May 11, 18 & 25, 2021 | Virtual

Protonic bioenergetics and action potential

Latest discoveries and progress in mitochondria, neurons and other biosystems

Protonic bioenergetics and action potential
Latest discoveries and progress in mitochondria, neurons and other biosystems
May 11, 18 & 25, 2021 | Virtual

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Speakers

May 11, 12–2:30 p.m. EDT
Sahana N. Kukke
Kalynda K. Gonzales

The BRAIN Initiative, recent findings and funding opportunities
Sahana N. Kukke and Kalynda K. Gonzales, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

Briana Konnick

Protonic bioenergetics: Discovery of protonic thermotrophic function in mitochondria and bacteria and the formulation of a protonic action potential equation complementary to the Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz equation in neurons
James W. Lee, Old Dominion University

Lan Guan

Effect of cations on secondary active transport
Lan Guan, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

May 18, 12–2:30 p.m. EDT
Robert Charles Jennings

Discovery of environmental heat utilization with excitations in photosynthetic systems
Robert Charles Jennings, University of Milan

Wojciech Bal

Revisiting mitochondrial pH
Wojciech Bal, Polish Academy of Sciences

Christos Chinopoulos

Modern measurements of membrane potential, pH and ATP production in mitochondria
Christos Chinopoulos, Semmelweis University

Aakash Patel
James J. Hickman

Myelination and node of Ranvier formation in a human motoneuron−Schwann cell coculture
Aakash Patel and James J. Hickman, University of Central Florida

May 25, 12–2:30 p.m. EDT
Karin Busch

Latest findings in probing protons along mitochondrial membrane surface
Karin Busch, Institute of Molecular Cell Biology, M√ľnster

Alessandro Morelli
Isabella Panfoli

Concentric multilamellar membranes for lipid-phase proton transfer: from cyanelles to myelin sheath
Alessandro Morelli and Isabella Panfoli, University of Genoa

Federica Castellani
P. Thomas Vernier

Molecular dynamics simulations of ion transport through electrically stressed membranes
Federica Castellani and P. Thomas Vernier, Old Dominion University

Organizer

James W. Lee Old Dominion University

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