Ravasz Dora

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Name Ravasz Dora, PharmD, PhD
Institution Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Department of Biochemistry

Semmelweis University, HG

Address , 1094
City Budapest
State/Province
Country Hungary
Email ravasz.dora@med.semmelweis-univ.hu
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Bioenergetics Communications

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Publications

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Ravasz 2018 Biochim Biophys Acta2018Ravasz D, Kacso G, Fodor V, Horvath K, Adam-Vizi V, Chinopoulos C (2018) Reduction of 2-methoxy-1,4-naphtoquinone by mitochondrially-localized Nqo1 yielding NAD+ supports substrate-level phosphorylation during respiratory inhibition. Biochim Biophys Acta 1859:909-24.
Ravasz 2017 Neurochem Int2017Ravasz D, Kacso G, Fodor V, Horvath K, Adam-Vizi V, Chinopoulos C (2017) Catabolism of GABA, succinic semialdehyde or gamma-hydroxybutyrate through the GABA shunt impair mitochondrial substrate-level phosphorylation. Neurochem Int 109:41-53.
Nemeth 2016 FASEB J2016Németh B, Doczi J, Csete D, Kacso G, Ravasz D, Adams D, Kiss G, Nagy AM, Horvath G, Tretter L, Mócsai A, Csépányi-Kömi R, Iordanov I, Adam-Vizi V, Chinopoulos C (2016) Abolition of mitochondrial substrate-level phosphorylation by itaconic acid produced by LPS-induced Irg1 expression in cells of murine macrophage lineage. FASEB J 30:286-300.
Kacso 2016 Biochem J2016Kacso G, Ravasz D, Doczi J, Németh B, Madgar O, Saada A, Ilin P, Miller C, Ostergaard E, Iordanov I, Adams D, Vargedo Z, Araki M, Araki K, Nakahara M, Ito H, Gál A, Molnár MJ, Nagy Z, Patocs A, Adam-Vizi V, Chinopoulos C (2016) Two transgenic mouse models for β-subunit components of succinate-CoA ligase yielding pleiotropic metabolic alterations. Biochem J 473:3463-85.

Abstracts

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Ravasz 2019 Abstract IOC1412019Ravasz D, Bui D, Kitayev A, Greenwood B, Hill C, Komlodi T, Doerrier C, Ozohanics O, Moore AL, Gnaiger E, Kiebish M, Kolev K, Seyfried TN, Willis WT, Narain N, Adam-Vizi V, Chinopoulos C (2019) Endogenous quinones sustain a moderate NADH oxidation by Complex I during anoxia. Mitochondr Physiol Network 24.02.
Komlodi 2018b EBEC20182018Endogenous quinones sustain NADH oxidation by Complex I during anoxia, supporting substrate-level phosphorylation in mouse liver mitochondria.
Ravasz 2018 Abstract The evolving concept of mitochondria2018Vast pools of endogenous quinones sustain NADH oxidation by Complex I during anoxia, supporting substrate-level phosphorylation in mouse liver mitochondria.