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Symposium 2008


Erbliche Neurodegnerationen, Gene, Mechanismen und Phaenotypen

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Abstract

Referent

Affiliation

Title of talk

C. Hübner

University of Jena, GER

Introduction

abstract

T. Schmitt-John

University of Aarhus, DEN

Intracellular vesicle traffic is critical for motor neuron degeneration

   abstract

W. Saxton

University of Bloomington, U.S.A.

Kinesin-1, Kinesin-3, and fast transport of axonal organelles in Drosophila motor neurons

 abstract

C. Kaether

Leibniz Institute Jena, GER

Alzheimer's disease: insights into gamma-secretase

  abstract

E. Rugarli

University of Milano

Mechanisms of axonal degeneration in HSP

cancelled
abstract

S. Zuchner

University of Miami, U.S.A.

The genotypic and phenotypic spectrum of SPG31 – implications for molecular studies

abstract

S. Stemmler

University of Bochum, GER

SPG31: a rather frequent form of autosomal dominant HSP?

abstract

U. Hehr

University of Regensburg, GER

SPG11: clinics, genetics and neuropathology

abstract

R. Schüle

Herthie Institute for Clinical Brain Research Tübingen, GER

Effects of SPG10 mutations on KIF5A transport activity

cancelled
abstract

C. Neusch

University of Göttingen, GER

Time-lapse imaging of pyramidal

tracts in vivo as a tool to study axonal degeneration in HSP

abstract

C. O'Kane

University of Cambridge, UK

SPG6 and BMP signalling at the Drosophila neuromuscular junction

abstract

E. Reid

Cambridge Institute of Medical Research, UK

Functions of spartin, the Troyer syndrome protein

abstract

A. Mannan

University of Göttingen, GER

Elucidating the molecular function of ZFYVE27 (Protrudin)

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wir bedanken uns für die Unterstützung, ohne die unser Symposium so nicht durchführbar gewesen wäre.

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