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Symposia Overview

1. Functional Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics
1.1.    Epigenetics: DNA Methylation and Far Beyond
1.2.    Evolution of Polyploid Genomes
1.3.    Bioinformatics: from Comparisons to Functional Predictions        
W 02  Glycomic Technologies
W 03  Emerging Proteomic Technologies

2. Protein Structure and Interactions
2.1.     Protein Folding
2.2.     Bioactive Peptides
2.3.     Protein Engineering and Directed Evolution
2.4.     Proteolysis on and Within the Biological Membrane

3. Metabolites in Interactions
3.1.     Biotransformation of Carcinogens
3.2.     Heme Biosynthesis, Utilization and Degradation
3.3.     Turnover and Recognition of Carbohydrates
3.4.     Cytochromes P450 and Xenobiochemistry

4. Cellular and Subcellular Biochemistry
4.1.     Cell Differentiation
4.2.     Biochemistry of Melanins and Melanosomes
4.3.     Extracellular Matrix and Cell Adhesion
4.4.     The Cell Nucleus: Structure, Function and Dynamics
4.5.     Function and Dysfunction of Mitochondria
4.6.     RNA Turnover and Quality Control
4.7.     Nervous System Stem Cells

5. Signal Transduction
5.1.     Cytoskeleton Dynamics
5.2.     Reactive Oxygen Species in Cell Signalling
5.3.     Gaseous Signaling
5.4.     Signalling in Plants
5.5.     Small GTPases in Cell Function and Disease
5.6.     Signaling in Host-Pathogen Interactions
5.7.     Plasma Membrane and Cell Signaling

6. Organism – The network of Interactions
6.1.     Mitochondrial Membranes, Apoptosis and Cancer
6.2.     Virus - Cell Interactions
6.3.     Molecular Immunology
6.4.     P53 New Functions, New Targets, New Controls

7. Trends in Biotechnology
7.1.     Nanosensors and Nanomachines
7.2.     Photosynthesis and Solar Energy Conversion
7.3.     Plants for the Future
7.4.     Biochemistry of Phytoceuticals in Plant and Mammalia
7.5.     Biochemical Prospects for Better Food
7.6.     Biofilms: Social life of Microbes

8.  From Biochemistry to Medicine
8.1.     Molecular Mechanisms of Kidney Diseases
8.2.     Proteases as Therapeutic Targets
8.3.     Biochemistry of Diabetic Complications
8.4.     Cancer Stem Cells
8.5.     Proteomics in Health and Diseases
W 01   Nanotherapeutics

 

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