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11th EMBL Conference

Transcription and Chromatin

EMBL Heidelberg, Germany Saturday 23 August - Tuesday 26 August 2014 Registration deadline: Sunday 13 July 2014
Abstract deadline: Sunday 1 June 2014
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Why You Should Attend

This conference has played a very important role in the transcription field over the past 20 years, being both very well attended and generating highly interactive discussions.
Check out the video for a quick overview of the 2012 meeting.

  • Summary
    The EMBL Transcription and Chromatin meeting has a long-standing tradition in shaping the field of transcriptional regulation. The meeting brings together leading experts covering all aspects of transcription from cis-regulatory function, long range regulation, 3-dimensional looping, the basal transcriptional machinery, RNA polymerase regulation and function, nucleosome positioning, chromatin modifications, chromatin remodelling, and epigenetic inheritance of transcriptional silencing. The meeting contains many talks selected from the abstracts that are interspersed with invited speakers, discussing the latest breakthroughs in transcriptional regulation.
  • Aims of event
    The conference is designed to promote interactive discussions at both the talks and poster sessions. Given the excellent line up of speakers and the meeting’s outstanding reputation, this is a ‘must’ attend for anyone interested in cutting edge research in transcription.
  • Topics
    • Activators, enhancer function, evolution and modelling
    • Long range transcriptional regulation and enhancers
    • General basal transcriptional machinery
    • Pol II function, pausing and the role of RNA in transcription
    • Chromatin modifications and transcription
    • Transcriptional regulation during cell fate decisions - stem cell reprogramming and normal embryonic development

 

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