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Kolokvium Oocyte day

Přírodovědecká fakulta UK ve spolupráci s Ústavem živočišné fyziologie a genetiky AV ČR srdečně zve všechny zájemce na Oocyte day, který se koná v úterý 22. ledna 2019 od 10 hod ve Viničné 7, Praha 2. Jedním z řečníků bude i prof. Takeo Kishimoto! Vstup je volný a na základě registrace.
Čas 22.01.2019
od 10:00 do 16:00
Přidat událost do kalendáře Google
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KDY: úterý 22. ledna 2019
KDE: posluchárna Fotochemie, Viničná 7, Praha 2

Vstup volný

REGISTRACE ZDE

Preliminary program:

 

In commemoration of the half-centennial anniversary of identification of starfish 1-methyladenine, the first oocyte maturation hormone in metazoans: Its signaling pathways that lead to meiotic G2/M-phase transition
Takeo Kishimoto, Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, Japan

Mammalian oocyte surgery
Josef Fulka, Institute of Animal Science, Prague – Uhrineves, Czech Republic

Chromosome-specific errors in meiosis shape the J curve of human aneuploid conceptions
Jennifer Rose Gruhn, University of Copenhagen, DNRF Center for Chromosome Stability, Copenhagen, Denmark

Roles of three Aurora kinases (A, B, C) in spindle formation and chromosome segregation during mammalian oocyte meiosis
David Drutovic, Institute of Animal Physiology and Genetics ASCR, Pigmod Centre,
Libechov, Czech Republic

Human egg maturity assessment for optimal timing of in vitro fertilization
Zuzana Holubcová, Masaryk University, Faculty of Medicine, Brno; Reprofit International s.r.o.,
Brno, Czech Republic

Endocrine disrupting effect of bisphenol S (BPS): deleterious for oocyte quality in extremely low doses Jan Nevoral, Charles Univerzity, Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen, Biomedical Center,
Plzen, Czech Republic

Evolution of genes and gene expression in oocytes
Petr Svoboda, Institute of Molecular Genetics ASCR, Prague, Czech Republic

Oocyte: translation in space and time
Andrej Susor, Institute of Animal Physiology and Genetics ASCR, Libechov, Czech Republic

 

Organized by Petr Solc and Jan Motlik Institute of Animal Physiology and Genetics ASCR, Libechov 2 Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague

solc@aipg.cas.cz          motlik@aipg.cas.cz

 

Publikováno: Pátek 21.12.2018 00:00

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