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Mini-Symposia Summary
* All symposia are held in the Natcher Conference Center

Mini-Symposia Session I

Wednesday, October 3
11:00 p.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Molecular Imaging Main Auditorium
Contemporary Flow Cytometry: Analysis of Lymphocyte Function Balcony A
Mitosis and Meiosis Balcony B
Mouse Embryogenomics: Frontiers of Developmental Biology and Genomics Balcony C
Molecular Targets in Cancer Conference Room E1/E2
Neural Immune Factors in Neurocognitive Effects and Toxicity of Chemotherapy Conference Room F1/F2

Mini-Symposia Session II

Wednesday, October 3
2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Cytokines and Cytokine Receptors as Targets for Therapy Main Auditorium
Murine Models of Genetic Bone Disease Balcony A
Regulatory T cells Balcony B
Regulatory RNAs Balcony C
Cancer Vaccines Conference Room E1/E2
Understanding Multi-functional Proteins Conference Room F1/F2

Mini-Symposia Session III

Thursday, October 4
11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

New Transplantation Therapies Main Auditorium
DNA Repair, Human Disease and Aging Balcony A
Depression Balcony B
Autoimmune Diseases: Antibodies as Predictors Balcony C
Minority Health and Health Disparities Conference Room E1/E2
EUREKA II! - - The Scientific Discovery Behind Today's Medical Products Conference Room F1/F2

Mini-Symposia Session IV

Thursday, October 4
2:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Vaccination Against Infectious Diseases Main Auditorium
Reactive Oxygen Species: Roles in Normal Physiologic Function and in Disease Balcony A
Nanotechnology Balcony B
The Liver as Target and Regulator of Immune Responses to Infectious Pathogens Balcony C
Mitochondria and Apoptosis Conference Room E1/E2
Bacteriophage at the NIH: An Early Genetic Model Expands Disease Treatment and Diagnosis Conference Room F1/F2

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