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Oroboros Ecosystem Agenda 2023 Archive

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Oroboros Ecosystem Agenda 2023 Archive

Mitochondria and Cell Research - the Oroboros Ecosystem
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2023 Week 5
  • Jan- 30 Mo
NextGen-O2k The NADH-Module of the NextGen-O2k incorporates a UV light and NADH-Sensors to enable the evaluation of the redox state of the NAD(P)H-pool

- » Watch the video to learn more «


  • Jan- 31 Tu

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  • Feb- 05
»GRC Mitochondria in Health and Disease 2023 Lucca IT« Feb 05-10


Jan 2023

2023 Week 1
  • Jan- 02 Mo

  • Jan- 03 Tu
Bombaca 2022 BEC
Bionenerg Commun 2022.20

Bombaça and Menna-Barreto discuss data on mitochondrial susceptibility and adaptative processes obtained by their group in the last 17 years.


  • Jan- 04 We

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Early bird registration and abstract deadline for »BPS2023 San Diego US«

  • Jan- 06 Fr
2023 Week 2
  • Jan - 09 Mo
MitoGlobal Events For the upcoming 67th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society - Feb 18-22, we have four exhibitor area visitor passes available for our O2k-Network.
Get in touch if you are interested.

  • Jan- 10 Tu

  • Jan- 11 We
O2k-Network
Which events are eligible for the O2k-Network Award?

Find out here: »O2k-Network Award: Eligible events«


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2023 Week 3
  • Jan- 16 Mo
Gnaiger 2020 BEC MitoPathways What is ROUTINE respiration?

ROUTINE respiration is the respiratory activity of living (non-permeabilized) cells in the physiological coupling state, which is controlled by cellular energy demand, energy turnover and the degree of coupling to phosphorylation.
- »Gnaiger 2020 BEC MitoPathways - Chapter 2.4« 
- communicated by »Schmitt Sabine«


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2023 Week 4
  • Jan- 23 Mo

  • Jan- 24 Tu - International Day of Education
Gnaiger 2021 BEC
Restricted access to academic research produces problems of social inequality in education: A re-evaluation of scientific communication and value of science is needed. Open access to research is essential, together with a bigger demand on quality control to ensure reproducibility of the results and prevent an avalanche of new publications that may go into oblivion.

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