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April 6, 2013 AACR Annual Meetings BRAF Pathway Inhibitors in Melanoma: Where Do We Go from Here? Chairperson: Richard M. Marais, Paterson Institute for Cancer Research, Manchester, United Kingdom Richard M Marais
February 26, 2011 Mucosal Biology: A Fine Balance between Tolerance and Immunity (X5) Viruses in Health and Disease | Short Talk: Mucosal Innate Immunity and Natural Control of HIV-1 Transmission during Human Pregnancy Elisabeth Menu
Workshop 3: NODS/TLRs and Innate Immunity Gerard Eberl
Mucosal B Cells and Lymphoid Organogenesis | Lymphoid Tissue Inducer Cells: Members of the Bigger Family of RORgammat+ Innate Lymphoid Cells Gerard Eberl
September 19, 2009 Nature Chemical Biology Symposium 2009: Chemical Biology in Drug Discovery What does chemical biology have to offer and what does drug development need? Paul Workman
July 20, 2008 WORLD SUMMIT OF ANTIVIRALS Combating Severe Viral Infections Session 6: Omics and System Biology for Viral Infectious Diseases Bing Sun
Human Coronavirus SNE Protein Regulates Virus Assembly and Release via Activation of Endogenous L-type Calcium Channel Bing Sun
Session 7: Upstream Platform Technologies for Antiviral Drug Discovery Tetsuya Toyoda
In Vitro Transcription System for Drug Screening and Evaluation of Polymerase Inhibitors. Tetsuya Toyoda
Infection by Primate Lentiviruses and Innate Immunity Anne Marie AUBERTIN
November 7, 2007 Antibodies Europe: Engineering the Next Generation of Antibodies Nov (07-08) Solving Antibody Problems (14:10-16:15) Herta Steinkellner
Solving Antibody Problems: Generation of Glycan Optimized IgGs in Glycoengineered Plants (14:45-15:15) Herta Steinkellner
Applications and Case Studies: Tumor Targeting with Chimeric Heavy Chain Antibodies (13:45-14:15) Jianbing Zhang
Applications and Case Studies (13:40-16:45) Jianbing Zhang
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