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Bio-Techne社 ウェビナーのご案内:5th Targeted Protein Degradation and Induced Proximity Symposium

Webinar:

5th Virtual Bio-Techne Targeted Protein Degradation and Induced Proximity Symposium

7/10(水)23:00PM-2:00AM (日本時間)

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The 5th Virtual Bio-Techne Targeted Protein Degradation and Induced Proximity Symposium covers new developments from the leading scientists working in induced proximity research.

We have an exclusive first public presentation of new work from the Gray Lab at Stanford, plus new data of a novel mechanism of action from Amphista. Topics covered include: transcriptional kinases to activate apoptosis, degradation of BRD9 by a novel “targeted glue”, discovery of protein degraders and stabilizers, mechanisms of degrader-targeted protein ubiquitinability, and degraders of HIV-1 Nef for antiretroviral drug development.

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Speaker

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Joel Cresser-Brown - Bio-Techne (Moderator)

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Unbiased Discovery of Protein Degraders and Stabilizers with Proteome-Scale Induced Proximity Screens

Juline PoirsonUniversity of Toronto (Taipale Lab)
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Mechanism of Degrader-Targeted Protein Ubiquitinability

Charlotte CroweUniversity of Dundee (Ciulli Lab)

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Targeted Degraders of HIV-1 Nef as a New Approach to Antiretroviral Drug Development

Tom SmithgallUniversity of Pittsburgh School of Medicine

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HiBiT-SpyTag: A Minimal Tag for Covalent Protein Capture and Degrader Development

Breanna ZerfasDana Farber Cancer Institute

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Borrowing Transcriptional Kinases to Activate Apoptosis

Basel KarimStanford University (Gray Lab)

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Degradation of BRD9 by a Novel “Targeted Glue”

Scott Hughes - Amphista Therapeutics

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