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2015 IMB Conference DNA repair and genome stability within chromatin environments
Title: 2015 IMB Conference DNA repair and genome stability within chromatin environments
Title abbreviated: 2015 IMB Conference
Venue: Mainz
Start date: 2015-06-04
End date: 2015-06-07
Creator: Beli, Petra [Scientific Organiser]; et al.
Abstract: The 2015 IMB Conference will explore cutting edge research in the fields of DNA repair and genome stability within chromatin environments.The conference will cover local chromatin events and their implications for genome stability, such as the functions of chromatin remodellers and posttranslational modifications in various DNA repair and damage signalling pathways.The global consequences of chromatin structure, such as the modulation of nuclear dynamics and the relevance of higher-order chromatin for accessibility and damage processing will also be explored.Scientific talks will be structured into the following themes: DNA damage signalling and checkpoint activation in chromatin,Influence of chromatin on damage processing and repair,Replication of chromatin in the presence of DNA damage,Chromatin dynamics and remodelling in response to DNA damage. The combined expertise represented by the panel of speakers who will present their unpublished research is expected to provide an environment to integrate newly emerging information into conceptual advances in the field. This conference will be a unique opportunity for all participants to learn about the latest discoveries, talk about their own findings and initiate research partnerships. We hope that the ideas and concepts developed during the conference will result in exciting collaborations. [Information of the supplier]
Subject: General topics in biochemical genetics (572.83)
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Metadata update date: 2016-01-14
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