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42nd FEBS Congress Abstracts

Abstracts submitted to the 42nd FEBS Congress and accepted by the Congress Organizing Committee, as well as abstracts from invited speakers for the event, are searchable here from 30th August to 30th September 2017. 

In addition to appearing on this Congress website, abstracts are displayed on the 2017 FEBS Congress app. Furthermore, with the exception of late-breaking abstracts, they are also collated in The FEBS Journal Supplement for the 42nd FEBS Congress (available online from around 8th September 2017), and subsequently included individually in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index published by Web of Science. Citation instructions for abstracts are given in the supplement to The FEBS Journal.

Abstracts submitted to the Congress undergo minimal checks and appraisal for oral presentation and participant support schemes, but are not peer-reviewed. 

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42nd FEBS Congress Posters

In addition to bringing their poster to the Congress, poster presenters are invited to upload a pdf of their poster to the Congress website from 1st to 10th September – for viewing by other delegates only, from 5th to 21st September 2017. For more details of ths initiative, click here. In the search tool below, such poster files will appear as blue icons to the left of the full abstract link. Registered delegates can view the posters by clicking on this icon, after logging in to registrant accounts and agreement to specific terms. 

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Notation: LB.3.4-01
Track: Late-Breaking
Topic: Molecular Neuroscience
Title: Extracellular matrix-associated molecules in GLAST+ cells
Author/s: I. Dominova, O. Tuchina, L. Klimaviciusa, N. Filiakova, A. Vasilev, M. Patrushev, V. Kasymov,
Notation: LB.3.4-02
Track: Late-Breaking
Topic: Molecular Neuroscience
Title: Kainic acid induced epileptogenesis: myo-inositol effects on miRNA spectrum changes
Author/s: E. Lepsveridze, L. Tsverava, M. Meparishvili, G. Margvelani, R. Solomonia,
Notation: LB.3.4-03
Track: Late-Breaking
Topic: Molecular Neuroscience
Title: Shank3 mutation in a mouse model for autism leads to extensive reprogramming of the S-nitrosylated proteome
Author/s: H. Amal, B. Barak, V. Bhat, G. Gong, J. Wishnok, G. Feng, S. Tannenbaum,
Notation: LB.3.4-04
Track: Late-Breaking
Topic: Molecular Neuroscience
Title: Two compatible 'Ball and Chain' mechanisms for Kv channel clustering and inactivation
Author/s: L. Lewin-Dafna, O. Yifrach,
Notation: LB.3.4-05
Track: Late-Breaking
Topic: Molecular Neuroscience
Title: Glial cells morphology in swiss cheese mutants of Drosophila melanogaster
Author/s: E. Ryabova, D. Zhmujdina, N. Surina, P. Melentev, S. Sarantseva,
Notation: LB.3.4-06
Track: Late-Breaking
Topic: Molecular Neuroscience
Title: Characterization of the Tau Post-Translational Modifications Network in Alzheimer’s Disease
Author/s: E. Ercan, C. Weber, S. Eid, A. Kowalski, F. Matthes, S. Krauss, S. Fulle, D. Ehrnhoefer,
Notation: LB.3.4-07
Track: Late-Breaking
Topic: Molecular Neuroscience
Title: A Splicing-Dependent Coupling of the Inactivation and Clustering functions of the Shaker Kv channel
Author/s: V. Nirenberg, O. Yifrach,
Notation: LB.4.1-01
Track: Late-Breaking
Topic: Cancer Biology
Title: MDM2 ubiquitine-ligase affects cancer-related metabolism
Author/s: O. Shuvalov, A. Shakirova, A. Petukhov, E. Vasileva, O. Fedorova, A. Daks, N. Barlev,
Notation: LB.4.1-02
Track: Late-Breaking
Topic: Cancer Biology
Title: NR4A3 confers resistance to doxorubicin in MDA-MB-231 cell line
Author/s: O. Fedorova, T. Leonova, A. Daks, A. Petukhov, O. Shuvalov, E. Vasileva, N. Barlev,
Notation: LB.4.1-03
Track: Late-Breaking
Topic: Cancer Biology
Title: Insights into Trastuzumab resistance and the role of Androgen Receptor in Her2- enriched breast cancer subtype
Author/s: E. Bandini, F. Fanini, S. Carloni, S. Hrelia, M. Fabbri,
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