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Membrane, Morphology and Function

Meeting: Membrane, Morphology and Function

Organized by the Biochemical Society and the Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS)


Speaker: Dr. Ainara Cano

Talk title:  Deciphering non alcoholic fatty-liver disease lipidomic fluxes

Time of slot:  11:20 - 11:35

Date: Wednesday 7 May 2014


Monday, May 5, 2014 - Thursday, May 8, 2014


Hotel del Camerlengo
Fara San Martino
Abruzzo 66015 Italy


The functions of cells that lead to the exquisite processes of organismal development rely on communication. Signals are necessary for cells to communicate and cooperate with each other, alter their programs of gene expression and fates, and reorganise themselves into a diversity of shapes and sizes. Most of these signalling pathways travel across cell membranes. Due to the advances in the analytical tools, which can be applied to membrane morphology, new opportunities exist now to understand these signalling mechanisms.

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