Nantes meeting: registration deadline extended to May 15

Transgenesis Meeting in Nantes, June 8, 2009
Transgenesis Meeting in Nantes, June 8, 2009

The meeting entitled “Transgenesis: recent tecnical developments and applications“, to be held in Nantes (France) on June 8, 2009, organized by Transgenic Rats Common Facility of IFR26 and Ouest-Genopole, has extended the registration deadline till May 15, 2009. You can obtain a registration form from this page.

Topics covered by this meeting, co-sponsored by ISTT, include:

Transgenic animal models in biomedical research – LM. Houdebine, INRA, Jouy-en-Josas (France)
The impact of sequencing the mouse genome in biomedical research – JL GuĂ©net, Pasteur Institut (Paris)
shRNA mediated gene knock down adavantages/disadvantages in relation to Knock-Out – K. Thiam, GenOway, Lyon (France)
Zinc finger nuclease as tools for the generation of mutant animals – T. Cathomen, Institute of Virology, Berlin (Germany)
Knockout rats produced via embryo microinjection of designed zinc finger nucleases – R Buelow, Palo Alto (USA)
Transgenesis in non mammalian vertebrates – D Boujard, Rennes (France)
Gene inactivation by mutagenesis using N-ethyl-N-nitrosourea (ENU) – E. Cuppen, Utrech (Netherlands)
Cloning by nuclear transfer – C. Galli, Istituto Sperimentale Italiano Lazzaro Spallanzani, Cremona (Italy)
Artificial chromosome-type transgenes – L Montoliu, National Center of Biotechnology, Madrid (Spain)
Transgenesis using lentiviral vectors: examples applied to the generation of transgenic rats – I. Anegon, Nantes (France)
The analysis of immune response using mutated mice – M. Malissen, Marseille (France)
Rodent models of neurodegenerative diseases – L. Lescaudron, Nantes (France)
Knock out and knock in strategies using ES cells to generate mutant mice – M. Cohen-Tannoudji, Pasteur Institute, Paris (France)

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