B Cell Renaissance: Epigenetics, Regulation and Immunotherapy (X1)
B Cell Renaissance: Epigenetics, Regulation and Immunotherapy (X1) is organized by Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology and will be held from Mar 01 - 05, 2020 at Fairmont Banff Springs, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
This meeting will bring together experts in B cell biology to discuss the most recent advances in B cell studies from their initial education, through maturation, including effector or memory development, until terminal differentiation. Such experts are increasingly appreciative of the importance of the molecular changes, including epigenetic marks, modifications and factors that control and modulate B cell development and differentiation as well as the regulatory forces which influence functional paths of B cells.
The complexities of B cell differentiation pathways through germinal centers and extra-follicular foci in primary lymphoid organs as well as novel interactions in diverse secondary lymphoid tissues are also under intense study in both mice and humans. In these and the interactions of B cells with lymphoid cells, non-lymphoid cells, and secreted factors in a myriad of environments, as they make their way from the cradle to the grave, will be considered in this conference.
This will also elucidate the many players which influence and ultimately dictate the contribution of each unique B cell subset to homeostasis, immune defense or immunopathology. Understanding the drivers which influence B cell differentiation and function will enable precise harnessing of these key elements to optimize the immuno-therapeutic effect of B cells and their antibodies in autoimmune disease, infection, and cancer.
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
|Contact No. :|| +1 800-253-0685
December 04, 2019
|Registration Type||Last Date||Price|
|Early Fee||08 Jan,2020||USD 945.00|
|Student Early Fee||08 Jan,2020||USD 720.00|