Biomolecular Interactions in Intracellular Processes

Chair(s):
Walton, S. P., Michigan State University
Co-chair(s):
Jayaraman, A., Texas A&M University

Proper cellular function depends on specifically regulated biomolecular interactions. Thus, the understanding of intracellular processes requires thorough analysis of the contributions of small molecule and macromolecule cellular components. Presentations for this session should focus on theoretical and experimental methods for the analysis of intracellular processes and, in particular, the extracellular and intracellular biomolecular interactions that contribute. Talks focusing on metabolic regulation, transcriptional and translational control of gene expression, and signal transduction are of interest. In addition, talks covering modification of the cellular network through methods such as antisense and RNAi, and in particular, those utilizing large-scale genomic and proteomic analyses for the understanding of the global cellular network will be strongly considered.

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2005 Annual Meeting
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