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Molecule Trajectories in Cellular Spaces

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The goal of this workshop is to help mobilise and liven up the interest of theoreticians and modellers and present them with the most recent experimental results and new functional questions brought about by correlation (FCS, FCCS,…) or supra-resolution microscopies (STORM, PALM…), related to how biomolecules or vesicles move in the cell and its membranes. Our objective is to promote interactions between experimentalists and theoreticians/modellers working on the spatial or spatiotemporal dynamics of: + the transcriptional machinery + synaptic receptors + viral assembly + intracellular transports

Invited Talks:
R. Voituriez, UPMC Paris
A. Triller, ENS Paris
O. Thoumine, IINS, Bordeaux
H. Soula, INSA Lyon
J. Salamero, Curie Paris
J.-B. Masson, Pasteur Paris
C. Kervrann, INRIA Rennes
L. Héliot, Phlam Lille
L. Foret, ENS Paris
C. Favard, CPBS Montpellier
N. Destainville, UPS
A. Chauvière, UJF Grenoble
M. Coppey, Curie Paris
H. Berry, INRIA Lyon

Organizing committee:
L. Héliot, Phlam Lille
C. Favard, CPBS Montpellier
H. Berry, INRIA Lyon

Main Topics include:
Spatial dynamics of:
– transcription
– synaptic receptors
– viral assembly
– intracellular transports

Molecule Trajectories in Cellular Spaces:
Promoting interactions between
theoreticians and experimentalists

November 16-17, 2015
Ecole Normale Supérieure, Lyon
1 place de l’Ecole, 69007 Lyon, France

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