9th Annual Biomarkers Congress

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Date Event Presentation Speakers
May 23, 2011 Pathogenesis of Influenza: Virus-Host Interactions (E3) Glycans and HA Ram Sasisekharan
March 30, 2008 Inflammation, Microenvironment and Cancer Bacteria Viruses Tissue Injury James G. Fox
March 25, 2008 Clinical Trials Asia The Strategic Planning Behind the Clinical Site Allocation in Emerging Economies: An Industry-Wide View Fabio Thiers
December 1, 2007 47TH American Socieity of Cell Biology At the Limits: Optical Methods for Single Molecules, Cells, and Organisms Alice Ting
Systems Biology of Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Networks (Room 206) Forest White
E. B. Wilson Medal Presentation and Address Richard Hynes
Cell Adhesion: The Essence of Being Metazoan Richard Hynes
Extracellular Matrix as a Memory Storage Device Linda Gay Griffith
Self-assembling Peptide Hydrogels Functioning as a Synthetic ECM Differentially Mediate Chondrogenesis of Marrowderived P W Kopesky, E J Vanderploeg, Alan J Grodzinsky
Transcription Profi ling in C. elegans Reveals Functional Gene Expression Programs Regulated by the RNAi Pathway Phillip Sharp
Global Expression Dynamics of MicroRNAs and Predicted MicroRNA Targets in Developing, Naïve, and Activated J R Neilson, R. T H Sandberg, G. X Y. Zheng, Christopher B Burge, Phillip Sharp
November 14, 2007 Advances in Breast Cancer Research Dnmt3b Promotes Tumorigenesis in vivo by Gene-specific de novo Methylation and Transcriptional Silencing Rudolf Jaenisch
July 28, 2007 From Unfolded Proteins in the Endoplasmic Reticulum to Disease Identification and coordination of substrate-specific factors required for ERAD Carolyn S Sevier
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