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    00014 University of Helsinki

    Finland

Organisationsprofil

Organisationsprofil

The group has biomedical and ecophysiological projects. The roles of lipids and fatty acids are studied in human vital functions and pathophysiology as well as in environmental adaptation and feeding ecology of animals. In addition to basic research we carry out applied projects. For example, together with our collaborators we develop functionality markers for stem cells used for transplantations, and improve methods for monitoring the diets of wide-ranging aquatic animals, such as seals and seabirds. The main methods used are mass spectrometry, chromatographic techniques and multivariate statistical analyses. The research group is a part of the lipidomics core facility of the university Helsinki University Lipidomics Unit offering analytical services to research groups, authorities and companies.

Internationellt och inhemskt samarbete Publikationer och projekt inom de senaste fem åren.

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Projekt

Publikationer

Anterior cruciate ligament transection alters the n-3/n-6 fatty acid balance in the lapine infrapatellar fat pad

Mustonen, A-M., Käkelä, R., Finnilä, M. A. J., Sawatsky, A., Korhonen, R. K., Saarakkala, S., Herzog, W., Paakkonen, T. & Nieminen, P., 18 mar 2019, I : Lipids in Health and Disease. 18, 67, 9 s., 67.

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A transposable element insertion is associated with an alternative life history strategy

Woronik, A., Tunstrom, K., Perry, M. W., Neethiraj, R., Stefanescu, C., Celorio-Mancera, M. D. L. P., Brattstrom, O., Hill, J., Lehmann, P., Käkelä, R. & Wheat, C. W., 17 dec 2019, I : Nature Communications. 10, 11 s., 5757.

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Complementary methods assessing short and long-term prey of a marine top predator - Application to the grey seal-fishery conflict in the Baltic Sea

Tverin, M., Esparza-Salas, R., Strömberg, A., Tang, P., Kokkonen, I., Herrero, A., Kauhala, K., Karlsson, O., Tiilikainen, R., Vetemaa, M., Sinisalo, T., Käkelä, R. & Lundström, K., 2 jan 2019, I : PLoS One. 14, 1, 26 s., 0208694.

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Dedifferentiation of Primary Hepatocytes is Accompanied with Reorganization of Lipid Metabolism Indicated by Altered Molecular Lipid and miRNA Profiles

Kiamehr, M., Heiskanen, L., Laufer, T., Duesterloh, A., Kahraman, M., Kakela, R., Laaksonen, R. & Aalto-Setala, K., 2 jun 2019, I : International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 20, 12, 20 s., 2910.

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Distinct fatty acid signatures in infrapatellar fat pad and synovial fluid of patients with osteoarthritis versus rheumatoid arthritis

Mustonen, A-M., Käkelä, R., Lehenkari, P., Huhtakangas, J., Turunen, S., Joukainen, A., Kaariainen, T., Paakkonen, T., Kroger, H. & Nieminen, P., 22 maj 2019, I : Arthritis research & therapy. 21, 11 s., 124.

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Aktiviteter

  • 1 Utlåtanden vid tillsättning
  • 1 !!Oral presentation

Environmental effects of fish introductions in small, high-latitude lakes

Marco Milardi (!!Speaker), Reijo Tapio Käkelä (!!Speaker), Jan Björn Weckström (!!Speaker), Kimmo Kahilainen (!!Speaker)
2014

Aktivitet: Typer för tal eller presentation!!Oral presentation

University of Oulu (Extern organisation)

Reijo Käkelä (Assessment)
5 maj 20068 maj 2006

Aktivitet: MedlemskapstyperUtlåtanden vid tillsättning