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05.14.2019

The AIM Symposium has finished wrapping up and was by all accounts a huge success! We had leading scientist from around the world that gave wonderful talks on their current research and future plans.

05.06.2019

NIPSNAP1 and NIPSNAP2 Act as “Eat Me” Signals for Mitophagy

New research from Drs. Anne Simonsen and Terje Johansen:

The clearance of damaged or dysfunctional mitochondria by selective autophagy (mitophagy) is important for cellular homeostasis and prevention of disease. Our understanding of the mitochondrial signals that trigger their recognition and targeting by mitophagy is limited. Here, we show that

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06.14.2019
TAIMS Seminars
Event Date: 06.25.2019

Dr. Zbinden is visiting from Human Metabolome Technologies, to promote a new partnership with the AIM Center, at the University of New Mexico. HMT, founded in 2003, is a metabolomics company that...

05.06.2019
Research

New research from Drs. Anne Simonsen and Terje Johansen:

The clearance of damaged or dysfunctional mitochondria by selective autophagy (mitophagy) is important for cellular homeostasis and prevention...

Metabolism Corner

05.22.2019
Metabolism
Obesity promotes the development of insulin resistance and increases the incidence of colitis-associated cancer (CAC), but whether a blunted insulin action specifically in intestinal epithelial cells...
05.21.2019
Metabolism
Liver macrophages (LMs) have been proposed to contribute to metabolic disease through secretion of inflammatory cytokines. However, anti-inflammatory drugs lead to only modest improvements in systemic...