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SP1 - Marcus A. Glomb
Analysis of novel advanced glycation end products – Mechanisms and significance to ageing and related pathologies

SP2
 - Rüdiger Horstkorte
The role of sialylation and O-GlcNAcylation in differentiation and ageing

SP3
 - Thorsten Pfirrmann
The role of protein glycation on proteostasis

SP4
 - K. Lenhard Rudolph
Signalling pathways regulating asymmetric segregation of damaged proteins in stem cells 

SP5
 - Barbara Seliger
Characterisation of age-related changes within the lysine acetylation pattern of immune effector cells

SP6 - Katrin Hoffmann
Effects of lamin B receptor deficiency on premature ageing, farnesylation, methylglyoxal (MGO) and histone modifications
 
SP7 - Anne Navarrete Santos
Role of protein modifications in developmental ageing and metabolic (epigenetic) programming
 
SP8 - Andreas SimmJochen Balbach
Epigenetic regulation of gene transcription by non-enzymatic protein modification

SP9 - Lars-Oliver KlotzChristoph Kaether
Modulation of Klotho/FOXO signalling by PTMs: effects on stress resistance and longevity

SP10 - Christian A. Hübner
Glycosylation of alpha-dystroglycan in the aging and diseased muscle

SP11
 - Claudia Großmann
Non-enzymatic modifications of the mineralocorticoid receptor (MR) during vascular ageing 

SP12
 - Stefan H. Heinemann
Impact of methionine oxidation on rapid electrical signalling

SP13
 - Regine Heller
Mechanisms and consequences of age-related AMPK modification in endothelial cells

SP14 - Otmar Huber
The role of glucose-induced Wnt/β-catenin signalling in ageing