Metabolic Syndrome, Obesity and the Heart

Donnerstag, 4. April | 14:30 - 16:00 Uhr | Posterbereich 26

Vorsitz/Chair: Gerd Heusch (Essen), Andreas Zirlik (Graz)


Cardiomyocyte-specific deletion of Tfeb in aged mice results in heart failure with reduced ejection fraction that is aggravated by starvation
N. Dörmann (Greifswald)
More than pathogen recognition: Nod1 and Nod2 play crucial roles in lipid metabolism and body weight control
C. Lewe (Marburg)
Connecting brain innate immunity system and energy metabolism: The hypothalamic complement system fuels cardiometabolic syndrome via C3/C3a/C3aR dependent SOCS3 activation
E. Rawish (Lübeck)
CTRP13-mediated effects on endothelial cell function and their potential role in obesity
M. Aslam (Gießen)
Diet-induced obesity and insulin resistance affects the immunomodulatory function of brown adipose tissue
R. Nega (Düsseldorf)
“From the outside to the inside”: Myeloperoxidase impacts vascular function by altering perivascular adipocytes’ phenotype in obesity
A. Hof (Köln)
Acute anemia is associated with left ventricular energy imbalance after myocardial infarction
R. Chennupati (40225 Düsseldorf)
Interleukin-1 receptor blockade prevents inflammatory cross-talk between adipocytes and atrial cardiomyocytes
S. Plank (Essen)
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