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Future Conferences > Regulation of protein trafficking and function by palmitoylation

Regulation of protein trafficking and function by palmitoylation

23—25 August 2012

St Anne's College, Oxford, UK



A Biochemical Society Focused Meeting

 

Meeting background

The post-translational modification of proteins by palmitoylation has emerged as a highly versatile mechanism for regulating the trafficking, membrane micro-localisation and function of diverse protein families. This meeting will focus on the most recent breakthroughs in palmitoylation research.

 

Reviews by the speakers, based on their presentations at this major international meeting, will be published exclusively in Biochemical Society Transactions (Volume 41, part 1).

 

Abstract deadline EXTENDED: 27 June 2012.

The Biochemical Journal Poster Prize of £250 was awarded to Ayelén González Montoro for her poster entitled "Mutational analysis of the palmitoyltransferase Swf1"

 

Earlybird registration deadline:  23 July 2012.

Registration is closed for this event.

  

IUBMB Bursaries are available for this meeting.

These bursaries are to be used towards the cost of travel and accommodation for early career researchers outside of the United Kingdom. You must be a researcher in the early stages of your career to apply for an IUBMB bursary; either a current PhD student or in your first post-doctoral position.

 

Please note, this is an application process and does not guarantee that you will receive a bursary. The closing date for IUBMB Bursary applications has been extended to 15 June 2012. 

 

Not a member of the Biochemical Society? Join today and save an average of £100 on your registration fee.

 

Oral communication slots are available at this meeting. All attendees, particularly researchers in the early stages of their career, are invited to submit a poster abstract for consideration as an oral communication.

 

Continuing Professional Development

Approved by the Society of Biology for the purpose of CPD, this event may be counted as 54 CPD credits.

 

Biochemical Society Student Bursaries are also available for this meeting.