S 14/03/2019

How muscle stops building when it's workingFrançois FAVIER

Summary: Muscle cells have to cope with high energy demand during physical exercise. Some anabolic processes are ATP-costly (protein and glycogen synthesis) and can thus be reduced to ensure cell survival...

Summary: Muscle cells have to cope with high energy demand during physical exercise. Some anabolic processes are ATP-costly (protein and glycogen synthesis) and can thus be reduced to ensure cell survival during such stress. Our recent work try to identify the cellular mechanisms that enable these adaptations, notably through the complementary role of two energy sensors: REDD1 and AMPK.

Biography: François Favier, PhD, Doctor from the University of Saint Etienne (2008). Since 2009, he is associate professor in the Sport Sciences Faculty of Montpellier and the Muscle Dynamic & Metabolism lab.

Presentation: Disponible