NEURONAL SIGNALLING at the SEB

Julian Dow GBAA02 at udcf.gla.ac.uk
Fri Feb 25 08:32:25 EST 1994


Society for Experimental Biology
SWANSEA, UK. 11-15 April 1994

NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN NEURONAL SIGNALLING
Organised by M. Elphick and J. Dow

R. Knowles (Wellcome)
Gaseous neurotransmission. [AC1.11

G. Burnstock (UCL)
Purinergic neurotransmission. lAC1.2]

F. Libert (Brussels)
G-protein linked neuroreceptors [AC1.3]

G. Uhl (John Hopkins)
Neurotransmitter transporters. [AC1.4]

A. Turner (Leeds)
Neuropeptidases [AC 1 5]

J. Davies (Sussex)
Neuronal signalling in Drosophila. [AC1.6]

K. Cox and J. Burke (Sussex); C. Tensen, E. Vreugdenhill and H. van
Heerikhuizen (Amsterdam)
Characterization of G-protein coup]ed receptors in the CNS of Lymnaea.
[AC1.7]

J. Picot, A. Linacre, M. Elphick and M. O'Shea (Sussex)
Cloning and sequencing of guanylyl cyclases from the CNS of Lymnaea.
[AC1.8]

D. Willoughby, M. Yeoman and P. Benjamin (Sussex) 
Second messenger targets for FMRFamide and novel peptides encoded on the
same gene of the pond snail Lymnaea stagnalis. [AC1.9]

Session supported by Zeneca, Pfizer and Merck Sharp & Dohme


For further details, registration etc. contact
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  Piccadilly, LONDON  W1V 0LQ, UK
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Full listing of sessions:

ANIMAL BIOLOGY SESSIONS
Physiological Aspects of Cell Culture
Pattern and 3D Vision in Insects
Comparative Haematology and Immunology
Cells, Surfaces and Biotechnology
Mechanisms of Learning and Memory
Molecular Physiology of Growth
General Respiration
General Biomechanics
General Neurobiology
Minisymposium: Adaptations in Stenohaline and Euryhaline Aquatic Organisms
Recent Advances in Methods for Peptide Characterization
Biomechanics of Growth and Form
General Comparative Endocrinology

CELL BIOLOGY SESSIONS
Signal Transduction Through Adhesion and Growth Factor Receptors
New Developments in Neuronal Signalling
New Insights into Epithelial-Mesenchymal Interactions and Organogenesis

PLANT BIOLOGY SESSIONS
Scaling-Up: Principles and Applications of Scaling-Up; Plant Scale
Processes, Remote Sensing, Geographic Information Systems and Data, 
Regional and Landscape Scale Processes
Plant Molecular Biology
Processing; Community Processes
Phytoalexins: Elicitation, Metabolism and Role in Resistance
Journal of Experimental Botany Symposium - Growth in Planta
Transgenes and the Environment
Polyamines
Environment and Plant Metabolism



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Julian Dow, Department of Cell Biology, University of Glasgow, 
Glasgow G12 8QQ, UK
+44 (0)41 330 4616 Phone               +44 (0)41 330 4501 FAX



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