12th BL & CL Symposium, Cambridge, UK; April 2002
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12th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON BIOLUMINESCENCE & CHEMILUMINESCENCE
SYMPOSIUM WEBSITE: http://www.lumiweb.com
DATES: 5-9 APRIL 2002
VENUE: Robinson College, University of Cambridge, UK
ABSTRACT DEADLINE: 19 November 2002
EARLY REGISTRATION: 19 November 2002
This symposium, which is held in association with the International Society for Bioluminescence & Chemiluminescence (ISBC), is the next in the biennial series that was started in 1978.
Please visit the Symposium web site http://www.lumiweb.com as it has just been updated and now contains full information about the meeting.
The content will again be broad, and include all aspects of fundamental and basic science as well as the wide range of applications that now depend on these technologies.
The Symposium will be held in April 2002 at Robinson College, University of Cambridge, UK. Robinson College is well designed to host conferences and has excellent en suite accommodation. All Symposium activities will be held at the College. More details about Robinson College can be found at http://www.robinson.cam.ac.uk.
The Symposium will start the evening of Friday 5 April and finish at midday Tuesday 9 April. Registration and accommodation details are available at http://www.lumiweb.com. Those who register for the Symposium by 19 November 2001 (this date is also the Abstract deadline date) will get a preferential rate and current Members of the ISBC are entitled to a further reduction.
The Symposium will consist of presentations (both oral and poster). There will be also be an exhibition of equipment and reagents. Workshops are also planned.
Email: symposium at lumiweb.com.
Abstracts are invited for oral and poster presentations.
Deadline for Abstracts: 19 November 2001. See http://www.lumiweb.com for further information.
Accepted abstracts will be published in the journal "Luminescence" (publisher, John Wiley & Sons).
Manuscripts will be invited from authors making presentations and these will be published in a Proceedings volume which will be sent after the Symposium and free-of-charge to each registered delegate.
The International Society for Bioluminescence & Chemiluminescence (ISBC) is taking responsibility for the scientific programme (Programme Co-Chairs: Professor Tony Campbell (University of Wales College of Medicine), Dr Phil Hill (University of Nottingham, UK) and Professor Peter Herring (Southampton Oceanography Centre, UK) Past President of ISBC). The DeLuca Prize sponsored by Berthold Technologies http://www.berthold-online.com will be open to presenters under the age of 35 years and will be judged by the ISBC.
TOPICS FOR THE SYMPOSIUM WILL INCLUDE (but are not restricted to)
(A) BASIC SCIENCE OF BIOLUMINESCENCE & CHEMILUMINESCENCE:
>> Detection, measurement and imaging of luminescent reactions
>> Chemistry of chemiluminescent reactions
>> Reaction mechanisms
>> Chemiluminescent labels, dioxetanes, acridans etc.
>> Oxygen and other free radicals
>> Standard light sources
>> Biochemistry of luminous organisms [firefly, Vibrio, Beneckea, Renilla etc.]
>> Luciferases and luciferins
>> Quorum sensing and autoinducers
>> Genetic engineering of bioluminescence enzymes
>> Circadian phenomena
>> Cellular luminescence
>> Oceanic bioluminescence
>> Behaviour and ecology of luminous species
(B) APPLICATIONS OF BIOLUMINESCENCE & CHEMILUMINESCENCE:
>> Luminescent reporter genes including lux, luc and green fluorescent protein (GFP)
>> High-throughput screening using luminescence
>> Imaging techniques for cells, tissues and whole organisms
>> Imaging of arrays
>> Blot hybridisation with chemiluminescence detection
>> Luminescence-coupled assays
>> Luminescent biosensors
>> Cellular luminescence in clinical medicine
>> Phagocytosis and disease
>> ATP assays (e.g. for hygiene of food, water, clinical samples)
>> Green fluorescent protein applications
>> Luminometers and instrumentation
>> Imaging devices
>> Chemiluminescence and fluorescence for in-situ hybridisation
>> Use of luminescence as an educational tool
>> Phagocytosis and cellular luminescence
>> Ultra-weak chemiluminescence
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