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FENS Forum 2008 - Geneva

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Symposium S03 - Session 030 - Sunday 13/07/2008, 09:45-11:15
Plenary Hall
Epigenetic regulation of cognitive functions and behavior.

Chaired by: Mansuy I.M. (Zürich, Switzerland), Abel T. (Philadelphia, USA)

030.1. Symposium S03-1. Sun 13/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 09:50) - Plenary Hall
Sweatt D.
University of Alabama at B'ham, Birmingham, USA
- EPIGENETIC MECHANISMS IN MEMORY FORMATION.

030.2. Symposium S03-2. Sun 13/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:10) - Plenary Hall
Abel T.
Univ Penn, Philadelphia, USA
- THE ROLE OF CBP AND HISTONE ACETYLATION IN MEMORY STORAGE AND SYNAPTIC PLASTICITY.

030.3. Symposium S03-3. Sun 13/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:30) - Plenary Hall
Caboche J.
Pierre & Marie Curie Univ., Paris, France
- ERK/MSK1 SIGNALING AND CHROMATIN REMODELING IN THE STRIATUM: A KEY ROLE IN DRUG ADDICTION.

030.4. Symposium S03-4. Sun 13/07/2008, 09:45 - 11:15 (Presentation: 10:50) - Plenary Hall
Wilkinson L. S., Isles A. R., Davies W. & Humby T.
BGG, Schools of Psychology & Medicine, Cardiff University, Cardiff, United Kingdom
- GENOMIC IMPRINTING EFFECTS ON BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR.


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