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Cambridge Healthtech Institute's Second annual
Exploiting Yeast Molecular Biology for Therapeutics
January  20-21 2000
Miami FL

Scientific Advisory Board
Dr. Jef Boeke, Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Tauseef Butt, LifeSensors ,Inc.
Dr. Jasper Rine, University of California at Berkeley

Saccharomyces cerevisiae was the first eukaryotic genome to be
completely sequenced.. In the  four years since the sequence was
completed, yeast has become even more important as a model organism for
functional genomics and drug discovery. The lessons and techniques
learned using yeast are paving the way for future studies as the
sequencing of the human genome nears completion. This meeting will focus
on the latest research into yeast functional genomics and drug
discovery, including expression monitoring, protein-protein interactions
using the yeast two-hybrid system, and transgenic yeast as a tool for
drug screening and exploring human gene function.
Cross-genome comparisons
Gene expression monitoring
Data analysis and management
Drug screening
Protein-protein interactions
Target identification & validation
Variant yeast strains
Yeast databases
Yeast functional genomics

If you are interested in speaking at this conference, please submit a
proposed title and brief (3-5 sentences) summary of the work you wish to
present. Submissions may be sent by fax or email.  Deadline for
Submission is  July 2, 1999

Please submit abstract by fax or e-mail to: Mary Chitty, Conference
Director phone: 617-630-1316 fax: 617-630-1325 e-mail:
mchitty at healthtech.com

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