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P12 - Epigenetics of Lioid Overliad during Aging: The Crutial Role of Acetyl-CoA
Frank Madeo & Kai-Uwe Fröhlich
 

Principal Hypothesis and Objectives

We hypothesize that the pro-aging effects of lipid overload are transduced through a causal molecular chain that involves (i) enhancement of the nucleo-cytosolic acetyl-CoA pool leading to (ii) hyperacetylation of distinct histone sites and thereby (iii) epigenetic reprogramming of the cell. Disruption of this chain by mutation of the crucial histone sites identified may abolish the detrimental effects of lipotoxicity.

 


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CV & Publication List F. Madeo in pdf format
CV & Publication List KU. Fröhlich in pdf format


Affiliation
University of Graz
Institute of Molecular Biosciences
Humboldtstr. 50, A-8010 Graz

email: frank.madeo@uni-graz.at; kai-uwe.froehlich@uni-graz.at


Other Research Grant

Project Title
Grant No.
Pro-autophagic Polyphenols and Polyamines for Longevity (Madeo) FWF P27893
Doktoratskolleg (Ph.D. excellence program) Metabolic and Cardiovascular Disease (Madeo) FWF W1226
Anti-aging Effects of Intermittent Fasting in Humans (Madeo) University of Graz, Unconventional Research
FlySleep (Madeo) BMWF
 


updated 15.06.2016

Supported by the Austrian Science Fund

SFB LIPOTOX
Project Management: Dr. Vanessa Csitkovits, University of Graz, Institute of Molecular Biosciences, Heinrichstrasse 31, A-8010 Graz, Austria

vanessa.csitkovits@uni-graz.at

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