MiPsociety. Links will be made available to relevant websites, including selected protocols for practical approaches to MiP. In due time, a hard copy will be produced to further disseminate the MiP Textbook and as an expression of the mission of the MiPsociety.
More detailed instructions and recommendations for contributions will be available on this page.


Mitochondrial Respiratory Control

Erich Gnaiger
Daniel Swarovski Research Laboratory, Department of General and Transplant Surgery, Medical University Innsbruck, Austria; erich.gnaiger@i-med.ac.at
(C) 2009 Copyright remains with the author.
Refer to: Gnaiger E (2009) Mitochondrial respiratory control. In: Textbook on Mitochondrial Physiology (Gnaiger E, ed) Mitochondr. Physiol. Soc. electronic ed: Mitochondrial Physiology Society

Nitric oxide and other gas interactions with mitochondria

Guy C Brown
Department of Biochemistry, University of Cambridge, UK. - gcb@mole.bio.cam.ac.uk
(C) 2008 Copyright remains with the author.
Refer to: Brown GC (2008) Nitric oxide and other gas interactions with mitochondria. In: Textbook on Mitochondrial Physiology (Gnaiger E, ed) Mitochondr. Physiol. Soc. electronic ed: Mitochondrial Physiology Society

Comments

I am very interested in the textbook and would like to contribute. I think it is badly needed to get people up to running or even walking speed. I remain committed to the idea. - Charles Hoppel (Cleveland, USA)
MiP texbook is a great idea and I'll be happy to contribute to it with my lecture. - Vilma Borutaite (Kaunas, Lithuania)
Yes I will certainly participate. I will have to remove some materials, but should be able to send you the Powerpoint presentations as a starter. - Steven Hand (Baton Rouge, LA, USA)
I would be keen ... When do you want it by? - Anthony Hickey(Auckland, New Zealand)
From the feedback I can read the need for an introductive knowledge, accessible basic mitochondrial science, in a bring-home documentation format. We could also videotape the course and provide movies on the website as webseminars are developing rapidly these days; an electronic version of the MiPschool. I'll certainly send an edited version of my lecture for this textbook. - Rodrigue Rossignol (Bordeaux, France)




The Textbook on Mitochondrial Physiology is an evolutionary project of the MiPsociety. Chapters are being added according to invitation and availability.