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Supplement 2, 2016
Abstracts of the BIO 2016 Congress
September 13th–16th 2016
- Barbara Świerczek, Tomasz Czajkowski, Agata Kowalczyk, Katarzyna Piwocka, Katarzyna Jańczyk-Ilach, Władysława Stremińska, Maria A. Ciemerych, Karolina Archacka
The influence of culture medium on ES cell differentiation
- Joanna Siwinska, Alexandre Olry, Jeremy Grosjean, Alain Hehn, Frederic Bourgaud, Ewa Lojkowska, Anna Ihnatowicz
Fraxetin synthase: a novel enzyme in the biosynthesis of coumarins involved in plant responses to iron deficiency
- Janusz Niedojadło
Cajal body functions in the posttranscriptional regulation of gene expression in plant cells under
physiological and abiotic stress conditions
- Aleksandra Weremczuk, Danuta Maria Antosiewicz
The involvement of programmed cell death mechanisms in development of Zn-related pre-necrotic/necrotic regions in tobacco leaves
- Tomasz Kolenda, Kacper Guglas, Anna Teresiak, Renata Bliźniak, Jacek Mackiewicz, Małgorzata Wierzbicka, Katarzyna M. Lamperska
lncRNA profile in head and neck cancers
- Magdalena Cybulska, Tomasz Olesiński, Katarzyna Paczkowska, Malgorzata Statkiewicz, Michal Kopczynski, Katarzyna Unrug-Bielawska, Anita Tyl-Bielicka, Marta Gajewska, Andrzej Mroz, Agnieszka Paziewska, Michal Mikula, Jerzy Ostrowski
Patient-derived tumour xenografts development for preclinical studies with new oncology drugs
- Monika Sakowicz-Burkiewicz, Tomasz Przybyła, Tadeusz Pawełczyk
The impact of TWIST1 silencing on the sensitivity colon cancer cells to 5-fluorouracil
- Monika Zukowska, Krzysztof Szade, Anna Kusienicka, Agata Szade, Neli Kachamakova-Trojanowska, Karolina Bukowska-Strakova, Jozef Dulak, Alicja Jozkowicz
Heme oxygenase-1 in hematopoietic stem cells: an interplay between cell cycle and DNA damage
- Maria Rutkiewicz-Krotewicz, Anna Bujacz
Structural studies of cold adaptation mechanism of GH2 β-D-galactosidases from Arthrobacter sp. 32cB and Paracoccus 32d
- Grzegorz Mrukwa, Grzegorz Drazek, Monika Pietrowska, Piotr Widlak, Joanna Polanska
Divisive iK-means algorithm as a tool for ROI selection in the search for MALDI-MSI
based molecular signature of thyroid cancer
- Piotr Bragoszewski and Agnieszka Chacinska
The ubiquitin-proteasome system mediated control of mitochondrial intermembrane space proteins
- Joanna Wojsiat, Carolina Alquezar, Katarzyna Laskowska Kaszub, Angeles Martin Requero, Urszula Wojda
Two faces of one disease – difference in cell cycle regulation and apoptotic response between lymphocytes from familial and sporadic Alzheimer’s disease patients.
- Aleksander Czogalla, Dominik J. Kauert, Eugene P. Petrov, Ralf Seidel, Petra Schwille
The emerging role of origami DNA in studying membranerelated biological phenomena
- Weronika Wronowska, Krzysztof Gogolewski, Anna Gambin,
Metabolomic scale analysis of the mechanism of C2 ceramide induced cell death
- Anna Philips, Ireneusz Stolarek, Bogna Kuczkowska, Piotr Kozłowski, Marek Figlerowicz
Microbial profiling of 1000-2000 year old human remains
- Magdalena Działo, Jan Szopa-Skórkowski, Magdalena Żuk
Epigenetic modulation of the chalcone synthase gene activity in flax
- Katarzyna Haldys, Waldemar Goldeman, Rafal Latajka
Inhibition kinetics of aryl thiosemicarbazone derivatives on mushroom tyrosinase
- Alicja M. Sochaj-Gregorczyk, Anna Serwotka-Suszczak and Jacek Otlewski
A novel affibody-auristatin E conjugate that targets HER2-positive cancer cell lines
- Anna Kurzynska-Kokorniak, Maria Pokornowska, Natalia Koralewska, Weronika Hoffmann, Krystyna Bienkowska-Szewczyk, Marek Figlerowicz
Revealing a new activity of the human Dicer DUF283 domain
- Cecilia Winata; Leszek Pryszcz; Maciej Łapiński; Vladimir Korzh, Sinnakaruppan Mathavan
Translational regulation of maternal transcripts during zebrafish mid-blastula transition
- Izabela Broniarek, Agnieszka Kozieł, Wiesława Jarmuszkiewicz
Endothelial mitochondria and elevated level of free fatty acids
- Michal Rurek, Andrzej Woyda-Ploszczyca, Wieslawa Jarmuszkiewicz
Diverse functional responses of plant mitochondria in stress and recovery
- Daria Grobys, Andonis Karachitos, Hanna Kmita
The impact of human VDAC isoforms on cell viability of the yeast Saccharomyces
cerevisiae Huntington’s disease model
- Agnieszka Kiełbasa, Piotr Koprowski, Bogusz Kulawiak, Adam Szewczyk
Mechanosensitivity of mitochondrial largeconductance Ca2+-activated K+ channel.
Important Information for authors of abstracts
Two best posters will be awarded by a privilege of publishing as a feature paper in Proteomes free of charge.
One will be chosen from the proteomic session and the other one for the other Congress sessions.
The best posters will be evaluated and nominated by Conference Organizing Committee”
FEBS Journal prize for the best young scientist’s poster (graduate and PhD students or postdocs within 3 years of their PhD) in which structural biology was essential to elucidate important biochemical processes.
Eligible candidates are asked to apply by e-mail to: email@example.com
The best poster will be awarded by HTL.
The poster will be evaluated and nominated by Conference Organizing Committee
Włodzimierz Mozołowski Award
The poster will be evaluated and nominated by Conference Organizing Committee
Guidelines for oral presentation
Oral presentation should be planned for 10 min talk that will be followed by 5 min discussion. Presentation time will be strictly enforced.
Guidelines for poster presentation
The posters have to be printed for display on a poster board.
Posters should be on display throughout the congress i.e.
Group of Poster Session 1: from 09.00 hours to 18.00 hours on Wednesday 14 September. Poster Session 1: 14:00-15:30
Session 1: Stem cells and engineering
Session 2: Unstructured proteins in health
Session 3: Plant Cell Biology and Biochemistry
Session 4: Molecular aspects of cancer development and progress
Session 5: Stem cells and cancer
Session 6: Moonlighting enzymes
Session 7: Plant Molecular Biology
Session 8: Quantitative proteomics
Session 9: Proteostasis and Stress response
Special Satellite Session 1: Glycobiology
Group of Poster Session 2: from 09.00 hours to 18.00 hours on Thursday 15 September. Poster Session 2: 14:00-15:30
Session 11: Synthetic and System biology
Session 12: Analytics in biomedicine
Session 13: Multiple approaches to structure in molecular biology
Session 14: Signalling in Bacteria
Session 15: Biotechnology
Session 16: RNA biology
Session 17: EMBO Session
Session 18: Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology
Session 19: Bioenergetics
Session 20: Bioinformatics
Session 21: Varia
Satellite Session 4: Science and Business
All posters will be numbered, listed and grouped in accordance with the congress topics. Authors must be present in the poster area to present and discuss their poster at the scheduled time.
The poster area opens for poster presenters on Wednesday 14th September at 08:00. Assistants will be available on site to provide you with the material needed to attach your poster to its stand. Please take notice of your Abstract number and poster board before hanging up your poster.
Posters should be constructed in portrait format to a maximum size of 85 cm (width) x 120 cm (height); the optimal size is A0. To enable delegates to easily read the information the lettering should be a minimum of 1 cm high.
Abstract selection for oral or poster presentation
Abstracts submitted until the early submission deadline will be subject to peer review by at least 2 members of the Scientific Committee. The Scientific Committee is responsible for the final decisions regarding presentation format (poster or oral presentation). Abstracts submitted after the early submission deadline will be peer reviewed by 1 member of the Scientific Committee and 1 member of Organizing Committee but will only be considered for poster presentations.
The presenting authors will be notified of acceptance by email (please make sure to state your correct email address). If you do not receive a confirmation by email within the established deadlines, please contact the Bio2016 secretariat.
Please select the session under which you wish to submit your abstract for review by the Scientific Committee.
The reviewers may decide that the abstract content, while otherwise acceptable, does not fit the interest area of the topic to which it was submitted. In this case, the abstract is forwarded to the Review Committee of the topic more closely aligned to the perceived content.
|Session #||Topic||Available way of presentation of submitted abstract:|
|Session 1:||Stem cells and engineering||oral||poster|
|Session 2:||Unstructured proteins in health and disorders||-||poster|
|Session 3:||Plant Cell Biology and Biochemistry||oral||poster|
|Session 4:||Molecular aspects of cancer development and progress||oral||poster|
|Session 5:||Stem cells and cancer||-||poster|
|Session 6:||Moonlighting enzymes||oral||poster|
|Session 7:||Plant Molecular Biology||-||poster|
|Session 8:||Quantitative proteomics||-||poster|
|Session 9:||Stress response||oral||poster|
|Session 10:||Looking forward while celebrating the past||-||poster|
|Session 11:||Synthetic and System biology||oral||poster|
|Session 12:||Analytics in biomedicine||oral||poster|
|Session 13:||Multiple approaches to structure in molecular biology||-||poster|
|Session 14:||Signalling in Bacteria||-||poster|
|Session 16:||RNA biology||oral||poster|
|Session 17:||EMBO Session||-||poster|
|Session 18:||Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology||-||poster|
|Special Satelline Session 1:||Glycobiology||-||poster|
|Satellite Session 2:||L'Oreal Session||-||poster|
|Satellite Session 3:||Science and Society||-||poster|
|Satellite Session 4:||Science and Business||-||poster|
|Satellite Session 5:||Women in Science||-||poster|
All accepted abstracts will be published in the printed abstract book.