Ozola Melita

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Name Ozola Melita,
Institution
Meliat Ozola
Latvian Institute of Organic Synthesis, LV
Address Aizkraukles Str 21, LV-1006
City Riga
State/Province
Country Latvia
Email melita.videja@farm.osi.lv
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Publications

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Liepinsh 2024 Br J Pharmacol2024Liepinsh E, Zvejniece L, Clemensson L, Ozola M, Vavers E, Cirule H, Korzh S, Skuja S, Groma V, Briviba M, Grinberga S, Liu W, Olszewski P, Gentreau M, Fredriksson R, Dambrova M, SchiΓΆth HB (2024) Hydroxymethylglutaryl-CoA reductase activity is essential for mitochondrial Ξ²-oxidation of fatty acids to prevent lethal accumulation of long-chain acylcarnitines in the mouse liver. Br J Pharmacol [Epub ahead of print]. https://doi.org/10.1111/bph.16363
Zvejniece 2023 Biomed Pharmacother2023Zvejniece L, Svalbe B, Vavers E, Ozola M, Grinberga S, Gukalova B, Sevostjanovs E, Liepinsh E, Dambrova M (2023) Decreased long-chain acylcarnitine content increases mitochondrial coupling efficiency and prevents ischemia-induced brain damage in rats.
Cecatto 2023 MitoFit2023Cecatto C, Cardoso LHD, Ozola M, Korzh S, Zvejniece L, Gukalova B, Doerrier C, Dambrova M, Gnaiger E, Makrecka-Kuka M, Liepinsh E (2023) Fatty acid Ξ²-oxidation in brain mitochondria: Insights from high-resolution respirometry in mouse, rat and Drosophila brain, ischemia and aging models. MitoFit Preprints 2023.10. https://doi.org/10.26124/mitofit:2023-0010
Makrecka-Kuka 2020 Cardiovasc Drugs Ther2020Makrecka-Kuka Marina, Korzh Stanislava, Videja Melita, Vilks Karlis, Cirule Helena, Kuka Janis, Dambrova Maija, Liepinsh Edgars (2020) Empagliflozin protects cardiac mitochondrial fatty acid metabolism in a mouse model of diet-induced lipid overload. Cardiovasc Drugs Ther 34:791-97.
Liepinsh 2020 Physiol Rep2020Liepinsh E, Makarova E, Plakane L, Konrade I, Liepins K, Videja M, Sevostjanovs E, Grinberga S, Makrecka-Kuka M, Dambrova M (2020) Low-intensity exercise stimulates bioenergetics and increases fat oxidation in mitochondria of blood mononuclear cells from sedentary adults. Physiol Rep 8:e14489.

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Cecatto 2023 BPS2023 San Diego2023
Sabine Schmitt
Cecatto C, Schmitt Sabine, Cardoso L, Videja M, Dambrova M, Makrecka-Kuka M, Liepinsh E, Gnaiger E (2023) Contribution of fatty acid oxidation to respiratory control in brain mitochondria. 67th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society.
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