Line Barner Dalgaard

MSc. molecular biology

  • J.B. Winsløws Vej 15

    5000 Odense C

    Denmark

20102017
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Research areas

Research areas include: Cellular mechanims that influence muscle function in training/exercise, aging, immibilization, muscle stain and disease. Particularly, investigations of specific genes, proteins and cellular signaling pathways that affect muscle function, -morphology and myogenic stem cells.

Research information

Molecular biology techniques:histochemistry, immunohistochemistry, immunofluoroscens, immuno-elecctronmicroscopy, elecctronmicroscopy, sterology, RNA- og DNA-analyses (gDNA, mRNA, miRNA, siRNA, NGS), real time qRT-PCR, western blotting, animal models (mice, rabbit, pig), cell cultures.

Research areas

  • Cell signaling
  • Signals between and inside cells
  • RNA
  • Proteins and carbohydrates
  • Gene therapy
  • Musculoskeletal disorders
  • Physical training
  • Exercise
  • Physical training in the elderly
  • Stem cell therapy

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Nitric Oxide Synthase Type I Chemical Compounds

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Research Output 2010 2017

Ageing affects cell cycle regulation in human skeletal muscle undergoing atrophy and regrowth

Frandsen, U., Prokhorova, T., Barner Dalgaard, L., Hvid, L. G., Schjerling, P., Aagaard, P., Kjær, M. & Suetta, C., 2017, In : Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 49, 5S, p. 236 1 p., S175.

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De-repression of cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor 2A in ageing human skeletal muscle with atrophy and regrowth in vivo

Frandsen, U., Aagaard, P., Prokhorova, T., Jørgensen, A. N., Barner Dalgaard, L., Hvid, L. G., Schjerling, P., Kjær, M. & Suetta, C., 2017, In : The Journal of Frailty & Aging. 6, Suppl. 1, p. 30-31 1 p., OC42.

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Open Access
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Influence of Resistance Training on Neuromuscular Function and Physical Capacity in ALS Patients

Barner Dalgaard, L., Djurtoft, J. B., Bech, R. D., Nielsen, J. L., Jørgensen, L. H., Schrøder, H. D., Frandsen, U., Aagaard, P. & Hvid, L. G., 2017, In : Journal of Neurodegenerative Diseases. 2017, 8 p., 1436519.

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Open Access
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Resistance Training
Muscle Weakness
Motor Neurons
Denmark
Skeletal Muscle

SPARC Interacts with Actin in Skeletal Muscle in Vitro and in Vivo

Jørgensen, L. H., Jepsen, P. L., Boysen, A., Barner Dalgaard, L., Hvid, L. G., Ørtenblad, N., Ravn, D., Sellathurai, J., Møller-Jensen, J., Lochmüller, H. & Schrøder, H. D., 2017, In : The American Journal of Pathology. 187, 2, p. 457–474

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Actins
Skeletal Muscle
Proteins
Polymyositis
Muscles