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Date Event Presentation Speakers
April 30, 2010 Drug Story LOOKING TOWARD SCALE-UP AND THE CLINIC Patrick Chames
April 11, 2010 Molecular Targets for Control of Vector-Borne Diseases: Bridging Lab and Field Research (F2) Insect Immunity | Big Horn C Elena Levashina
October 26, 2009 Immunogenicity Assessment and Clinical Relevance Development of Cell-based Assays for Neutralizing Antibodies for Routine Clinical Immunogenicity Studies Michael G. Tovey
October 22, 2008 Antibodies Europe Efficient Cell-Mediated Cytotoxicity Using Bispecific Domain Antibodies for Cancer Therapy Patrick Chames
April 27, 2008 Difficult to Express Proteins From Neanderthal to Nanobiotech: From Plant Potions to Pharming—Should We Make the Switch to Plant Expression? Loïc FAYE
December 1, 2007 47TH American Socieity of Cell Biology Fundamental Changes in Large-Scale Chromatin Organization Accompany Differentiation of Embryonic Stem Cells. Edith Heard
Robustness and Evolution of Caenorhabditis Vulva Development Josselin MILLOZ, M A Felix
Anisotropic Intercellular Surface Tension Is Suffi cient to Rearrange Cell Patterns and Drive Intercalation in Epithelia T Lecuit, Pierre François LENNE
Nonequilibrium Mechanics of Active Cytoskeletal Networks from In Vitro Model System to Cultured Living Cells C Tardin
November 29, 2007 Fourth Annual In Vivo Molecular Imaging: Bridging the Gap from Discovery to Clinical Applications Nov (29-30) Clinical Applications (13:40-17:30) Gisèle Clofent Sanchez
Clinical Applications: Molecular imaging of Vulnerable Atherosclerotic Plaques with Contrast Agents Targeting Over-Expressed Receptors (13:45-14:15) Gisèle Clofent Sanchez
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