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[Yeast] PYFF3 Conference in Helsinki in June

Anita Tienhaara via yeast%40net.bio.net (by anita.tienhaara from helsinki.fi)
Wed Mar 28 04:25:16 EST 2007

Dear Colleagues,

We are very happy to welcome You to the Conference on PHYSIOLOGY OF
YEASTS AND FILAMENTOUS FUNGI (PYFF3) to be held in Helsinki, 13-
16th of June 2007.The dead-line for abstract submission, early registration
and student grant applications is 10th of April.

Please, REGISTER NOW and visit the conference web site  at
http://pyff3.vtt.fi/ .We have extended the abstract dead-line from that
previously announced. Note that abstracts arriving after the 10th of April
cannot any more be considered as oral presentations. For further
information, please email anita.tienhaara from helsinki.fi .

The conference will take place in the heart of Helsinki at Marina Congress
centre. The meeting is the3rd one in a series under the Microbial Physiology
section of the European Federation of Biotechnology. The previous
meetings have been highly successful and appreciated by both academic
and industrial audience. The conference will cover the most recent
advances in various fundamental and applied aspects of the physiology of
eukaryotic microbes. The topics include e.g: genomics; nutrition, signalling
and tranport; physiological regulation; metabolomics and lipidomics; protein
production; and metabolite production. The importance of yeasts and
filamentous fungi in biorefinery research will also be addressed.

We would appreciate if you could circulate this mail amongst your students
and colleagues. Please, print the PYFF3 leaflet athttp://pyff3.vtt.fi/leaflet.pdf
for advertisement. Thank you!

Our warmest welcome to Helsinki!
Prof. Merja Penttilä and Dr. Markku Saloheimo
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland

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