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  1. The 3D organization of the nucleus and inheritance of epigenetic states
  2. Accessing and using ENCODE data
  3. Activation of gene expression by double-stranded RNA
  4. Activation of gene expression by double-stranded RNAs
  5. Adaptor mediated activation of the Hsp100/ Clp protein ClpC controls general and regulatory proteolysis in Bacillus subtilis
  6. Aging and evolutionary medicine
  7. Agrobacterium tumefaciens
  8. Alternative splicing and calcium ion channel diversity
  9. Amino acid conjugation : contribution to the metabolism and toxicity of xenobiotic carboxylic acids
  10. AMP-activated protein kinase : regulating cellular and whole body energy balance
  11. Amyloidosis : disease caused by amyloid
  12. Analysis of protein-protein interaction, transcriptional regulation and metabolic networks
  13. Ancient DNA and human evolutionary inference
  14. Antibiotic resistance and hospital-acquired infection
  15. Antisense oligonucleotides : the promise and the problems
  16. Arachidonic acid and store-independent Ca2+ entry
  17. Arylamine N-acetyltransferases
  18. Audience questions about evolution and medicine
  19. Bacteria and virus evolution : a model for the study of natural selection
  20. Bacterial extrachromosomal elements : role in chemical detoxification and potential cancer therapy
  21. The basal transcription machinery for RNA polymerase II
  22. Basic studies of protein folding and stability : the folding of related protein families
  23. The biogenesis of E. coli inner membrane proteins
  24. Biogenesis of the eukaryotic proteasome
  25. The bioinformatics of microarrays
  26. Bioinformatics tools in conservation biology
  27. Biology and significance of plasmids : a discussion of extrachromosomal elements in microorganisms
  28. The biology of Fc receptors and complement receptors
  29. Biomimetic catalysis
  30. Bioorganic studies of vision
  31. Ca(v)1.3 and deafness
  32. Ca2+ alterations in familial Alzheimer's disease (FAD)
  33. Ca2+ and the regulation of small GTPases
  34. Ca2+ dynamics between mitochondria and the endoplasmic reticulum
  35. Ca2+ efflux and Ca2+ signals
  36. Ca2+ signaling alterations in Alzheimer's disease
  37. Ca2+, the endoplasmic reticulum and cardiac pathology
  38. cADPR and NAADP : messengers for calcium signalling
  39. Calcium and transcription : coupling
  40. Calcium regulation of ion channels
  41. Calcium regulation of transcription in plants
  42. The calcium saga : a matter of life and death
  43. Calcium signaling : regulation, mechanisms, effectors, role in disease and recent advances
  44. Calcium, calmodulin and calcineurin
  45. Calcium-regulated adenylyl cyclases and cyclic AMP compartmentalization
  46. Cancer systems biology : dissection and analysis of context-specific molecular interaction networks
  47. Capacitative (store-operated) calcium entry
  48. Catalytic cycle of cytochrome P450s
  49. Cell signalling pathways and RNAi
  50. Chaperone mechanisms in cellular protein folding
  51. Chaperone systems of the endoplasmic reticulum
  52. Chaperonin CCT mediated folding of actin, energetic landscapes and cell cycle control
  53. Chaperonin-mediated protein folding
  54. Chemical biology : the role of chemistry in our fundamental understanding of biology
  55. Chemical protein synthesis : total synthesis of proteins for biological research / Stephen Kent
  56. Chemical synthesis of peptides and peptide libraries
  57. Cholesterol and prevention of coronary heart disease
  58. Chromatin and transcription
  59. Chromatin architecture and the regulation of gene expression
  60. Clinical importance of pharmacogenetic polymorphisms affecting drug metabolism : internal medicine
  61. Clinical importance of pharmacogenetic polymorphisms affecting drug metabolism : psychopharmacology and pain
  62. Clinical proteomics
  63. Clinical significance of enzyme induction and inhibition
  64. ClpB : a chaperone for protein disaggregation
  65. Computational methods in analysis of gene regulation and protein interactions
  66. A concept for multi-marker approaches in clinical proteomics
  67. Control of growth : the Drosophila Myc homolog
  68. Coordinated Ca2+ release from intracellular Ca2+ stores
  69. Coupling transcription, RNA processing and RNA export
  70. Covalently constrained alpha-helices
  71. Cross-talk between cultural and genetic evolution in humans
  72. Crystal structures of drug-metabolizing P450 monooxygenases
  73. CYP2 family
  74. Cytochrome P450 1 family : the roles of 1A1, 1A2, & 1B1 in drug metabolism
  75. Cytoplasmic epigenetics : inheritance by cytoplasmic continuity
  76. Cytoplasmic epigenetics : proteins acting as genes
  77. Design and engineering of zinc-finger domains
  78. Designing proteins with life sustaining activities
  79. Developmental plasticity, evolution and the origins of disease
  80. Diagnosis of early relapse in ovarian cancer : using serum proteomic profiling
  81. Dicer and R2D2
  82. Dimer catastrophes and plasmid resolution
  83. Diseases of civilization : an evolutionary legacy
  84. Disulfide bond formation in vivo
  85. The diversity of bacterial conjugation and mobilization systems
  86. DNA methylation
  87. DNA methylation
  88. DNA methylation : physiology, pathology and disease
  89. DNA methylation and genome defense in Neurospora crassa
  90. DNA methylation and stem cells
  91. DNA methylation as a tumor marker : implications for diagnosis, early detection and risk assessment
  92. DNA methylation changes in aging cells and tissues
  93. DNA methylation during development
  94. DNA methylation in cancer
  95. DNA methylation patterns in mammals
  96. DNA processing in conjugative transfer
  97. DNA replication
  98. Drug metabolism in liver disease
  99. Drug metabolizing enzymes : fundamentals, study methods, recent advances and clinical significance
  100. Drug-DNA interactions of the mitomycins
  101. Dynamic chromatin : ATP-dependent chromatin remodeling machines
  102. The E2F family and transcriptional control of the mammalian cell cycle
  103. Early nutrition, development and health : evolutionary perspectives on the metabolic syndrome
  104. Ecogenetics : evolutionary biology and human disease
  105. Editor's foreword
  106. Effect of physiological factors and disease on drug metabolism
  107. Elongation of protein synthesis : structural basis of the peptide bond
  108. Elongation of protein synthesis : structural basis of the process of decoding
  109. The endocrinology of human life history transitions
  110. Environmental effects on human reproduction
  111. Epigenetic control by histone methylation
  112. Epigenetic information in gene expression and cancer
  113. Epigenetic regulation of phenotype
  114. Epigenetically mediated gene silencing : a companion to genetic alterations in driving tumorigenesis
  115. Epigenetics : a historical overview
  116. Epigenetics : concepts, theories, paradigms and mechanisms
  117. Epigenetics, chromatin, transcription and cancer
  118. Epigenomics of complex disease
  119. Eukaryotic gene regulation : from chromatin to transcription to mRNA processing
  120. Eukaryotic gene regulation : from chromatin to transcription to mRNA processing
  121. Evolution : medicine's missing basic science
  122. Evolution and medicine : from the perspective of an evolutionary biologist
  123. Evolution and medicine : how new applications advance research and practice
  124. Evolution of mammal epigenetic control systems
  125. Evolution of plasmids and their role in bacterial diversity and adaptability
  126. Evolution of virulence : malaria : a case study
  127. Evolutionary arms races
  128. Evolutionary behavioural genetics and mental disorders
  129. Evolutionary biology of depression : depression is on a lumpy continum from low mood to clinical depression
  130. Evolutionary considerations and the endothelium
  131. The evolutionary ecology of immunity
  132. Evolutionary genetic epidemiology
  133. Evolutionary genetics : the detection of natural selection using molecular data
  134. Evolutionary obstetrics
  135. Evolutionary tradeoffs and the geometry of gene expression space
  136. The evolutionary web of life
  137. Evolving genomic approaches to the study of complex cardiovascular diseases in human populations : genetic and genomic epidemiology
  138. Exploring and predicting phenotype and function in cancer biology : working in high dimensional data spaces
  139. Extracellular calcium signaling
  140. Extracellular proteostasis : an emerging field
  141. Fast folding dynamics of small proteins : placing limits on diffusional limits
  142. Fever and related defenses
  143. Fluids and electrolytes balance : basics
  144. Folding and design of helical repeat proteins
  145. From DNA to proteins : the multiple levels of regulation
  146. From DNA to proteins : the multiple levels of regulation
  147. Function and regulation of the PDK1 kinase
  148. The function of molecular chaperones in bacterial infection
  149. Functional roles of RNAi in C. elegans
  150. The functions of the Hsp70 system
  151. G-Protein coupled receptors in drug discovery
  152. Gene and protein microarrays : tools for gene discovery and function
  153. Gene expression analysis of pluripotent stem cells
  154. Gene silencing by polycomb complexes
  155. General properties and applications of plasmids
  156. Genes in common diseases
  157. Genes in skin wound healing : microRNAs
  158. Genetic conflicts in human pregnancy
  159. Genetic defects and calcium
  160. Genetic variability in paraoxonase 1 (PON1), an HDL associated esterase : impact on risk and pharmacokinetics
  161. Genetic variation and human disease
  162. Genetic variation in gene regulation
  163. Genetics and human skeletal variation
  164. Genome-wide analyses of protein-DNA interactions
  165. Genome-wide mapping of estrogen receptor binding sites and activity
  166. Genome-wide profiling of microRNAs : from scientist benchside to patient bedside
  167. Genomic imprinting
  168. Genomic imprinting : history and embryology
  169. Genomic imprinting and its regulation
  170. Genomic insights into gene regulation by cohesin
  171. Germ cells
  172. Global analysis of gene translation
  173. Glucuronidation and the UDP - glucuronosyltransferases
  174. Glutathione transferases
  175. Glycan regulation of receptor functions
  176. Glycobiology : an untapped source of novel drugs
  177. Glycosylation changes during oncogenesis
  178. Glycosyltransferases : structures and mechanisms
  179. GPI-anchored glycoproteins
  180. Hard tissue biology in human health and evolution
  181. Health disparities in common, complex diseases : a role for genetics?
  182. Heterochromatin, epigenetics and gene expression
  183. Histone dynamics, heritability and variants
  184. Histone modification and transcriptional repression
  185. Histone modifications and prospects for an epigenetic code
  186. A historical perspective on ideas on X-chromosome inactivation
  187. History of the molecular chaperone concept : roles in assembly processes
  188. How do proteins fold and why?
  189. How to design a successful microarray experiment
  190. Hsp104 : a specialized chaperone for protein disaggregation
  191. Hsp31 : a general stress protein of Escherichia coli
  192. Hsp90 : a chaperone for protein kinases and hormone receptors
  193. Human admixture
  194. Human genetic variation and therapeutic development
  195. Human genome variation
  196. Human heat shock protein families
  197. Human population growth and its impact on genetic variation
  198. The hygiene hypothesis
  199. Hypothalamic prolylcarboxpeptidase (PRCP) in the regulation of melanocortin system
  200. Immunodeficiencies and pathologies associated with mutations in STIM/ ORAI
  201. The impact of genomic architecture and diversity on human and infectious diseases
  202. The importance of nucleotide size in the chemistry and biology of DNA
  203. Infection and chronic disease
  204. Inferring relatedness
  205. Influence of eicosanoid lipid mediators on macrophage innate immune functions
  206. Information content in sequences and its relation to protein structure prediction
  207. Insertion sequences & DNA transposition
  208. The InsP3 receptor Ca2+ release channel
  209. The interaction network of the GroEL chaperonin
  210. The interplay between protein phosphorylation and ubiquitylation in the NF-kB pathway
  211. Intracellular Ca2+ signalling : Ca2+ influx
  212. Intrinsically unstructured proteins : regulation and disease
  213. Introduction to cellular calcium (Ca2+) signaling
  214. Introduction to chromatin structure
  215. Introduction to drug metabolism enzymes
  216. Introduction to machine learning and its application in chemistry
  217. Introduction to plasmid biology
  218. Ion channel regulation by phosphorylation
  219. KATP channels and insulin
  220. KV10.1 potassium channels in cancer
  221. Laboratory methods for the in vitro study of drug metabolism
  222. Lipid biomarkers : lipidomics of the macrophage and plasma lipidomes
  223. LKB1 pathway and its role in cancer
  224. Lung biology and lung disease
  225. M-current and its role in neuronal physiology
  226. Maintaining the silenced state of master regulatory genes during development
  227. Mammalian microRNP assembly & function
  228. Mapping motivations : evolutionary health promotion
  229. Mapping small molecule binding sites with phage display technology
  230. Mapping the molecular chaperone interaction network in yeast
  231. Mechanism of chaperone action of small heat shock proteins
  232. Mechanism-based therapies for heart failure and cardiac arrhythmias
  233. The mechanisms and control of mRNA turnover in eukaryotic cells
  234. Mechanisms of protein folding reactions
  235. Mechanisms of RNAi : a molecular view or Argonaute : the secret life of slicer
  236. Mechanisms of transcription : the eukaryotic pre-initiation complex
  237. Mechanisms regulating STIM expression and function in Ca2+ signaling
  238. Mechanistic aspects and therapeutic applications of RNAi
  239. Mechanistic aspects of chaperonin GroEL/ES function
  240. Mental disorders in the light of evolutionary biology
  241. Methyltransferases
  242. Microarrays : their design and use
  243. Microarrays : their design and use
  244. Microarrays in the study of the basic mechanisms of evolution
  245. MicroRNA biogenesis
  246. Mitochondrial chaperonin Hsp60 : locations, functions and pathology
  247. Mitochondrial disorders and neurodegeneration
  248. Modeling Ca2+ signals
  249. Molecular biology of ryanodine receptors
  250. The molecular biology of the inositol trisphosphate receptor
  251. Molecular chaperones : principles and diseases
  252. Molecular chaperones and handling of abnormal proteins in neurodegenerative disorders
  253. Molecular dynamics simulations of protein dynamics, unfolding and misfolding
  254. Molecular epidemiology and evolutionary genetics of pathogens
  255. Molecular identification of the CRAC channel
  256. Monitoring Ca2+ concentration in living cells
  257. mRNA capping
  258. Neuronal calcium sensor proteins : calcium sensors and regulators of diverse cellular functions
  259. New designs for siRNAs as Dicer-substrates
  260. Nociception and ₀ł2₀þ3
  261. Non-P450 oxidative metabolism : characteristics and drug substrates
  262. Nonsense-mediated and Staufen1-mediated mRNA decay : related pathways of post-transcriptional control in mammalian cells
  263. Novel proteins from designed combinatorial libraries
  264. Nuclear calcium signalling
  265. Nuclear cloning, stem cells and epigenetic reprogramming : the promise for "customized" tissue repair
  266. Nuclear organization and gene expression
  267. Nucleosome dynamics and remodeling
  268. Nucleotide dependent functioning of bacterial enhancer binding proteins, activators of sigma54 RNA polymerase
  269. Organellar calcium pumps of the golgi and ER : from yeast to human
  270. The original human diet : what was it? : Should it be a model for contemporary nutrition?
  271. Overview of eukaryotic molecular chaperones in the cytosol
  272. Overview of prokaryotic molecular chaperones
  273. The paleolithic lifestyle and prevention of chronic disease
  274. Pancreatitis and Ca2+ signalling
  275. Pattern discovery in bioinformatics
  276. The pCF10-encoded pheromone response : cell- cell signaling, complexity and evolution
  277. Perspectives in biological catalysis
  278. Pharmacogenetics of the P450
  279. Phosphoserine/threonine binding domains : molecular integrators of protein kinase signaling in cell cycle control and cancer
  280. PI3K/AKT signaling in cancer
  281. The plasma membrane calcium pump : biochemistry, physiology and molecular pathology
  282. Plasmid rolling-circle (RC) replication
  283. Plasmid segregation and stability in bacteria
  284. Plasmid stabilization by cell killing
  285. Plasmids : copy number control by antisense RNAs
  286. Plasmids, integrons and the spread of antibiotic resistance
  287. Polyadenylation of mRNA precursors : mechanism, regulation and connections with other cellularprocesses
  288. Polycomb epigenetic mechanisms
  289. Polycystins, calcium signaling and pathogenesis of polycystic kidney disease
  290. Polydactyl zinc finger proteins : software and hardware for genomes
  291. Population genetic studies in Africa : curiosity and challenges
  292. Pre-mRNA splicing
  293. Prediction and design of protein structures and interactions
  294. Prediction of pathways of drug metabolism : in silico approaches
  295. Presynaptic plasticity
  296. The principle of translation
  297. Prion diseases
  298. Probing protein-protein interactions with peptide libraries and arrays
  299. Protein aggregation, metals and oxidative stress in neurodegenerative diseases
  300. Protein degradation
  301. Protein folding
  302. Protein folding and dynamics from single molecule spectroscopy
  303. Protein folding and misfolding : from theory to therapy
  304. Protein folding in vivo
  305. Protein folding inside the cell : macromolecular crowding and protein aggregation
  306. Protein folding, aggregation and design : concepts, experiments, theories and mechanisms
  307. Protein homeostasis : folding proteins and maintaining the protein-protein interaction networks
  308. Protein homeostasis and the chaperone interaction network in Arabidopsis thaliana
  309. Protein homeostasis during aging
  310. Protein kinase structure, function and regulation
  311. Protein networks and analysis of global gene expression
  312. Protein phosphorylation and the control of protein synthesis
  313. Protein tyrosine phosphatases
  314. Protein-glycan interactions
  315. Protein-protein interaction networks
  316. Proteins that bind methylated DNA
  317. Proteomic technologies and targets : an overview
  318. Purinoceptors and fast purinergic transmission at neuromuscular junctions and synapses
  319. Quantitative analysis of receptor allosterism and its implication for drug discovery
  320. Quantitative proteomics
  321. Race in genetics and medicine
  322. Receptor identification for alarmins and DAMPs
  323. Recognition of "self" and "non-self" glycans by carbohydrate-binding proteins : structural and functionalaspects
  324. Regulation and role of mitochondrial Ca2+ homeostasis
  325. Regulation of intracellular calcium signaling, localized signals and oscillations
  326. The regulation of MAP kinase signalling by dual-specificity protein phosphatases
  327. The regulation of pre-messenger RNA splicing
  328. Regulatory protein complexes associated with ion channels
  329. Replication of linear plasmids in bacteria
  330. Replication-competent viral vectors
  331. Reversing DNA methylation pharmacologically
  332. RNA editing : changing the code in plants, animals, viruses & parasites
  333. RNA interference : principles and applications
  334. RNA interference and cancer : a revolution?
  335. RNA interference for neurodegenerative diseases
  336. The RNA polymerase II general transcription machinery
  337. RNAi : key technological aspects
  338. RNAi and heterochromatin in plants and fission yeast
  339. RNAi and viral heart infections
  340. RNAi in the model system Drosophila
  341. RNAi specificity : how big of an issue is it?
  342. The role of bacterial carbohydrates in microbe-plant interactions : Rhizobium-legume nitrogen-fixingsymbiosis
  343. The role of chaperones and Sec machinery in protein secretion
  344. The role of chaperones in Parkinson's disease
  345. Role of chaperonin-like proteins in Bardet-Biedl syndrome
  346. The role of nuclear receptor superfamily members in induction
  347. The role of phosphorylation in mediating cellular responses to DNA damage : the ATM-mediated DNA damageresponse
  348. Role of the PI 3-kinase signaling pathway in cell regulation and human disease
  349. Roles for Hsp40 molecular chaperones in protein misfolding disease
  350. Roles for molecular chaperones in cystic fibrosis
  351. The roles of chaperonins in bacteria
  352. Roles of glycans in yeast cell walls
  353. The roles of intrinsic disorder in protein interaction networks
  354. Ryanodine receptors and cardiac function
  355. Sample collection for human genetics
  356. Self-splicing intron RNAs : ribozymes, parasites and agents of genomic change
  357. The sequence determinants of amyloid fibril formation
  358. Sex differences in mortality
  359. The Shaw Prize lectures
  360. SICLOPPS : genetic system for production of backbone cyclized peptides
  361. The silent revolution : an introduction to gene regulation by microRNAs
  362. Simulating protein folding with full atomistic detail
  363. Simultaneous microarray measurement of nuclear and whole cell changes in gene expression reveals overlapping but distinct patterns of transcriptional regulation
  364. Single nucleotide polymorphism microarrays in the analysis of cancer
  365. siRNA on and off-target
  366. Site-specifically modified ribosomal RNAs
  367. Skin epigenetics : how chromatin regulators orchestrate skin functions
  368. SMAD phosphorylation and the TGF-beta pathway
  369. Small interfering RNA induced transcriptional gene silencing in human cells
  370. Sodium-calcium exchange
  371. Solid-phase peptide synthesis
  372. The sources of genomic diversity
  373. Spatial and temporal aspects of cellular calcium signals : 'elementary' signals and waves
  374. Specific functional roles in mammals
  375. Specimen banking : saving for the future
  376. Stem cell memory
  377. Store-operated Ca2+ entry and vascular smooth muscle remodeling
  378. The structural basis for the modulation of protein function by protein phosphorylation
  379. Structure and function of the ATP-dependent Clp chaperone/protease machines
  380. Structure and mechanisms of protein phosphatases
  381. Structure, evolution and dynamics of gene regulatory networks
  382. Sulfation and human cytosolic sulfotransferases
  383. Systems biology graphical notation (SBGN)
  384. Tagged library for chemical genetics
  385. Targeting cancer : designing drugs against Hsp90
  386. Therapeutic delivery of RNAi
  387. Titin 127 : a protein with a complex folding landscape
  388. TLRs, NLRs, DAMPs and PAMPs
  389. Towards a unifying mechanism for the Hsp70 chaperones
  390. Transcription elongation control by RNA polymerase II
  391. The transcription factor NF-₀ðB : an evolutionarily conserved mediator of immune and inflammatory responses
  392. Transcriptional activation
  393. Translation initiation
  394. Triggering receptors expressed on myeloid cells (TREM)
  395. Two is the key to 14-3-3 : dimeric mechanical signaling devices
  396. The unfolded protein response
  397. Unity and diversity in microbial genomes
  398. The use of microarrays to understand the biology and toxicology of low dose arsenic
  399. The use of statistics in microarray studies
  400. Using bioinformatics in the exploration of genetic diversity : fundamentals and recent advances
  401. Utilizing microarrays to study posttranscriptional regulatory mechanisms of plants
  402. A versatile platform for multilevel modeling of physiological systems
  403. Vesicular release of transmitter at active zones
  404. Virulence plasmids
  405. Viruses and cancer
  406. Visualization of transcription factor interactions in living cells
  407. Visualizing and manipulating phosphoinositide and phospholipid signaling
  408. Voltage-dependent calcium channels
  409. Voltage-dependent gating of ion channels
  410. Whole-genome association studies : practical advice and considerations
  411. Why study the cytochrome P4503A (CYP3A) family ?
  412. Why we cook with spices : preventative Darwinian medicine
  413. Widespread structural variations in the human genome
  414. Winner's curse, replication and meta-analysis
  415. WNK1 pathway and its role in regulating hypertension
  416. X chromosome inactivation in human cells
  417. The yeast plasmid : a highly persistent selfish DNA element
  418. The ₀ø-globin locus
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