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Taïwan-France Bilateral conference on neuropeptides and hormones in marine organisms, Monday July 15- Friday July 19 2019, Taïwan

Monday, 15 July, 2019 to Friday, 19 July, 2019
Monday, 29 July, 2019 - 12:53

Several members of ANR NEMO Project have participed on July 15-19 2019 to the"Taiwan-France Bilateral conference on neuropeptides and hormones in marine organisms", hold at the NTOU (Keelung, Taiwan):

Sylvie DUFOUR : Evolutionary history of gonadotropin-inhibiting hormone (GnIH) with new insights from basal teleosts
Pascal FAVREL : The pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas: a Lophotrochozoan model to investigate the evolution of neuroendocrine signaling systems
Pascal SOURDAINE : Endocrine versus paracrine control of spermatogeneis in Elasmobranchs: new insights from shark genomes
Anne-Gaëlle LAFONT : Evolutionary history of neuropeptide and receptor superfamilies in vertebrates, with a special focus on a basal teleost, the eel
Jérôme LEPRINCE : Differences and Similarities between Mammalian and Fish Endozepinergic System
Emilie REALIS-DOYELLE : Characterization of neuroendocrine signalling systems during gametogenesis in the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas
Hervé TOSTIVINT : Peptides of the urotensin II family: evolutionary and functional perspectives
Arnaud BONDON : Three dimensional structure determination by NMR of neuropeptides in membrane mimic models
Céline ZATYLNY-GAUDIN : Identification of neuropeptides in marine organisms by in silico analysis and peptidomic approach

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