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COST Action CA15203 (2016-2021): MitoEAGLE
Evolution-Age-Gender-Lifestyle-Environment: mitochondrial fitness mapping


 

Klaus S


MitoPedia topics: EAGLE 

COST: Member

COST WG2: WG2


COST Mentor: Mentor

Short-Term Scientific Missions Co-coordinator - Management Committee MitoEAGLE
Name Klaus Susanne, Prof. Dr.
Institution German Institute of Human Nutrition

Department of Pharmacology/ Group of Energy Metabolism

Address Arthur-Scheunert-Allee 114-116,

Landkreis: Potsdam-Rehbrücke, 14558

City Nuthetal
State/Province
Country Germany
Email klaus@dife.de
Weblink
O2k-Network Lab DE Nuthetal Klaus S


Labels: Field of research: Basic 



Publications

 PublishedReference
Herpich 2020 Exp Gerontol2020Herpich C, Franz K, Klaus S, Müller-Werdan U, Ost M, Norman K (2020) Age-related fatigue is associated with reduced mitochondrial function in peripheral blood mononuclear cells. Exp Gerontol 144:111177.
Ost 2020 EMBO Rep2020Ost M, Igual Gil C, Coleman V, Keipert S, Efstathiou S, Vidic V, Weyers M, Klaus S (2020) Muscle-derived GDF15 drives diurnal anorexia and systemic metabolic remodeling during mitochondrial stress. EMBO Rep 21:e48804.
Fernando 2019 Exp Gerontol2019Fernando R, Drescher C, Deubel S, Jung T, Ost M, Klaus S, Grune T, Castro JP (2019) Low proteasomal activity in fast skeletal muscle fibers is not associated with increased age-related oxidative damage. Exp Gerontol 117:45-52.
Coleman 2018 Sci Rep2018Coleman V, Sa-Nguanmoo P, Koenig J, Schulz TJ, Grune T, Klaus S, Kipp AP, Ost M (2018) Partial involvement of Nrf2 in skeletal muscle mitohormesis as an adaptive response to mitochondrial uncoupling. Sci Rep 8:2446.
Ost 2014 PLoS One2014Ost M, Werner F, Dokas J, Klaus S, Voigt A (2014) Activation of AMPKa2 is not crucial for mitochondrial uncoupling-induced metabolic effects but required to maintain skeletal muscle integrity. PLoS One 14:e94689.

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In my working group we are mainly interested in muscle, especially focusing on aging and sarcopenia (using animal models). I would be happy if new cooperations could be formed through the COST Action. I could imagine working on a joint review article. Next to examining muscle from mouse models, we are studying biopsies from human heart muscle and liver, but there is no published data on these studies yet. - Susanne Klaus (2016). Translated by Sandra Fleischmann
We have already gathered extensive data from skeletal muscles from different mouse models, and my co-workers Mario Ost and Verena Coleman were already at Oroboros workshops. I could well imagine working on a common review article. In addition to muscle from the mouse, we are currently investigating human heart muscle and liver biopsy, but we do not have any published data. - Susanne Klaus (2016). Translated by Marija Beno

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