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Nuclear Structure and Cancer
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Linking Nuclear Structure and Function in Mammalian Cells: RNA Synthesis in Transcription Factories is Dependent on the Integrity of a Lamin-Dependent Nucleoskeleton�

Schedule of Presentations:

Saturday, June 16, 2007
Sunday, June 17, 2007
Monday, June 18, 2007
16:00:00 Molecular Imaging in Living Cells and Analytical Tools” Donald Defranco (Chair), University of Pittsburg Donald Defranco
19:40:00 “(Un)Looping the Chromatin Loop Denise Sheer
21:10:00 Chromatin Architecture Reprogramming the Male Genome Stephen A Krawetz
Tuesday, June 19, 2007
09:40:00 Nuclear Organization of Transcription Factors and Chromatin Modifying Jim R Davie
11:50:00 Spatial Configuration (3D) of the Telomeres in Hodgkin and Reed-Sternberg Cells Hans Knecht
21:10:00 Nuclear Structure Distinguishes Cancer Cells from Benign Cells Lawrence True
Wednesday, June 20, 2007
09:00:00 Organization of transcriptional regulatory machinery in nuclear microenvironments: Implications for Biological Control and Cancer Gary S Stein
11:10:00 Coordination of Fg Nucleoporins And Inositol Signaling For Regulated Translocation Through Nuclear Pore Complexes Susan Wente
19:00:00 Nuclear DNA Replication and Repair: When and Where David Kaufman
20:20:00 The Nuclear Matrix as an Organizational Template for Replication Initiation As Well As Sister Chromatid Separation Joyce L Hamlin
21:50:00 Origins of DNA Replication: Normal Cells vs Tumor Cells Domenic Di Paola
Thursday, June 21, 2007
09:40:00 Organization of Chromatin and Histone Modifications at a James G McNally
11:10:00 Myc Dynamically and Preferentially Relocates to a Cameron Osborne
4th Annual Pharma R&D Asia Congress
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