16th American Peptide Symposium

Chris Gross cmgross at biosci.cbs.umn.edu
Sun Jan 3 17:54:51 EST 1999

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to call to your attention the 16th American Peptide
Symposium which will be held in Minneapolis from June 26-July 1, 1999. The
"Call for Papers & Registration Information" was mailed to current members
of the American Peptide Society just before Thanksgiving and should have
been received by now. Requests for information should be sent via e-mail
to 16aps at chem.umn.edu. In addition, please check our web site at
www.chem.umn.edu/16aps, which contains all of the pertinent information
and is now set up to accept both abstracts and registrations

In setting as the theme for the meeting "Peptides for the New Millennium,"
we want to highlight how peptide science can play a role in fields as
diverse as synthetic chemistry, pharmaceutical discovery, biomaterials,
and proteomics, among the topics that will be featured. Subscribers to this
glycoscience forum may be particularly interested in our session on peptide
conjuguates including glycopeptides and phosphopeptides. We hope that you
will consider attending, and perhaps submit one or more abstracts. Feel free
to pass along your suggestions to us, and also to spread the news about the
Symposium to others in your professional circle.

With thanks and best wishes for a Happy New Year!

GB and GF

George Barany                   Telephone:  (612) 625-1028
Distinguished McKnight University Professor of
   Chemistry, Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
Department of Chemistry         FAX:  (612) 626-7541
University of Minnesota         e-mail:  barany at tc.umn.edu
207 Pleasant Street S.E.        web site:  http://www.chem.umn.edu/
Minneapolis, MN 55455              groups/baranygp/barany.html

Gregg B. Fields                 Telephone:  (561) 297-2093
Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry
Center for Molecular Biology
   & Biotechnology              FAX:  (561) 297-2759
Florida Atlantic University     e-mail:  fieldsg at fau.edu
777 Glades Road                 web site:  http://www.science.fau.edu/
Boca Raton, FL 33431-0991          chemistry/fields.htm

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