HSP as a model disease to study neurodegeneration


Am 22.3. 2013 in DRESDEN
findet unser 12. TWS Symposium statt. Wir freuen uns, dass wir uns erstmalig der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Humangenetik anschliessen können.Unser Symposium findet im Rahmen der 24. Jahrestagung dieser Gesellschaft im Maritim Congress Center in Dresden statt.

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Speaker
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Albena Jordanova (Antwerp)

Unraveling the genetic basis of peripheral neurodegeneration – is there a hint?

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Giovanni Stevanin (Paris)

Fatty-acid acid metabolism in SPG28 and SPG49

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Rebecca Schüle (Tübingen)

Novel HSP genes in lipid metabolism

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Stephan Zuchner (Miami)

Novel collaborative bioinformatics tools for gene identification: experiences in human disease and animal models

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Brunhilde Wirth (Cologne)

The modifying network of spinal muscular atrophy

Olaf Riess (Tübingen)

Deciphering the pathogenesis of spinocerebellar ataxia type 3 using genetically modified mouse models

Heinz Reichmann (Dresden, head of DGN)

Laudation

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Elena I. Rugarli (Cologne)

Hereditary spastic paraplegia and lipid droplet function

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Ludger Schöls (Tübingen)

Genotype-specific electrophysiological characteristics of the HSPs

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Peter Bauer (Tübingen)

Next-Generation-Sequencing diagnostics for HSPs

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Francesc Perez-Branguli (Erlangen)

SPG11: A new member of synaptic family

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Christoph Clemen (Cologne)

Analysis of the cellular functions of Dictyostelium strumpellin

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Christoph Kaether (Jena)

Discovery of small molecules for intercepting Notch signaling and the early secretory pathway

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Anjon Audhya (Wisconsin)

Roles for TFG in protein trafficking, ER structure, and neuronal maintenance

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Craig Blackstone (Bethesda)

Converging endolysosomal pathways for autosomal recessive HSP pathogenesis

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