A Biochemical Society Focused Meeting
One of the research areas expected to impact most of the understanding gene regulation in the next few years is discovering how ncRNAs influence the regulation of cellular pathways.
With recent exciting discoveries being made around the biological scope and mechanisms of actions for ncRNA molecules which impacts research into development and disease, this meeting couldn’t be more timely.
Synthesising state-of-the-art insights that span across next-generation sequencing, functional genomics and ncRNA manipulation, this meeting aims to broaden your understanding of the mechanisms behind ncRNA’s regulation of cellular pathways. We will discuss the analyses of transcriptomic data, experiments for linking ncRNAs sequences and structure to functions, whilst addressing approaches to bridge the gap between the large number of ncRNAs identified in various species, and the lack of well-defined functions for ncRNAs.
We invite scientists to submit an abstract and register who have common interests in ncRNA biology with topics spanning from functional discoveries of ncRNA to the novel techniques used to uncover ncRNA function) including the role ncRNA in disease, in order to create a meeting that will provide a forum to integrate novel findings, enhance previously proposed models of ncRNA function and generate new testable and publishable hypotheses.
Abstract Submission is now closed
Registration is now closed
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.
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Topics in this meeting may be invited to submit to our journal, Biochemical Society Transactions, or other publication published by Portland Press, the wholly-owned trading subsidiary of the Biochemical Society.