コンファレンス

第06回 内藤コンファレンス

形態形成プログラム:多細胞生物のパターン形成

開催期間 1995年11月01日(水)~1995年11月04日(土)
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:27名
ポスター発表者:57名

組織委員

Goro Eguchi Okazaki National Research Institute
Masatoshi Takeichi Kyoto University
The Research Group

セッション

SessionI
Early Embryogenesis and Cell Fate Determination

  1. The role of BMPs in the regulation of early embryogenesis
    [Naoto Ueno]
    Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Hokkaido University, Japan
  2. A unifying model for the dorso-ventral patterning of medoderm and ectoderm
    [Yoshiki Sasai]
    University of California Los Angeles, School of Medicine, USA
  3. Involvement of the MAP kinase cascade in Xenopus oocyte maturation and early development
    [Eisuke Nishida]
    Institute for Virus Research, Kyoto University, Japan
  4. Molecular Mechanisms underlying muscle cell differentiation in the ascidian embryo
    [Noriyuki Satoh]
    Kyoto University, Graduate School of Science, Japan
  5. Morphpgenesis of the skeleton of sea urchin embryos
    [Fred H. Wilt]
    University of California, Berkeley, USA

SessionII
Cell Interactions and Patterning Signals

  1. The role of Drosophila Armadillo in adherens junctions and cell signaling
    [Mark Peifer]
    University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
  2. Control of Drosophila Limb pattern by secreted signaling proteins
    [Konrad Basler]
    Zoologisches Institut, Universitat Zurich, Switzerland
  3. Hedgehog signalling in Drosophila and vertebrate development
    [Philip William Ingham]
    Imperial Cancer Research Fund, UK
  4. Role of Hox Genes on limb pattern formation
    [Atushi Kuroiwa]
    School of Science, Nagoya University, Japan
  5. Regulation of pattern in the vertebrate limb
    [Cliff Tabin]
    Harvard Medical School, USA
  6. Segmental organization of the Dorosophila brain controlled by the homebox genes orthodenticle and empty spiracles
    [Katsuo Furukubo-Tokunaga]
    Institute of Biological Sciences, Tsukuba University, Japan

SessionIII
Vertebrate Morphogenetic Genes

  1. Genetic analysis of pattern formation in the Zebrafish embryo
    [Wolfgang Driever]
    Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, USA
  2. Regulation of mammalian neural development by helix-loop-helix factors
    [Ryuichiro Kageyama]
    Kyoto University Faculty of Medicine, Japan
  3. Mouse Otx and Emx functions in the formation and patterning of rostral head
    [Shinichi Aizawa]
    Kumamoto University School of Medicine, Japan
  4. Embryogenesis of a gene trap mutant mouse, jumonji
    [Takashi Takeuchi]
    Mitsubishi Kasei institute of Life Sciences, Japan
  5. L-maf function in crystallin gene regulation and lens differentiation
    [Kunio Yasuda]
    Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

SessionIV
Molecular Aspects of Regulation

  1. Cellular and Molecular basis of lens regeneration
    [Goro Eguchi]
    National Institute of Basic Biology, Japan
  2. RA and Rb in amphiibian limb regeneration
    [Elly M. Tanaka]
    Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, University College London, UK
  3. Gene expression in the life cycle and the in vivo transdifferentiation of striated muscle cells of a hydrozoan medusa
    [Volker Schmid]
    Institute of Zoology, Switzerland
  4. Planarian as a Laboratory animal for regeneration
    [Kenji Watanabe]
    Himeji Institute of Technology, Japan
  5. Planarian homeoboxes: Potential roles in pattern restoration during regeneration
    [Emili Salo]
    Fucultat de Biologia, Universtitat de Barcelona, Spain

SessionV
Axon Guidance and Neural Pattern Formation

  1. A suppressor screen for elucidating the UNC5/UNC-6 axon guidance signaling pathway in C. elegans
    [Joseph G. Culotti]
    Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute of Mount Sinai Hospital, Canada
  2. Molecular genetic analysis of neuromuscular connectivity in Drosophila
    [Akinao Nose]
    National Institute for Basic BIology, Japan
  3. A stereotyped spatial map of sensory input in the olfactory bulb
    [Linda B. Buck]
    Harvard Medical School, USA
  4. The retinotectal projection, in vivo Ftudies
    [Friedrich Bonhoeffer]
    Max-Planck-institut fur Entwicklungsbiologie, Germany
  5. Roles of a membrane protein, neuropilin, in morphpgenesis
    [Hajime Fujisawa]
    Nagoya University School of Science, Japan
  6. Cadherins in CNS development
    [Masatoshi Takeichi]
    Kyoto University Fuculty of Science, Japan