||LIPOTOX seminar and guest speaker series
The next lecture in our SFB LIPOTOX guest speaker series will be Brian K. Kennedy, Buck Institute for Research on Ageing Novato, USA, January 10, 2014. For an overview of lecture dates and details on the seminar series please click here.
International Conference on the Bioscience of Lipids - June 2014
55th International Conference on the Bioscience of Lipids
23 - 27 June 2014
Robert Gordon University
Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
Call for Abstracts - oral or poster presentations (abstract should include a title and an outline of the work you wish to present; they should be no more than 250 words in total).
Abstracts on all aspects of lipid research are invited, but since the conference programme includes themed sessions, if your abstract aligns specifically to one of these sessions please indicate which one:
- Lipid Modulators of Inflammation and Immunity
- Modified Fatty Acids and Lipids
- Endocannabinoids: Synthesis and Function
- Phytolipids - A Vision for the Future?
- Lipidomics - What's Next?
- Lipids in Whole Body Systems
- Membrane Lipid Trafficking
- Other (Please detail)
How to Submit an Abstract
The abstract submission process is handled by Oxford Abstracts - you will be asked to set up a password which you can use to access and update your submission until the closing deadline. Please also note your abstract submission number and quote this in all conference correspondence. Please submit your abstract using the appropriate links at the ICBL 2014 website www.icbl-2014.org.
Deadline for Submissions
The deadline for all submissions is January 31 2014. We anticipate confirming acceptances of abstracts by the end of February 2014.
JBC: CARS microscopy gives new insights into the remodeling of lipid droplets during lipolysis and growth in adipocytes
Using label-free coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy, LIPOTOX scientists report in the Journal of Biological Chemistry that LDs grow by transfer of lipids from one organelle to another. Read more.
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Nature Medicine: ATGL-mediated fat catabolism regulates cardiac mitochondrial function via the PPARa and PGC-1a and b
LIPOTOX scientists report in Nature Medicine that lipolysis of cellular triacylglycerols by adipose triglyceride lipase (ATGL) generates essential mediator(s) involved in PPAR activation.
Hämmerle G, Moustafa T, Wölkart G, Kotzbeck P, Büttner S, Schmidt A, van de Weijer T, Hesselink M, Jäger D, Kienesberger P, Zierler K, Schreiber R, Eichmann T, Kolb D, Schweiger M, Kumari M, Eder S, Schoiswohl G, Wongsiriroj N, Pollak N, Radner FW, Preiss-Landl K, Kolbe T, Rülicke T, Pieske B, Trauner M, Lass A, Zimmermann R, Höfler G, Cinti S, Kershaw EE, Schrauwen P, Madeo F, Mayer B, and Zechner R. ATGL-mediated fat catabolism regulates cardiac mitochondrial function via the PPAR alpha and PGC-1 alpha and beta, Nature Medicine, Epub Aug 21, 2011.
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Science publication: ATGL conrtibutes to cancer-associated cachexia
Das SK, Eder S,
S, Diwoky C, Temmel H, Guertl B, Gorkiewicz G, Tamilarasan KP, Kumari
P, Trauner M, Zimmermann R, Vesely P, Haemmerle G, Zechner R, Hoefler
G. 2011. Adipose Triglyceride Lipase Contributes to Cancer-Associated
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Open positions in Graz
There are several vacant positions in LIPOTOX laboratories in Graz. Don't miss your chance of becoming part of our great team! http://lipotox.uni-graz.at/jobs.html