Mitochondrial Physiology 
- From Organelle to Organism

19-23 August 2019 in Copenhagen, Denmark

It is our pleasure to welcome you to the Mitochondrial Physiology Course in Copenhagen. The focus of the course is to combine state-of-art lectures with hands-on analyses of aspects of mitochondrial function and morphology using different techniques.

We will present you with several choices of mitochondrial analyses that you can consider in your own research. For example, respirometry of smooth muscle cells, muscle and adipose tissue by the Oroboros instrument, cell respiration by Seahorse Bioscience instruments and ROS production by amplex red detection.

We do not pretend to provide you with a full training course in these techniques, but you will by the end of the week have gained a better understanding of the limitations, pit-falls and advantages of many of the currently available techniques to study mitochondrial physiology. An important part of the course is to present your own research interest to the other participants by means of poster presentations, which will facilitate scientific discussions and enlarge your “mitochondrial network”.

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Registration procedure on Monday 19 August
(this information and information about workshops and selected abstracts will also be sent by e-mail in the beginning of week 33).  

Registration on Monday, 19 August will be from 11.30 hrs. to 12.30 hrs. and will take place outside the Nielsine Nielsen auditorium on the first floor of building 13.

Enter the Panum Institute by using the main entrance on Blegdamsvej 3 and take the stairs or the elevator to the 1st floor. The Nielsine Nielsen auditorium is situated in the corner on your left. You can also follow the Mitochondrial Physiology course signs.

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