Lecture - Kos, Greece
The eukaryotic nucleus contains the information that is required to build a complex organism. This complexity is achieved by a highly coordinated interaction between the DNA and the proteins that reside in the nucleus. Whereas the nuclear DNA has been fully sequenced, our understanding of the nature and the dynamics of the proteins in the nucleus is still limited, both in terms of the structural organization of the nucleus and of the regulation of gene activity. The goal of this Lecture Course is to foster scientific exchange between scientists working on the nuclear proteome, the dynamic behavior of proteins in the nucleus and the integration and visualization of protein and DNA networks. This Course is unique in that it focuses on nuclear proteomics and data integration in order to enhance our understanding of the molecular mechanisms that mediate epigenetic processes.
(Courtesy of an electron micrograph of a cell nucleus, showing the darkly stained nucleolus, via en.wikipedia.org)
Sun, May 18, 2014 - Fri, May 23, 2014
Neptune Hotel Resort and Conference Center
Kos Island, Greece
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