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天然⽣物活性分⼦とその活性発現機構 [I] 海洋⽣物活性物質-構造と活性の多様性

開催期間 1997年10月15日(水)~1997年10月18日(土)
場所 湘南国際村センター(神奈川県三浦郡)
参加人数 招待講演者:25名
ポスター発表者:58名

組織委員

セッション

SessionA
Chemical DIversity - I

  1. Bioactive Marine Natural Products Research: Historical Perspective and Future Prospects
    [Paul J. Scheuer]
    University of Hawai'i at Manoa, USA
  2. Chemistry of Chinese Marine Organisms
    [Jingyu Su]
    Zhongshan University, China
  3. Search for Biologically Active Substances from Marine Sponges
    [Motomasa Kobayashi]
    Osaka University, Japan
  4. Bioactive Metabolites from Marine Microorganisms
    [William Fenical]
    Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego, USA
  5. Search for Lead Compounds from Marine Sponges and Tunicates
    [Nobuhiro Fusetani]
    University of Tokyo, Japan

SessionB
Chemical Diversity - II

  1. Symbiotic Marine Microorganisms as Biomedical Sources
    [Jun'ichi Kobayashi]
    Hokkaido University, Japan
  2. Activity-based Pursuit of Microalgal Metabolites: Need for Multiple and In-depth Pharmacological Studies
    [Yuzuru Shimizu]
    University of Rhode Island, USA
  3. Bioactive Marine Alkaloids
    [Daisuke Uemura]
    Nagoya University, Japan
  4. Bioactive Metabolites of New Zealand Sponges
    [Murray H. G. Munro]
    University of Canterbury, New Zealand
  5. Bioactive Substances from Marine Mollusks
    [Kiyoyuki Yamada]
    Nagoya University, Japan

SessionC
Chemical Basis for Bioactivity

  1. Application of Natural Products to Studies on the Molecular Mechanism of Intracellular Signaling
    [Yasushi ohizumi]
    Tohoku University, Japan
  2. Conus Venoms: A highly Evolved Neuropharmacological Strategy
    [Baldomero M. Olivera]
    University of Utah, USA
  3. Protein Phosphatase Inhibitors: Their Biochemical Characteristics and Physiological Applications
    [Akira Takai]
    Nagoya University, Japan
  4. Mechamisms of Binding of Protein Phosphatase Inhibitors
    [Ronald J. Quinn]
    Griffith University, Australia
  5. Action of Microtubule Inhibitors Produced by Marine Organisms
    [Shigeo Iwasaki]
    The Kitasato Institute, Japan

SessionD
Bioaccumulation and Food Chain

  1. Tumor Promoters and Cancer Inhibitors Dirived from Marine Natural Products
    [Hirota Fujiki]
    Saitama Cancer Center Research Institute, Japan
  2. Bioaccumulation of Shellfish Toxins by Molluscs from the Most Southern Regions of Chile
    [Nester Lagos]
    University of Chile, Chile
  3. Origins and Bioaccumulation Mechanism of Marine Toxins
    [Takeshi Yasumoto]
    Tohoku University, Japan
  4. The Chemical Diversity and Biosynthetic Relatedness of Dinoflagellate Polyether Metabilites
    [Jeffrey L. C. Wright]
    Institute for Marine Biosciences, National Research Council of Canada, Canada
  5. Production of Bioactive Metabolites by Symbiotic Microogranisms in Marine Sponges
    [D. John Faulkner]
    Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California at San Diego, USA

SessionE
Ecochemistry

  1. Bioluminescece Mechanism of Calcium-binding Photoproteins of the Hydrozoa
    [Yoshihiro Ohmiya]
    Shizuoka University, Japan
  2. Chemical Defenses of Seaweeds
    [Valerie J. Paul]
    University of Guam Marine Laboratory, USA
  3. Chemistry on Settlement of Marine Organisms
    [Hiroshi Hirota]
    ERATO, Japan Science and Technology Corporation, Japan
  4. A Bio-chemical Approach to Investigate the Ecology of Marine Opisthobranchs
    [Guido Cimino]
    Istituto per la Chimica di Molecole di Interesse Biologico, Italy
  5. Signal Molecules in the Jelly Coat of Starfish Eggs for the Inductin of Acrosome Reaction in Homelogous Spermatozoa
    [Motonori Hoshi]
    Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan