Rekha Grewal

Rekha Grewal

Rekha Grewal holds a Master of Science (M.Sc.) in chemistry. For her Ph.D. she is currently doing research on olive polyphenols for the prevention of dementia in frame of the BMBF-KMU project NeurOliv. For her Ph.D. studies she uses neuronal cells that model Alzheimer´s disease. The focus lies on the assessment of mitochondrial function

Methods:   Measurement of mitochondrial membrane potential (MMP) and ATP levels, respiromentry, Western Blot

Projects: 


Publications:

Hagl S, Berressem D, Grewal R, Grebenstein N, Frank J, Eckert GP
Rice bran extract improves mitochondrial dysfunction in brains of aged NMRI mice
Nutr Neurosci, 2016, 19(1):1-10. 

Hagl S, Grewal R, Ciobanu I, Helal A, Khayyal MT, Muller WE, Eckert GP
Rice Bran Extract compensates mitochondrial dysfunction in a cellular model of early Alzheimer's disease
J Alz Dis 2015, 1;43(3):927-38. [Pubmed Abstract]


Presentations at conferences:

"GinkoTerp verbessert die mitochondriale Funktion in PC12-Zellen.“ [GinkgoTerp improves mitochondrial functions in PC12 cells].  Healthy Aging Conference, March 16, 2017, Fulda, Germany.

© Prof. Dr. Gunter P. Eckert 2017