The Protein World

Bioinformatics Symposium and Poster Session

Oral presentations: July 5, 15:30-18:30 (Room 1a and optionally Room 1b)
Poster presentations: July 5, 13:30-15:30 (Building-A, Section 4)


Oral presentations

  • A3-002 15:30-16:00: Zoltan N. Oltvai (Pittsburgh, United States of America):
    Functional organization of transcriptional-regulatory networks Abstract
  • O1-183 16:00-16:30: Sándor Pongor (Trieste, Italy):
    Multiple weak hits confuse transcriptional regulatory networks Abstract
  • A3-003 16:30-17:00: Piotr Zielenkiewicz (Warsaw, Poland):
    The evolutionary history of the eukaryotic interactome Abstract
  • 17:00-17:20 —————-Coffee break—————-
  • A3-004 17:20-17:50: Jordi Villŕ-Freixa (Barcelona, Spain):
    Per residue characterization of protein-protein interfaces: a relationship between stability and functionality? Abstract
  • A3-005 17:50-18:10: Janusz Bujnicki (Warsaw, Poland, EMBO Young Investigator Lecture):
    Protein structure prediction by the combination of fold-recognition with de novo folding Abstract

Poster presentations

  • A3-007P Clara Allayous (Pointe-ŕ-Pitre, Guadeloupe (France)):
    Decision trees: a statistical method to explain the triggering mechanisms of acute splenic sequestration crisis in sickle cell disease. Abstract
  • A3-008P Petra Aradi (Budapest, Hungary):
    Origin and development of the genetic code: Is there a code in the codon? Abstract
  • A3-009P Joăo Pedro Abecasis (Lisboa, Portugal):
    A C++ code library for metabolic modeling Abstract
  • A3-010P Abdelwaheb Benothmane (Monastir, Tunisia):
    Mitochondrial DNA phylogeny of Androctonus Ehrenberg, 1828 (Scorpiones: Buthidae) and its bearing on taxonomy and biogeography in Tunisia Abstract
  • A3-011P Andreas Böhm (Würzburg, Germany):
    A clustering solution for distributed data analysis in mass spectrometry – paOla Abstract
  • A3-012P Balázs Benyó (Győr, Hungary):
    Searching sequences in protein databases generated by overlapping translation Abstract
  • A3-013P Alexander Chernorudskiy (Dzerzhinsk, Russia):
    Spatial limitations caused by ubiquitylation: analysis of the 3D model of yeast peroxisomal citrate synthase-ubiquitin complex Abstract
  • A3-014P Siavoush Dastmalchi (Tabriz, Iran):
    Prediction of the rotational orientation of transmembrane helices of membrane proteins using a new structurally derived scale Abstract
  • A3-015P Benoit Dessailly (Bruxelles, Belgium):
    Large-scale analysis of patches of contiguous destabilizing residues in proteins of known three-dimensional structure: towards functional sites prediction Abstract
  • A3-016P Gergely Fördős (Budapest, Hungary):
    An analytical tool to detect and visualize residue co-locations in protein and nucleic acid structures Abstract
  • A3-017P Nathalie Farriol-Mathis (Geneva 4, Switzerland):
    Annotation of post-translational modifications in Swiss-Prot and their effect in cell context Abstract
  • A3-019P László Galgóczy (Szeged, Hungary):
    Sequence comparison of high-affinity iron permeases (FTR1) from different zygomycetous fungi Abstract
  • A3-020P Janosch Hennig (Linköping, Sweden):
    High-order structure probing for misbehaving proteins and high-throughput approaches Abstract
  • A3-021P Jing Huang (Wuhan, PR China):
    Using multi-properties of protein in predicting protein subcellular localization Abstract
  • A3-022P Ursula Hinz (Geneva, Switzerland):
    Uniprot & Swiss-Prot: providing a link between protein sequences and state of the art knowledge Abstract
  • A3-023P Sándor Kocsubé (Szeged, Hungary):
    Identification of genes taking part in siderophore biosynthesis in the genome of Fusarium graminearum Abstract
  • A3-024P Eleonora Kurtenbach (Rio De Janeiro, Brazil):
    Heterologous expression and characterization of S. cerevisiae unknown proteins induced by hydrostatic pressure Abstract
  • A3-026P Ivana Lescic (Zagreb, Croatia):
    3D-Structure features of novel GDSL-enzyme by bioinformatic methods and mass spectrometry Abstract
  • A3-027P Damien Lieberherr (Geneva, Switzerland):
    The Plant Proteome Annotation Program (PPAP) of UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot Abstract
  • A3-028P Marc Lensink (Brussels, Belgium):
    Prediction of protein functional sites by energetic stability calculations Abstract
  • A3-029P Istvan Miklos (Budapest, Hungary):
    Statistical alignment of retropseudogenes and their functional paralogs via a common ancestor Abstract
  • A3-030P Martin Lee Miller (Lyngby, Denmark):
    NetPhosK – Prediction of kinase-specific phosphorylation from sequence and sequence-derived features Abstract
  • A3-031P Carri-Lyn Mead (Vancouver, Canada):
    Investigating lattice structure for Inverse Protein Folding Abstract
  • A3-032P Yoshiaki Minezaki (Mishima, Japan):
    Comparative genomics of transcription factors Abstract
  • A3-033P Peter Nagy (Budapest, Hungary):
    A statistical study on the distribution and pattern (structure) of 1200 different human repeat types using a newly developed tool (SeqRep) and a Compressed Repeat Database (CompRepDB) Abstract
  • A3-034P Josep Maria Orellana (Tarragona, Spain):
    Arrangement of sequences in the gamma-proteobacteria replication origin Abstract
  • A3-035P Sergio Oyama Jr. (Campinas, Brazil):
    Docking of the scorpion toxin α-KTx12.1 to K+ channels investigated by molecular dynamics simulations Abstract
  • A3-037P Sarolta Pilbak (Budapest, Hungary):
    QM/MM calculations on the rearrangement reaction of isobutyryl-CoA mutase Abstract
  • A3-038P Tamás Ponyi (Bp, Hungary):
    Computer analysis of glycosyl hydrolases Abstract
  • A3-039P Ansgar Philippsen (Basel, Switzerland):
    Visualizing structural biology using DINO Abstract
  • A3-040P Karine Robbe (Cambridge, United Kingdom):
    IntAct: an open-source database system and analysis tools for protein interaction data Abstract
  • A3-042P Gabor Szatzker (Budapest, Hungary):
    Enantioselectivity in Candida antarctica lipase B reaction: transition states calculated by QM/MM methods Abstract
  • A3-043P Zinovia Spyranti (Patras, Greece):
    Enzyme-substrate interaction through docking stimulation – Part II. Binding properties of vasopeptidase inhibitors studied in complexes with Zn(II) metallopeptidases involved in blood pressure regulation Abstract
  • A3-044P Stefan Tomiuk (Cologne, Germany):
    A method for enhancing the significance of short linear motif matches Abstract
  • A3-046P Alexander Vener (Linkoping, Sweden):
    Vectorial proteomics of biological membranes Abstract
  • A3-047P Grzegorz Wieczorek (Warszawa, Poland):
    A theoretical approach to the influence of macromolecular crowding on reaction rates Abstract
  • A3-048P Bogdan Walkowiak (Lodz, Poland):
    Interaction of endothelial cells with selected biomaterials causes changes in protein expression profile Abstract
  • A3-049P Yu Zhang (Lyngby, Denmark):
    Identification of the C-terminal signal peptides for GPI modification and prediction of the cleavage sites Abstract
  • A3-050P Rene Zahedi (Würzburg, Germany):
    Towards an extensive proteome analysis of platelet membranes Abstract
  • A3-051P Arnon Paz (Haifa, Israel):
    Biased purine frequency and polypurine tracts in mRNA sequences of the proteins belong to information processing: comparisons within Prokarya and Eukarya Abstract