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Preview of oral presentations at the 1st IOF-ESCEO Pre-Clinical Symposium
Date:2/23/2011

Registrants to the largest European clinical and research bone meeting - the European Congress on Osteoporosis & Osteoarthritis (ECCEO11-IOF) from March 23-26, 2011 - will receive free registration to the 1st IOF-ESCEO Pre-Clinical Symposium from March 22-23.

The IOF-ESCEO Pre-Clinical Symposium showcases new research at the cutting edge of basic and translational bone science. It will feature:

  • Eight plenary lectures by speakers E. Wagner, J.-P. David, A. Teti, Ph. Clzardin, M. Kassem, P. Bianco, T. Schinke and G. Karsenty
  • Meet-the-Faculty sessions: How to write a grant, C. Cooper; How to write a manuscript, G. Karsenty; How to build up a lecture, E. Wagner; Women in academic careers, A. Teti
  • Twenty-eight selected oral presentations (7 hours!).

Here's a sneak preview of 10 of the 28 orals and speakers:

  • DLK1/FA1 regulates the early chondrogenesis during embryonic endochondral bone formation process and its expression is modulated by TGF-β1 signaling pathway - B. Abdallah

  • Genetic variation in the LRP4 gene influences bone mineral density and hip geometry while missense mutations cause sclerosteosis - E. Piters

  • Sclerostin antibody treatment enhances fracture healing and increases bone mass and strength in non-fractured bones in an adult rat closed femoral fracture model - H. Ke

  • Genome wide association study identifies seven loci that account for 86% of the population attributable risk of paget's disease of bone - O. Albagha

  • Glucocorticoids suppress bone formation by attenuating osteoblast differentiation via the monomeric glucocorticoid receptor - J. Tuckermann

  • MicroRNA-138 targets focal adhesion kinase and regulates In Vivo - M. Kassem

  • Control of bone resorption by semaphorin 4D is dependent on ovarian function - I. Machuca-Gayet

  • Iron overload stimulates osteoclast differentiation of murin
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Contact: L. Misteli
info@iofbonehealth.org
International Osteoporosis Foundation
Source:Eurekalert

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