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October 5th, 2009

- Workshop program uploaded.


September 30th, 2009

- Application is closed.


September 11th, 2009

- Shuttle bus service on Nov. 29th,
Naha airpot -> Seaside House
(departure time 14:30 hrs).


July 13th, 2009

- Workshop poster uploaded.


July 10th, 2009

- Added speakers list, venue information and application form.


July 9th, 2009

- This website was opened.



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For further information, please contact G0 Cell Unit, OIST.

Workshop program

One-page schedule sheet in PDF format can be downloaded here. This program could change without previous notification.



December 2


Session 6
Epigenetics and chromatin
9:00
Tatsuhiko Kodama
(University of Tokyo)
A role for histon H4-lysine 20 methyl transferase, PR-SER7, in differentiation and senescence
9:30
Yusaku Nakabeppu
(Kyushu University)
Base excision repair-mediated programmed cell death responsible for tumor suppression and neurodegeneration
10:00
Midori Shimada
(Nagoya City University)
Histone binary switch mediated by Chk1-HAT and PP1-HDAC complexes regulates DNA damage induced transciptional repression
10:15
Shigeaki Kato
(University of Tokyo)
Hormonally regulated gene expression mediates DNA methylation/demethylation


Coffee Break
11:05
Dale Dorsett
(St. Louis University of Medicine)
Cohesin and Polycomb silencing proteins - titrating expression of genes that control development
11:35
Marc Bühler
(Friedrich Miescher Institute)
Spatial and temporal analysis of the fission yeast RNAi pathway
12:05
Haruhiko Siomi
(Keio University School of Medicine)
A link betwwen silencing and germ cell development in Drosophila



Session 7
Comprehensive approaches
17:00
Charlie Boone
(University of Toronto)
The genetic landscape of a cell
17:30
Luis Lopez-Maury
(University College London)
Gene expression program during stationary phase in fission yeast
17:45
Mitsuhiro Yanagida
(OIST, Kyoto University)
Cellular quiescence: Are controlling genes conserved?
18:15
Keiichi Nakayama
(Kyushu University)
Comprehensive elucidation of enzyme-substrate relationship by proteomics: Say good-bye to westernblotting




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