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The 03rd Naito Conference

Protein Translocation in the Cell [III]

Period 1993/11/02 (Tue.) - 1993/11/05 (Fri.)
Venue Naito Museum of Pharmaceutical Science and Industr(Kakamigahara-shi, Gifu-pref)
Participants Lectures:31
Posters:61

Committee

Shoji Mizushima Tokyo College of Pharmacy
Tsuneo Omura Kyushu University
Syozo Tuboi Yamagata University

Session

Session1
Protein Folding in Translocation

  1. Control of Protein Folding during Translocation across the Membranes
    [Toshiya Endo]
    Nagoya University, Japan
  2. Recognition of Nascent Chains for Targeting and Folding
    [Lila M. Gierasch]
    University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, USA
  3. The Structural States of Globular Proteins Recognized by the Chaperonin GroEL
    [Kunihiro Kuwajima]
    University of Tokyo, Japan
  4. Mechanisms of Chaperone-Assisted Protein Folding
    [Franz-Ulrich Hartl]
    Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, USA
  5. Function of Collagen-specific Molecular Chaperone, HSP47
    [Kazuhiro Nagata]
    Kyoto University, Japan

Session2
Protein Translocation across Membranes

  1. GTPase Domain Mutants of the Signal Recognition particle in Saccaromyces Cerevisiae: Isolation and Characterization
    [Yoshihiro Amaya]
    Yokohama City University, Japan
  2. Signal Sequence Recognition in Protein Translocation across the Membrane of the Endoplasmic Reticulum
    [Bernhard Dobberstein]
    University of Heidelberg, Germany
  3. Protein Translocation and Integration Components in the Escherichia Coli Membrane
    [Sanford M. Simon]
    Rockefeller University, USA
  4. Genetic Dissection of the Protein Translocation and Integration Components of the E. coli Membrane
    [Koreaki Ito]
    Kyoto University, Japan
  5. E. coli Preprotein Translocase
    [William Tobey Wickner]
    Dartmouth Medical School, USA
  6. Molecular Mechanisms of Protein Translocation across the Cytoplasmic Membrane in Escherichia Coli
    [Shoji Mizushima]
    Tokyo College of Pharmacy, Japan

Session3
Vesicular Transplrt (I)

  1. COPs: Coat Proteins Essential in Membrane Transport between the ER and Golgi Complex
    [Thomas E. Kreis]
    Universite de Geneve, Switzerland
  2. Molecular Mechanisms of Dynamic Vesicular Traffic between ER and Golgi
    [Akihiko Nakano]
    University of Tokyo, Japan
  3. The Role of Membrane Traffic in the Localization and Dynamics of the Golgi Complex
    [Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz]
    National Institute of Health, USA
  4. Transport and Localization of the Proprotein-processing Enzyme Furin to the Golgi Complex
    [Yukio Ikehara]
    Fukuoka University, Japan
  5. Cell Type Specificity in Golgi Retention or Varidation in Controlling Protein Exit from the Golgi
    [Wanjin Hong]
    National University of Singapore, Singapore

Session4
Vesicular Transport (II)

  1. Signal Transduction Complex Essential for Protein Sorting in the Yeast Secretory Pathway
    [Scott D. Emr]
    University of California, San Diego, USA
  2. From Budding to Fusion: Sequential Steps in Vesicular Transport
    [Thomas Sollner]
    Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, USA
  3. Rab3A, Rabphilin-3A and Rab GDI
    [Yoshimi Takai]
    Kobe University, Japan
  4. Regulation of Exocytosis in Yeast
    [Peter Novick]
    Yale University, USA
  5. Molecular Sorting of Membrane Proteins during Intracellular Transport
    [Ira Mellman]
    Yale University, USA
  6. Sorting of Surface Proteins and Lipids in the Trans Golgi Network of MDCK Cells
    [Kai Simons]
    European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany

Session5
Nuclear Targeting

  1. The Correlation of Structure and Function of Nuclear Targeting Signals: The Signal is Usually Patched
    [Masato Tanaka]
    Mitsubishi Kasei Institute of Life Sciences, Japan
  2. Regulation of Nuclear Import of v-Jun by Phosphorylation
    [Kazuhiro Chiba]
    University of Tokyo, Japan
  3. Nuclear Transport Pathways
    [David S. Goldfarb]
    University of Rochester, USA
  4. Analysis of Molecules Involved in Nuclear Protein Transport
    [Yoshihiro Yoneda]
    Osaka University, Japan
  5. Biochemical Analysis of Nuclear Protein Import
    [Larry Gerace]
    The Scripps Research Institute, USA

Session6
Protein Import into Mitochondria

  1. Protein Import into Mitochondria in Higher Animals : Structure and Function of Cytosolic Factor(s)
    [Masataka Mori]
    Kumamoto University, Japan
  2. Gene Products Which Interact with Isp42p, an Outer Membrane Protein Required for Import
    [Michael G. Douglas]
    University of North Carolina, USA
  3. Cytosolic Protein Factor Required for Mitochondrial Protein Import
    [Tsuneo Omura]
    Kyushu University, Japan
  4. Translocation of Preproteins across the Mitochondrial Membranes
    [Nickolaus Pfanner]
    Albert-Lutwigs-University, Germany