Benjamin Dilberger, M.Sc.

Dilberger

Benjamin Dilberger holds a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in nutritional sciences. For his Ph.D. he is currently developing C. elegans as new research tool to investigate brain aging and Alzheimer`s diseases following the mitochondrial cascade hypothesis. In his collaborative project he is closely working with the reserach group of Prof. Wenzel who chaired the professorship in molecular nutrition research. 

Methods: measurement of mitochondrial membrane potential, ATP levels, markers of mitochondrial mass; High-Resolution Respirometry (Oxygraph-2k); western blotting, qRT-PCR.

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Publications:

Dilberger B, Passon M, Asseburg H, Silaidos CV, Schmitt F, Schmiedl T, Schieber A, Eckert GP.
Polyphenols and Metabolites Enhance Survival in Rodents and Nematodes-Impact of Mitochondria.
Nutrients. 2019 Aug 13;11(8). pii: E1886. [
open access(IF 4.196)

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© Prof. Dr. Gunter P. Eckert 2018