Welcome to CMOR, The Center for Metabolism and Obesity Research in the Institute for Basic Biomedical Research. CMOR is an interdepartmental and interdisciplinary center established to support the advancement of our understanding of the basic biological mechanisms that regulate metabolism, and how they are dysregulated in disorders such as obesity, diabetes, stroke, and cancer. While these may seem to be divergent themes, they share common root causes in disordered energy balance, which can affect many biological systems. Thus, while CMOR investigators approach these problems from within their individual disciplines, the Center provides an opportunity to explore common scientific themes and collaborate. CMOR also works to facilitate the translation of discoveries to applied knowledge for therapeutics in these fields. In our website you will find information about our faculty and our 서울콜걸 We also provide extensive 정읍콜걸출장안마 in biochemistry and tissue culture to assist all investigators and students in exploring the diverse biology that is metabolism.
From Albert Lehninger’s studies of mitochondrial metabolism to Peter Pedersen’s work in bioenergetics and more, Johns Hopkins has built a distinguished legacy of discovery in the field of metabolism and systems biology. CMOR is an integrative and collaborative center that combines research into the molecular and cellular mechanisms of metabolism with a wide range of physiological and behavioral studies. Addressing topics such as nutrient sensing, bioenergetics, and endocrine regulation, the center employs both cutting edge technologies and fundamental basic science to advance our understanding of the biology that regulates metabolism and how it is dysregulated in attendant disorders such as obesity, diabetes, cancer, and stroke.
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Vision: Understanding how specific metabolic pathways influence biological outcomes and behavior is the goal of metabolism in our era, and is a common foundation for systems and behavioral biology. The overall goal of CMOR is to develop an infrastructure to facilitate cutting-edge research into the fundamental basic science of metabolism.
- To provide an infrastructure for scientific interactions among faculty and community.
To integrate research using model organisms and metabolic profiling.
- To develop service and technological resources.
- To enhance the education of trainees.
- To foster interactions between CMOR and agencies that support research in metabolism and obesity.
To disseminate knowledge to the public in the form of graduate education and to facilitate translation of this knowledge to therapeutic strategies.
- Nutrient regulation/sensing encompasses metabolic pathways that deal with the disposition of carbohydrates, glucose, and lipids, which influence how energy is used to support macromolecular synthesis.
- Bioenergetics entails the conversion of catabolized molecules into energy (ATP) and reducing equivalents (NADH), the availability of which dictates the biological anabolic processes that may occur.
- Endocrine regulation denotes the humoral and neuroendocrine responses that occur to maintain homeostasis, often in relationship to nutrient availability. For example, molecules such as insulin, leptin, and hypothalamic neuropeptides respond to peripheral and central metabolic cues to sense energy balance and affect behavior. At the cellular level, these metabolic systems influence cell survival, cell cycle regulation, the expression levels of diverse proteins required for cellular functions, and cellular senescence. At the organismal level, nutrients, endocrine profiles, and bioenergetics affect reproduction, exercise capacity, CNS activity, feeding behavior, and longevity.
- Programmatic Themes:
Dysregulation of these pathways results in some of the most devastating diseases that we face, including obesity, diabetes, cancer and stroke. As we discover new regulatory roles for these metabolic pathways, we seek to apply this information towards therapeutic strategies, making the Center a timely undertaking. Most importantly, this theme provides flexibility, allowing the Center to adapt as needed in response to future needs.수원오피걸▒포항출장샵콜걸➹(정읍출장마사지【카톡:mss41】〖mss41.com〗정읍☚ 정읍2018-12-12-18-38정읍오피╎Vu정읍Cx오피s오피╖╤sj출장미인아가씨출장서비스8z미시출장안마정읍☄)진주콜걸업소✍익산콜걸업소✓제주출장샵콜걸↘남원출장안마