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April 6, 2013 AACR Annual Meetings Obesity, Energy Balance, and Metabolism Chairperson: Eileen P. White, UMDNJ-The Cancer Institute of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ Andrew J. Dannenberg
Myeloid Malignancies Co-Chairpersons: Ari M. Melnick, Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY, and Timothy Graubert, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO Ari M. Melnick
Targeting Lymphoid Malignancies: Working from the Outside In Co-Chairpersons: John P. Leonard, Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY, and John C. Byrd, The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, Columbus, OH John P. Leonard
Central Role of the Mircroenvironment in Initiation and Progression of Tumors and Response to Chemotherapy Chairperson: Mina J. Bissell, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA Shahin Rafii, Larry Norton
Nuclear Topology and Transcription Factors: Defining the Architecture of Normal and Malignant Cells Chairperson: Ari M. Melnick, Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY Ari M. Melnick
Tumor-Secreted Factors Chairperson: David C. Lyden, Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, New York, NY David C Lyden
May 26, 2010 20th Anniversary World Congress on Biosensors PLENARY LECTURE: - Single molecule detection–mode waveguides Harold Craighead
July 22, 2009 Eighth International Congress on the Future of Breast Cancer Hormone-Responsive Breast Cancer Anne Moore
December 4, 2008 BIT Life Sciences 2nd Annual World Congress of Gene-2008 (WCG 2008) Biopharmaceuticals in Plants; Toward the Next Century of Medicine:Track 2-3 K. L., Hefferon
Session Chair :Track 4-1 (II) K. L., Hefferon
Biopharmaceuticals in plants; toward the next century of medicine :Track 4-1 (II) K. L., Hefferon
Bioengineered Crops as Tools for International Development: Opportunities and Strategic Considerations : Track 4-4 PETER GREGORY
July 19, 2008 22nd Annual Symposium of The Protein Society Concurrent Afternoon Symposia 10: Biofuels from a Protein Science Perspective David Wilson
April 27, 2008 Difficult to Express Proteins P-gel: A DNA Gel That is Able to Produce Proteins without any Living Cell Dan Luo
December 1, 2007 47TH American Socieity of Cell Biology CLASPs Clutching Microtubule Networks (Room 209 B/C) Tim Huffaker
Dynamics of Rafts, Stabilized Rafts, and Other Non-Raft Domains of Frederick . R Maxfi eld
The Role of the Transcription Factor Clock in the Development, Function, and Output of Circadian Pacemakers. J Lee
Single Molecule Studies:Steve Kowalczykowski, University of California, Davis, Rob Phillips (Chair), California Institute of Technology, Michelle Wang.
Probing Nucleosome Stability and Structure at the Single Molecule Level. M D Wang
Regulatory Roles of Lipid Microdomains Barbara Baird
Critical Fluctuations in Plasma Membrane Vesicles. S. Veatch, P Sengupta, David Holowka, Barbara Baird
The Role of GM1 in Mammalian Sperm Signaling Pathways. Atsushi Asano, D Buttke, V Selvaraj, A. Travis
Counting Divisions in the Hair Follicle Stem Cells Pool. S Waghmare, K Osorio, David McDermitt, Tudorita Tumbar
The Cell Biology of Embryonic Patterning and Morphogenesis in the Mouse Embryo Jym Ocbina
A Novel Role for PI(4,5)P2 in Eisosome Organization and Plasma Membrane Dynamics. C J Stefan, Scott D Emr
CAS Is Required for Dissociation of Importin Alpha/Cargo Complexes at the Nuclear Pore Complex C Sung
June 23, 2007 Mechanism and Regulation of Prokaryotic Transcription “The phage 82 Q protein antiterminator constructs a NusAdependent shield to the emerging transcript” Jeffrey Roberts
“Characterization of a novel sigma factor in Bacillus subtilis” Shawn R MacLellan
4th Annual Pharma R&D Asia Congress
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