Seminars in Immunochemistry

Thorkild C. Bxg-Hansen tcbh at BIOBASE.DK
Wed Apr 3 07:17:54 EST 1996

The information about seminars in immunochemistry 
will be updated on the internet
The present information is as follows:
Seminars in Immunochemistry
S4 1996
will take place at the Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen
17 April to 2 May 1996.


Wednesday 17 April 13.00-18.00, seminar room 1.2.66
Invited lectures
Jxrgen Vinten, University of Copenhagen: Histochemistry with gold labels
Erik Dabelsteen, University of Copenhagen:   Cell surface carbohydrates 
detected by monoclonal antibodies
Participants' seminars
Christina Mxrk Hansen, Leo Pharmaceutical Products: Vitamin D3 compounds 
down-regulate tumour-associated adhesion receptors on the surface of 
human melanoma cells in vitro

Friday 19 April 13.00-18.00
Invited lecture
Claus Koch, State Serum Institute: How Antibodies recognize protein 
Invited seminars by DAKO staff (details given later, please check again)

Tuesday 23 April 13.00-18.00, seminar room 1.2.66
Invited lectures
Jakob Ramlau, Rigshospitalet: Partial identity - past and present
Reni Hxier, KVL: Species specific and species unique hormones
Bo Dinesen, Novo Nordisk: The significance of assay-design and 
antibody-choice on proinsulin immunoassay - theory and experience
Christian Rosenquist, Osteometer BioTech: Measurement of a more stable 
region of osteocalcin in serum with two monoclonal antibodies
Participants' seminars

Wednesday 24 April 13.00-18.00, seminar room 1.2.65
Invited lectures
Mats Ohlin, Lund University: Human monoclonal antibodies: a cell biology 
approach - see departmental homepage
Eskil Svderlind, Lund University: Human monoclonal antibodies: a 
molecular biology approach
Anders Fomsgaard, State Serum Institute: Genetic immunization
Carl Henrik Brogren, National Food Agency: Rat hybridomas - monoclonal 
Participants' seminars
Homayoun Shams, State Serum Institute: The mode of conjugation is 
significant for the immunogenicity of polyribosylribitol phosphate 
carrier conjugated vaccines

Thursday 25 April 13.00-18.00, seminar room 1.2.65
Invited lectures
Jakob Ramlau, Rigshospitalet: Haptens and biotin in immunochemistry
Lise Nyholm, Roskilde: Non-radioactive hybridization based on haptens or 
Participants' seminars
Sxren Skov, Dept. Medical Anatomy, University of Copenhagen: Molecular 
and functional implications of MHC-1 cross-linking in T cells
 Evening 18.00-22.00: Participants' dinner (see note)

Tuesday 30 April 13.00-18.00, seminar room 1.2.66
Invited lectures
Jakob Ramlau, Rigshospitalet: Peptide antibodies - how to do it and 
Christian Fledelius, Osteometer BioTech: Determination of urinary 
degradation products of type I collagen reflecting bone resorption using 
polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies 
Carl Henrik Brogren, National Food Agency: Anti-coeliac disease and 
anti-listeriosis through synthetic peptides
Participants' seminars
Keld Xstergaard, Rigshospitalet: Detailled description of cell adhesion 
molecules in normal human articular cartilage

Thursday 2 May 13.00-18.00, seminar room 1.2.66
Invited lectures
Lise Nyholm, Roskilde: Possibilities and problems in blotting and 
immunoaffinity purification
Anders Friberg, National Food Agency: IMP-ELISA - immunoassay on magnetic 
Reni Hxier, KVL: Evaluation of a RIA for canine growth hormone
Participants' seminars
Plenum discussion and evaluation

Additional days may be added to the schedule

Further information
You are invited to to take part. The course consists of invited lectures 
and participants' seminars, a site visit to a Danish antibody company, 
and discussions. The course is intended to cover essential topics within 
the area of immunochemistry. See the preliminary program below.
Each participant is asked to prepare a seminar which could be an account 
of his or her research project seen in relation to immunochemistry. If 
you do not find that you would like to present your research project, 
please contact me for a alternative seminar. A preliminary plan follows 
below and you may see that there is ample time for your presentation. 
After your presentation there will be time for discussion.
The course is primarily intended for Ph.D.-students engaged in projects 
related to immunochemistry and for Ph.D.-students who want to increase 
their knowledge about immunochemistry. It is also a goal that the course 
will be instrumental in formation of networks throught which everybody 
involved in the course could grow and mature scientifically.
Participants should return registration form and an abstract of their 
participant's seminar to PhD-studienfvnet, Panum, Blegdamsvej 3C, DK-2200 
Kxbenhavn N, Denmark (see below).
Immediately after easter I would like very much to have the following 
material from you for inclusion into the course note-book with your 
- prints of overheads that you are going to use
- prints of slides if possible
- if you have relevant literature, we could include a copy in the 
- a reference list giving an entry to the most important recent 
The course note-book will be handed out to participants and teachers on 
the first day of the course. The language will be English. 
A participants' dinner will be organized by the participants themselves 
and must by paid individually.
This page will be updated with the program (see above). Please check 
Further information and registration
Thorkild C Bxg-Hansen, Ph.D.
The Protein Laboratory, University of Copenhagen
Blegdamsvej 3C, DK-2200 Copenhagen N, Denmark
Tel. +45 3532 7336, FAX +45 3536 0116
E-mail address: tcbh at biobase.dk
Participants should submit title and abstract of their seminar
Please check for additions and changes. Thank you!

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