Microscopy 2017

Abstracts

 

Download the Abstract Form (*) and submit it as an email attachment to coursesicgeb.org

  • Abstracts should focus on unpublished material

  • Authorisation is requested for inclusion in the electronic Abstract Book to be distributed to all participants, together with personal contacts

  • Your abstract will be imported directly into the abstract book, so please follow the format indicated on the form to guarantee inclusion and accuracy

Eight abstracts will be selected for Oral Presentation and will also be displayed as posters.

A prize of 100 Euro each will be awarded to the best oral and best poster.


(*) ABSTRACT FORM
:
- Download and open the attached form with Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Complete the form and save it with your name (see formatting instructions below)
- Return it as email attachment to coursesicgeb.org
 
(click here to download Adobe Acrobat Reader)

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1. Formatting

  • Maximum 2,500 characters including title, authors, spaces, etc.
  • Do not use ALL CAPS, except for scientific definitions
  • Font for text: Arial or Times New Roman
  • Font for special characters: Symbol or Wingdings
  • Font size 10

2. Title In bold

3. Author Name(s)

  • First name/last name on a single line, in italic, underlining name of presenter
  • Use superscript numbers (2pt) to differentiate authors from different institutes

4. List institutes with relevant superscript numbers

5. Text

  • Single-line spacing, justified, no line between paragraphs.

6. Example

The role of phosphorylation in BPV-1 E2 ubiquitin-proteasomal degradation

John M. Smith and Anthony B. Brown

Laboratory of Viral Diseases, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD 20892, USA

The ubiquitin-proteasome pathway plays an important regulatory role in the cell by specifically degrading proteins. Three main classes of enzymes are required for the conjugation of ubiquitin to a substrate;  ……………

 

 

Meetings&CoursesUnit 03/02/2017