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Gene Regulatory Systems in Development

The central topics of the meeting include developmental genetics, genomics and epigenetics, single cell studies, gene-regulatory evolution and systems biology in the context of developmentally relevant cell systems and animal model systems.

The meeting will be small and interactive with a maximum of 150 participants and a set of world-class invited speakers. The venue is located in the beautiful surroundings of historic Carmona in sunny Southern Spain. The meeting is organized by two international consortia funded by the Marie Curie-programme of the European Commission.

Registration: January 31, 2017

Abstracts: extended to January 31, 2017

Last Updated: 2016-09-29
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