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Workshop « Systems Biology of Transcription Regulation » à l’ICSB 2018

Un atelier sur la Biologie des systèmes de régulation de la transcription se tiendra à Lyon (pendant l’ICSB), le 27 octobre 2018 :

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2nd Edition of the Workshop

Systems Biology of Transcription Regulation (SBTR) @ ICSB 2018
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October 27, 2018
Lyon, France
Satellite Workshop of the International Conference of Systems Biology (ICSB’18) http://www.icsb2018-france.com/

https://sbtr2018.github.io/

IMPORTANT DATES
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Submission Deadline : September 01
Workshop Date: October 27, 2018. One-day workshop starting at 9:30am.

SUBMISSION
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You are invited to submit a one-page abstract that will be reviewed and selected for a 20-minute talk, short talk (10 min) or poster.

WEBSITE
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Up to date information about the workshop is available at:
https://sbtr2018.github.io/

KEYNOTES
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María Rodríguez Martínez, IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, Zurich, Switzerland
Carl Herrmann, DFKZ German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg, Germany
Jasmin Fisher, Microsoft Research & University of Cambridge, UK

SCOPE
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This meeting aims at bringing together researchers representing the views on the process of transcription regulation from different perspectives, from the regulation of expression through transcription factors (TFs) to the field of chromatin structure, remodeling and its involvement in the regulation. We will welcome stories of success, discussions of actual problems and of methodology development, which is an actual issue in this field.

In the Workshop Systems Biology of Transcription Regulation we therefore welcome efforts related to:

* Signals to transcription: signaling pathways triggered by receptors and aiming TFs or chromatin remodeling;
* TF-mediated regulation: TFs, binding of a TF to DNA, TFBSs, motifs, etc.
* Chromatin-histone level: impact of chromatin structure and histone modifications on the gene expression;
* Mathematical modeling of the dynamic behavior of gene regulatory networks
* Multilevel modeling: bringing together data from different « levels », e.g., different –omics data; multilayer networks; combining chromatin and TF information; etc.

ORGANIZERS
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Ekaterina Shelest, German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv), Leipzig, Germany
Loredana Martignetti, Institute Curie, Paris, France
Arnau Montagud, Institute Curie, Paris, France
Aurelien Naldi, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, France