コンファレンス

第02回 内藤コンファレンス

細胞における蛋白質移行 [II]

開催期間 1992年10月25日(日)~1992年10月28日(水)
場所 内藤記念くすり博物館・内藤記念ホール(岐阜県各務原市)
参加人数 招待講演者:21名
ポスター発表者:50名

組織委員

Tsuneo Omura Kyushu University
Shoji Mizushima The University of Tokyo
Syozo Tuboi Yamagata University

セッション

Session1
Molecular Chaperones in Intracellular Protein Traffic

  1. Folding and Unfolding of Proteins in the Endoplasmic Reticulum
    [Ari Helenius]
    Yale University School of Medicine, USA
  2. Involvement of the Stress rotein HSP47 in Procollagen Processing in the ER: A Model for Substrate-specific Molecular Chaperone
    [Kazuhiro Nagata]
    Chest Disease Research Institute, Kyoto University, Japan
  3. A Cytosolic ATP-dependent Conformational Modulator for Mitochondrial Precursor Proteins
    [Katsuyoshi Mihara]
    Graduate School of Mecical Science, Kyushu University, Japan

Session2
Molecular Mechanism of Vesicle Transport

  1. G Protein Regulation of Vesicular Transport between the Endoplasmic Reticulum and the Gilgi Complex
    [William E. Balch]
    The Scripps Research Institute, USA
  2. Regulation of Vesicular Membrane Traffic between ER and Golgi.
    [Akihiko Nakano]
    Faculty of Science, Univestity of Tokyo, Japan
  3. Both Gs α and βγ subunits of the Heterotrimeric G protein, Gs Control the Transcytosis of the Poly-Immunoglobulin Receptor
    [Morgane Bomsel]
    Pasteur Institute, France
  4. Fusion Between Endosomes and Autolysosomes in a Cell-free System
    [Masaru Himeno]
    Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyushu University, Japan

Session3
Mechanism of Protein Translocation across Membranes

  1. Components and Mechanisms Involved in Protein Translocation across the ER Membrane
    [Tom A. Rapoport]
    Max-DelbruckーCentrum fur Moleculare Medizin, Germany
  2. Oligosaccaryltransferase and the SRP Receptor: Structural and Functional Analysis of Two COmponents of the ER translocation
    [Reid Gilmore]
    University of Massachusetts Mecical Schoool, USA
  3. Biochemical Studies of E. coli Protein Translocation Machinery Reconstituted from Purified Sec Proteins
    [Hajime Tokuda]
    Institute of Applied Microbiology, University of Tokyo, Japan
  4. The Sec A and Sec Y Subunits of Translocase are the Nearest Neighbors of the Translocating Preprotein
    [John C. Joly]
    Molecular Biology Institute, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

Session4
Protein Import into Mitochindria and Chloroplasts

  1. Transport of Proteins to and across the Envelope Membranes of Chloroplasts
    [Kenneth Keegstra]
    Department of Botany, Univesity of Wisconsin, USA
  2. Plastid Import and Fe-S Cluster Assembly of Ferredoxin Isoproteins in Higher Plant Cells
    [Toshiharu Hase]
    Institute for Protein Research, Osaka University, Japan
  3. Pathways and Components of Protein Import in Mitochindria
    [Roland Lill]
    Institut fur Physiologische Chemie der Universitat Munchen, Germany
  4. Protein Components Participating in the Import of Mitochondrial Protein Precursors
    [Hideyu Ono]
    Yamagata Univesity School of Medicine, Japan
  5. Generic Characterization of Sorting to the Mitochondrial Intermembrane Space
    [Ellen M. Beasley]
    Biozentrum der Universitat Basel, Switzerland

Session5
Special Topics in Intracellular Protein Translocation Studies

  1. Mechanism of Post-translational Sorting of Proteins into Endoplasmic Reticulum Membrane
    [Akio Ito]
    Faculty of Science, Kyushu University, Japan
  2. Insertion of Microsomal Aldehyde Dehydrogenase into ER membrane
    [Ryuichi Masaki]
    Kansai Medical University, Japan
  3. Transcriptional Determination of Dual Organelle Localization of Rat Liver Serine: Pyruvate / Alanine: Glyoxylate Aminotransferase
    [Toshiaki Oda]
    Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Japan
  4. Molecular Evolution of Alanine: Glyoxylate Aminotransferase. Intracellular Targeting and Its Relationship to Disease
    [Christopher J. Danpure]
    MRC Clunical Research Centre, UK
  5. In Vivo Import of Firefly Luciferase into the Glycosomes of Trypanosoma Brucei and Mutational Analysis of the C-Terminal Targeting Signal
    [Ching Chung Wang]
    Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of California, San Francisco, USA