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Title Keystone Symposia on Small Regulatory RNAs (4.14~18/DCC, Daejeon)
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Keystone Symposia on Small Regulatory RNAs
(4.14~18/DCC, Daejeon)

Daejeon Convention Center | Daejeon, South Korea | April 14–18, 2019

Scientific organizers:
V. Narry Kim, Institute for Basic Science, South Korea
Gregory J. Hannon, University of Cambridge, UK
Lin He, University of California, Berkeley, USA
Victor R. Ambros, University of Massachusetts, USA

Developed in collaboration with the Institute for Basic Science

Small regulatory RNAs are integral players in eukaryotic gene regulation, and are involved in numerous developmental and pathological pathways. Although the field has been making remarkable progresses in recent years, it still has a number of seminal questions. We need to understand how cell signaling pathways are connected to small RNA pathways, how small RNAs are regulated and function during cell fate transition, how small RNAs interact with subcellular compartments, if and how they are transported between cells, and how small RNAs participate in immune response. We also need to gain a systemic view of small RNAs and their targets in the context of gene network, and to understand their involvements in human diseases, not just cancer but also other genetic and metabolic disorders. This conference brings together scientists studying diverse animal and plant model organisms, which will offer an opportunity to understand the mechanism and function of small RNAs in an evolutionary and physiological context. The symposium will also bridge the gaps between fundamental knowledge, clinical needs and technical development by addressing issues such as small RNA involvement in diseases, in vivo delivery of RNA and technical challenges in RNA detection at single-molecule and single-cell levels. Compared with other conferences on RNA, this conference is unique in that it focuses on small regulatory RNAs, yet it is highly diverse in research approaches and biological systems. It will serve as a central forum for the small RNA community.

Session Topics:
• MicroRNA Biogenesis and Turnover
• MicroRNA Function in Development and Stem Cells
• MicroRNA Function in Disease
• Small RNAs as Therapeutic and Diagnostic Tools
• Mechanism of RNA Silencing
• Lessons from CRISPR
• Diverse Small RNA Pathways

Visit www.keystonesymposia.org/19D7 for more details.

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