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1. Electron cryo-tomography of eukaryotic flagella and cilia Invited talk in the ESF-EMBO Symposium on Emergent Properties of the Cytoskeleton: Molecules to Cells, Sant Feliu de Guixols, Spain October, 2010
2. Electron cryo-tomography of eukaryotic flagella and cilia Invited talk in the third International Symposium on Diffraction in Structural Biology (ISDSB2010), Orsay,france May, 2010
3. In situ structure of dynein in eukaryotic flagella revealed by electron cryo-tomography - How the bending motion coordinated? Invited talk hosted by Prof. G. Schertler, Paul Scherer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland March, 2010
4. In situ 3D structure of flagellar dyneins Oral presentation in the Alpbach workshop on molecular motors, Alpbach, Austria March, 2010
5. High resolution cryo-electron-tomographic analysis of dynein motor structure Invited talk hosted by Prof. Joel Rosenbaum, Yale Univ., New Haven, CT, USA March, 2010
6. 3D arrangement, conformation and ATP-induced structural change of inner and outer dynein arms revealed by electron cryo-tomography Oral presentation in 54th annual meeting of Biophysical Society, San Francisco, CA, USA February, 2010
7. Direct visualization of molecular cooperativity Invited talk in the Japan-ETH Symposium organized by Prof. Wendelin Jan Stark (ETH Zurich), Zurich, Switzerland January, 2010
8. 3D structural analysis of eukaryotic flagella/cilia by electron cryo-tomography Invited lecture in the 32th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Molecular Biology, Yokohama, Japan December, 2009
9. Cryo-electron tomography of flagellar inner and outer arm dyneins Invited talk in the Second International Conference of Dynein, Kobe, Japan November, 2009
10. 3D structure of dynein AAA proteins in flagella Oral presentation in the International Conference of AAA proteins, Toronto, Canada July, 2009
11. Cryo-electron tomography of flagellar inner and outer dynein arms Invited talk hosted by Prof. G. Witman, Univ. Massachusetts, Worcester, MA, USA July, 2009
12. Cryo-electron tomography of flagella: how does the bending motion occur? Invited talk hosted by Dr. Alasdiar C. Steven, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, USA July, 2009
13. Structural analysis of flagellar inner and outer dynein arms invited talk hosted by Prof. R. Kamiya, Univ. of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan April, 2009
14. Structural analysis of inner- and outer-dynein arms Invited talk in 2nd International symposium on bio-nanosystems, Tokyo November, 2008
15. Molecular arrangement of dynein in flagella revealed by cryo-electron tomography Invited talk in the 39th NIPS International Symposium Frontiers of Biological Imaging,Okazaki, Japan November, 2008
16. Molecular Arrangement of Dynein in Flagella revealed by Cryo-Electron Tomography -How is the bending motion coordinated?- Invited talk in PSI hosted by Dr. Michel Steinmetz, Villingen September, 2008
17. Three-dimensional structure of eukaryotic flagella revealed by electron cryotomography – How is the bending motion coordinated Invited talk in the International Robotics Conference (workshop hosted by Prof. Bradley Nelson), Zurich June, 2008
18. Three-dimensional structure of eukaryotic flagella revealed by electron cryotomography Invited talk in D-BIOL symposium, Davos June, 2008
19. Molecular arrangement of flagellar axoneme outer- and inner-dynein arms revealed by electron cryo-tomography Invited talk in The 3rd Minisymposium on the biology of cilia and flagella, hosted by Department of Evolutionary Biology, University of Siena, Siena, Italy May, 2008
20. Electron tomography and single particle analysis: visualizing ice-embedded large macromolecules in situ and in vivo Invited talk in the 5th International Workshop on X-ray Damage to Biological Crystalline Samples, PSI, Villingen March, 2008
21. 3D architecture of the flagellar outer dynein arms in situ revealed by electron cryo-tomography –How does the bending motion occur University of Zurich September, 2007
22. The architecture of outer dynein arms in situ revealed by electron cryo-tomography of whole flagella Invited talk in The biology of cilia and flagella, symposium hosted by Department of Evolutionary Biology, University of Siena, Siena, Italy May, 2007
23. 3D structure of the flagellar outer dynein arms in situ revealed by electron cryo-tomography –How does the bending motion occur?- University of Tokyo, Japan March, 2007
24. How does the bending motion occur?- 3D structure of the flagellar outer dynein arms in situ revealed by electron cryo-tomography – University of Bern March, 2007
25. The architecture of outer dynein arms in situ revealed by electron cryo-tomography - How does the bending motion occur?- Invited talk in SPS (Swiss Physics Society) 2007/Physics in Medicine and Biology, Irchel February, 2007
26. The architecture of outer dynein arms in situ by cryo-electron tomography FASEB Summer Research Conferences: Biology of Cilia and Flagella, Vermont Academy, Saxtons River, Vermont, USA January, 2007
27. Single particle analysis and electron tomography: approach to analyze 3D structure of biological macromolecules without crystals Invited lecture in Novartis hosted by Dr. Ilaria Ferlenghi, Siena,Italy May, 2006
28. Structural studies on axonemal dynein-arms in Chlamydomonas flagella by electron tomography Invited lecture in Dynein 2005: international conference on dynein Invited lecture in Dynein 2005: international conference on dynein Kobe, Japan November, 2005
29. Structural studies on axonemal dynein-arms in Chlamydomonas flagella by electron microscopy Invited lecture hosted by Prof. Pietro Lupetti, Siena, Italy November, 2005



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