Conference - Santa Fe, NM, United States
The conference will:
• Apply recent innovations in high-throughput sequencing and genome analysis to the study of transposon biology and genome evolution;
• Discuss the discovery of cellular systems that inhibit transposon activity as examples of the evolutionary arms race that exists between mobile DNA and their hosts;
• Describe active transposition during neurogenesis and in tumor cells and raise fundamental questions about the role of mobile DNA in brain development and cancer.
• Transposon Applications and Human Health
• A Transposon-Eye View of Primate Evolution
• Mechanisms of Genome Evolution I & II
• The Contribution of Host Factors to DNA Mobility
• The Biological Impact of Mobile DNA, Friend or Foe I & II
• The Interface between Mobile DNA, DNA Replication and DNA Repair/
The Molecular Face of Transposition
plus workshops on late-breaking topics
Organization: Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology
(Courtesy of Mobile Genetic Elements and Genome Evolution symposium logo, via mobilednajournal.com)
Sun, Mar 09, 2014 - Fri, Mar 14, 2014
Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Hotel
Santa Fe, New Mexico, United States
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