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Workshop: Reconstructing the organization of cancer genomes

Layla Oesper, Benjamin J. Raphael
2013 2013 IEEE 3rd International Conference on Computational Advances in Bio and medical Sciences (ICCABS)  
METHODS We describe two algorithms for reconstructing the complex organization of cancer genomes from high-throughput DNA sequencing data.  ...  PREGO uses both discordant and concordant reads across the entire genome to reconstruct the most likely sequence of blocks or segments from the reference genome that "spell out" the organization of the  ... 
doi:10.1109/iccabs.2013.6629237 dblp:conf/iccabs/OesperR13 fatcat:jhwk44obyfgljopk6hsrjbdkjy


2013 Experimental animals  
Preparation of the excellent sections needs dexterous manipulation, and is time-consuming. Reconstruction of the 3D images from the 2D section information is arduous task.  ...  In this workshop, we would like to introduce an improved method to obtain high resolution of 2D and 3D images of soft tissues in mouse embryos using the micro-CT with inorganic iodine as a contrast reagent  ...  From 2010, we have started to study the mechanisms of senescence-and cancer-resistance in NMRs.  ... 
doi:10.1538/expanim.62.s25 fatcat:snglwjul5femziivxnbljd4ele

Workshop Abstracts

2021 Turk biyokimya dergisi = Turkish journal of biochemistry  
of organs.  ...  To understand the mechanism underlying cancer invasion, intravasation and survival at circulations, the complex cellular microenvironment needs to be deconstructed and reconstructed to develop more predictable  ... 
doi:10.1515/tjb-2021-46s106 fatcat:xeg5fnztfrcqlgeeqw6qij2z64


2021 Nippon Saikingaku Zasshi  
Comprehensive analysis of the fecal microbiota of healthy Japanese adults ○Kaihei Oki (Yakult Central Inst.) 日本では,地域によって様々な食事・生活習慣が発達してきているが, これらが腸内細菌叢構成に与える影響ついては,十分に解析されてい なかった。  ...  Although shotgun metagenomic sequencing is widely used to study uncultured microbes, it is difficult to reconstruct strain-level genomes from a complex mixture of fragmented genomic sequences.In this study  ...  Importantly, KD of PDH in cancer cells inhibited its growth even though they exhibit typical cancer metabolism.  ... 
doi:10.3412/jsb.76.43 pmid:33627535 fatcat:3rtrjdysibhmffc5tbhbzyiiva

German-Catalan workshop on epigenetics and cancer

Miguel Vizoso, Manel Esteller
2013 Epigenetics  
From the beginning, the relevance of "omics" and the advances in genome-wide analysis platforms, which allow cancer to be studied in a more comprehensive and inclusive way, was very clear.  ...  , lung, neuroblastoma, leukemia, and lymphoma cancers. the workshop also provided an interesting forum for pediatrics, and focused on the need to improve the treatment of childhood tumors in order to avoid  ...  Tanya Vavouri (Institute of Predictive and Personalized Medicine of Cancer, IMPPC, Barcelona, Spain) focused on the chromatin organization of the male germline.  ... 
doi:10.4161/epi.25856 pmid:23884202 pmcid:PMC3883777 fatcat:wb3i7xetzjhfhjvu2hw2xtsf4u

Workshops (WS1-1 – WS15-5)

2012 Genes & Genetic Systems  
We will discuss the involvement of mtDNA in the lifespan determination in Drosophila.  ...  Studies on lifespan of the mitochondrial transformants in D. melanogaster We have obtained mitochondrial transformants in Drosophila melanogaster by the replacement of endogenous mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA  ...  This finding may suggest that plants are more tolerant toward genome reconstruction than other organisms.  ... 
doi:10.1266/ggs.87.375 fatcat:sbpxpzwv5fhjhe3xvyjtxzshhy

Workshop Abstracts (ECTS/IBMS 2015)

2015 IBMS BoneKEy  
mechanical substrate for tissue reconstruction.  ...  The mechanism by which these inductive scaffold tissues facilitate constructive tissue remodeling include recruitment of endogenous stem cells, modulation of the host innate immune response, and the temporary  ...  An overview of the initiated phase I/II clinical TraVaSc trial (tracheal reconstruction), the preclinical trial for the treatment of critical bone size defect (BoneVaSc) and the application as SkinVaSc  ... 
doi:10.1038/bonekey.2015.49 fatcat:yhtfawfy6zhhnkaon6zdbmf3fu

Workshop (W1-1 - W12-5)

2010 Genes & Genetic Systems  
The evolutionary study of sensory organs aims not only at determining the evolution of the particular organs but also at understanding the role of the organs in the species evolution.  ...  In this workshop, how we try to make artificial bacteria with designed genome is main subject.  ... 
doi:10.1266/ggs.85.443 fatcat:fwug7ng2t5gxjoyovs7r5fofie

Workshops (W1-1 - W14-5)

2009 Genes & Genetic Systems  
Our results are also useful to understand the genetic diversity of other terrestrial animals on the Japanese archipelago. Genes Genet. Syst. (2009) 84 Workshops (W1-1 -W14-5) 485  ...  the western half of the species range.  ...  mushroom and a model organism for white-rot fungi degrading plant cell wall lignin.  ... 
doi:10.1266/ggs.84.485 fatcat:s56b5mruv5gqpa7c5joruxkdr4


2019 Nippon Saikingaku Zasshi  
Tokyo) Understanding how tightly genotypes control phenotypes of organisms in given environments is a fundamental problem of genetics.  ...  These microbes are associated with the development and regulation of various host diseases including inflammatory bowel diseases, metabolic diseases, cancer, and infection.  ... 
doi:10.3412/jsb.74.23 fatcat:nxamuyhmynbdtgjwafq2owf4fy

Cell-to-cell communication in cancer: workshop report

Maja H Oktay, Yi-Fen Lee, Allison Harney, Dorothy Farrell, Nastaran Z Kuhn, Stephanie A Morris, Emily Greenspan, Suresh Mohla, Piotr Grodzinski, Larry Norton
2015 npj Breast Cancer  
The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, in collaboration with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and the National Cancer Institute, co-organized a workshop as an opportunity for leading researchers  ...  Emerging technologies are capable of revealing data on the physical characteristics of cells, differences in the genome and proteome between cancerous and healthy cells, and variations in distinct cell  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We are grateful to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation for its financial and logistical support of this meeting and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center for providing space and administrative  ... 
doi:10.1038/npjbcancer.2015.22 pmid:28722033 pmcid:PMC5515200 fatcat:ild23slhlbagnmimeeg4k2po2u

Workshops (W1-01 - W17-06)

2011 Genes & Genetic Systems  
to improve the designs of genomic sequences that confer a desired function on an organism.  ...  In this workshop, practical approach to make artificial life with designed genome is main subject.  ...  It has been said that the 21st century will be the era of genome science, and that knowledge and understanding of genetic variation both within and among species will be necessary particularly in terms  ... 
doi:10.1266/ggs.86.383 fatcat:dncb4qzffvemjj4f7ke4swelle

Traumatic Wound Microbiome Workshop

B. C. Kirkup, D. W. Craft, T. Palys, C. Black, R. Heitkamp, C. Li, Y. Lu, N. Matlock, C. McQueary, A. Michels, G. Peck, Y. Si (+3 others)
2012 Microbial Ecology  
Acknowledgments The Command of the WRAIR, particularly Col. KE Kester, MC, and the Science Director, Dr. MT Vahey, is acknowledged for supporting and financing the workshop. Spc. Saini and Spc.  ...  The opinions or assertions contained herein are the private views of the author, and are not to be construed as official, or as reflecting true views of the Department of the Army or the Department of  ...  The workshop was supported by the WRAIR commander, funded by the Science Director, and organized by the Department of Wound Infections within the Center of Excellence in Infectious Diseases (Bacterial  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00248-012-0070-6 pmid:22622764 fatcat:giitbl2pxbevjb3vck65kzllim

Abstracts: Workshop on Nanomaterial Safety: Biomarkers

2012 Pteridines  
the genomic based tools.  ...  host's immune system with the malignant cancer.  ...  Accordingly, while the therapeutic application of iron for the treatment of ACD is risky and may cause exacerbation of the underlying disease in infection and cancer, treatment of ACD with iron in rheumatic  ... 
doi:10.1515/pteridines.2012.23.1.39 fatcat:6yravuu4yfdnxnwotbrygr2wju

35th International Winter Workshop

2016 Pteridines  
The increase of the neurotoxic catabolite 3-HK compared to the neuroprotective KynA might be another puzzle stone to the etiology of cognitive deficits in BD.  ...  If separated for gender, the results only remained significant in male individuals with BD. The results give further evidence for the involvement of TRYCATs in the pathophysiology of BD.  ...  study on the model organism D.discoideum.  ... 
doi:10.1515/pterid-2016-0002 fatcat:4nopcsj4wvhyxnxgudc5ugjcgu
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