Cell biology and cell interactions in development

Colloque organisé par Fotis C. Kafatos (Harvard University and Crete University) du 23 au 28 mai 1988.

Communications

  • Bruce Alberts (University California San Francisco) : Cell Biology of early Drosophila development
  • Kathryn V. Anderson (University California Berkeley) : The dorsal-ventral pattern of the Drosophila embryo
  • Spyros Artavanis-Tsakonas (Yale University) : Molecular biology or neurogenesis in Drosophila
  • Nicholas H. Brown (Harvard University) : The position-specific antigens in Drosophila
  • Richard Fehon (Yale University) : Characterization of the notch protein in Drosophila
  • Larry Goldstein (Harvard University) : Molecular genetics of cytoskeletal proteins in Drosophila
  • Corey S. Goodman (University California Berkeley) : Cell recognition during neuronal development
  • Christo Goridis (CNRS Marseille, INSERM) : Molecular genetics of rodent NCAM
  • Ralph J. Greenspan (Roche Institute of Molecular Biology) : Genetic studies of neural-epidermal determination in Drosophila
  • John B. Gurdon (Cambridge University) : Mesoderm-forming induction in amphibia
  • Ari Helenius (Yale University) : Cell biology of virus, cell interactions
  • François Jacob (Institut Pasteur) : Retroviruses as tools to study the development of mouse embryo
  • Fotis C. Kafatos (Harvard University and Crete University) : Summary
  • Régis Kelly (University California San Francisco) : Development of nerve terminals
  • Daniel P. Kiehart (Harvard University) : Contractile protein function in Drosophila embryogenesis
  • Nicole Le Douarin (CNRS, Nogent-sur-Marne) : Quail/Chick chimeras to study nervous stystem development
  • Daniel Louvard (Institut Pasteur) : Brush border assembly and differentiation of intestinal cells
  • Ira Mellman (Yale University) : Membrane traffic and intracellular recognition
  • Mark S. Mooseker (Yale University) : Assembly of the membrane skeleton
  • Daniel St Johnston (Harvard University) : The role of the gene in Drosophila development
  • Michael Wilcox (Medical Research Council (MRC) Laboratory for Molecular Biology, Cambridge) : Fly integrins