GFP Symposium Update

Daniel Gonzalez meton at rci.rutgers.edu
Tue Mar 23 13:19:51 EST 1999

GFP Symposium Update


We already have over 80 speakers presenting at the symposium.

The following sessions are now being organised, and more will be added as the date for the meeting nears;

       The Important Past and Present Developments of GFP
       The Physical Properties of GFP
       Protein Trafficking
       The Impact of GFP on Agbiotech 
       The Use of GFP in understanding Protein-Protein Interactions
       The Use of GFP in Transgenic Studies
       The Applications of GFP in Drug Discovery
       The Use of GFP in the Develpment of Biosensors 
       Dynamics of Cellular Complexes
       The Impact of GFP on Gene Therapy
       Gene Quantitation using GFP

For all those who wish to attend the GFP II symposium and have not
registered we have extended the early registration date to the 2nd of

For those who wish to submit an abstract for a poster or speakers who
have not sent me their abstracts the deadline is still the 7th of May. 

Sessions are now being organised so please visit the symposium webpage
often for information and changes at

Daniel Gonzalez

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