MitoFit Workshop Blood Cells 2016-01-08

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MitoFit Workshop Blood Cells 2016-01-08


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Innsbruck AT, 2016 Jan 08. MitoFit Workshop on blood cell respirometry for mitochondrial research and diagnostic applications.


Oroboros (2016-01-08) MitoFit

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MitoFit Workshop on blood cell respirometry for mitochondrial research and diagnostic applications. Innsbruck, AT


O2k-Network Lab: AT Innsbruck Oroboros


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ORO, 2016, MitoFit, MitoGlobal 

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Venue

Oroboros Instruments
Schöpfstr. 18 - see map
A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
MiPArt Gallery

Programme

This first meeting is planned as an informal discussion-workshop. The time schedule below is flexible and will be adjusted to the flow of discussions.
12:00 Lunch - Restaurant Glasmalerei
Please let us know if you can join, such that we can make an appropriate reservation.
13:45 Arrival for coffee/tee

14:00 - 16:00 Introductory presentations

14:00 Welcome - who is who
14:07 Erich Gnaiger: Introduction to the workshop.
14:15 Alexander Karabatsiakis: Blood cell respiratory function as a diagnostic biomarker.
14:45 Rainer Mutschler: Mitochondrial medicine requires high-quality diagnostics of mitochondrial (dys)function.
15:00 Elisa Calabria: Mitochondrial function in blood cell subpopulations of middle aged and older adults - project perspectives.
15:15 Carolina Doerrier, Zuzana Sumbalova, Gerhard Krumschnabel: Towards reference protocols.
16:00 Break - Coffee/Team

16:30 - 17:30 Round table discussion

Relevant topics:
  • Standardization of blood sampling.
  • Standard protocols for blood cell separation, cell type characterization (purity, composition).
  • Measurements for normalization: cell counting, protein, marker enzymes.
  • Blood cells storage: from fresh cells to cryopreservation.
  • Incubation media for measurement of intact and permeabilized cells.
  • Respiratory SUIT protocols: From replicates to multiple SUIT protocols.
  • Quality control, data analysis and data reporting.
  • Towards a data bank on mitochondrial respiratory function in human blood cells.
  • Mitochondrial biomarker: correlations of mitochondrial function in blood cells and other tissues.
  • From mitochondrial research to personalized patient diagnostics.
  • Blood cell mitochondria for drug development.
  • Perspectives for the stakeholders.

17:30 - 18:00 Next steps

For participants staying in Innsbruck: a glass of wine in the spirit of Gentle Science - Dinner


Participants

The project MitoFit is funded by the Land Tirol within the program K-Regio of Standortagentur Tirol.
Participant Institution
Baptista Ramon B BR Manaus Val AL: Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas de Amazonia (BR)
Calabria Elisa IT Verona Capelli C: Department of Neurological and Movement Sciences, University of Verona (IT)
Capelli Carlo IT Verona Capelli C: Department of Neurological and Movement Sciences, University of Verona (IT)
Doerrier Carolina AT Innsbruck Oroboros: Oroboros Instruments (AT)
Gnaiger Erich AT Innsbruck Oroboros: D. Swarovski Research Laboratory, Medical University of Innsbruck and Oroboros Instruments (AT)
Karabatsiakis Alexander DE Ulm Karabatsiakis A: Clinical and Biological Psychology, University of Ulm (DE)
Khalid Sana AT Innsbruck Gnaiger E: D. Swarovski Research Laboratory, Medical University of Innsbruck (AT)
Krumschnabel Gerhard AT Innsbruck Oroboros: Oroboros Instruments (AT)
Lamberti Giorgia AT Innsbruck Oroboros: Oroboros Instruments (AT)
Mutschler Rainer DE Speyer Mutschler R: BioMedical Center Speyer, Center for Integrative Medicine (DE)
Hagl Stephanie DE Frankfurt Eckert GP: Pharmakologisches Institut für Naturwissenschaftler, Biozentrum Campus Riedberg, Frankfurt am Main (DE)
Sumbalova Zuzana AT Innsbruck Oroboros: Oroboros Instruments (AT)
Zischka Hans DE Munich Zischka H: Institute of Molecular Toxicology and Pharmacology, Helmholtz Zentrum München (DE)


Literature

The growing number of blood cell mito publications: O2k-Publications - Blood cells