Biotech China 2014

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April 6, 2013 AACR Annual Meetings The Origins and Neoplastic Progression of Barrett's Esophagus Co-Chairpersons: Timothy C. Wang, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY, and Brian J. Reid, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA Carlo C Maley
Credentialing Response Biomarkers for Signal Transduction Inhibitors Chairperson: Neal Rosen, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY Ravi Amaravadi
Change for the Worse: Premalignant Metaplasia in the Stomach, Esophagus, and Pancreas Chairperson: Steven D. Leach, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD Anil K Rustgi
Hypoxia-Induced Metastasis Chairperson: M. Celeste Simon, Abramson Cancer Center of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA M. Celeste Simon
Whole Body Metabolism and Cancer Chairperson: Philipp E. Scherer, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX M. Celeste Simon
June 12, 2011 B Cells and Protection: Back to Basics - ESF-EMBO Symposium Roles for BLyS family members in establishing and maintaining humoral immunity Michael Cancro
Session 7 | When things go wrong: tumours and diseases Michael Cancro
January 23, 2009 Lipidomics and Lipids in Mass Spectrometry MALDI Analysis and Imaging of Lipids in Biological Tissues Nicolas Winograd
Challenges in Biochemistry and Biotechnology Ian Blair
December 4, 2008 BIT Life Sciences 2nd Annual World Congress of Gene-2008 (WCG 2008) Co-Chair : Track 1-3 Akira Kaji
Three Additional Functions of Ribosome Recycling Factor-Its Role During the Chain Elongation and for the Initiation of Translationally Coupled ORFs : Track 1-3 Akira Kaji
Statistical and Computational Pharamcogenomics: Computing Genes for Drug Response:Track 1-9 Rongling , Wu
December 1, 2007 47TH American Socieity of Cell Biology Phospho-regulation of ase1p during Mitosis by the Kinase cdc2p and the Phosphatase cdc14p in Schizosaccharomyces Phong Tran
Actin Dynamics Is Essential for Myosin-based Transport of Membrane Organelles Tatyana Svitkina
At the Limits: Optical Methods for Single Molecules, Cells, and Organisms John M Murray
Building the Cell (Room 140B) Phong Tran
Muscle Cytoskeletal Protein Assembly in Normal and Diseased Muscles A Engler
Translocon-mediated Head-First Insertion and Rotation of a Signal Anchor during Cotranslational Integration. Farida Korobova
Tension Increases the Strength of α5β1 Integrin-Fibronectin Bonds by Inducing Engagement of the Synergy Site in FnIII D Boettiger, M Chan, J Friedland, M Lee
Symposium VI Ballrooms A/B/C Dennis E. Discher
Stem Cell Force Generation and Differentiation. Dennis E. Discher
The Role of Cell Traction Force in Fibronectin Fibrillogenesis. C S Chen
Syndecan-1 Expressing Mammary Fibroblasts Produce an Extracellular Matrix with Tumor Promoting Properties. Y Yang
The Third Dimension Drives N-CoR2-dependent Death Resistance. Valerie M Weaver, C Chatterjee, M Nuth
Cell Adhesion Regulates Ras, but Not Rho-dependent SRF-mediated Gene Transcription. Michele. A. Wozniak, C Q Cheng, C S Chen
Imaging Membrane Dynamics in Immunoreceptor Signaling. Erin Dayle Sheets
Counting Divisions in the Hair Follicle Stem Cells Pool. S. Lee
Identifying New Components of the Early Endosome Retrograde Sorting Machinery in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Angel M Davey
Cytoplasmic Dynein Is a Better Navigator than Kinesin on Tau-decorated Microtubules. Erika L. F Holzbaur
Organization of the Early Secretory Pathway in the Malaria Parasite Plasmodium falciparum M Lee
Anterograde Microtubule Transport Drives Microtubule Bending in LLC-PK1 Epithelial Cells William O. Hancock, Maruti Uppalapati
Regulation of Cytoskeleton and Cell Signaling by Posttranslational Arginylation S Saha, Anna S Kashina
4th Annual Pharma R&D Asia Congress
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