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International Symposium
Molecular Control of Gene Expression

Invited speakers:

Walter Birchmeier

Berlin, Germany
Richard G. Brennan
Portland, USA
Martin Eilers
Marburg, Germany
Roger D. Everett
Glasgow, UK
Hiroshi Handa
Yokohama, Japan
Wolfgang Hillen
Erlangen, Germany
Heidelberg, Germany
Axel Imhof
Munich, Germany
Christoph W. Müller
Grenoble, France
Christos A. Ouzounis
Cambridge, UK
Francois Parcy
Gif-sur-Yvette, France
Sebastien Rigali
Liege, Belgium
Walter Schaffner
Zürich, Switzerland
John Sinclair
Cambridge, UK
Robert Slany
Erlangen, Germany
Heinrich Sticht
Erlangen, Germany
Gilles P. van Wezel
Leiden, The Netherlands
Michael Wegner
Erlangen, Germany
Jerry L. Workman
Kansas City, USA

Organizers: Thomas Stamminger, Jürgen Behrens, Stefan Hoth, Robert Slany, Heinrich
Center Research Grant SFB 473, Graduiertenkolleg GRK 805
Additional information at www.biologie.uni-erlangen.de/sfb473.html
Program of the Symposium
Friday, Oct. 15, 2004:
Venue of the scientific meeting: Lecture Hall of the Institute of Biochemistry,
Fahrstr. 17
Wolfgang Hillen, Erlangen
Session I: Molecular structure of transcription factors
Richard G. Brennan, Portland, USA Structural mechanisms of carbon catabolite repression in gram positive bacteria Christoph Müller, Grenoble, France Structural biology of general and sequence-specific eucaryotic transcription factors Wolfgang Hillen, Erlangen, Germany Tetracycline dependent gene regulation – mechanisms and application Coffee break
Session II: Control of transcription by chromatin remodelling
Axel Imhof, Munich, Germany Regulation of histone methyltransferase activity modulates permanent repression states John Sinclair, Cambridge, UK Chromatin remodelling during human cytomegalovirus latency, reactivation and productive infection Session III: Molecular machines in gene expression
Hiroshi Handa, Yokohama, Japan Molecular insights into mechanism of DSIF, NELF and Spt6 in controlling transcription elongation by RNA polymerase II Connections between transcription and mRNA export Roger Everett, Glasgow, UK PML nuclear body components actively relocate to sites associated with HSV1 transcription/replication complexes early during productive virus infection Coffee break
Session IV: Transcriptional switches in development and disease I
Walter Birchmeier, Berlin, Germany Wnt/beta-catenin signalling in embryogenesis and tumor progression Michael Wegner, Erlangen, Germany Sox proteins and transcriptional control of development Francois Parcy, Gif-sur-Yvette, France Gene regulatory network controlling Arabidopsis seed maturation Gilles van Wezel, Leiden, The Netherlands Control of cell division and morphogenesis of Streptomyces Saturday, Oct. 16, 2004
Session V: Transcriptional switches in development and disease II
Walter Schaffner, Zürich, Switzerland Transcriptional response to heavy metal stress Martin Eilers, Marburg, Germany Transcriptional regulation and transformation by myc Robert Slany, Erlangen, Germany Deregulation of homeobox genes in leukemia Coffee break
Session VI: Deciphering transcriptional networks
Sebastien Rigali, Liege, Belgium Extending the classification of bacterial transcription factors beyond the helix-turn-helix motif as an alternative approach to discover new cis/trans relationships H. Sticht, Erlangen, Germany Development of structure-based computational approaches to identify new components of regulatory protein networks Concluding remarks by Wolfgang Hillen

General Information
Meeting Address
Institut für Biochemie, Emil-Fischer-Zentrum
Fahrstr. 17, 91054 Erlangen
No registration is required
Frau Heidemarie Prell
Sekretariat des SFB473
Lehrstuhl für Mikrobiologie
Institut für Mikrobiologie, Biochemie und Genetik
Staudtstr. 5
91058 Erlangen
Tel.: +49 9131 852 8588
Fax: +49 9131 852 8082

A list of hotels in Erlangen is available at www.erlangen.de (City-Tourist-

Source: http://www.lymphozyten.de/GK592/docs/SFB473-GRK805-Symposium.pdf


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