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Miss Oksana Ivanova

Almazov National Medical Research Centre, Saint Petersburg (Russian Federation)

Oksana Ivanova is a student of Bioinformatics and Systems Biology masters programme at ITMO University, Russia. She investigated fundamental mechanisms of skeletal muscle regeneration and development at laboratory of Almazov National Medical Research Centre.

 Under guidance of Renata Dmitrieva and Anna Kostareva, Oksana and her research group described the effects of adipogenic signal on myoblast line differentiation and showed that myosatellites taken from heart failure patients doesn't lose regenerative potential. Currently, combining the results from both studies, the group is investigating the effect of exercise therapy on skeletal muscles using bioinformatics methods/approach.

Molecular background of impairments in skeletal muscle of heart failure patients

Event: ESC Congress 2021 - The Digital Experience

Topic: Heart Failure

Session: Basic science e-posters


Multilevel metabolic impairments in skeletal muscle of heart failure patients

Event: Heart Failure 2021

Topic: Heart Failure

Session: ePoster session


Transcriptome sequencing revealed the upregulation of pathways that control regeneration and calcium handling in skeletal muscles of heart failure patients undergoing exercise rehabilitation program

Event: Heart Failure 2019

Topic: Heart Failure

Session: Basic Science and Translational


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