Philip Cole, Johns Hopkins Sch. Of Med. and Paul R. Thompson, The Scripps Res.
This theme is made up of four symposia, one scheduled each
day of the meeting, Sun – Wed. Please
read below for invited speaker and session schedule information. In addition to the invited talks listed
below, short talks will be selected from the submitted
abstracts. To be considered for a
volunteered talk in this theme, submit your abstract to an ASBMB topic category
number: 2290-2299, by the November 8th submission deadline. All volunteered abstracts will be programmed
for poster presentation. Those selected
for oral presentation will also present a poster. Programming notifications will be sent in
mid-January. We look forward to seeing
you at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, BCEC, March 28 – April 1,
Posttranslational Modifications of Lysine
Sunday, March 29, 2015, Session time tba
Session Chair: Paul R. Thompson, The Scripps Res. Inst.
Philip Cole, Johns Hopkins Sch. Of Med.
Targeting reversible lysine modifications
Robert A. Copeland, Epizyme, Inc.
Protein Methyltransferase Inhibitors as Cancer Therapeutics
Dirk Schwarzer, Univ. of Tuebingen
A chemical toolbox for lysine deacetylases
Posttranslational Modifications of Arginine: Methylation, Citrullination, Phosphorylation
Monday, March 30, 2015, Session time tba
Session Chair: Philip Cole, Johns Hopkins Sch. Of Med.
Tim Clausen, Inst. of Molecular Pathology - IMP, Vienna
No stress with pArg? About the biological role of protein arginine
Danica Galonic Fujimori, UCSF
Allosteric Regulation in Jumonji Histone Demethylases
Paul R. Thompson, The Scripps Res. Inst.
Picking the PADlock: Chemical probes to
study the protein arginine deiminases
Posttranslational Modifications of Cysteine: Lipidation and
Tuesday, March 31, 2015, Session time tba
Session Chair: Gerald W. Hart, Johns Hopkins Univ. Sch. Of Med.
Maurine Linder, Cornell Univ.
Mechanism and Function of DHHC Palmitoyltransferases
Brent Martin, Univ. of Michigan
Dynamic palmitoylation and cell polarity
Eranthie Weerapana, Boston Col.
Applying chemical proteomics to investigate nitrosylation-sensitive cysteines
O-GlcNAcylatoin: How Sweet It Is
Wednesday, April 1, 2015, Session time tba
Session Chair: Eranthie Weerapana, Boston Col.
Donald Bers, UC, Davis
O-GlcNAcylation of CaMKII in Cardiac Myocytes can be Pro-Arrhythmic
Gerald W. Hart, Johns Hopkins Univ. Sch. Of Med.
Nutrient Regulation of Signaling & Transcription by O-GlcNAcylation
Suzanne Walker, Harvard Med. Sch.
Mechanisms of O-GlcNAc Transferase