Televised Symposium: Luciferase as a Real-time Reporter of Gene Expression

Thomas M. Breeden tmb at faraday.clas.Virginia.EDU
Wed Sep 23 15:03:41 EST 1992


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The NSF Center for Biological Timing
and 
Promega Corporation
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Will Sponsor a Televised Symposium On:

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     *  Luciferase As A Real-Time Reporter of Gene Expression  *
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                       Friday, November 13, 1992
             1:00 P.M. to 3:30 P.M. Eastern Standard Time
             10:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. Pacific Standard Time

The keynote lectures will be televised via satellite to interested sites
within the United States:

Chairman: Dr. Margaret Shupnik, Center for Biological Timing and 
                          the Department of Medicine, University of Virginia

Speakers:

     The Application of Photon Counting Imaging for Biological Studies 
                  Dr. Robert Wick, Hamamatsu Corporation

     Firefly and Beetle Luciferases for Novel Gene Reporter Technology 
                  Dr. Keith Wood, Promega Corporation

     Monitoring Viral (HIV) Gene Expression in Mammalian Cells 
                  Dr. Michael White, Department of Biochemistry,
                            University of Oxford

     Dynamic Monitoring of Gene Expression in Higher Plants 
                  Dr. Steve Kay, Center for Biological Timing and 
                           the Department of Biology, University of Virginia

This program will be available, FREE OF CHARGE, to all sites in the U.S.
with satellite reception capability. We will provide you with complete
technical information and posters for local publicity. Please contact:

      Center for Biological Timing          Phone: (804) 982-5225
      Gilmer Hall                           Fax: (804) 982-5221
      University of Virginia                EMail: clock at virginia.edu
      Charlottesville, VA 22901

There will also be a limited number of spaces available for a
workshop/demonstration of Hamamatsu imaging systems on the morning of
Friday, November 13th. For registration information to attend the
symposium and demonstration on site, please contact the above address.
The onsite registration fee will be $75 for attendees from academic
institutions and $300 for corporate participants.

Additional information will also be posted on the BioTiming Bulletin Board,
on Internet (telnet minerva.acc.virginia.edu, login:biotiming).

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