Carlos Henriquez Olguín
August Krogh Bygningen, Universitetsparken 13, 2100 København Ø
The rapid rise in the prevalence of obesity, diabetes, and physical inactivity has significantly contributed to the increasing global burden of noncommunicable diseases. Skeletal muscle, the largest tissue in the body, possesses remarkable plasticity and represents a key pharmacological target to combat these diseases. Skeletal muscle redox signaling has emerged as a novel regulator of skeletal muscle metabolism but the molecular mechanisms involved are still not well understood. Our research focuses on connecting intracellular redox signaling and skeletal muscle metabolism in the context of metabolic diseases.
Recent Selected Publications
Henriquez-Olguin, C., Knudsen, J.R., Raun, S.H. et al. Cytosolic ROS production by NADPH oxidase 2 regulates muscle glucose uptake during exercise. Nature Commun 10, 4623 (2019).
Henriquez-Olguin C., Boronat, S. et al. NADPH oxidases in skeletal muscle: Emerging roles in redox signaling and metabolism. Antioxid Redox Signal. 31(18):1371-1410 (2019)
Henriquez-Olguin C, Baghersad L, Arab-Ceschia L, Raun SH., et al. Adaptations to high-intensity interval training in skeletal muscle require NADPH oxidase 2. Redox Biology 24, 101188 (2019)
Raun, S.H., Henriquez-Olguin, C., Karavaeva, I. et al. Housing temperature influences exercise training adaptations in mice. Nature Commun 11, 1560 (2020).
- Skeletal Muscle Metabolism
- Redox Signaling
- Insulin Action
- Exercise Physiology