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Symposium S06 - Session 033 - Sunday 13/07/2008, 09:45-11:15
Room Cervin
Mitochondrial transport and its emerging impact on synaptic transmission and neurodegeneration.

Chaired by: Sheng Z.H. (Bethesda, USA)

033.1. Symposium S06-1. Sun 13/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 09:50) - Room Cervin
Schwarz T. L., Wang X., Glater E. & Megeath L.
Children's Hosp and Harvard Med Sch, Boston, USA
- LINKING MITOCHONDRIA TO THEIR MOTORS: REGULATING MITOCHONDRIAL DISTRIBUTION IN AXONS AND DENDRITES.

033.2. Symposium S06-2. Sun 13/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:10) - Room Cervin
Sheng Z. H., Kang J. S., Pan P. Y. & Tian J. H.
Synaptic Function Section, NINDS, NIH, Bethesda, USA
- A DOCKING MECHANISM CONTROLLING AXONAL MITOCHONDRIAL MOTILITY AND ITS IMPACT ON SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY.

033.3. Symposium S06-3. Sun 13/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:30) - Room Cervin
Hollenbeck P. J. & Shidara Y.
Purdue University, West Lafayette, USA
- A DROSOPHILA MODEL OF FRIEDREICH ATAXIA SHOWS DISRUPTED MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSPORT AND MEMBRANE POTENTIAL BUT NO INCREASED ROS PRODUCTION.

033.4. Symposium S06-4. Sun 13/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:50) - Room Cervin
Mandelkow E. M., Thies E., Goldsbury C., Biernat J. & Mandelkow E.
Max-Planck-Unit for Structural Molecular Biology, Hamburg, Germany.
- INHIBITION OF MITOCHONDRIAL TRANSPORT BY TAU PROTEIN IN NEURONS LEADS TO CHOKING OF SYNAPSES.


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