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Concurrent Symposia Sessions

Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Natcher Conference Center
Symposia Session III
Conference Room E1/E2

Protein Networks in Human Health
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Co-Chairs: Salvatore Sechi, NIDDK and Mark Knepper, NHLBI

High throughput methods such as protein mass spectrometry and yeast 2-hybrid analysis are yielding unprecedented amounts of data addressing physiological mechanisms in cells. Interpreting such data presents new challenges that require rethinking our standard epistemological approaches. In this symposium, we emphasize the use of large-scale data acquisition techniques and computational tools for the characterization of protein networks and their relevance to human health.


What Large-scale Phosphoproteomics is Telling Us About the Vasopressin Signaling Network in Kidney
Jason Hoffert, NHLBI

Inferring Protein and Domain Interactions from Evolutionary Principles
Teresa Przytycka, NLM/NCBI

Proteomic Approaches to the Systems Biology of the Mitochondria
Robert Balaban, NHLBI

Deciphering Network Architecture with Molecular Interaction Maps
Kurt Kohn, NCI

Analysis of Tyrosine Phosphorylation in Cellular Networks by Quantitative Mass Spectrometry
Aleksandra Nita-Lazar, NIAID

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