It is also now clear that the mRNA is covered with RNA binding proteins (RBPs) that control its fate, some of which have dual functions as enzymes, revealing connections with metabolism that we still need to understand. Thus, translation cannot be seen anymore as an isolated process, but as one highly connected with other steps of gene expression and finely dependent on cellular context. Advance on these aspects will be featured, as well as the role of translation regulation in diseases as diverse as cancer, metabolic or neurological disorders.
The progressive diversification of the microtubule field into subdomains has created the need for a strong meeting that unifies the community and brings together researchers from different disciplines interested in microtubule research. This symposium will continue the success of the EMBO Conference series “Microtubule Structure, Regulation and Function”, and the EMBL|EMBO Symposium series “Microtubules: From Atoms to Complex System”, which have been held every two years since 2010. The meeting will bring together early-career and established researchers from all over the world who are interested in microtubule biology and its impact on human health and disease. This tenth-anniversary meeting will feature inspirational keynote and landmark lectures, a large number of short talk opportunities selected from the submitted abstracts, lively poster sessions, and special activities focused on the visualisation of scientific results to support research, learning, and scientific communication.
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