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October 23rd


Get-gathering (Dinner)



October 24th


Session 1
9:00
Paul Russell
(Scripps Research Institute,USA)
Traffic Control at Double-Strand Breaks: Functional Relationships of MRN-Ctp1 and Ku Complexes
9:30
Yoshie Harada
(Kyoto University)
Fluorescent nanodiamonds for cell function analysis
10:00
Peter McHugh
(University of Oxford,UK)
Regulation of DNA crosslink repair in the mammalian cell cycle


Coffee Break
10:50
Simon Chan
(University of California-Davis,USA)
Genome elimination induced by parental centromere differences
11:20
Stephen Kearsey
(University of Oxford,UK)
How coupling proteolysis to DNA synthesis helps maintain genome stability
11:50
Peter Carlton
(Kyoto University)
Single-cell epigenome profiling with super-resolution microscopy
12:05
Takehiko Kobayashi
(National Institute of Genetics)
Maintenance of the ribosomal RNA gene repeat and its role in cellular senescence

Session 2
14:00
Atsushi Hirao
(Kanazawa University)
Roles of PI3K-AKT signaling in the maintenance of stem cell properties in normal hematopoiesis and leukemia
14:30
Keiko Nakayama
(Tohoku University)
Cdt1 inhibitor, Geminin negatively regulates thrombopoiesis
15:00
Li-Lin Du
(National Institute of Biological Science, China)
Global profiling of fission yeast mating genes reveals new autophagy factors
15:30
Paul Young
(Queen's University,Canada)
Ssp1 kinase in growth and stress response


Coffee Break
16:30
Shigeaki Kato
(University of Tokyo)
Histone glycosylation is a histone code
17:00
Hiroki Ueda
(RIKEN, Center for Developmental Biology)
System-level Understanding of Biological Timings
17:30
Joseph Takahashi
(University of Texas,USA)
Clock Genes, Clock Cells and Clock Circuits in the Mammalian Circadian System




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