Second Messengers and Phosphoproteins Conference

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Tuesday, 18 July, 2000


Australia will host the 11th International Conference on Second Messengers and Phosphoproteins at the Melbourne Convention Centre, 22-26 April 2001. This conference is a leading international gathering for Signal Transduction Research.

Signal transduction research extends into many areas of biotechnology and biomedical research relevant to understanding all physiological processes. Research in this area involves a great diversity of technologies including molecular biology, structural biology (NMR, X-ray crystallography, electron microscopy, CD), biochemistry, protein chemistry (sequencing, mass spectrometry), proteomics, light and fluorescence microscopy, histochemistry, confocal microscopy and optical imaging and magnetic resonance imaging. It will also include separation sciences (all forms of chromatography), genome sequencing, ESTs, protein expression and mutagenesis.

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