CoA and CoA-derivatives: From biochemistry and molecular biology to human diseases across lifespan
Discovery Building, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Particular emphasis will be placed on recent breakthroughs in understanding biochemical aspects of CoA and Acetyl-CoA metabolism related to intracellular cross-talk, proteostasis and autophagy, as well as technological advances in mass spectrometry that allow fine assessment of specific metabolites and protein modifications.
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- John Denu, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- Ivan Gout, University College London
- Charles Rock, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
- Ody Sibon, University of Groningen
- Erick Strauss, Stellenbosch University
- John Svaren, University of Wisconsin–Madison
- Benjamin Tu, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
- Marianne de Villiers, Stellenbosch University
- Kathryn Wellen, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
- Michael Wolfgang, Johns Hopkins University
Registration and abstract information
- There is no onsite registration, all attendees must be registered prior to arriving at the conference.
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Getting to Madison
- Dane County Regional Airport Madison (MSN) — 6.3 miles
- Mitchell International Airport Milwaukee (MKE) — 85.5 miles
Getting from the airports to the Discovery Building
All attendees are responsible for their own transportation. There will not be a shuttle provided to/from the airports/Discovery Building.
- Dane County Regional Airport Transportation Information
- SuperShuttle MKE
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