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Sunday 4th December 2016
HH3-08
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
Allan Scott Auditorium
Ground Floor, Hawke Building
HH3-09
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
BH2-09
2nd floor, Barbara Hanrahan Bldg
Unless otherwise indicated
13:30 Registration
Location: Foyer of Allan Scott Auditorium, ground floor, Hawke Bldg
14:00 Education Workshop
Developing teaching resources to aid with large scale teaching and assessment - GK4-30 Sir George Kingston Building
Chairs: Charles Sevigny & Julia Choate
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17:30 AuPS Invited Lecture - Prof Lea Delbridge
Chair: Graham Lamb
17:30 L.M.D. Delbridge: Cardiac adventures in autophagy182P
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18:30 Welcome Reception
Location: Kerry Packer Gallery, Level 3, Hawke Building
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Monday 5th December 2016
HH3-08
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
Allan Scott Auditorium
Ground Floor, Hawke Building
HH3-09
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
BH2-09
2nd floor, Barbara Hanrahan Bldg
Unless otherwise indicated
Registation
In foyer of Allan Scott Auditorium, ground floor Hawke Bldg until 09:30, then in Bradley Forum, level 5, Hawke Bldg
08:00 Roberts Lecture
Chair: Graham Lamb
08:00 J.K. Choate: Enhancing students’ university experiences by engaging them with their course and equipping them for life-long learning184P
08:30 Free Communications - Skeletal Muscle
Chairs: Séverine Lamon & Tony Bakker
08:30 K.F. Howlett: Role of the extracellular matrix protease ADAMTS5 in diet induced insulin resistance1P
08:45 S. Lamon: Dysregulation of miRNA biogenesis machinery, miRNA/RNA ratio and miRNA normalizing targets in skeletal muscle of ALS mice2P
09:00 X. Ren: Characteristics of MMP-2 protein in rat skeletal muscle3P
09:15 X. Koenig: Real time imaging of trans-sarcolemma Ca2+-fluxes in mammalian skeletal muscle4P
09:30 J. Lam: Effect of curcumin exposure on skeletal muscle contractile function5P
09:45 M.A. Wallace: The influence of low carbohydrate and ketogenic diets on longevity and skeletal muscle maintenance with ageing6P
10:00 N.A. Beard: Anthracycline-induced skeletal muscle weakness: a role for chronic oxidative stress and disrupted calcium homeostasis?8P
Symposium: Transforming the classroom and helping others to adopt teaching innovations
Chair: Kay Colthorpe
08:30 M.K. Smith: Transforming the classroom and helping others to adopt teaching innovations9P
09:15 A.J. Moorhouse: “Hands-on” practical class activities to engage students in basic principles of cell physiology10P
09:40 T.D. Mulhern: Strategies for overcoming students’ misconceptions in large class settings11P
10:05 P. Poronnik: Creating and supporting transformation in physiology teaching12P
Symposium: Thinking small: Seeing biological processes with nanotechnology and photonics
Chair: Andrea Yool
08:30 A. François: Whispering gallery mode lasers for biosensing applications13P
09:00 S. Heng: Reversible sensing with a flip of the switch14P
09:30 M.R. Hutchinson: Nanoscale Biophotonics - using light to measure the previously unmeasurable within the central nervous system15P
10:00 N. Packer: Visualising N-glycosylation patterns in cancer and non-cancer cells16P
Symposium: Membrane active peptides and proteins
Chair: Frances Separovic
08:30 E. Deplazes: Phospholipid binding activity of the spider venom peptides ProTx-I and ProTx-II17P
09:00 M.-A. Sani: Structure and membrane topology of the pore-forming peptide maculatin 1.1 depends on lipid composition18P
09:30 S.T. Henriques: Membrane-binding and cellular uptake of cyclotides: scaffolds that stabilize and deliver drugs19P
10:00 M.B. Ulmshneider: How membrane active peptides partition into bilayers and spontaneously assemble into functional membrane proteins20P
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10:30 Morning Tea (Bradley Forum, Level 5, Hawke Bldg)
11:00 Symposium: Latest advances in fluorescence and applications to physiological problems
Chair: Pierre Moens
11:00 F.A. Meunier: Nanoscope odyssey into the presynapse21P
11:30 A.C.F. Coster: On and off again: Tools and models for single molecule fluorescence imaging of actin and tropomyosin22P
12:00 A.H.A. Clayton: Probing and perturbing receptor signalling with microscopy, nanotechnology and microfluidics23P
12:30 R.J. Davey: Profilin membrane dynamics in live cells24P
Free Communications - Education
Chair: Charles Sevigny
11:00 F.C. Britton: Inspiring student learning through the introduction of The Reading Game25P
11:15 R.A. Taylor: Online simulations to support the teaching of physiology wet lab practicals26P
11:30 K. Colthorpe: Assessing critical evaluation skills of undergraduate science students27P
11:45 L. Ainscough: Learning hindrances and strategies reported by undergraduate physiology students: What makes a student resilient?28P
12:00 T.M. Lewis: Online adaptive tutorials that support learning in data interpretation and scientific reasoning30P
Symposium: Enteric neural functional circuits of intestinal motility
Chair: Marcello Costa
11:00 M. Costa: Neuromechanical factors of intestinal motility31P
11:30 G. O'Grady: High-resolution analysis of human gastrointestinal motor patterns and the clinical applications32P
12:00 J.C. Bornstein: Synaptic transmission in enteric circuits36P
12:30 N.J. Spencer: High resolution neuronal imaging reveals a novel enteric neural firing pattern that underlies colonic motor patterns in the mouse colon37P
Free Communications - Membrane Transport
Chairs: Ingo Koeper & Renae Ryan
11:00 R.J. Vandenberg: Molecular basis for substrate and inhibitor interactions with the glycine transporter, GlyT239P
11:15 S. Mostyn: Heads and tails: lipid inhibitors of glycine transport40P
11:30 R.J. Clarke: A possible Achilles heel of ion pumps41P
11:45 N.J. Freidman: Developing novel inhibitors of the glutamine transporter ASCT2 to treat cancer42P
12:00 O. Alghamdi: The effect of ageing and hypertension on the proton-coupled transporters PEPT1 and PEPT2 in the renal proximal tubule43P
12:15 R.J. Cater: Tuning the ion selectivity of glutamate transporter associated uncoupled conductances44P
12:30 Q. Wu: Investigating the elevator mechanism in a human nucleoside transporter (hCNT3)45P
12:45 A. Garcia: Effects of cholesterol depletion on the partial reactions of the Na+, K+-ATPase46P
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13:00 Lunch
ASB AGM
Location: H6-12, Hawke Bldg
13:30
14:00 Free Communications - Cardiac muscle and vessels
Chair: Mary Wlodek
14:00 C.M. Loescher: Novel fluorescent techniques for investigating calcium handling properties of the cardiac sarcoplasmic reticulum (SR) and calsequestrin in the presence and absence of dantrolene47P
14:15 M.E. Reichelt: Cavin-1 deficiency modifies cardiac and coronary responses to stretch and ischemia by augmenting NOS activity48P
14:30 A.F. Dulhunty: Further consideration of FKBP12 association with RyR1 and RyR2 and regulation of RyR channel activity49P
14:45 A.J.A. Raaijmakers: Characterising the measurement of diastolic function in the intact rat cardiomyocyte51P
15:00 H.H. Ng: Serelaxin treatment reverses vascular dysfunction and cardiomyocyte hypertrophy in the streptozotocin-induced mouse model of Type 1 diabetes52P
15:15 M. Fronius: Shear force responsiveness of arteries depends on an interdependent activity of the epithelial Na+ channel and the endothelial glycocalyx53P
15:30 M. Christie: The effect of intrauterine growth restriction on Ca2+-activated force in β-escin skinned mesenteric arteries of 6-month old male Wistar-Kyoto rats54P
15:45 C.H. Leo: Short term serelaxin treatment reduces prostanoid-mediated endothelium-derived vasoconstriction and restores endothelial vasodilator function without concomitant changes to cardiac remodelling in spontaneously hypertensive rats55P
Symposium: Recent advances in the understanding adipose tissue development and function
Chair: Renae Taylor
14:00 M. Rodeheffer: Understanding how we get fat: Dietary regulation of adipogenesis56P
14:30 M.M. Swarbrick: Adipose tissue distribution and thermogenesis: relationships with metabolic disease57P
15:00 L.K. Heilbronn: Macrophages and tissue remodelling following acute nutritional modulation in humans58P
15:30 M.J. Watt: Exercise training and the molecular regulation of lipid metabolism59P
Free Communications - GI nutrition and digestions
Chair: Amanda Page
14:00 E. Cao: The impact of intestinal lymph extravasation on adipose tissue function and whole body insulin resistance60P
14:15 E.W.L. Sun: Metformin directly triggers GLP-1 and PYY secretion in human colon and ileum61P
14:30 A.M. Martin: The nutrient sensing capacity of mouse enterochromaffin cells is dictated by gastrointestinal location62P
14:45 A.L. Lumsden: Characterisation of glucose-induced serotonin secretion from primary cultured human enterochromaffin cells in health and disease63P
Symposium: Mechanisms of pumps, channels and transporters
Chair: Ron Clarke
14:00 T.W. Allen: Mechanisms of sodium selectivity in membrane ion transport64P
14:30 C. Grewer: Dynamics and mechanism of amino acid transport65P
15:00 K. Poole: Mechanoelectrical transduction at the membrane-matrix interface66P
15:30 F. Tadini-Buoninsegni: Functional characterisation of P-type ATPases using solid-supported membrane based electrophysiology67P
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16:00 Afternoon Tea
16:30 Plenary Lecture
16:30 S.F. Scarlata: Caveolae membrane domains connect G protein – mediated calcium signals with mechanical deformation68P
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17:30 ASB GM AuPS Early Careers Workshop
Location: H6-12, Hawke Bldg
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19:00 Student/ECR mixer
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Tuesday 6th December 2016
HH3-08
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
Allan Scott Auditorium
Ground Floor, Hawke Building
HH3-09
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
BH2-09
2nd floor, Barbara Hanrahan Bldg
Unless otherwise indicated
08:30 Symposium: The many pathways of gut control of metabolism
Chair: Damien Keating
08:30 F. Reimann: L-cell physiology and glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) secretion69P
09:00 R.L. Young: Augmented capacity for intestinal serotonin release in obese subjects70P
09:30 A.J. Page: Satiety signals from the gastrointestinal tract in health and obesity71P
10:00 D.J. Keating: Use of a novel Down syndrome genetic screen identifies a regulator of pancreatic β-cell function linked to type 2 diabetes72P
Symposium: Stem cells and tissue engineering: New tools for experimental physiology and regenerative medicine
Chairs: Enzo Porello & James Hudson
08:30 M. Tiburcy: Engineered heart muscle for modelling human cardiac disease73P
09:00 J.E. Frith: Manipulation of mechano-responsive miRNAs to drive mesenchymal stem cell fate in biomaterial composites74P
09:30 R.J. Mills: Bioengineering skeletal muscle: how to build an intact human motor unit75P
10:00 M.D. Grounds: Obstacles and challenges for tissue engineering and regenerative medicine76P
Symposium: Alternative approaches to the use of animals in physiology and biophysics
Chairs: Toby Allen & Boris Martinac
08:30 R.J. French: Allosteric modulation of gating by agonists and antagonists studied in prokaryotic, voltage-gated sodium channels185P
09:05 A.D.H. Peterson: Modelling for understanding and prediction of epileptic seizures as a viable replacement for animal models77P
09:25 A.P. Hill: Using induced pluripotent stem cell derived cardiomyocytes to screen for multichannel pharmacology and proarrhythmic risk in acquired long QT syndrome78P
09:45 S.P. Lal: The Sydney Heart Bank: An international resource to help understand human heart failure while minimising the use of animals79P
10:05 M.A.B. Baker: Droplet-hydrogel lipid bilayers as an alternative model for studying mechanosensation80P
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10:30 Morning Tea
11:00 Symposium: Skeletal muscle physiology in health, disease and ageing
Chair: Bradley Launikonis
11:00 T.H. Pedersen: Role of ClC-1 Cl ion channels for skeletal muscle function in health and disease81P
11:30 C.J. Barclay: Using energetics to understand the basis of diverse muscle function82P
12:00 C.R. Lamboley: Sarcoplasmic reticulum function in human skeletal muscle during ageing and inactivity83P
12:30 B.S. Launikonis: Altered Ca2+-handling in human skeletal muscle to alleviate Ca2+-induced damage in the days associated with delayed onset muscle soreness84P
Symposium: Developmental origins of health and disease: metabolism and exercise
Chair: Glenn McConell
11:00 K.L. Gatford: Developmental origins of health and disease – can exercise improve adult outcomes?85P
11:30 M. Lane: Exercise before conception – dads matter too86P
12:00 M.J. Morris: Investigating the impact of exercise during pregnancy87P
12:30 G.K. McConell: Developmental origins of health and disease: can exercise early in postnatal life improve adult outcomes?88P
Free Communications - Cell signalling
Chairs: Grygori Rychov & Trevor Lewis
11:00 R.A. Taylor: Blocking fatty acid uptake reduces prostate cancer progression89P
11:15 D. Poger: Simulating biologically relevant membranes: tackling lipid diversity in bacterial membranes90P
11:30 C.W. Gray: Akt translocation under increasing insulin stimulation91P
11:45 V. Suresh: Barrier function and ion transport in an oleic acid-induced model of lung injury92P
12:00 R.M. Dwyer: Vitamin D and sex affect metabolic function and the development of NAFLD93P
12:15 A.A. Peters: Golgi calcium pump secretory pathway Ca2+ ATPase 1 (SPCA1) in breast cancer cells94P
12:30 G.Y. Rychkov: Regulation of Ca2+ release activated Ca2+ channels by intracellular pH95P
12:45 G.D. Housley: Phenotyping the differential innervation of the peripherin knockout mouse cochlea7P
Free Comminications - Membrane and protein biophysics
Chairs: Charles Cranfield & Jacob Anderson
11:00 I.Y. Hasan: Nano-domain equilibria in biomimetic membranes96P
11:15 C.G. Cranfield: How the morphology of lipid bilayers is altered by pH97P
11:30 I. Köper: Tethered bilayer lipid membranes to study membrane proteins98P
11:45 J. Andersson: A model of the outer membrane of Gram-negative bacteria99P
12:00 P.D.J. Moens: Analysis of profilin dynamics at the cell membrane by image pair correlation and number and brightness analysis101P
12:15 M.H. Rashid: Exploring the binding of photoacids to the surface of insulin amyloid fibril by docking and all-atom simulations102P
12:30 D.M. Hatters: Huntingtin inclusions trigger cellular quiescence, deactivate apoptosis and lead to delayed necrosis103P
12:45 L.M. Sternicki: Investigating the role of the N-terminal domain unique to eukaryotic class III Biotin Protein Ligases104P
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13:30 Posters and Afternoon Tea
1 105PA. Das: Impairment of an endothelial NAD+-H2S signaling network is a reversible cause of vascular aging
2 106PP.T.T. Nguyen: A general discretization method for connecting free-energy landscape models of biomolecular motors to motor behaviour
3 107PM. Oda: Structural dynamics and physical properties of single-chain Fv antibodies against (4-hydroxy-3-nitrophenyl)acetyl
4 108PD.M. Housley: A HEK293 bioreporter cell line demonstrates temporally differentiated effects on impedance and ryanodine receptor modulation by venom fractions from the Australian scorpion Liocheles waigiensis
5 109PE. Deplazes: Thumbs up for PcTx1 – mechanistic insight into the binding of the venom peptide PcTx1 to the acid sensing ion channel 1a from free energy calculations
6 110PD. Kloosterman: Delayed post-prandial insulin secretion in individuals with low diabetes risk and its reversibility with exercise training
7 111PL. Kiriaev: Age related changes in mass contractile properties and eccentric contraction damage of fast- and slow-twitch mouse muscles
8 112PH. Dockrell: Serotonin distribution in the colon: insights from computational biology
9 113PS. Inaba: Structural dynamics of c-Myb DNA-binding domain revealed by variable temperature and pH studies
10 114PE. Flood: Simulations of ion selectivity in the acid-sensing ion channel ASIC1a
11 115PD. Patel: Computational study of aggregation mechanism in lysozyme [D67H]
12 116PK. Javed: Development of biomarkers for the protein restriction using Slc6a19 knock out mice
13 117PQ. Cheng: Identification of novel inhibitors of the amino acid transporter B0AT1 (SLC6A19), a potential target to induce protein restriction and to treat type 2 diabetes
14 118PJ.V. Janssens: The cardiac troponin complex is modified by advanced glycation end-products in vivo and in vitro
15 119PR.H. Choi: Integral role of Mg2+ in observing the inhibitory effect of dantrolene
16 120PS. Al Rawi: Effects of novel urea analogues of NS1643 on potassium and calcium fluxes in cardiac muscle cells
17 121PJ.E. Church: Thymosin beta 4 and its bioactive fragments as preconditioning agents for skeletal myoblasts
18 122PP.H. Barry: Mobilities of methanesulfonate, needed for liquid junction potential corrections, and of two related anions, and a mystery solved
19 123PF.H. Zhou: The role of TRPM2 channels in the liver ischemia-reperfusion injury
20 124PG. Morales-Scholz: Autophagy modulation in the liver and skeletal muscle of high-fat fed mice
21 125PL.J. Keightley: Cyclic neural motor patterns in the full isolated intact intestine of the mouse
23 127PM.K. Adams: Ca2+ release-activated Ca2+ channels are regulated by Calpain
24 128PP. Ridone: Human Piezo1 membrane localization and gating kinetics are modulated by cholesterol levels
25 129PR. Mohd Rosli: Assessment of gas and liquid bolus movement using impedance manometry in rabbit colon
26 130PT. Berry: A study of the effects of tethering chemistry on the properties of tethered membranes
27 131PH.K. Smith: Molecular, architectural and functional adaptations of skeletal muscle to power resistance exercise
28 132PA.J. Moorhouse: Overexpression of KCC2 reduces neuronal hyperexcitability
29 133PC.J. Taylor: Hypoxic preconditioning of myoblasts implanted in a tissue engineering chamber significantly increases local angiogenesis via regulation of angiogenic growth factors and miRNA
30 134PC.J. Taylor: Serum miRNAs are unsuitable for use as biomarkers for assessing skeletal muscle regeneration in a commonly used mouse model of myotoxic injury
31 135PM.A. Fuller: A breath of fresh air for cystic fibrosis- using nanotechnology to increase efficacy of gene therapy
32 136PA.J. Bakker: High frequency doublet stimulation enhances the rate of force development in fast-twitch skeletal muscle by increasing early binding of Ca2+ to the second binding site of troponin C
33 137PS.M. Lee: (+)-naloxone and (+)-naltrexone limits nuclear factor Κ β translocation in LPS stimulated H9C2s
34 138PL.G. Forgan: Inhibition of the extracellular matrix protease ADAMTS5 improves strength in fast-twitch hindlimb muscles from young, dystrophic mdx mice
35 139PN.L. McRae: The consequences of the genetic reduction of the extracellular protein versican on hindlimb muscle function and structure depend on muscle fibre type and age in dystrophic mdx mice
36 18PM.-A. Sani: Structure and membrane topology of the pore-forming peptide maculatin 1.1 depends on lipid composition
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15:30 Symposium: New paradigms in myocardial metabolism and pathogenesis
Chairs: Kimberley Mellor & Livia Hool
15:30 F. del Monte: Cofilin: a cardiac amyloid precursor implicated in dilated cardiomyopathy140P
16:00 S.L. McGee: Adipose-derived amyloid protein exerts cardiometabolic effect141P
16:30 J.R. Bell: Cardiac adipose, aromatase and arrhythmia vulnerability142P
17:00 K.L. Weeks: HDAC signalling through post-translational modification exerts hypertrophic action143P
Symposium: A placenta for life
Chair: Deanne Hryciw
15:30 C.T. Roberts: Crosstalk between the mother, placenta and fetus in health and disease144P
16:00 N.J. Hannan: Hypoxic inducible miRNAs in placental pathologies145P
16:30 J.S.M. Cuffe: Maternal glucocorticoids impair placental development, induce cellular stress and program fetal outcomes in a sex specific manner146P
17:00 V.L. Clifton: The placenta for life: detecting childhood susceptibility to allergy147P
Free Comminications - Channel biophysics
Chair: Glenn King
15:30 L. Ma: Novel human EAG1 channel antagonists from spider venoms148P
15:45 A.J. Agwa: Spider peptide toxin HwTx-IV engineered to bind to lipid membranes has an increased inhibitory potency at human voltage-gated sodium channel NaV1.7149P
16:00 B.A. Cromer: Role of GABAa/c receptor N-terminal regions in assembly, trafficking and function150P
16:15 N. Bavi: Perturbation of bilayer surface tension differentially modulates mechanosensitive ion channels151P
16:30 Y.A. Nikolaev: Force sensitivity of TRPC6 ion channel152P
16:45 S.A. Holt: Fundamentals of the interaction between BiNSAID chemopreventive agents and cell membrane mimics153P
17:00 A.D. Hines: Pharmacological activation of defective hERG potassium channels in the treatment of long QT type 2 syndrome154P
17:15 M.J. Beilby: Fireworks of salt stress: The role of H+/OH channels in saline pathology of Chara australis155P
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18:30 Conference Dinner - pre-dinner drinks on the terrace
Location: Ian McLachlan Room, Adelaide Oval
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Wednesday 7th December 2016
HH3-08
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
Allan Scott Auditorium
Ground Floor, Hawke Building
HH3-09
3rd floor, Sir Hans Heysen Bldg
BH2-09
2nd floor, Barbara Hanrahan Bldg
Unless otherwise indicated
09:00 Symposium: Transporters and channels as drug targets in cancer
Chair: Stefan Bröer
09:00 S. Broer: A systems biology approach to predict amino acid homeostasis in cancer cells156P
09:30 J. Holst: Targeting glutamine transport in triple-negative breast cancer157P
10:00 G.R. Monteith: Calcium permeable ion channel remodelling in breast cancer158P
10:30 A.J. Yool: Blocking cancer cell migration with novel drugs for aquaporin water and ion channels159P
Free Communications - Fetal Physiology
Chairs: Jessica Briffa & Kathy Gatford
09:00 M.E. Wlodek: Maternal stress during pregnancy alters placental development and glucose transporter expression160P
09:15 J. Soo: Sex specific effect of preterm birth on mRNA expression of drug transporters in guinea pig liver161P
09:30 D. Mahizir: Metabolic and cardiorenal adaptations to pregnancy in females born small on a high fat diet and the benefits of endurance exercise training162P
09:45 J.R. Darby: Sex dependant cardiac effects of a postnatal Western diet: exacerbated by low birth weight?163P
10:00 Y.T.M. Mangwiro: The impact of exercise and high-fat feeding in growth restricted females on the placental IGF-system and nephron number in male fetuses164P
10:15 M. Lock: Cardiac miRNA expression in the fetus and six month old sheep in response to myocardial infarction165P
10:30 J.F. Briffa: Males rats born small have elevated resting metabolic rate despite being less active and do not have exacerbated insulin resistance on a high fat diet166P
10:45 D.R. Sekali: Sustained expression of KV7 channels during labour is associated with a highly negative uterine muscle resting membrane potential and dysfunctional labour in women167P
Symposium: Cardiomyocyte mechano- and myofilament dysfunction in heart failure progression
Chairs: David Saint & Lea Delbridge
09:00 K.M. Mellor: Role of hexose-sugar-induced post-translational modifications in contractile myofilament dysregulation168P
09:30 H. Viola: Myofilament mutations alter calcium channel and mitochondrial functional communication169P
10:00 E. White: Creatine kinase, myofilament stiffness and cardiomyocyte mechanics170P
10:30 D. Fatkin: Role of truncating titin mutations in dilated cardiomyopathy183P
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11:00 Morning Tea
11:30 Free Communications - Exercise physiology
Chair: Mike McKenna
11:30 D.J. Morrison: Using a triple glucose tracer technique to quantify postprandial glucose flux after acute exercise and exercise training171P
11:45 H. Xu: Effects of chronic inactivity on physiological and biochemical characteristics of rat skeletal muscle172P
12:00 C.D. Wingate: The contractile characteristics of a novel dystrophin-negative mouse strain with enhanced voluntary exercise capability173P
12:15 A.J. Genders: Physiological changes in pH alter markers of mitochondrial biogenesis after a single bout of high-intensity exercise in rats174P
12:30 C.S. Shaw: A single bout of high intensity interval training reduces the autophagosome content in type I and type II muscle fibres175P
12:45 N. Eynon: ACTN3 R577X genotype is associated with bone formation markers in humans176P
Symposium: Imaging cardiovascular disease and promoting repair
Chair: Janna Morrison
11:30 J.B. Selvanayagam: Imaging in the clinic: Advances in tissue characterisation and oxygenation assessment177P
12:00 J.L. Morrison: Imaging cardiac function and response to infarct in the fetus178P
12:30 L.J. Parry: Fighting cardiovascular disease with knowledge gained from pregnancy179P
13:00 C.S. Bonder: Desmoglein-2: getting to the heart of adhesion180P
ASB Award Lectures
Chair: Pierre Moens
11:30 ASB Bob Robertson Lecture
12:30 ASB McAuley-Hope Lecture
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13:30 Lunch
14:00 Student Prizes / AuPS AGM

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