Biochemistry of stress response (III-S13)

Chairs: Boris Margulis
  Gabriele Multhoff

July 10, 2013

17.00 – 17.40

Marja Jäättela   Danish Cancer Society, Copenhagen, Denmark

Hsp70 and lipid metabolism

17.40 – 18.05

Andre-Patrick Arrigo   Claude Bernard University, Lyon, France

Small stress proteins as chaperones modulating many different client proteins

18.05 – 18.30

Laszlo Vigh   Institute of Biochemistry Hungarian Acad. Sci., Szeged, Hungary

The role of membranes in the heat-stress management

18.30 – 18.55

Pierre Goloubinoff   Department of Plant Molecular Biology, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Hsp70 and Hsp60 acting as catalytic polypeptide unfolding enzymes: implications for protein misfolding diseases and aging

18.55 – 19.10

Zsolt Balogi   Center for Advanced Bioanalysis GmbH, Linz, Austria

Lysosomal rerouting of Hsp70 trafficking as a potential immune activating tool for targeting melanoma

19.10 – 19.25

Maxim Shevtsov   Institute of Cytology, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia

Exogenous heat shock protein Hsp70 cycling through cancer cells can enhance anti-tumor innate and adaptive immune response

19.25 – 19.40

Jessica Gobbo   Inserm U866, Faculty of Medicine, Dijon, France

Tumor-derived exosomes with extramembrane HSP70 : cancer therapeutic target ? 

19.40 – 19.55

Alexander Mironov   State Research Institute of Genetics and Selection of Industrial Microorganisms, Moscow, Russia

On the role of gasotransmitters in bacterial physiology