2004 proceedings

Proceedings of the 2004 Miami Nature Biotechnology Winter Symposium
Volume 15

THE CELL CYCLE, CHROMOSOMES AND CANCER
Miami, Florida, USA

G2 AND MITOTIC EXIT

  • REGULATION OF CHROMOSOME SEGREGATION IN MITOSIS AND MEIOSIS
    Angelika Amon
  • CYCLIN B1 AS A TUMOR ANTIGEN AND A CANCER VACCINE
    Olivera J. Finn
  • CYTOPLASMIC GRADIENTS OF CYTOSKELETON REGULATORS AND SUB-CELLULAR MORPHOGENESIS
    Eric Karsenti

TARGETING REPLICATION AND DNA DAMAGE

  •  DNA REPLICATION CONTROL AND GENOME STABILITY
    John F.X. Diffley
  • DNA REPLICATION CHECKPOINTS IN FISSION YEAST
    Gennaro D’Urso
  • LETHALITY TO HUMAN CANCER CELLS BY TARGETING THE MITOTIC CHECKPOINT
    Geert J.P.L. Kops
  • FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE BRCA1 GENE PRODUCT
    David M. Livingston
  • DNA DAMAGE CHECKPOINTS AND THE ROLE OF PHOSPHORYLATION, PROTEOLYSIS AND INTRA-NUCLEAR PROTEIN DYNAMICS IN  THEIR REGULATION
    Jiri Lukas

G1/S REGULATION AND CANCER

  • NUTRITION, GROWTH, AND CELL CYCLE CONTROL IN DROSOPHILA
    Bruce A. Edgar
  • CELL CYCLE AND CANCER: REASSESING THE ROLE OF CYCLIN DEPENDENT KINASES
    Mariano Barbacid
  • A SWITCH BETWEEN ERK AND RAC SIGNALING REGULATES CYCLIN D1 EXPRESSION AND G1 PHASE PROGRESSION OF QUIESCENT
  • AND CYCLING CELLS
    Jessie Villanueva
  • TARGETING CYCLIN-CDK COMPLEXES
    Steve R. Coats
  • Cdc25 PHOSPHATASES AND CHECKPOINT CONTROLS
    Giulio Draetta

G1/S REGULATION AND CANCER (Continued)

  • MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF TRANSCRIPTIONAL SPECIFICITY IN CELL CYCLE AND ONCOGENIC PATHWAYS
    Joseph Nevins
  • REGULATION OF THE CELL CYCLE BY SCF UBIQUITIN LLIGASES
    Michele Pagano
  • REGULATION OF CYCLIN E BY UBIQUITIN-MEDIATED PROTEOLYSIS: IMPLICATIONS IN CARCINOGENESIS
    Steven I. Reed
  •  P27 ENTERS THE CLINICAL ARENA AS A PROGNOSTIC FACTOR FOR NODE NEGATIVE BREAST CANCER
    Joyce M. Slingerland
  • A SWITCH-LIKE EVENT IN THE DECISION TO DIVIDE
    Mike Tyers

Lifetime Achievement Award
MACLYN McCARTY

SENESCENCE

  • CELLULAR AND CHROMOSOMAL CONSEQUENCES OF TELOMERE DYSFUNCTION
    Carol W. Greider
  • TELOMERES IN THE INITIATION AND PROGRESSION OF EPITHELIAL CANCER AND IN THE MAINTENANCE OF STEM CELL
  • HOMEOSTASIS
    Ronald A. DePinho
  • THE ROLES OF RAD51D IN MAINTAINING CHROMOSOME AND TELOMERE STABILITY
    Phillip G. Smiraldo
  • MAKING THE MOST OF A LITTLE: LIMITING TELOMERASE IN TELOMERE LENGTH MAINTENANCE
    Lea Harrington
  • TELOMERASE AND THE MECHANISM OF CHROMOSOME END MAINTENANCE
    Joachim Lingner

The Distinguished Service Award
ZINC FINGER PROTEINS FOR THE REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION
AARON KLUG

TARGETING TRANSCRIPTION

  • CHEMICAL REGULATION OF GENE EXPRESSION
    Joel M. Gottesfeld
  • THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PROGRESSION OF γ-H2AX IN UNIRRADIATED MAMMALIAN CELLS
    Kirk J. McManus
  • TRANSCRIPTION, TRANSLATION AND TUMORIGENESIS
    Jacqueline A. Lees
  • ABERRANT TRANSCRIPTIONAL CONTROL IN CANCER PATHOGENESIS
    Pier Paolo Pandolfi

The Special Achievement Award
BEYOND THE DOUBLE HELIX: WRITING AND READING THE  “HISTONE CODE”
C. DAVID ALLIS

CHROMATIN REMODELING AND EPIGENETICS

POSTERS

G2 AND MITOTIC EXIT

  • S1        CDC25B PHOSPHATASE IS A CENTROSOMAL SUBSTRATE OF THE AURORA A PROTEIN KINASE
    S. Dutertre, M. Cazales, M. Quaranta, C. Froment, V. Trabut, C. Dozier, B. Monsarrat, C. Prigent and B. Ducommun
  • S2        CHROMOSOME INSTABILITY IN COLORECTAL TUMOR CELLS IS ASSOCIATED WITH DEFECTS IN MICROTUBULE PLUS-END ATTACHMENTS CAUSED BY A DOMINANT MUTATION IN APC
    R.A. Green and K.B. Kaplan
  • S3        NON-CDK PHOSPHORYLATION OF THE APC ACTIVATOR CDH1
    Mark C. Hall, E. Warren and C.H. Borchers
  • S4        NEK2 KINASE EXHIBITS DYNAMIC RECRUITMENT TO THE CENTROSOME IN A PROCESS THAT IS DEPENDENT UPON PCM-1 BUT NOT MICROTUBULES
    R.S. Hames, R.E. Crookes, A.J. Faragher, A. Merdes, K.R. Straatman and A.M. Fry
  • S5        ABERRANT PROTEIN EXPRESSION OF Nek2 KINASE IN HUMAN TUMOURS
    D.G. Hayward, R.C.Clarke, I.M. Hagan and A.M. Fry
  • S6        POLO-LIKE KINASE-1 RECRUITS SPINDLE CHECKPOINT PROTEINS TO CENTROMERES AND CREATES THE TENSION-SENSING 3F3/2 PHOSPHOEPITOPE ON MITOTIC KINETOCHORES AND APC/C
    M.J. Kallio, L.J. Ahonen, J.R. Daum, M. Bolton, P.T. Stukenberg and G.J. Gorbsky
  • S7        LETHALITY TO HUMAN CANCER CELLS BY TARGETING THE MITOTIC CHECKPOINT
    G.J.P.L. Kops, D.R. Foltz and D.W. Cleveland
  • S8        SV40 LARGE T ANTIGEN INTERACTS WITH THE MITOTIC CHECKPOINT PROTEIN BUB1
    R. Lock, M. Cotsiki, O. Gjoerup, A. Entwistle, T. Roberts, E. Golemis, and P. Jat
  • S9        ARSENITE STIMULATES APOPTOSIS IN MYELOID LEUKEMIA CELLS DURING G2/M PHASE
    G. McCollum and M.J. McCabe, Jr.
  • S10      RESTRICTING CYCLIN DEGRADATION TO MITOTIC STAGES AND G1 IN DROSOPHILA
    N. Zielke and F. Sprenger
  • S11      VARYING CYCLIN D1 LEVELS THROUGH THE CELL CYCLE REGULATE CONTINUING CELL CYCLE PROGRESSION
    D.W. Stacey
  • S12      PHOSPHOREGULATION OF MND2, A CORE SUBUNIT OF THE ANAPHASE-PROMOTING COMPLEX
    M.P. Torres and C. Borchers
  • S13      ROLE OF THE FISSION YEAST SPINDLE POLE BODY PROTEINS IN REGULATING MITOSIS AND CYTOKINASESIS
    S. Venkatram and K.L. Gould
  • S14      PHOSPHATASE 2A REGULATES MITOTIC EXIT IN BUDDING YEAST
    Y. Wang and Y. Ng
  • S15      EXPRESSION OF A PROTEASOME REGULATORY SUBUNIT SENSITIZES HELA CELLS TO CELL DEATH BY TREATMENT WITH SPINDLE POISONS AND THE PROTEASOME INHIBITOR MG132
    H.Y. Yamada and G.J. Gorbsky
  • S16      INHIBITION OF A MITOTIC MOTOR PROTEIN – WHERE, HOW, AND CONFORMATIONAL CONSEQUENCES
    Y. Yan, V. Sardana, B. Xu, C. Homnick, W. Halczenkok, C.A. Buser, G.D. Hartman, H.E. Huber and L.C. Kuo

TARGETING REPLICATION AND DNA DAMAGE

  • S17      ATR KINASE ACTIVITY REGULATES THE INTRANUCLEAR TRANSLOCATION OF ATR AND RPA FOLLOWING IONIZING RADIATION
    S.M. Barr, C.G. Leung, E.E. Chang and K.A. Cimprich
  • S18      CYCLIN A1 / Cdk2 TRIGGERS APOPTOSIS IN EARLY XENOPUS LAEVIS EMBRYOS
    A.D. Carter, S. Willis and J.C. Sible
  • S20      CRITICAL ROLE OF THE RING FINGER DOMAIN OF NP95, A NUCLEAR RING FINGER PROTEIN, IN TUMOR CELL GROWTH
    Y. Jenkins, V. Markovtsov, B. Huang, W. Lang, M. Janicot, J. Vialard, J. Arts, T. Grand-Perret, D. Payan and Y. Hitoshi
  • S21      INTEGRATED ACCESS TO MOUSE CANCER IMAGING DATA: THE MOUSE TUMOR BIOLOGY (MTB) DATABASE
    D.M. Krupke, C.J. Bult, M.J. Vincent, I. Mikaelian, J.P. Sundberg and J.T. Eppig
  • S22      PHYSICAL AND FUNCTIONAL CROSSTALK BETWEEN NUCLEOTIDE EXCISION REPAIR AND DNA DAMAGE CHECKPOINT
    M. Muzi-Falconi, M. Giannattasio, F. Lazzaro, M.P. Longhese and P. Plevani
  • S24      A SCREEN FOR SMALL MOLECULE SUPPRESSORS OF A ZEBRAFISH CELL CYCLE MUTANT
    H.M. Stern, R.D.Murphey, J.L. Shepard, J.F. Amatruda, C. Straub, J. Tallarico, R. King and L.I. Zon
  • S25      A FUNCTIONAL GENOMIC APPROACH TO IDENTIFY GENES THAT MODULATE DOXORUBICIN CYTOTOXICITY IN YEAST
    T.J. Westmoreland, J.R. Marks, J.A. Olson, Jr., K.L. Blackwell, S.A. Snyder and C.B. Bennett
  • S26      ON THE ROLE OF PROOFREADING EXONUCLEASE IN BYPASS OF A BULKY 1,2 (GPG) CISPLATIN ADDUCT BY THE HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS-1 DNA POLYMERASE
    M.E. Arana, L. Song, N.T. LeGac, D.S. Parris, G. Villani and P.E. Boehmer
  • S27      REPAIR OF DOUBLE STRAND DNA BREAKS BY RECOMBINATION- DEPENDENT DNA SYNTHESIS IN HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS TYPE-1
    A.V. Nimonkar and P.E. Boehmer
  • S28      DNA POLYMERASE EPSILON DPB3 IS ESSENTIAL FOR CELL VIABILITY IN FISSION YEAST
    M. Spiga and G. D’Urso
  • S29      HUMAN ANDROGEN RECEPTOR ASSOCIATED HERIDITARY PROSTATE CANCER FACTOR AND ITS FUNCTION
    M.V. Govindan, H. Chao and N. Warriar 
  • S30      HUMAN ANDROGEN RECEPTOR ASSOCIATED PROSTATE CANCER STABLIZING FACTOR (PCSF)
    N. Warriar, H. Chao and M.V. Govindan
  • S31      SMALL MOLECULE INHIBITORS OF SCAFFOLDED MAPK MODULES
    A. Breitkreutz and M. Tyers 
  • S32      XENOPUS HSL7 REGULATES ENTRY INTO MITOSIS IN A WEE1 DEPENDENT MANNER
    A. Yamada, B. Duffy and S. Kornbluth 
  • S33      REQUIREMENT OF P21 FOR DAXX-MEDIATED G1 CELL CYCLE ARREST
    L.Y. Zhao, G.S. Sidhu and D. Liao 
  • S34      CYCLIN B1 MEDIATED G2/M DNA DAMAGE CHECKPOINT IS AFFECTED IN 5FU RESISTANT COLORECTAL CANCER HT29 CELLS
    R.S. Pochi, M. Sarkar, G. Nelson, E. Benitez and B. Ardalan 
  • S35      BRCA1/BRCA2 MISSENSE MUTATIONS IN AFRICAN-AMERICAN BREAST CANCER PATIENTS
    L. Baumbach, L. Gayoll, A. Monteiro, M.E. Ahearn, T. Donenberg, A. Gherghina and J.F. Arena

G1/S REGULATION AND CANCER

  • M1       EXPRESSION OF G1-S MODULATORS IN ORAL CANCER AND CORRELATION WITH TUMOR PROGRESSION
    S. Arora, N. Chakravarti, M. Mathur, N.K. Shukla and R. Ralhan
  • M2       CDK2 KNOCKOUT MICE ARE VIABLE
    C. Berthet, E. Aleem, V. Coppola, L. Tessarollo and P. Kaldis
  • M3       THE YIN YANG-1 (YY1) PROTEIN UNDERGOES A DNA- REPLICATION-ASSOCIATED SWITCH IN LOCALIZATION FROM THE CYTOPLASM TO THE NUCLEUS AT THE ONSET OF S PHASE
    M.J. Beyrouthy, H.W. Bass, L. Palko and M.M. Hurt
  • M4       G1 CYCLINS FUNCTION THROUGH CELL SIZE TO MODULATE MEIOSIS IN SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE
    A.R. Day, J. Markwardt, K. Purnapatre, S. Honigberg and B.L. Schneider
  • M5       CELL CYCLE, APOPTOSIS AND P53-DEPENDENT GENES EXPRESSION AFTER ?-IRRADIATION ARE CORRELATED TO THE P53 STATUS IN FIVE HUMAN HEAD AND NECK SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA CELL LINES
    A.F. Dekairelle, J.F. Rosier, V. Gregoire and J.L. Gala
  • M6       PHOSPHORYLATION OF HUMAN PAPILLOMA VIRUS E1 HELICASE BY CYCLIN /CDK REGULATES ITS NUCLEAR LOCALIZATION AND VIRUS DNA REPLICATION
    W. Deng, B-Y. Lin, G. Jin, J-H. Yu, C. Wheeler, T. Ma, J.W. Harper, T.R. Broker and L.T. Chow
  • M7       THE CELL CYCLE OF THE MALARIA PARASITE PLASMODIIUM FALCIPARUM: STRANGE WAYS OF A DISTANT RELATIVE
    C. Doerig, D. Chakrabarti and Laurent Meijer
  • M8       THERMODYNAMICALLY BALANCED INSIDE-OUT (TBIO) PCR-BASED GENE SYNTHESIS: A NOVEL METHOD OF PRIMER DESIGN FOR HIGH- FIDELITY ASSEMBLY OF LONGER GENE SEQUENCES
    X. Gao, P. Yo, A. Keith, T.J. Ragan and T.K. Harris
  • M9       THE POLO-LIKE KINASE PLK2 IS REQUIRED FOR CENTROSOME DUPLICATION IN MAMMALIAN CELLS
    I. Hoffmann, S. Warnke, R. Hames, S. Kemmler, U.W. Hoffmann-Rohrer and A. Fry
  • M10     HA AND Haase IN BLADDER CANCER: DIAGNOSTIC MARKERS WITH FUNCTION
    T. Isoyama, S. Hautmann, G. Schroeder, D. Thwaites, M. Selzer and Vinata Lokeshwar
  • M11     G1 ARREST FOLLOWS LOSS OF CYTOKINE SIGNALING THROUGH DEGRADATION OF Cdc25A, MEDIATED BY p38 MAP KINASE
    A.R. Khaled, A. Grenier, M. Alvarez, D.V. Bulavin, W.Q. Li, K. Kim, A.J. Fornace and S.K. Durum
  • M12     POOR COMPETITION HYPOTHESIS: UNDERSTANDING THE MECHANISM LEADING TO INCREASED CANCER PREDISPOSITION ON THE BACKGROUND OF IMPAIRED CELL CYCLE PROGRESSION
    A. Marusyk, G. Bilousova and J. DeGregori
  • M13     P53 AND RAS GENE MUTATIONS IN PATIENTS WITH NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CARCINOMAS IN SERBIA
    V. Minic, G. Andjelic, V. Stanic and Z. Magic
  • M14     PURINERGIC SIGNALING AND CELL CYCLE REGULATION IN ASTROCYTES
    J.T. Neary and Y. Kang
  • M15     EPHRIN-B3 CONTROLS PROLIFERATION IN THE ADULT SUBVENTRICULAR ZONE
    J. Ricard, J.A. Salinas and D.J. Liebl
  • M16     REGULATION OF THE CELL CYCLE BY THE MEN1 TUMOR SUPPRESSOR GENE
    K.R. Smith and D.S. Franklin
  • M17     ROLE OF THE SCF COMPLEX IN CERVICAL CANCER
    D. Subramanyam and S. Krishna
  • M18     ENDOGENOUSLY ACTIVATED TESTS ISOFORM OF CYTOCHROME C SUPPORTS RESPIRATION AND APOPTOSIS IN MOUSE EMBRYONIC FIBROBLASTS
    U.D. Vempati and C.T. Moraes
  • M19     A SWITCH BETWEEN ERK AND RAC SIGNALING REGULATES CYCLIN D1 EXPRESSION AND G1 PHASE PROGRESSION OF QUIESCENT AND CYCLING CELLS
    J. Villanueva, K. Roovers and R.K. Assoian
  • M20     1,25-(OH)2 VITAMIN D3-MEDIATED CELL CYCLE INHIBITION IN PROSTATE CANCER CELLS INVOLVES DECREASED P27KIP1 DEGRADATION AND DECREASED NUCLEAR LOCALIZATION OF CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE 2
    E.S. Yang, Z. Wang and K.L. Burnstein

SENESCENCE

  • M21     TELOMERASE ACTIVITY MEASUREMENT IN MAGNETICALLY- CAPTURED EPITHELIAL CELLS: COMPARISON OF SLAB-GEL AND CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS
    D.H. Atha, J.L. Hess, J.-F. Xu and W.E. Highsmith, Jr.
  • M22     DNA CONTRIBUTIONS TO TELOMERE ASSEMBLY
    A. Baker, G. Yanez, A. Locovei, S. Khan, I. Pedroso and T. Fletcher
  • M23     FOXM1B TRANSCRIPTIONI FACTOR IS ESSENTIAL FOR DEVELOPMENT OF HEPATOCELLULAR CARCINOMAS AND IS NEGATIVELY REGULATED BY THE P19ARF TUMOR SUPPRESSOR
    V.V. Kalinichenko, M.L. Major, X. Wang, J. Kuechle, H.M. Yoder, M.B. Dennewitz, B. Shin, A. Datta, P. Raychaudhuri and R.H. Costa
  • M24     EX-VIVO PROLIFERATION, SELF-RENEAL AND DIFFERENTIATION OF UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD STEM CELLS IN A CELL FOAM 3-D MATRIX WITH FOUR DIFFERENT TYPES OF CULTURE CONDITIONS
    J.A. DeLeon-Luis and J. Santolaya-Forgas
  • M25     ADENOVIRUS-MEDIATED EXPRESSION OF ERYTHROPOIETIN PROTECTS HUMAN PANCREATIC ISLETS FROM APOPTOSIS
    E.S. Fenjves, M.S. Ochoa, C. Gay-Rabinstein, R.D. Molano, A. Pileggi, A.J. Mendez and L. Inverardi
  • M26     THE PROTEOME OF THE ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM: FOCUS ON SIGNALING PROTEINS
    J. Paiement, L. Roy, C. Abi-Farah, M. Piche, A. Gilchrist, H.P.J. Bennett, J. Hu, A. Srivastava, D. Boismenu, R. Kearney, N. Leclerc, J. Presley and J.J.M. Bergeron
  • M27     TGF-ß SIGNAL PATHWAY ACTIVATION REGULATES RESTORATION OF QUIESCENCE IN THE REGENERATING LIVER AND OF THE LIVER MASS:BODY WEIGHT RATIO AFTER PARTIAL HEPATECTOMY
    J. Romero-Gallo, A. Chytil, W. Russell, S. Gautam, M. Magnuson, H. Moses and W.M. Grady
  • M28     COMBINED EVALUATION OF EXPRESSION OF TELOMERASE, SURVIVIN AND ANTI-APOPTOTIC BCL-2 FAMILY MEMBERS IN RELATION TO LOSS OF DIFFERENTIATION AND APOPTOSIS IN HUMAN HEAD AND NECK CANCERS
    H. Sharma, S. Sen, A. Singh, M. Mathur, S. Bahadur and N. Singh
  • M29     THE ROLE OF RAD51D IN MAINTAINING CHROMOSOME AND TELOMERE STABILITY
    P.G. Smiraldo, A.M. Gruver, J.C. Osborn, M. Tarsounas, A. Claas, S.C. West, K.A. Miller, J.S. Albala, P. Munoz, M.A. Blasco and D.L. Pittman
  • M30     THE PIF1p DNA HELICASE IN S. CEREEVISIAE
    L.R. Vega, J.Q. Zhou and V.A. Zakian
  • M31     GENETIC ANALYSIS OF THE MITOTIC EXIT NETWORK REVEALS 30 MNI GENES
    L. Boucher and M. Tyers 
  • M32     XNF7 IS AN E3 UBIQUITIN LIGASE THAT REGULATES MITOTIC EXIT
    J.B. Casaletto, J.D. Moore and S. Kornbluth 
  • M33     MUTATION OF HCDC4 LEADS TO CELL CYCLE DEREGULATION OF CYCLIN E IN CANCER
    S. Ekholm Reed, C.H. Spruck, O. Sangfelt, F. van Drogen, E. Mueller-Holzner, M. Widschwendter, A. Zetterberg and S.I. Reed 
  • M34     CROSSTALK BETWEEN RIBOSOME BIOGENESIS AND THE CELL CYCLE. INVOLVEMENT OF THE E2F PATHWAY
    A. Di Cara, S. Fumagalli, S. Volarevic and G. Thomas 
  • M35     REDUCTION OF HOMOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION PARTIALLY RESCUES TUMORIGENESIS AND T-CELL
  • MATURATION IN ATM-DEFICIENT MICE
    K. Treuner, R. Helton, M.J. McConnell, J. Chun and C. Barlow

TARGETING TRANSCRIPTION

  • T1        EFFECTS OF DOMINANT NEGATIVE RAS-SPECIFIC GUANINE NUCLEOTIDE EXCHANGE FACTORS ON THE CELL CYCLE REGULATORY NETWORK OF TRANSFORMED FIBROBLASTS
    L. Alberghina, F. Chiaradonna, R. Manzoni, E. Sacco, C. Magnani, S. Fantinato
  • T2        NOVEL GENOME-SCALE CORRELATION BETWEEN DNA REPLICATION AND RNA TRANSCRIPTION DURING THE CELL CYCLE IN YEAST IS PREDICTED BY DATA-DRIVEN MODELS
    O. Alter, G.H. Golub, P.O. Brown and D. Botstein
  • T3        COMPARISON OF OLIGONUCLEOTID MICROARRAY ANALYSIS SOFTWARE
    W.G. Campbell
  • T4        COX-2 SUPPRESSION IN PROSTATE CANCER CAUSES G1 ARREST, INHIBITION OF INVASION, TUMOR GROWTH AND ENHANCES CHEMOTHERAPY RESONSE
    D.S. Dandekar and B.L. Lokeshwar
  • T5        IDENTIFICATION OF AN ALTERNATE MOUSE p21 (WAF1/CIP1) PROMOTER THAT IS HIGHLY INDUCIBLE BY p53
    A.L. Gartel, S.K. Radhakrishnan, Y.H. Kwon, M.S. Serfas and A.L. Tyner
  • T6        TANDEM BRCT DOMAINS ARE PHOSPHOSERINE/THREONINE-BINDING MODULES THAT MEDIATE THE DNA DAMAGE RESPONSE
    I.A. Manke, D.M. Lowery, A. Nguyen and M.B. Yaffe
  • T7        VAV3, A RHO GEF, SERVES AS AN ANDROGEN RECEPTOR COACTIVATOR IN PROSTATE CANCER PROGRESSION
    L. Lyons and K.L. Burnstein
  • T8        EXPRESSION FOXA TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR PROTEINS IN THE TRANSGENIC LADY MOUSE PROSTATE CANCER MODEL
    J. Mirosevich, N. Gao and R.J. Matusik
  • T9        THE PHOSPHORYLATION C-FOS BY ERK MEDIATES AP-1 ACTIVATION AND CELLULAR TRANSFORMATION BY PDGF
    P. Monje, M.J. Marinissen and J.S. Gutkind
  • T10      A NOVEL RING-FINGER-LIKE PROTEIN INI1 IS ESSENTIAL FOR CELL CYCLE PROGRESSION IN FISSION YEAST
    E. Oltra, F. Verde, R. Werner and G. D’Urso
  • T11      EXPRESSION OF IL-8 IN AN ANDROGEN-SENSITIVE PROSTATE CANCER CELL LINE (LNCAP) ENHANCES INVASION AND RESISTANCE TO ANTIANDROGENS
    Y. Omori and B.L. Lokeshwar
  • T12      HYPOXIA-INDUCIBLE TRANSCRIPTIONAL FACTOR-1a IS ASSOCIATED WITH MITOSIS UNDER NORMOXIA AND HYPOXIA
    E.L. Paley, V. Malinovskii, S.R. Pochi, B. Ardalan and T.J. Lampidis
  • T13      UV IRRADIATION DOES NOT DAMAGE DNA BUT DOES ACTIVATE PROTEOLYSIS
    L. Puzis
  • T14      DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF EXTENDED-SPECTRUM beta- LACTAMASES (ESBLSs) BY POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION IN Escherichia coli AND Klebsiella pneumoniae ISOLATED 2 PERU HOSPITALS
    K. Reyes, J. Morales, M. Roque, M. Ruiz, M. Salazar and J. Irey
  • T15      POTENTIAL ROLES FOR MITOCHONDRIAL DYSFUNCTION IN CANCER
    C. van Waveren and C.T. Moraes

CHROMATIN REMODELING AND EPIGENETICS

  • T16      CELL CYCLE-DEPENDENT ACTIVATION OF THE SEROTONIN RECEPTOR 2C IN RRETINOIC ACID-INDUCED P19 EMBRYONAL CARCINOMA CELLS
    D.L. Bancescu, H. Glatt-Deeley and M. Lalande
  • T17      REGULATION OF TRANSCRIPTION COMPLEX RECRUITMENT TO THE ß-GLOBIN GENE LOCUS DURING THE CELL CYCLE
    K.F. Vieira, V.J. Crusselle, P.P. Levings, S.H.L. Kang and J. Bungert
  • T18      HISTONE DEACETYLASE INHIBITORS DELIVER TUMOUR CELL SPECIFIC CYTOTOXICITY BY TARGETING TWO CELL CYCLE CHECKPOINTS
    R. Warrener, H. Beamish, A. Burgess, N.J. Waterhouse, N. Giles and B. Gabrielli
  • T19      RETINOBLASTOMA TUMOR SUPPRESSOR: TRANSCRIPTIONAL REPRESSION AND CHROMATIN STRUCTURE
    D. Solomon, H. Siddiqui, S. Fox, R. Gunawardena, C. Mayhew and E. Knudsen
  • T20      THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PROGRESSION OF γ-H2AX IN UNIRRADIATED MAMMALIAN CELLS
    K.J. McManus and M.J. Hendzel
  • T21      RAPID HISTONE 3 DEPHOSPHORYLATION BY DIVERSE SIGNALING MOLECULES SUGGESTS A ROLE AS AN ENVIRONMENTAL SENSOR FOR GROWING CELLS
    P. Rodriguez-Collazo, S. Snyder and C. Smith
  • T22      A HUMAN CHROMOSOMAL MAP PROJECTION OF GENES REGULATED BY ISCHEMIA-HYPOXIA IN THE RODENT BRAIN
    L. Yick, C. Aguirre-Chen, M.D. Ginsberg, P. Schmidt-Kastner, C. Schmitz, J. Hallmayer and R. Schmidt-Kastner
  • T23      NUCLEAR ADAPTATION PRESERVES OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION IN A HUMAN COLORECTAL CANCER CELL LINE HARBORING NONSENSE MITOCHONDRIAL DNA MUTATIONS
    S.Srivastava and C.T. Moraes
  • T24      NOVEL MESSENGER RNA EDITING IN SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS (SLE) T LYMPHOCYTES
    D. Laxminarayana and G.M. Kammer
  • T25      NEW APOPTOTIC TARGETS FOR VINORELBINE AND CURCUMIN IN HUMAN LUNG CANCER H520 CELLS
    S. Sen, H. Sharma and N. Singh
  • T26      CELL CYCLE REGULATION BY THE RET PROTO-ONCOGENE
    P.P. Joshi and D.S. Franklin
  • T27      JC VIRUS SMALL T ANTIGEN PROMOTES CELL CYCLE PROGRESSION
    R. Biffi, S. Woolridge, I. Sariyer, K. Khalili and M. Safak
  • T28      THE INTRACELLULAR LOCALIZATION OF THE KI-67 PROTEIN AS ASSESSED WITH THE NOVEL MONOCLONAL ANTIBODY TUBB-9 POINTS TO A ROLE IN RIBOSOMAL RNA TRANSCRIPTION
    J. Bullwinkel, C. Wohlenberg, Bettina Baron-Luhr, A. Ludemann, J. Gerdes and T. Scholzen
  • T29      MICROARRAY ANALYSIS OF YEAST AGING TO 12 GENERATIONS
    L.L.M. Hoopes, R. Jindal, J. Hardee, M. Wu, M.Y. Shimogawa, A. Kuo and J. Hardin
  • T30      MDM2 PROMOTES THE MONOUBIQUITINATION OF HISTONE H2B
    N. Minsky and M. Oren 
  • T31      PROCESSING OF DNA DOUBLE-STRAND BREAK ENDS AND TELOMERE ENDS IN FISSION YEAST
    K. Tomita, H-Y. Kang, Y-S. Seo and M. Ueno 
  • T32      SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY OF THE TRAP ASSAY (TELOMERASE) FOR THE DETECTION OF BLADDER CANCER. COMPARISON WITH OTHER ASSAYS.
    Syed A. Ahmed and Kevin C. Halling 
  • T33      MAD2 AND THE KINASE-LIKE PROTEIN PKL1P PARTICIPATE IN A SUBSET OF MTOC FUNCTIONS IMPORTANT
  • FOR CHROMOSOME SEGREGATION AND MITOTIC EXIT
    Adrianna Rodriguez, Kate Noonan and Janet L. Paluh 
  • T34      KINETIC ANALYSIS OF NUCLEAR ACTIN POOLS IN LIVING CELLS
    D. McDonald, G. Carrero, E. Crawford, C. Andrin, G. de Vries and M.J. Hendzel 
  • T35      THE CHROMATIN ORGANIZATION CHANGING UNDER INFLUENCE OF COMBINATION OF CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY MICROENVIRONMENT
    B.V. Shilov, E.B. Bukreeva, N.V. Shilova and S. Nesterovich 
  • T36      REGULATION OF P27KIP1-MEDIATED CYCLIN D1-CDK4 ASSEMBLY BY PKB THROUGH MULTISITE PHOSPHORYLATION
    J. Liang, S.H. Shao, K. Han and J.M. Slingerland