Mechanisms and Function of Myonuclear Accretion

February 13–14, 2024
9 am–12:30 pm (ET)

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Summary

February 13-14, 2024

Skeletal muscle maintenance relies on the presence of dedicated skeletal muscle stem cells (MuSCs). The function and physiological states of MuSCs contributing to skeletal muscle regeneration are broadly studied, but it is increasingly recognized that their contribution to adult myofibers—through a process called myonuclear accretion—is differentially regulated.

This conference will focus on how MuSCs and myofibers communicate, coordinate, and prepare for fusion; the specialized cell-type specific fusion processes involved; the integration of their cellular components post-fusion; and the contribution of myonuclear accretion to skeletal muscle maintenance in health and disease.

Organizer:
Doug Millay, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH
Anita Kneppers, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher, Institut NeuroMyoGène, Lyon, France

Registration Fee: $25 

Program

The program agenda will be posted at a later date.