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Congreso de Bioquímica y Biología Molecular

  1. 1. InstitutionsVIP Sponsors Privileged Sponsors Strategic SponsorsGeneral Sponsors SEBBM Long Term SponsorsExhibitors September 4th - 9th, 2012 Program www.iubmb-febs-2012.orgOther Sponsors Organizers Partner Society
  2. 2. La SEBBM contribuye al progreso de la ciencia Con un crecimiento continuado neto de 50 socios al año, que se traduce enStop by ElSEviEr booth #9 más de 3500 socios actuales, 20 grupos científicos y 1000 inscritos a cada uno de nuestros congresos, promovemos la sociedad basada en el conocimiento.We have many interesting and fun events planned for you: Pero no estamos solos...Meet the Editors and learn what you need to know about publishing your article. LOS SOCIOS PROTECTORESCome by during the 10.30 – 11.00 coffee break on: CONTRIBUYEN AL PROGRESO DE LA SEBBM• September 5: FEBS Letters Editors• September 6: FEBS Open Bio Editor (new open Access journal)• September 7 & 8: Molecular Oncology EditorGet a free goodie bag with lots of interesting materialon how to get published.*The Editors’ Choice app for iPad and smart phonespresents the top 5 articles, hand-picked by journal editors.hot oFF thE prESSMolecular biologyby David Clark, Nanette PazdernikiSbN: 9780123785947 / ©2012Examines the basic concepts of molecular biology while incorporatingprimary literature from today’s leading researchers!20% off at Elsevier booth porque son de los nuestros**as long as stock lasts * «Serán socios protectores aquellas entidades que quieran contribuir al sostenimiento y desarrollo de la SEBBM y sean aceptadas como tales. Tendrán categoría de socios, podrán participar y votar en las asambleas generales y recibir la misma información y publicaciones que los socios ordinarios (...)» www.elsevier.com/lifesciences Más información sobre la figura de socio protector en Sociedad Española de Bioquímica y comunica@sebbm.com o llamando al 93 231 12 00 Biología Molecular
  3. 3. WELCOME LETTER It is both an honor and a pleasure for the Spanish Society of BiochemistryCONTENTS and Molecular Biology (SEBBM) to organize the 22 nd IUBMB & 37th FEBS Congress. The standards of modern Spain in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology are historically high. Attesting to this fact, the SEBBM is a very 1 Welcome Letter active organization encompassing 21 interest groups and more than 4000 2 Committees members. SEBBM, one of FEBS founding societies, has already organized two successful FEBS meetings (Madrid, 1969, and Barcelona, 1996). And 4 Key Information now Seville, being an ancient, beautiful and welcoming city, home to a very 8 Floor Plan dynamic biochemical community, will host for the very first time this unique and joint IUBMB-FEBS event.10 Exhibitors11 Exhibitor & Poster Area Based on recent spectacular advances in “-omic” disciplines and informa- tion technology, multidisciplinarity and integration have become key fea-12 Poster Sessions tures of post-genomic and proteomic research. Genes, gene products, their regulatory networks and their interactions with their environment must be13 Satellite Activities analyzed not only at the molecular level, but also as components of higher-14 Programs order structures, metabolic pathways or entire cells and organisms. This branch of research, termed “Systems Biology”, combines concepts in a ho-14 Social Program and Tours listic approach from molecular biology, engineering sciences, mathematics16 Congress Program Overview and information technology to complex biological systems such as living cells. Hence, close collaboration between biologists, biochemists, physiolo-18 Plenary Lectures gists, chemists, physicists and mathematicians is essential in order to ex-20 Congress Detailed Program pand molecular studies into the characterization and modeling of complex interactions of genes, proteins and metabolic processes.46 Notes In line with these advances, an extraordinary scientific program that com- prehensively covers the latest advances in bioscience research has been arranged. Multidisciplinarity, interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity are thus essential characteristics of this meeting. The Organization has worked intensively to make this Congress a most out- standing experience that lives up to the highest expectations of the par- ticipant colleagues. We are convinced that this meeting will offer a singular opportunity for the attendees to engage in fruitful discussions, as well as establish new friendships and collaborations. Warm regards, MIGUEL A. DE LA ROSA Chair of the Organizing Committee JOAN J. GUINOVART Chair of the Scientific Program IRENE DÍAZ-MORENO Scientific SecretaryEdition and Production: Rubes EditorialPrinted by ComgraficPrinted in Spain 1
  4. 4. COMMITTEES Honorary Committee Organizing Committee Presidency Their Royal Highnesses the Prince Chair Miguel Ángel De la Rosa Spain and the Princess of Asturias Secretary Irene Díaz-Moreno Spain Members President of the Government of Spain (Spanish Prime Minister) Treasurer Antonio Díaz-Quintana Spain President of the Andalusian Autonomous Members Andrés Aguilera Spain Government Catalina Alarcón Spain Jesús Angulo Spain Minister of Economy and Competitiveness Joaquim Ariño Spain Patricia Boya Spain Minister of Education, Culture & Sports Miguel Castanho Portugal Mayor, City of Sevilla F. Javier Cejudo Spain Sebastián Chávez Spain Secretary of State for Research, Development Emilio Fernández-Reyes Spain and Innovation Antonio Ferrer-Montiel Spain F. Javier Florencio Spain Regional Minister of Economy, Innovation José M. García-Fernández Spain and Science from the Government Miguel García-Guerrero Spain of Andalusia Carlos Gómez-Moreno Spain Victoria Guixé Chile President, Sevilla Provincial Council Ángel Herráez Spain Manuel Hervás Spain President, Spanish National Research Abdelaziz Hmyene Morocco Council Alberto R. Kornblihtt Argentina President, Universidad de Sevilla Catalina Lara Spain José López-Barneo Spain President, Universidad Internacional Luis Mayorga Argentina de Andalucía Fernando P. Molina-Heredia Spain Fernando Moreno Spain President, Universidad Pablo de Olavide Helena Nader Brazil José Á. Navarro Spain President, Sevillian Academy of Sciences Plácido Navas-Lloret Spain Pedro M. Nieto Spain President, Cartuja Scientific and Juan Arturo Olate Aravena Chile Technological Park Manuel Pérez Spain Deputy Master, Royal Cavalry Armory Elizabeth Pintado Spain of Sevilla Juan Luis Ramos Spain Luis C. Romero Spain Joaquim Ros Spain Enrique de la Rosa Cano Spain Manuela Rueda Spain Rafael Salto Spain Pilar Santistebán Spain Arantxa Tabernero Spain Jorge Vázquez Ramos Mexico José Mª. Vega Spain Agustín Vioque Spain2
  5. 5. COMMITTEESScientific Committee Advisory Committee Chair Joan Guinovart Spain Members Carlos E. Argaraña Argentina Jesús Ávila Spain Members Cecilia Arraiano Portugal Angelo Azzi USA Dario Alessi UK Jorge Babul Chile Alicia Alonso Spain M. Luz Cárdenas France Mariano Barbacid Spain Khalid Fares Morocco Miguel Beato Spain Debora Foguel Brazil María A. Blasco Spain Masamitsu Futai Japan M. Leonor Cancela Portugal Carlos Gancedo Spain Julio E. Celis Denmark Cristina Garmendia Spain Ilona I. Concha Grabinger Chile Efstathios Gonos Greece Daniela Corda Italy Félix Goñi Spain Frédéric Dardel France Robert Huber, Nobel Laureate Germany Ana Belén Elgoyhen Argentina Nai-He Jing China Ernesto Freire USA Karl Kuchler Austria Ramón Gomis Spain Fernando López-Casillas México Fotis C. Kafatos UK Carlos Martínez-Alonso Spain Maria Leptin Germany Iain Mattaj Germany Carlos López-Otín Spain Phillip Nagley Australia Federico Mayor Spain Yogeshkumar S. Naik Zimbabwe M. Teresa Miras-Portugal Spain Uhtaek Oh Korea Ángela Nieto Spain Glaucius Oliva Brazil Mary Osborn Germany Sergio Papa Italy Montserrat Pagés Spain Iqbal Parker South Africa Richard. N. Perham UK Israel Pecht Israel Francesc Posas Spain Gregory A. Petsko USA Catarina Resende de Oliveira Portugal Claudina Rodrigues-Pousada Portugal Isabel Varela-Nieto Spain Vicente Rubio Spain William J. Whelan USA Margarita Salas Spain Felix Wieland Germany Willy Stalmans Belgium Shi Yigong China Adam Szewczyk Poland Kenneth N. Timmis Germany Jia-Rui Wu China Kurt Wüthrich, Nobel Laureate Switzerland Bianca Zingales Brazil 3
  6. 6. KEY INFORMATION General Information Badges Money The ID badge included in delegates bags is the admission The official currency in Spain is the Euro (). pass to the congress venue. Delegates are asked to wear it all the time. Normal opening hours for banks are Monday to Friday, 08:30 am - 2:00 pm. There is an ATM service available at FIBES. Certificate of Attendance Stores A Certificate of Attendance will be included in each delegate’s bag. Opening hours for most large stores in downtown Seville open Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 22:00 h. Internet First Aid There will be free Wi-Fi Internet Access up and down FIBES throughout the congress. In addition, there will be ten fixed A fully equipped first aid room is located at FIBES ground floor. Internet Access points at the Exhibition Area in Pavilion 3 (see page 11). Emergency Numbers (dial toll-free from any phone): Abstract Book Emergency services  112 Ambulance/Ambulancia  061 The Congress abstract book is published online as FEBS Jour- Fire service/ Bomberos  080 nal Supplement (Wiley-Blackwell). National Police/Policía Nacional  091 (in case of serious crime) A full abstract search for author, key words or titles is also Local Police/Policía Municipal  092 available from the congress website. (for towns and cities) Civil Guard/Guardia Civil  062 (for small towns and villages) Language English is the Congress official language. No translation will Refreshments and Catering be provided. Lunch boxes will be available to all registered participants on September 5, 6 and 8, at 13:00 h, at Pavilion 3 (see page 11). Registration Desk Opening Hours The registration desk under the dome will be open on: Contacts Tuesday, September 4 12:00 – 20:00 h Wednesday, September 5 08:00 – 19:00 h Scientific Secretariat Thursday, September 6 08:00 – 19:00 h Dr. Irene Díaz-Moreno Friday, September 7 08:00 – 13:00 h IBVF, Universidad de Sevilla-CSIC, CIC Isla de la Cartuja Saturday, September 8 08:00 – 19:00 h Américo Vespucio, 49. 41092-Seville (Spain) Sunday, September 9 08:00 – 12:00 h Phone: +34 954 489 513 - Fax: +34 954 460 065 E-mail: scientificsecretariat@iubmb-febs-2012.org Speakers’ Corner Technical Secretariat Viajes El Corte Inglés Invited speakers will be available for informal discussion and División de Congresos debate at a predefined meeting room. The speakers available Teniente Borges, 5. 41002-Seville (Spain) will rotate according to the list of speakers of the day. Every- Phone: +34 954 506 605 - Fax: +34 954 225 949 body is welcome! E-mail: technicalsecretariat@iubmb-febs-2012.org Sponsoring Contact Imma Rullo Girona, 36. 08010-Barcelona (Spain) E-mail: sponsors@iubmb-febs-2012.org4
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  8. 8. KEY INFORMATION Congress Venue How to reach FIBES The Congress is held at the Seville Conference and Exhibi- Transport tion Centre (FIBES), close to the citys international airport. The Commuter Train C4 runs every 6 minutes all day long FIBES is strategically situated at 4 km from Seville´s interna- from Santa Justa Station to Palacio de Congresos (FIBES). A tional airport, 5 km from Santa Justa Train Station, and 7 km round-trip ticket costs only  2.10 ( 1.40 one way). from the city center. A taxi ride takes 10 min to the airport ( 20-25), 15 min to the train station ( 6-8), and 20 min to The bus line 27 runs very frequently as well, especially during downtown ( 8-10). rush hours, from and to the Meeting Venue (FIBES). You can buy the ticket on board for  1.30. Visit the section How to reach FIBES (Venue) at http:// www.iubmb-febs-2012.org/IUBMBFEBS2012/index. asp?item=2221 to see train and bus timetables. Airport FIBES Plaza Santa Justa Duque Train Station Taxis Taxis are all around the city, and are white with a diagonal yel- lowish stripe on the side back door. A taxi fare to the airport should cost approximately  20-25. Car Parking There is a parking lot at the congress venue. Plan Seville Convention Center (FIBES) Avda Alcalde Luis Uruñuela, 16 Sevilla
  9. 9. Life Science Research The future of qPCR is here and it’s digital y That’s ddPCRevolutionary. Bio-Rad’s QX100™ Droplet Digital™ PCR system provides an absolute measure of target DNA molecules with unrivalled precision and accuracy. The QX100 system partitions each sample into 20,000 individual nanolitre-sized droplets. PCR-positive and PCR-negative droplets from every sample are then counted to provide absolute target quantification in digital form. The QX100 system provides a revolutionary approach to target DNA quantification. viral research. (down to 1.2x differences). a standard curve or ΔΔCq. 7To find your local sales office, visitwww.bio-rad.com/contact/ Visit us on the Web at discover.bio-rad.com
  10. 10. FLOOR PLAN Ground Floor First Floor8
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  12. 12. EXHIBITORS Booths No. ACS Publications 1 Agilent Technologies 31 American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) 47-48 American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) 3 Biochemical Society 24 Bioline 7 Bio-Rad 26-27-28 Bruker Española S.A. 42-43-44 Cayman Chemical 14 Cell Signaling Technology & New England BioLabs (CST) 39 Cellectis bioresearch 25 cicCartuja (Scientific Research Center Isla de la Cartuja) 12 De Gruyter 11 Research in Germany – German Research Foundation (DFG) 5 ELGA LabWater 30 eLife 41 Elsevier 9 Eppendorf 17-18-19 European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) 49 European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO) 50 European Research Council (ERC) 36 Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) 21 Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) 8 International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) 34 Laboratorios Conda 4 Merck Millipore 2 Novusbio 38 Panreac 32 Portuguese Biochemical Society (SPB) 23 Progenika Biopharma S.A. 29 Royal Society 6 Sarstedt 10 Sigma 33 Sistemas Genómicos 40 Sociedad Española de Bioquímica y Biología Molecular (SEBBM) 22 Sociedade Brasileira de Bioquímica e Biologia Molecular (SBBq) 35 Springer 15-16 St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital 45 Takara Bio Europe 13 The Crystalization Factory 37 Tocris Bioscience 46 Vitro, S.A. 20 Wiley-Blackwell 53-54 Wisepress Medical Bookshop 5910
  13. 13. EXHIBITOR & POSTER AREAPavilion 3 56 55 57 CATERING 35 34 4 CATERING CATERING 33 3 CHILD CARE SERVICE VIC 30 29 CATERING CATERING MEETING POINT ER S’ RN ER CO AK E SP 26 INTERNET POINT 25 5 CATERING CATERING 59 Access to the Congress Area (Auditorium, Rooms, Registration Desk) 11
  14. 14. POSTER SESSIONS Poster Discussion Sessions 5 September 2012 05. Biomembranes & Bioenergetics 15. Molecular Parasitology Posters will be presented by the authors 08. Free Radicals & Oxidative Stress 18. Nutritional Biochemistry and displayed at the Exhibitor Area. 11. Membrane Transporters 20. Protein Structure & Function Three sessions will take place throug- hout the Congress, as shown in the ta- 14. Molecular Biotechnology 26. Transgenesis in Mammals ble on the right. 6 September 2012 01. Apoptosis 16. Neuroscience Please note that presenters are respon- 02. Biochemical Education 17. Nitrogen Biochemistry & Metabolism sible for putting up the posters on the 06. Cell signaling 19. Perinatal Biochemistry corresponding board before each session, and removing them at the end of the 07. Developmental Biology 21. Regulation of Gene Expresssion day (not later than 20:00 h). 09. Genomics & Proteomics & Genome Dynamics 12. Metabolic Regulation 25. Theoretical Molecular Biology The maximum size of poster boards is 8 September 2012 120 cm (length) × 90 cm (width). 03. Biochemistry and Molecular 13. Molecular Bases of Pathology Biology of Plants 22. RNA Biology The poster numbers will be displayed on the poster boards, abstract book and 04. Biochemistry in Medical Diagnosis 23. Single Molecules each poster presenter’s private area on & Therapy 24. Systems Biology the congress website. 10. Glycobiology 27. Others12
  15. 15. SATELLITE ACTIVITIESBiochemistry in the City Specific ActivitiesA number of parallel events open to the general public The specific activities aim to promote discussion amongsthave been organized to coincide with the international delegates, corporate partners, and exhibitors.congress. Their aim is to bring Biochemistry closer to peo-ple by explaining its impact on various facets of society, Corporate Seminarsand to inspire the biochemists of tomorrow. Corporate partners will be able to present new products, share information with delegates, and receive feedback.Lectures Open to the Public See Detailed Program (pages 20-45).This activity includes two lectures open to the general pu-blic interested in the following issues: Guided Poster Tour Functional Diet - Health and Aging Attendees wishing to participate will be divided in small Francisco García Olmedo. Universidad Politécnica de groups, maximum 10 people. Each group will visit their Madrid, Madrid, ES posters guided by an Invited Speaker. These guided poster Daniel Ramón. Prof. de Investigación del CSIC Valencia, tours aim to: Valencia, ES September 6 – 20:00 h 1. increase the visibility of the posters, Location: Centro Cultural Cajasol. Sala Juan de Mairena. 2. facilitate the exchange between speakers and poster Calle Laraña 4. Sevilla presenters, and (Maximum capacity: 100 people) 3. promote scientific discussions during poster sessions. Cancer - New Approach & Therapies This voluntary activity required the registration of inter- Carlos López-Otín. Oviedo University, Oviedo, ES ested congress attendees during the online registration Joan Massagué. Sloan-Kettering Institute, New York, US process. September 7 – 20:00 h Location: Real Maestranza de Caballería. Salón de Carte- les. Paseo Colón 12. Sevilla Speakers’ Corner (Maximum capacity: 100 people) Invited speakers will be available for informal discussion and debate at a predefined meeting room. The speakers available will rotate according to the list of speakers of the"And You? Me, a Biochemist!" day. Everybody is welcome!Twenty five of the best high school students from the pro-vince of Seville will be invited to participate in a three daycourse aimed to provide a general outlook of Biochemistry Portrait Galleryas a career path. The course will consist of three parts: The Portrait Gallery aims to honour 24 outstanding female scientists who played crucial roles in the development of 1. A lecture at the Faculty of Biology on how to achieve Biochemistry worldwide. Each woman will have her own a Biochemistry degree at the University of Seville exhibition panel with her photo and biography both in and on the subsequent career possibilities. English and in Spanish. 2. A visit to the congress venue, the Seville Conference and Exhibition Centre FIBES, to get to know how an international congress looks like. There, the students Women Career Lunch will receive lectures by Spanish invited Speakers. This informal lunch with outstanding female scientists will 3. A short, hands-on training course on DNA extrac- allow young participants to discuss difficulties they may tion so these students can participate actively in the find during their career development and talk about alter- “Genes in the Bottle” sessions (see below). native solutions. The sign-up sheet will be available at the FEBS stand (booth: 21), and only the first 60 registrantsThe students will receive a certificate of their participation will be able to attend. This activity will take place at theby the University of Seville at the end of the course. Congress venue on Saturday, September 8, from 13:00 to 15:00, so everybody has time to go to the subsequent Women in Biochemistry Workshop starting at 15:30.Genes in the BottleThe general public from the streets of Seville will beinvited to participate in this activity. They will learn thebasic process to isolate their own DNA and find out someof the fascinating aspects of these molecules. 13
  16. 16. SOCIAL PROGRAM AND TOURS Social Program Social Events Welcome Reception Congress Dinner Tuesday, 4 September Saturday, 8 September 20:00 - 21:30 h 21:00 - 22:30 h Conference and Exhibition Centre - FIBES Square Previous registration ( 70). Tours Event Tuersday Wednesday Friday Thursday Saturday Sept. 4 Sept. 5 Sept. 6 Sept. 7 Sept.8 WALKING TOUR OF SEVILLE      Starting time: 10:00 am (2 hours) (morning) (morning) (morning) (morning) (morning) Meeting point: Virgen de los Reyes Square, behind the Cathedral SEVILLIAN TAPAS TOUR      Starting time: 10:30 pm (2 hours) (night) (night) (night) (night) (night) Meeting point: Virgen de los Reyes Square, behind the Cathedral FLAMENCO SHOW & DINNER      Starting time: 07:00 pm or 09:30 pm (1h 30 min aprox) (evening) (evening) (evening) (evening) (evening) Meeting point: Main entrance of the Palacio Andaluz SEVILLE ON BIKE      Starting time: 10:30 am – 02:00 pm (aprox) (morning) (morning) (morning) (morning) (morning) Meeting point: NH Plaza de Armas Hotel - Main door VISIT TO ITALICA AND CARMONA      Starting time: 08:00 am (half-day) (half-day) (half-day) (half-day) (half-day) Meeting point: Conference and Exhibition Center - FIBES Center VISIT TO WINE CELLAR      Starting time: 10:00 am (half-day) (half-day) (half-day) (half-day) (half-day) Meeting point: Conference and Exhibition Center - FIBES Center DAY TRIP TO CORDOBA      Starting time: 08:30 am (lunch NOT included) Meeting point: Conference and Exhibition Center - FIBES Center DAY TRIP TO JEREZ    Starting time: 08:30 am (lunch NOT included) (Equestrian shows only on Saturday) Meeting point: Conference and Exhibition Center - FIBES Center14
  17. 17. SOCIAL PROGRAM AND TOURSEvent Tuersday Wednesday Friday Thursday Saturday Sept. 4 Sept. 5 Sept. 6 Sept. 7 Sept.8DAY TRIP TO CADIZ     Starting time: 08:30 am (lunch NOT included)Meeting point: Conference and Exhibition Center - FIBES Center2 DAYS TRIP TO RONDA AND MALAGA  Starting time: 08:00 am (meals NOT included)Meeting point: Conference and Exhibition Center - FIBES Center2 DAYS TRIP TO GRANADA   Starting time: 08:30 am (meals NOT included)Meeting point: Conference and Exhibition Center - FIBES Center 15
  18. 18. CONGRESS PROGRAM OVERVIEW Tuesday, September 4th Wednesday, September 5th Thursday, September 6th 8:30 8:30 S01 Single Molecules 8 8:30 01.1 Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions S01 Single Molecules 01.2 Protein Networks 9 9 S02 Trends in Biochemistry 02.1 Genome Dynamics 9 S02 Trends in Biochemistry 02.2 Transcription and Chromatin S03 Beyond Biochemistry S03 Beyond Biochemistry 9:30 9:30 03.1 Ageing S04 Molecular Bases of Diseases 9 9:30 03.2 Global Regulation and Cell Reprogramming 04.1 Neurodegenerative and Organ S04 Molecular Bases of Diseases 04.2 Inflammation and Diseases 10 10 Degenerative Diseases S05 Environmental Biochemistry 1 10 S05 Environmental Biochemistry 05.1 Oxidative Stress: Dealing with Oxygen 05.2 Dealing with Osmotic Stress 10:30 10:30 10:30 10 11 11 11 1 11:30 11:30 PL03 Osamu Hayaishi 11:30 11 PL07 IUBMB Life 12 12 12 1 12:30 12:30 PL04 Theodor Bucher 12:30 12 PL08 FEBS Journals Awards 13 13 13 1 13:30 13:30 13:30 13 14 14 14 1 14:30 14:30 Poster Sessions & Specific Activities 14:30 14 Poster Sessions & Specific Activities BE 15 15 15 1 15:30 15:30 W01 Functional Genomics 15:30 15 W02 Proteomics and Signal Transduction W04 Biochemistry in Medical Diagnosis W05 Forum for Bioentrepreneurs 16 16 and Therapy 16 1 W08 Malaria in the Developing World W07 AIDS: Perspectives and New Therapies 16:30 16:30 W10 Teaching Molecular Evolution: 16:30 16 W11 Research into Effective Teaching Strategies: What Biochemistry BE a Unifying Principle of Biochemistry BE Is Learning from Other Sciences 17 17 1 17 1 17:30 Opening Session 17:30 17 PL05 Chester Beatty 17:30 17 PL09 EMBO 18 18 1 18 1 PL01 IUBMB PL06 Prakash S. Datta SEBBM01 18:30 18:30 18 18:30 18 Hermann Niemeyer 19 19 1 19 1 19:30 PL02 FEBS 19:30 19 19:30 19 SEBBM Groups 20 20 2 20 2 SEBBM Spanish-Mexican Groups 20:30 20:30 20 Symposium 20:30 20 Reception 21 21 2 21 2 21:30 21:30 21 21:30 21 22 22 2216 22:30 22:30 22:30
  19. 19. Friday, September 7th Saturday, September 8th Sunday, September 9th S01 Single Molecules 8 8:30 8 8:30 S01 Single Molecules 8 8:30 01.3 Membranes and Proteins S01 Single Molecules 01.5 Engineering and Design 01.4 Intrinsically Disordered Proteins S02 Trends in Biochemistry 02.3 RNA Biogenesis and Processing 9 S02 Trends in Biochemistry 9 S02 Trends in Biochemistry 02.5 Integrated Cell Structure and Function 9 02.4 Autophagy and Protein Homeostasis S03 Beyond Biochemistry S03 Beyond Biochemistry S03 Beyond Biochemistry 03.3 Artificial Cells and Genomes S04 Molecular Bases of Diseases 9 9:30 03.4 Computing with Molecules and Cells 9:30 9 03.5 Dealing with Errors and Evolution S04 Molecular Bases of Diseases 9:30 9 04.3 Stem Cells and their Niches S04 Molecular Bases of Diseases 04.5 Role of Hypoxia in Pathogenesis of 04.4 Cancer Genomics and Biomarkers S05 Environmental Biochemistry 05.3 Life in Extreme Environments 1 10 S05 Environmental Biochemistry 10 1 Inflammation in Cancer S05 Environmental Biochemistry 10 1 (In memoriam of Costas Drainas) 05.4 Responding to Environmental Perception 05.5 Molecular Clocks and Cell Cycling 10:30 10 10:30 10 BE 10:30 1 11 1 11 1 PL15 Edward Wood 11 1 PL10 FEBS/EMBO Women in Science Award 11:30 11 PL12 Severo Ochoa 11:30 11 11:30 1 12 1 12 1 PL16 Sir Hans Krebs 12 1PL11 Alberto Sols-Fundación BBVA 12:30 12 PL13 PABMB-Fundación Ramón Areces 12:30 12 12:30 1 Closing Session 13 1 13 1 13 1 13:30 13 13:30 13 13:30 14 1 14 1 14 14:30 14 Poster Sessions & Specific Activities 14:30 14 14:30 15 1 15 1 15 15:30 15 15:30 15 15:30 W03 Metabolomics 16 1 W06 Systems Biology 16 1 16 W09 Science in School BE NMR in Biology 16:30 16 16:30 16 16:30 W12 Women in Biochemistry: from Past to F ast Future 17 1 17 1 17 17:30 17 PL14 Edward C. Slater 17:30 17 17:30 18 1 18 1 18 SEBBM02 18:30 18 Luis Federico Leloir 18:30 18 18:30 19 1 19 1 19 19:30 19 SEBBM Prizes 19:30 19 19:30 20 2 20 2 20 20:30 20:30 20:30 21 21 2 21 21:30 21:30 21 21:30 Congress Dinner 22 22 2 BE : Biochemical 22 Education 22:30 22:30 22 activities 22:30 17
  20. 20. PLENARY LECTURES Tuesday, September 4, 2012 17:30 – 17:45 PL00 Opening Lecture Auditorium The ERC - funding frontier research in times of austerity Helga Nowotny (Vienna, AT) 18:00 – 19:00 PL01 IUBMB Auditorium Chair: Carlos Gancedo (Madrid, ES). Laudator: Angelo Azzi (Boston, MA, US) Switches and latches: the control of entry into mitosis Tim Hunt (Hertfordshire, UK) 19:00 – 20:00 PL02 FEBS Auditorium Chair: Sergio Papa (Bari, IT). Laudator: Jaak Järv (Tallinn, EE) Towards a comprehensive description of the proteome by high resolution mass spectrometry Mathias Mann (Martinsried, DE) Wednesday, September 5, 2012 11:00 – 12:00 PL03 Osamu Hayaishi Auditorium Chair: Miguel G. Guerrero (Sevilla, ES). Laudator: Greg Petsko (Boston, MA, US) Discovery of nitric oxide and cyclic GMP in cell signaling and their role in drug development Ferid Murad (Washington, DC, US) 12:00 – 13:00 PL04 Theodor Bucher Auditorium Chair: Vito Turk (Ljubljana, SI). Laudator: Israel Pecht (Rehovot, IL) Fuzziness of globular and aggregating proteins in neurodegeneration: an NMR spectroscopic view Christian Griesinger (Göttingen, DE) 17:00 – 18:00 PL05 Chester Beatty Auditorium Chair: José M. Vega (Sevilla, ES). Laudator: Stahis Gonos (Athens, GR) Protein quality control by the unfolded protein response Kazutoshi Mori (Kyoto, JP) 18:00 – 19:00 PL06 Prakash S. Datta Auditorium Chair: José M. Mato (Bilbao, ES). Laudator: Adam Szewczyk (Warsaw, PL) Life: expectancies & origins Ada Yonath (Rehovot, IL) Thursday, September 6, 2012 11:00 – 12:00 PL07 IUBMB Life Auditorium Chair: Fernando Moreno (Oviedo, ES). Laudator: Iqbal Parker (Cape Town, ZA) Targeted therapy: the new lease on life for leukemia Sai-Juan Chen (Shanghai, CN) 12:00 – 12:30 PL08-1 FEBS Letters Award Auditorium Chair: Laszlo Fésüs (Debrecen, HU). Laudator: Felix Wieland (Heidelberg, DE) Oncogenic signaling pathway induced by myeloproliferative neoplasm-associated JAK2 V617F mutant Megumi Funakoshi-Tago (Tokyo, JP)18
  21. 21. PLENARY LECTURES12:30 – 13:00 PL08-2 FEBS Journal AwardAuditorium Chair: Laszlo Fésüs (Debrecen, HU). Laudator: Richard Perham (Cambridge, UK) Insulin receptor substrate 2 and FoxO3a signalling are involved in E-cadherin expression and transforming growth factor-1-induced repression in kidney epithelial cells Rosemarie M. Carew (Dublin, IE)17:00 – 18:00 PL09 EMBOAuditorium Chair: Margarita Salas (Madrid, ES). Laudator: Claudina Rodrigues-Pousada (Lisboa, PT) An expanding job description for the master transcriptional regulator Blimp1/Prdm1 during mammalian development Elizabeth Robertson (Oxford, UK)Friday, September 7, 201211:00 – 12:00 PL10 FEBS/EMBO Women in Science AwardAuditorium Chair: Lea Sistonen (Turku, FI). Laudator: Erich Nigg (Basel, CH) The dance of DNA: chromatin dynamics during DNA repair Susan M. Gasser (Basel, CH)12:00 – 13:00 PL11 Alberto Sols-Fundación BBVAAuditorium Chair: Federico Mayor-Menéndez (Madrid, ES). Laudator: Miguel A. De la Rosa (Sevilla, ES) Exploring the cancer and aging hallmarks: from genes to genomes Carlos López-Otín (Oviedo, ES)Saturday, September 8, 201211:00 – 12:00 PL12 Severo OchoaAuditorium Chair: Jacques-Henry Weil (Strasbourg, FR). Laudator: Willy Stalmans (Leuven, BE) Mechanisms of cellular proteostasis: insights from single molecule approaches Carlos Bustamante (Berkeley, CA, US)12:00 – 13:00 PL13 PABMB-Fundación Ramón ArecesAuditorium Chair: Jorge Babul (Santiago, CL). Laudator: Joan J. Guinovart (Barcelona, ES) TGF- signaling in stem cells and cancer Joan Massagué (New York, NY, US)17:00 – 18:00 PL14 Edward C. SlaterAuditorium Chair: Irene Díaz-Moreno (Sevilla, ES). Laudator: Michael Walsh (Calgary, CA) Intracellular protease machines, structures, mechanisms and drug development Robert Huber (Martinsried, DE)Sunday, September 9, 201210:30 – 11:30 BE PL15 Edward WoodAuditorium Chair: Miguel Castanho (Lisboa, PT). Laudator: Susan Hamilton (Brisbane, AU) Biology past and biology future: where have we been and where are we going? Bruce Alberts (San Francisco, CA, US)11:30 – 12:30 PL16 Sir Hans KrebsAuditorium Chair: Vicente Rubio (Valencia, ES). Laudator: Alan Fersht (Cambridge, UK) Decoding of mRNA and quality control by the ribosome Venki Ramakrishnan (Cambridge, UK) 19
  22. 22. CONGRESS DETAILED PROGRAM Tuesday, September 4, 2012 17:00 – 18:00 Opening Session Auditorium Angelo Azzi (Boston, MA, US) - IUBMB, President Israel Pecht (Rehovot, IL) - FEBS, General Secretary Miguel A. De la Rosa (Seville, ES) - IUBMB-FEBS-2012 Congress, Chair Helga Nowotny (Vienna, AT) - ERC, President FEBS General Secretary, Israel Pecht, will award FEBS Diplome dhonneur to Federico Mayor-Zaragoza IUBMB President, Angelo Azzi, will award the IUBMB Medal to Santiago Grisolía 18:00 – 19:00 PL01 IUBMB Auditorium Chair: Carlos Gancedo (Madrid, ES). Laudator: Angelo Azzi (Boston, MA, US) Switches and latches: the control of entry into mitosis Tim Hunt (Hertfordshire, UK) 19:00 – 20:00 PL02 FEBS Auditorium Chair: Sergio Papa (Bari, IT). Laudator: Jaak Järv (Tallinn, EE) Towards a comprehensive description of the proteome by high resolution mass spectrometry Mathias Mann (Martinsried, DE) 20:00 – 21:30 Reception FIBES Square Wednesday, September 5, 2012 08:30 – 10:25 S01 Single Molecules Auditorium 01.1 Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions Chairs: Jackie Wilce (Melbourne, AU) and Guillermo Montoya (Madrid, ES) 08:30 – 08:55 S01.1-1 Unusual modes of RNA recognitions by RNA recognition motifs Frederic Allain (Zürich, CH) 09:00 – 09:25 S01.1-2 RNA chaperones modulate RNA structural dynamics through energy transfer Renée Schroeder (Vienna, AT) 09:30 – 09:55 S01.1-3 Structural studies on ribonucleoprotein complexes Alfredo Torres-Larios (Mexico DF, MX) 10:00 – 10:25 S01.1-4 DNA lesion recognition and mismatch repair Wei Yang (Bethesda, MD, US) 08:30 – 10:25 S02 Trends in Biochemistry Room F 02.1 Genome Dynamics Chairs: Camilla Sjögren (Stockholm, SW) and Andrés Aguilera (Sevilla, ES) 08:30 – 08:55 S02.1-1 R-loops in recombination-mediated genome instability Andrés Aguilera (Seville, ES) 09:00 – 09:25 S02.1-2 Control over DNA replication in time and space Zoi Lygerou (Patras, GR)20
  23. 23. CONGRESS DETAILED PROGRAM09:30 – 09:55 S02.1-3 Genomic studies in African populations: approaches and applications Michele Ramsay (Johannesburg, ZA)10:00 – 10:25 S02.1-4 DNA topology and SMC complexes in chromosome structure and stability Camilla Sjögren (Stockholm, SE)08:30 – 10:25 S03 Beyond BiochemistryRoom B 03.1 Ageing Chairs: David Sinclair (Boston, MA, US) and Manuel Guzmán (Madrid, ES)08:30 – 08:55 S03.1-1 Telomerase gene therapy delays aging and increases longevity in adult and old mice Maria Blasco (Madrid, ES)09:00 – 09:25 S03.1-2 Proteasome activation as a novel anti-aging strategy Stathis Gonos (Athens, GR)09:30 – 09:55 S03.1-3 Molecular mechanisms underlying genotype-dependent responses to dietary restriction Matt Kaeberlein (Seattle, WA, US)10:00 – 10:25 S03.1-4 Activating conserved longevity pathways: from yeast to humans David Sinclair (Boston, MA, US)08:30 – 10:25 S04 Molecular Bases of DiseasesRoom A 04.1 Neurodegenerative and Organ Degenerative Diseases Chairs: Dario Alessi (Dundee, UK) and Arantxa Tabernero (Salamanca, ES)08:30 – 08:55 S04.1-1 Disruptions on the highways of cellular signaling Dario Alessi (Dundee, UK)09:00 – 09:25 S04.1-2 From aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase mutations to peripheral neuropathies - a flying perspective Albena Jordanova (Antwerp, BE)09:30 – 09:55 S04.1-3 The reactivation of the epithelial-mesenchymal transition in organ degeneration M. Angela Nieto (San Juan de Alicante, ES)10:00 – 10:25 S04.1-4 Clearance of misfolded proteins in systemic amyloidosis: experience with transthyretin Maria João Saraiva (Porto, PT)08:30 – 10:25 S05 Environmental BiochemistryRoom C 05.1 Oxidative Stress: Dealing with Oxygen Chairs: Alicia Juliana Kowaltowski (São Paulo, BR) and Marta Cascante (Barcelona, ES)08:30 – 08:55 S05.1-1 Protection of the photosynthetic apparatus against oxygen stress Eva-Mari Aro (Turku, FI)09:00 – 09:25 Portuguese-Brazilian Conference S05.1-2 Dietary interventions, mitochondria, oxidants and lifespan Alicia Kowaltowski (São Paulo, BR)09:30 – 09:55 S05.1-3 Oxidative stress, antioxidants and apoptosis: impact on cancer therapy Tomris Özben (Antalya, TR)10:00 – 10:25 S05.1-4 Control of adrenal steroidogenesis via H2O2-dependent, reversible inactivation of peroxiredoxin III in mitochondria Sue Goo Rhee (Seoul, KR)10:30 – 11:00 Break 21
  24. 24. CONGRESS DETAILED PROGRAM 11:00 – 12:00 PL03 Osamu Hayaishi Auditorium Chair: Miguel G. Guerrero (Sevilla, ES). Laudator: Greg Petsko (Boston, MA, US) Discovery of nitric oxide and cyclic GMP in cell signaling and their role in drug development Ferid Murad (Washington, DC, US) 12:00 – 13:00 PL04 Theodor Bucher Auditorium Chair: Vito Turk (Ljubljana, SI). Laudator: Israel Pecht (Rehovot, IL) Fuzziness of globular and aggregating proteins in neurodegeneration: an NMR spectroscopic view Christian Griesinger (Göttingen, DE) 13:00-13:30 Pause 13:15 – 15:30 R15 Perinatal Biochemistry Room G Chairs: Pilar Ramos (Madrid, ES) and Anna Gumà (Barcelona, ES) (lunch boxes will be available at Room G from 13:00 h exclusively for this session attendees) 13:15 – 13:45 P19-5 Mitochondrial metabolism and hormone action is regulated by proteins participating in mitochondrial dynamics Antonio Zorzano (Barcelona, ES) Selected Communications (15 min each) 13:45 – 14:05 P12-26 Increased fatty acid oxidation protects adipocytes from lipid-induced insulin resistance Laura Herrero (Barcelona, ES) 14:05 – 14:20 P12m-41 Lipoprotein lipase during postnatal development in the rat: activity and pI isoforms Pere Carulla (Barcelona, ES) 14:20 – 14:35 P19-3 Gestational diabetes and obesity: role of oxidative stress and inflammation M. Pilar Ramos Alvarez (Madrid, ES) 14:35 – 14:50 P19r-2 Monitoring pregnancy and prenatal disorders through NMR metabolic profiling of maternal blood plasma Joana Pinto (Aveiro, PT) 13:30-15:30 Poster Sessions Exhibitor Area P05 Biomembranes & Bioenergetics – P08 Free Radicals & Oxidative Stress – P11 Membrane Transporters – P14 Molecular Biotechnology – P15 Molecular Parasitology – P18 Nutritional Biochemistry – P20 Protein Structure & Function – P26 Transgenesis in Mammals 13:30-15:30 ESHGE Seminar: How can we assure the quality of genetic testing Room A (European Society of Human Genetics and Eurogentest) Overview of activities of the European Society of Human Genetics Milan Macek (Prague, CZ) Direct to consumer genetic testing Cecile Janssens (Rotterdam, NL) Accreditation in genetic testing Michael Morris (Geneva, CH) Next generation sequencing in clinical practice Gert Matthijs (Leuven, BE)22
  25. 25. CONGRESS DETAILED PROGRAM13:30-15:30 DFG Workshop: Steps towards a successful scientific careerRoom B (Research in Germany – German Research Foundation, DFG) A road to scientific independence Anne-Kathrin Classen (Munich, DE) Research and funding at German universities and non-university research institutions: a reviewer’s and grantee’s perspective Christian Griesinger (Göttingen, DE) Reasons for pursuing research in Germany: A US returnee‘s point of view Caroline Kisker (Würzburg, DE) Funding programmes supporting your research career Andreas Strecker (Bonn, DE)15:30 – 16:55 W01 Functional GenomicsAuditorium Chairs: Thomas Gingeras (Cold Spring Harbor, NY, US) and Francisco Cánovas (Málaga, ES)15:30 – 15:55 W01-1 Important lessons from complex genomes Thomas Gingeras (Cold Spring Harbor, NY, US)16:00 – 16:25 W01-2 Nitrogen regulatory networks controlling plant root growth Rodrigo Gutiérrez (Santiago, CL)16:30 – 16:55 W01-3 Genomics and the “Century of Biology” Huanming Yang (Beijing, CN)15:30 – 16:55 W04 Biochemistry in Medical Diagnosis and TherapyRoom A Chairs: Axel Ullrich (Martinsried, DE) and Elizabeth Pintado (Sevilla, ES)15:30 – 15:55 W04r-1 Developing new tools for cancer diagnostics and therapeutics: fluorescent peptide biosensors of cyclin-dependent kinases May C. Morris (Montpellier, FR)16:00 – 16:25 W04-2 Fragile X syndrome and FMR1 associated disorders Flora Tassone (Davis, CA, US)16:30 – 16:55 W04-3 From discovery to targeted drug development Axel Ullrich (Martinsried, DE)15:30 – 16:55 W07 AIDS: Perspectives and New TherapiesRoom F Chair: Joan Guinovart (Barcelona, ES) and Jacques-Henry Weil (Strasbourg, FR)15:30 – 16:10 W07-1 HIV-Host interactions: research challenges and future directions José Alcami (Madrid, ES)16:15 – 16:55 W07-2 From AIDS to HIV chronic infection: scientific advances, society mobilisation and public Health France Lert (Villejuif, FR)15:30 – 16:55 BE W10 Teaching Molecular Evolution: a Unifying Principle of BiochemistryRoom B Chairs: Keith Elliott (Manchester, UK) and Athel Cornish-Bowden (Marseille, FR)15:30 – 15:55 W10-1 Teaching on the emergence of biochemical functions Juli Peretó (Valencia, ES)16:00 – 16:25 W10-2 Evolving molecules, viroids and viruses - Theory, models and reality Peter Schuster (Vienna, AT)16:30 – 16:55 Discussion 23
  26. 26. CONGRESS DETAILED PROGRAM 16:00 – 17:30 ERC Seminar Room C (European Research Council) The European Research Council, a great funding opportunity Speaker: Dr. Nicolas Voilley, ERC 17:00 – 18:00 PL05 Chester Beatty Auditorium Chair: José M. Vega (Sevilla, ES). Laudator: Stahis Gonos (Athens, GR) Protein quality control by the unfolded protein response Kazutoshi Mori (Kyoto, JP) 18:00 – 19:00 PL06 Prakash S. Datta Auditorium Chair: José M. Mato (Bilbao, ES). Laudator: Adam Szewczyk (Warsaw, PL) Life: expectancies & origins Ada Yonath (Rehovot, IL) 19:00 – 21:30 Spanish-Mexican Symposium Room C Chairs: Montserrat Pagès (Barcelona, ES) and Alfredo Herrera Estrella (Guanajuato, MX) 19:00 – 19:30 SEBBM SHM-1 Betaglycan involvement in brain development Fernando López-Casillas (México DF, MX) 19:35 – 20:05 SEBBM SHM-2 Trichoderma sensing the environment for survival and dispersal Alfredo Herrera Estrella (Guanajuato, MX) 20:10 – 20:40 SEBBM SHM-3 Seasonal control of storage organ formation: new varieties tolerant to heat-stress Salomé Prat (Madrid, ES) 20:45 – 21:15 SEBBM SHM-4 Study of the pathogenesis of sirenomelia in a novel animal model Marian Ros (Santander, ES) 19:00 – 21:30 R02 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plants Room D Chair: Mariam Sahrawy Barragán (Granada, ES) 19:00 – 19:20 P03-28 Abiotic stress induced differential translation regulation in plants Emilio Yángüez López-Cano (Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid, ES) 19:20 – 19:40 P03-30 Ear nitrogen metabolism and maize yield Rafael A. Cañas (Málaga, ES) 19:40 – 20:00 P03-35 Redox control in the adaptation of plants to elevated light intensities Marika Lindahl (Seville, ES) 20:00 – 20:20 P03-7 Nitric oxide regulation of stem cell niche homeostasis through auxin crosstalk Luis Sanz (Villamayor, Salamanca, ES) Selected Communications (10 min each) 20:20 – 20:30 P03r-8 Different approaches for the isolation of efficient promoters to direct the expression of transgenes in microalgae M. de la Vega Naranjo (Huelva, ES)24
  27. 27. CONGRESS DETAILED PROGRAM20:30 – 20:40 P03-21 Sulfide prevents early senescence and autophagy induction caused by DES1 deletion in Arabidopsis thaliana Cecilia Gotor (Sevilla, ES)20:40 – 20:50 P03-33 Operon flv4-flv2 provides cyanobacteria with a novel photoprotection mechanism Luca Bersanini (Turku, FI)19:00 – 21:30 R03 Biomembranes and BioenergeticsRoom E Chairs: Ana M. Mata (Badajoz, ES) and Antonio Ferrer (Alicante, ES)19:00 – 19:20 P05-37 Setting up a benchmark for the characterization of TRP channels Alex Perálvarez-Marín (Cerdanyola del Vallés, ES)19:20 – 19:40 P05-17 Lessons from reductionism on a membrane-active protein: Minimal pore-forming versions of Bax Jesús Salgado (Paterna, ES) Selected Communications (10 min each)19:40 – 19:50 P05-28 Sterols modulate vacuolar proton transport and autophagy in yeast Agustin Hernandez (Sevilla, ES)19:50 – 20:00 P05-15 The role of SCaMC-3, the mitochondrial transporter of ATP-Mg/Pi expressed in liver and brain, in regulating OXPHOS Ignacio Amigo (Madrid, ES)20:00 – 20:10 P05-7 The PI(4,5)P2-binding site in C2 domains: a conserved motif with subtle variations that modulate their membrane interactions Senena Corbalán (Murcia, ES)20:10 – 20:20 P05-11 Effect of cholesterol and palmitoylation on the structure, orientation and lipid-protein interactions of pulmonary surfactant protein SP-C Nuria Roldán López (Madrid, ES)20:20 – 20:30 P05-9 Mitochondrial porin: a new subunit of the TIM22 protein translocase Jorge L. Bermejo Vázquez (Cáceres, ES)20:30 – 20:40 P05-31 Tethering of lipid membranes reorganizes the distribution of lipid domains Fábio Fernandes (Lisbon, PT)20:40 – 20:50 P05r-39 Cytochrome c1- cytochrome c: an atypical transient complex Katiuska González-Arzola (Seville, ES)19:00 – 21:30 R06 Free RadicalsRoom F Chair: Consuelo Borrás Blasco (Valencia, ES)19:00 – 19:30 P08-91 Lipid peroxidizability as a potential trade-off of increased tissular docosahexaenoic acid concentrations in neurodegenerative processes Manuel Portero-Otin (Lleida, ES)19:30 – 20:00 P08-40 Why fatty liver does not respond to isquemic preconditioning? Maria Monsalve (Madrid, ES)20:00 – 20:30 P08-67 Gender differences in the fetal to neonatal transition: clinical and experimental data Javier Escobar (Valencia, ES) 25
  28. 28. CONGRESS DETAILED PROGRAM 20:30 – 21:00 P08-81 Recycling of dysfunctional mitochondria in coenzyme Q deficiency A. Rodríguez-Hernández (Sevilla, ES) Selected Communications (15 min each) 21:00 – 21:15 P08-32 Study of the involvement of DJ-1 in autophagy. Importance of the Nrf2/Keap1 axis E. Pizarro-Estrella (Cáceres, ES) 21:15 – 21:30 P08-30 Mutational and selective forces cooperate to shape sulphur-containing amino acids content in mammalian mtDNA-encoded proteins Juan Carlos Aledo (Málaga, ES) 19:00 – 21:30 R07 Membrane Transporters Room G Chairs: Olga Martínez Augustín (Granada, ES) and Miquel Moretó (Barcelona, ES) 19:00 – 19:30 P11-26 Implications of altered glucose transport observed in glucose transporter deficiency disease (GLUT1DS) on transport models Richard Naftalin (London, UK) 19:30 – 20:00 P11-28 Towards the atomic structure of heteromeric amino acid transporters Manuel Palacin Prieto (Barcelona, ES) Selected Communications (10 min each) 20:00 – 20:10 P11r-4 Overexpression or lack of AQP1 in the cell membrane modify cell proliferation associated to hypoxia Ana Galán Cobo (Sevilla, ES) 20:10 – 20:20 P11r-17 Biogenesis and assembly of EmrE, a dual topology membrane protein Pilar Lloris Garcerá (Stockholm, SE) 20:20 – 20:30 P11r-19 Effect of acetaminophen treatment on the role of export pumps ABCB1, ABCC1-4 and ABCG2 in the placental barrier Ester González-Sánchez (Salamanca, ES) 19:00 – 21:30 R09 Molecular Bases of Pathology Room A Chairs: Paloma Martín Sanz (Madrid, ES) and Ángela Martínez Valverde (Madrid, ES) 19:00 – 19:30 P13-114 Cardiotrophin 1 is a new molecular player in the mechanisms that control energy balance Matilde Bustos de Abajo (Pamplona, ES) 19:30 – 20:00 P13-9 Cell death induced by inhibition of glucose metabolism: role of Bcl-2 proteins and autophagy Cristina Muñoz-Pinedo (Hospitalet de Llobregat, ES) Selected Communications (10 min each) 20:00 – 20:10 P13-116 A novel role for BMP9 as a protumorigenic factor in liver Blanca Herrera (Madrid, ES) 20:10 – 20:20 P13r-20 Differentially expressed proteins and phosphoproteins of the pancreas during the early phase of cerulein-induced acute pancreatitis. A 2-DE analysis Violeta García-Hernández (Salamanca, ES) 20:20 – 20:30 P13-63 Mouse resistin modulates adipogenesis and glucose uptake in 3T3-L1 preadipocytes through the ROR1 receptor Victoriano Baladrón (Albacete, ES) 20:30 – 20:40 P13r-104 A novel inducible model for the study of PTEN-induced carcinogenesis Cristina Mirantes Barbeito (Lleida, ES)26
  29. 29. CONGRESS DETAILED PROGRAM19:00 – 21:30 R10 Molecular BiotechnologyRoom B Chair: Jesús M. Sanz (Elche, ES)19:00 – 19:30 P14m-10 Biosynthesis of RNA polymerase inhibitor streptolydigin, pathway regulation and generation of novel derivatives Carlos Olano (Oviedo, ES)19:30 – 20:00 P14-39 Exploring the cellulase diversity in Penicillium sp for 2nd generation bioethanol production Laura Isabel de Eugenio (Madrid, ES) Selected Communications (12 min each)20:00 – 20:12 P 14-14 Transcriptome analysis shows activation of the arginine deiminase pathway in Lactococcus lactis as a short-term adaptation to ethanol stress Fernanda Ruiz-Larrea (Logroño, ES)20:12 – 20:24 P14-15 Clues on protein amyloidosis from RepA-WH1, a synthetic bacterial prionoid María Moreno-del Álamo (Madrid, ES)20:24 – 20:36 P14-1 Self-bioremediation of cork-proccessing wastewaters by chloro-phenol degrading bacteria immobilised onto residual cork particles Eloísa Pajuelo (Sevilla, ES)20:36 – 20:48 P14-24 Initial steps in deoxycholate and other bile salts catabolism in Pseudomonas sp. DOC21 Álvaro Barrientos (León, ES)20:48 – 21:00 P14-35 Production and evaluation of polyclonal antibodies against alpha toxin oligomer from Clostridium septicum Lorena Vázquez-Iglesias (Vigo, ES)19:00 – 21:30 R14 Nutritional BiochemistryRoom H Chair: Catalina Picó (Palma de Mallorca, ES)19:00 – 19:25 P18-15 Epigenetic effects of diet: microRNAs and dietary flavonoids Cinta Bladé (Tarragona, ES)19:25 – 19:50 P18-26 Metabolic programming of obesity Andreu Palou (Palma de Mallorca, ES)19:50 – 20:15 P17m-19 Problems in the study of the nitrogen metabolism in the metabolic syndrome Sofía Arriarán (Barcelona, ES) Selected Communications (10 min each)20:15 – 20:25 P18-1 Further study of genes involved in mouse steatotic liver identified by DNA microarray Natalia Guillén Monzón (Zaragoza, ES)20:25 – 20:35 P18-10 Effect of proinflammatory cytokine TNF- on Caveolin-1 gene methylation during adipocyte differentiation. Relation to insulin signaling Sara Palacios (Pamplona, ES)20:35 – 20:45 P18r-23 Different health outcomes of prenatal and postnatal nutritional conditions affecting obesity susceptibility may be related with different programming effects on similar metabolic targets Juana Sánchez (Palma de Mallorca, ES)20:45 – 20:55 P18-24 Protective effects of melanoidins derived from dried apricots on oxidative damage and mitochondrial-dependent endothelial cell death Gianfranco Pintus (Sassari, IT) 27

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