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Evolution-Age-Gender-Lifestyle-Environment: mitochondrial fitness mapping


 

Sokolova I


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Name Sokolova Inna, Prof., PhD
Institution
Sokolova I
Institute of Biological Sciences,

University of Rostock, DE

Address Albert-Einstein-Straße 3, 18057
City Rostock
State/Province
Country Germany
Email inna.sokolova@uni-rostock.de
Weblink http://www.meeresbiologie.uni-rostock.de/
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Publications

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Gnaiger 2019 MitoFit Preprint Arch2019Gnaiger E, Aasander Frostner E, Abdul Karim N, Abumrad NA, Acuna-Castroviejo D, Adiele RC, et al (2019) Mitochondrial respiratory states and rates. MitoFit Preprint Arch doi:10.26124/mitofit:190001.v4.
Sokolov 2018 Mitochondrion2018Sokolov EP, Sokolova IM (2018) Compatible osmolytes modulate mitochondrial function in a marine osmoconformer Crassostrea gigas (Thunberg, 1793). Mitochondrion 45:29-37.

Abstracts

 PublishedReference
Kovalev 2018 EMBS2018Kovalev A, Sokolova I, Sukhotin A (2018) Allometry of mitochondrial respiration in mussels. EMBS.
Sokolova 2014 Abstract MiP20142014Bioenergetic responses to cyclic hypoxia reveal mitochondrial mechanisms of hypoxia tolerance in marine bivalves.



MitoEAGLE Feedback

  • I am particularly interested in the effects of hypoxia/reoxygenation and environmental toxins on mitochondrial function. As you might remember from our recent meeting at the MiP conference, I mostly work with non-model organisms, specifically invertebrate extremophiles whose mitochondria are exceptionally resilient to toxins and hypoxia/reoxygenation, in order to determine the mechanisms of this tolerance which may also have implications for human conditions such as ischemia-reperfusion or toxic metal overload. I am interested in opportunities to join the network of researchers working on similar questions in humans and mammalian models and potentially contribute to the MitoEAGLE initiative. I am currently at UNC Charlotte but will be moving to Uni Rostock (Germany) in July 2016, which would make it easier for me to collaborate with European partners. Therefore, I would be very much interested in learning more about this project and opportunities to contribute to it. - Inna Sokolova (2016).


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