The Ross Lab

Avedisian Hall, College of Biomedical & Pharmaceutical Sciences

 

 
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Mitochondrial Dysfunction: A Key Player in Brain Diseases. Bartman S*, Coppotelli G*, Ross JM*. Current Issues in Molecular Biology, February 2024.

Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Protein Homeostasis in Aging: Insights from a Premature-Aging Mouse Model. Ross JM*, Olson L, Coppotelli G*. MDPI, January 2024.

Gaspar L*, Bartman S*, Coppotelli G*, Ross J*. Effect of apparatus characteristics on anxiety-like behavior in young adult and old mice of both sexes assessed by the elevated plus maze assay. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, August 2023.


Gaspar L*, Bartman S*, Coppotelli G*, Ross J*. Acute Exposure to Microplastics Induced Changes in Behavior and Inflammation in Young and Old Mice. International Journal of Molecular Science, August 2023.


“Mitochondria in Aging and Diseases: Partie Deux,” Tobias-Wallingford H, Coppotelli G, Ross JM. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, June 2023. 


Yang J-H et al (including Ross JM, Coppotelli G). Loss of epigenetic information as a cause of mammalian aging. Cell, Jan 2023.


Amorim J, Coppotelli G, Rolo A, Palmeira C, Ross JM, Sinclair D. (2021). Mitochondrial and metabolic dysfunction in ageing and age-related diseases. Nature Reviews Endocrinology, Feb 2022.


Adelöf J, Ross JM, Zetterberg M, Hernebring M. (2021). Survival-Span Method: How to Qualitatively Estimate Lifespan to Improve the Study of Aging, and not Disease, in Aging Studies. Frontiers in Aging, Dec 2021.

Potts E†, Coppotelli G, Ross JM#. (2020) Histological-based stainings using free-floating method. Journal of Visualized Experiments. Jove, DOI: 10.3791/61622.

Adelöf J, Ross JM, Lazic SE, Zetterberg M, Wiseman JW, Hernebring M. (2019). Conclusions from a behavioral aging study on male and female F2 hybrid mice on age-related behavior, buoyancy in water-based tests, and an ethical method to assess lifespan. Aging,Sep 11;11(17):7150-7168. PubMed

Ross JM, Coppotelli G,Branca RM, Kim KM, Lehtiö J, Sinclair DA, Olson L. (2019). Voluntary exercise normalizes the proteomic landscape in muscle and brain and improves the phenotype of progeroid mice. Aging Cell, Dec;18(6):e13029. PubMed

Ross JMCoppotelli G, Olson L (Eds). (2016).Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Ageing and Diseases. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. Basel: MDPI AG.ISBN: 978-3-03842-251-8

Coppotelli G, Ross JM.(2016). Mitochondria in Ageing and Diseases: The Super Trouper of the Cell. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Special Issue, “Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Ageing and Diseases”. 17(5):711. DOI: PubMed (invited Editorial)

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Ross JM, Olson L, Coppotelli G#. (2015). The Mitochondrial and Ubiquitin Proteasome Systems in ageing and disease: Two sides of the same coin? International Journal of Molecular Sciences, Special Issue, “Mitochondrial Dysfunction in Ageing and Diseases”. 16(8):19458-76. DOI:10.3390/ijms160819458 PubMed(invited review)

Ross JM, Coppotelli G, Hoffer BJ, Olson L. (2014). Maternally transmitted mtDNA mutations cause reduced lifespan. Scientific Reports,4, 6569; DOI:10.1038/srep06569. PubMed

Ross JM, Stewart JB, Hagström E, Brené S, Mourier A, Coppotelli G, Freyer C, Lagouge M, Hoffer BJ, Olson L, Larsson NG. (2013). Germline mtDNA mutations aggravate ageing and can impair brain development. Nature, Sep 19; 501(7467): 412-5. PMID:23965628  PubMed

*Commented by:Keogh M and Chinnery PF (2013). Hereditary mtDNA Heteroplasmy: A Baseline for Aging? Cell Metabolism,Oct 1; 18(4): 463-4. PMID:24093673 PubMed

*Commented by:Burgess DJ (2013). Disease genetics: Double danger from mitochondrial mutations. Nature Reviews Genetics,Oct ;14(10): 678-9. PMID:    24022701 PubMed

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Ross JM. (2011). Visualization of mitochondrial respiratory function using cytochrome c oxidase / succinate dehydrogenase (COX/SDH) double-labeling histochemistry. Journal of Visualized Experiments, (57): e3266, DOI: 10.3791/3266.PMID: 22143245 PubMed(invited by Editor)

Ross JM, Öberg J, Brené S, Coppotelli G, Terzioglu M, Pernold K, Goiny M, Sitnikov R, Kehr J, Trifunovic A, Larsson NG, Hoffer BJ and Olson L. (2010). High brain lactate is a hallmark aging and caused by a shift in the lactate dehydrogenase A/B ratio. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Nov 16; 107(46): 20087-92. PMID: 21041631 PubMed

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In the News

Acute Exposure to Microplastics Induced Changes in Behavior and Inflammation in Young and Old Mice”

  • *To be featured on Voice of America
  • *Described in 15 different languages and in 22 countries worldwide

“Maternally transmitted mtDNA mutations cause reduced lifespan”

“Germline mtDNA mutations aggravate ageing and can impair brain development”

“High brain lactate is a hallmark aging and caused by a shift in the lactate dehydrogenase A/B ratio”