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MiP2019/MitoEAGLE Belgrade RS

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Belgrade RS, 13-16 Oct 2019. 14th Conference on Mitochondrial Physiology: Mitochondrial function: changes during life cycle and in noncommunicable diseases - COST MitoEAGLE perspectives and MitoEAGLE WG and MC Meeting.

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Abstract: COST MitoEAGLE WG and MC Meeting, 2019, Belgrade, Serbia.

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Minutes MitoEAGLE Belgrade 2019

Click to open pdf file - Minutes prepared by Luiza Cardoso, Carolina Doerrier, Nina Krako Jakovljevic and Marija Beno.
Find the WG summaries in the Minutes and also here


Local organizers

  • Lalic Nebojsa, University of Belgrade, RS

  • Krako Jakovljevic Nina, University of Belgrade, RS

  • Local executive organizer: Smart travel PCO

    Feedback

    • Another fantastic meeting with the mitopeople! Many thanks for including me in the programme. I feel like I got so much from these few days. Lots of ideas to work on. - Chakrabarti L
    • I wanted to cordially thank you again for the invitation to the MitoEAGLE meeting in Belgrade. It was a great experience - scientifically, culturally and socially. - Pesta D
    • It was a pleasure to participate at this meeting, excellent venue, great speakers and fantastic organization. - Garcia-Roves PM
    • Thank you very much for this wonderful meeting! ... The Meeting was very interesting and inspiring, well organized - job excellently done! - Vendelin M
    • Congratulate with you for the fantastic organization, high scientific quality of the meeting, and the extraordinary hospitality. - Muntean DM


    Venue

    Rectorate Building of the University of Belgrade
    Studentski trg 1, Beograd, Serbia
    Google Map

    Registration

    closed


    Registration cost structure

    Cost structure
    Cost structure











    Abstracts

    Send your abstract in the Abstract format to conference e-mail and to [email protected] in Cc. Submitted abstracts provide the basis for allocation of MitoEAGLE reimbursement.
    » Option A: Extended abstracts
    » Otpion B: Abstract format
    Example: Doerrier 2017 Abstract MitoEAGLE Barcelona
    Deadline: 2019-Sep-30




    Programme

    MitoEAGLE Working Groups
    Programme available for download: pdf
    Please note that there was an update in the programme (MC Meeting) for the last day, Wednesday Oct 16: download pdf
    The Working Group summaries will presented in the Thursday afternoon WG sessions


    1. Session: Mitochondria and lifestyle (exercise and nutrition)
    2. Session: Mitochondrial function in noncommunicable diseases
    3. Session: Mitochondrial dynamics (shape, biogenesis, communication with other organelles, fusion and fission)
    4-6. Session: Various mitochondrial oral presentations - details will follow
    MC Meeting: Presentation


    Working Groups

    WG1: MitoEAGLE protocols, terminology, documentation


    WG2: MitoEAGLE data repository in skeletal and cardiac muscle
    • Summary of progress:
    Inter-laboratory harmonization of respiratory protocols in permeabilized human muscle fibers
    Generating reference values on mitochondrial respiration in permeabilized muscle fibers
    Altered mitochondrial metabolism in the diabetic heart


    WG3: MitoEAGLE data repository: adipose, liver, neuronal


    WG4: MitoEAGLE data repository for blood cells and cultured cells


    Speakers


    Participants - alphabetical order

      (Attendance list)
    
     Has title
    Rustan 2019 MiP2019
    Arild Rustan
    Does donor sex, age, body mass index, exercise status, or muscle type influence energy metabolism in cultured skeletal muscle cells?
    Betiu 2019 MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Cell-permeable succinate improves amiodarone-induced mitochondrial Complex I and II inhibition in human platelets.
    Avram 2019 MiP2019
    Vlad Avram
    Cell-permeable succinate bypasses statin-induced decrease in mitochondrial ATP-generating respiration in human platelets.
    Aasander Frostner 2019 MiP2019
    Eleonor Aasander Frostner
    No abstract, Co-autor of Avram 2019 MiP2019 and Betiu 2019 MiP2019.
    Abdel-Rahman 2019 MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Mitochondrial respiration in platelets of children with autism spectrum disorder.
    Lelcu 2019 MiP2019
    Theia Lelcu
    Assessment of platelet respiration in blood malignancies: a pilot study in children and adults.
    Chabi 2019 MiP2019
    Béatrice Chabi
    Generating reference values on mitochondrial respiration in permeabilized muscle fibers.
    Aid-Vanakova 2019 MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Adaptation of muscle OXPHOS in developing glucose intolerance - Wfs1 mice model.
    Timohhina 2019 MiP2019
    Natalja Timohhina
    Metabolic effects of mitochondria-targeted antioxidant peptides in colorectal cancer cells.
    Ali 2019 MiP2019
    Sameh Ali
    Differential role of mitochondria in rescuing glycolytically inhibited subpopulation of triple negative breast cancer cells.
    Crisostomo 2019 MiP2019
    Luís Crisóstomo
    “Mitogheist” – Is testicular mitochondrial dysfunction a ghost pattern of paternal high-fat diet in mice?
    Hand 2019 MiP2019
    Steven Hand
    Mitochondrial function and protection during life cycle arrests.
    Medar 2019 MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Long-term sildenafil treatment improves expression of the main mitochondrial dynamics markers in aged myocardium.
    Starovlah 2019a MiP2019
    Isidora Starovlah
    Psychophysiological stress changes transcriptional profile of molecular markers of mitochondrial dynamics in myocardium of adult male rats.
    Marinkovic 2019 MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Aging-related increase of cGMP disrupts mitochondrial homeostasis in Leydig cells.
    Andric 2019a MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Markers of mitochondrial biogenesis, fusion and architecture are disturbed in PBMC from war veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
    Radovic 2019b MiP2019
    Sava Radovic
    Conditional deletion of insulin and IGF1 receptors disturbs transcription of the main markers of mitochondrial biogenesis and architecture/fusion in mouse prepubertal steroidogenic cells of testes but not ovaries.
    Radovic 2019a MiP2019
    Sava Radovic
    Conditional deletion of insulin and IGF1 receptors in steroidogenic cells changes profile of molecular markers of mitochondrial dynamics in myocard of prepubertal male, but not female mice.
    Starovlah 2019b MiP2019
    Isidora Starovlah
    Mitochondrial dynamic markers and acrosomal reaction are disturbed in spermatozoa from stressed adult rats.
    Andric 2019b MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Mitochondrial morphology and mitochondrial biogenesis are altered in Leydig cells from stressed adult rats.
    Lemieux 2019a MiP2019
    Hélène Lemieux
    Partial prevention of oxidative stress damage to mitochondria with photobiomodulation.
    Popovic 2019 MiP2019
    Malica Popovic
    Role of cytochrome c oxidase in biogenesis and maintenance of oxidative phosphorylation machinery.
    Stiban 2019 MiP2019
    Johnny Stiban
    Antitumor effects of microwave intratumor therapy using magnetic ferucarbotran nanoparticles on breast cancer xenografts.
    Arnould 2019 MiP2019
    Thierry Arnould
    Role of Sirtuin 3 in the differentiation of 3T3-L1 preadipocytes.
    Misirkic Marjanovic 2019 MiP2019
    Maja Misirkic Marjanovic
    Dual role of mitochondrial damage in anticancer and antipsychotic treatment.
    Kruse 2019 MiP2019
    Caroline Kruse
    Peripheral blood mononuclear cells to detect mitochondrial dysfunction in horses: a preliminary study.
    Chakrabarti 2019 MiP2019
    Lisa Chakrabarti
    Levels of eicosanoids and cytokines reveal sex differences in cerebellar mitochondria in Parkinson’s disease and controls.
    Kopitar-Jerala 2019 MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Anti inflammatory role of cystatins and mitochondrial function.
    Karro 2019 MiP2019
    Niina Karro
    Respiration of permeabilized cardiomyocytes from mice: no sex differences, but substrate-dependent changes in the apparent ADPaffinity.
    Fernandez-Moreno 2019 MiP2019
    Mercedes Fernandez-Moreno
    Role of mitochondrial DNA from OA patients in cellular apoptosis, senescence and autophagy.
    Blier 2019 MiP2019
    Pierre Blier
    The secrets of extreme longevity from bivalves.
    Vandermeeren 2019 MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Thermal tolerance, ROS production and heart fatty acids content in salmonids.
    Lemieux 2019b MiP2019
    Hélène Lemieux
    Altered mitochondrial metabolism in the diabetic heart.
    Holody 2019 MiP2019
    Claudia Holody
    Sex-specific changes in neonatal cardiac mitochondrial function in response to perinatal iron deficiency.
    Canto 2019 MiP2019
    Carles Canto Alvarez
    Mitochondrial dynamics and cellular metabolism: lessons from mouse models.
    Krako Jakovljevic 2019 MiP2019
    Nina Krako Jakovljevic
    Lower insulin sensitivity differently affects mitochondrial coupling in liver and muscle cells.
    Cannon 2019 MiP2019
    Barbara Cannon
    No Abstract
    Cardoso 2019 MiP2019
    Luiza Cardoso
    Effects of glucose concentration in cell culture media on hepatocellular carcinoma HuH7 cells evaluated by high-resolution respirometry.
    Pirkmajer 2019 MiP2019
    Sergej Pirkmajer
    Effect of antirheumatic drugs on AMPK and mitochondrial respiration in skeletal muscle.
    Sumbalova 2019a MiP2019
    Zuzana Sumbalova
    Platelet mitochondrial function, coenzyme Q10, and oxidative stress in patients with chronic kidney diseases.
    Doerrier 2019 MiP2019
    Carolina Doerrier
    Inter-laboratory harmonization of respiratory protocols in permeabilized human muscle fibers.
    Dahdah 2019 MiP2019
    Norma Dahdah
    Approaches to assess mitochondrial respiration in white adipose tissue.
    Vujacic-Mirski 2019 MiP2019
    Ksenija Vujacic-Mirski
    ROS formation involving mitochondrial and NADPH oxidase in various tissues and mitochondria.
    Dominguez-Amorocho 2019 MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Role of Sirtuin 1/3 in CD4+ T cells activation and differentiation in obese and transplanted animals.
    Djordjevic 2019 MiP2019
    Mirko Djordjevic
    Sex-specific effects of candidate Trojan Female Technique haplotype on viability in pest species Acanthoscelides obtectus.
    Markovic 2019 MiP2019
    Ivanka Markovic
    Targeting energy-sensing pathways as possible neuroprotective strategy in neurodegenerative disorders.
    Tioli 2019 MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Involvement of mitochondrial respiratory supercomplexes in anti-bacterial innate immunity.
    Garcia-Roves 2019 MiP2019
    Pablo Garcia-Roves
    Metabolic plasticity in obesity-related type 2 diabetes.
    Genova 2019 MiP2019
    Maria Luisa Genova
    No abstract, Co-autor of Tioli 2019 MiP2019.
    Gnaiger 2019 MiP2019
    Erich Gnaiger
    OXPHOS capacity in human muscle tissue and body mass excess – the MitoEAGLE mission towards an integrative database (Version 6; 2020-01-12).
    Isakovic 2019 MiP2019
    Andjelka Isakovic
    The role of ROS in antileukemic action of ethyl ester compound and corresponding Pt(II) and Pt(IV) complexes.
    Hebert-Chatelain 2019a MiP2019
    Etienne Herbert Chatelain
    Src kinase slows down mitochondrial fission and OXPHOS via phosphorylation of ATP5B.
    Sumbalova 2019b MiP2019
    Zuzana Sumbalova
    The decline of mitochondrial respiration in isolated platelets after short-term storage.
    Jeremic 2019 MiP2019
    Marija Jeremic
    Neurotoxic effect of extracellular alpha-synuclein can be alleviated by AMPK and autophagy.
    Hebert-Chatelain 2019b MiP2019
    Etienne Herbert Chatelain
    Mitochondria get stoned by cannabinoid receptors.
    Pavlovic 2019 MiP2019
    Barbara Cannon
    Effects of therapeutic metformin concentration on mitochondria in muscle cells.
    Jansen-Duerr 2019 MiP2019
    Pidder Jansen-Dürr
    No abstract.
    Jones 2019 MiP2019
    MiPsociety
    Role of mitochondria in altered metabolic fluxes in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
    Lalic 2109 MiP2019
    Nebojsa Lalic
    Pathophysiology of type 2 diabetes and mitochondrial dysfunction: possible therapeutic implications.
    ... further results



    Impressions

    More pictures available here: google photos
    Pictures taken by the Local Organizers

    Hotel suggestions

    The following hotels are at the vicinity of the conference venue and offer special prices for MitoEAGLE2019 participants. You can download the reservation form below or directly from the hotel website; please send the forms to your chosen hotel (emails provided on the forms). Alternatively, if no form is available, you can use the reference MITOEAGLE2019 during reservation.
    Hotel Belgrade Inn Garni (44€-85€)
    Belgrade Art Hotel (90€-95€)
    Palace Hotel (49€-69€)
    Mama shelter (115€-125€)
    Courtyard by Marriott (180€-190€)
    Envoy hotel

    How to get there

    Belgrade is easily accessed by plain (direct flights from major European cities), as well as by other means of transportation.
    The entrance visa is not needed for EU countries and for a significant number of other countries (please verify at the Embassy of Serbia).
    Belgrade Nikola Tesla airport is located 18 km west of Belgrade center.
    Belgrade airport public transportation

    Minibus A1

    The cheapest way to travel between the airport and the city center is by bus. A1 minibus takes you to Slavija square in the center of Belgrade. It departs every 20 minutes during the day, and every hour after 19:20 (7:20 PM). The ticket can be purchased in the bus and the price is 300 RSD (2.5 EUR).
    Bus line information
    How to get from Slavija square to the venue
    The Rectorate building is located at one of the central city squares, Studentski trg (Students square). You can take the bus 31 or 29A, or minibus E9 from Slavija square to Terazije, and then it is a 5 minute walk through the pedestiran zone - Knez Mihailova street, to get to Studentski trg. The price for the ticket is 150 RSD (1.2 EUR) if bought on the bus, and just 89 RSD (0.7 EUR) if bought at the newspaper stand.

    Local Bus 72

    There is also a local bus line, number 72, takes approx. 40 minutes. It takes you to Zeleni Venac in the center of Belgrade, from where you can walk to the venue at Students square. The bus departs every half an hour from 4 AM to 11:40 PM. The price for the ticket is 150 RSD (1.2 EUR) if bought on the bus, and just 89 RSD (0.7 EUR) if bought at the newspaper stand.
    Bus line PDF
    Make sure you have local currency, Serbian dinars, because other currencies are not accepted (there are exchange offices and ATMs at the airport that are open 24/7).

    Taxi

    The easiest and safest way to get a taxi at the airport is to go to the Taxi info desk that is located in the baggage claim area, and the staff will order you a taxi and tell you the exact price for your destination. The price is 10-15 EUR for all destinations in the wider city center area.
    Airport Taxi information

    How to get to the venue

    The Rectorate building is located at one of the central city squares, Studentski trg (Students square). You can take the bus 31 or 29A, or minibus E9 from Slavija square to Terazije, and then it is a 5 minute walk through the pedestiran zone - Knez Mihailova street, to get to Studentski trg.


    Financial support

    COST MitoEAGLE reimbursement

    1. Eligibility: Participants from Inclusivness Target Countries, Early career investigators and participants from all COST countries (details) and invited speaker from International Partner Countries can apply - MitoEAGLE network.
    2. Priority will be given to members of Inclusiveness Target Countries, to participants with specific presentations and to participants who will attend the entire event (Conference and Working Group Meeting).
    3. Send your abstract in the Abstract format to [email protected] and to [email protected] in Cc
    Submitted abstracts provide the basis for allocation of MitoEAGLE reimbursement.
    Abstract deadline: 2019 Sep 30
    4. The COST MitoEAGLE reimbursement will cover the local costs (accommodation with 60€/night flat rate and meals with 20€ flat rate) and travel expenses.
         » Reimbursement rules: COST_MitoEAGLE_reimbursement_information
    


    MiPsociety and MitoEAGLE

    MitoEAGLE
    • The MitoEAGLE network aims to improve our knowledge on mitochondrial function in health and disease related to Evolution, Age, Gender, Lifestyle and Environment. Every study of mitochondrial (mt) function and disease is faced with EAGLE as the essential background conditions characterizing the individual patient, subject, study group, species, tissue or even cell line.
    Membership in the MitoEAGLE network is open to all researchers sharing an interest in mitochondrial research and medicine
     » Join the COST Action CA15203 MITOEAGLE


    MiPsociety
    • The MiPsociety is an international organization, based in Europe and operating world-wide and has become a legal body in 2011 continuing a tradition of rigorous mitochondrial bioenergetics; integrating molecular, cellular and organismic physiology and pathology.
    Membership is open to all researchers
     » MiP membership


    Support

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    This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology) under grant agreement No OC-2015-2-19984.




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