Key topics for 2000/2001 meetings

This page will be updated regularly as new information becomes available

University of Sussex, 19-21 December 2000

  • Structure and function of the pre-mRNA splicing machinery (Novartis Medal Lecture: Kiyoshi Nagai (Cambridge)
  • Society and the human genome (Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins Memorial Lecture: John Sulston (Cambridge)
  • Fatty Acid Oxidation & Ketone Body Metabolism
  • Protein Engineering of Peroxidases and Cytochrome P450
  • Steroids, Steroid Receptors and Disease
  • New Frontiers in DNA Repair
  • The Glycobiology of Development
  • Role of specific cytokines and cytokine receptors in fetal growth and development

Bristol, 10-12 April 2001

  • Molecular Communications
  • Assembly and Repair of Membrane-bound Electron Transport Complexes: impact on plant physiology and medicine
  • Molecular Communications
  • Membrane Active Peptides
  • Insulin Action
  • The Interface of Receptor Signalling and Trafficking
  • The new A' level syllabus

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The information on these pages is the most accurate available to date; however, changes do occur from time to time and you should contact the Society's Meetings Office for confirmation of the programme.

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