9 September, 2012
11â€”13 December 2012
University of Leeds, UK
|A Biochemical Society Annual Symposium
Epigenetic mechanisms play pivotal roles in development, differentiation and cell identity. Epigenetic regulation is influenced by environmental factors such as nutrition and inappropriate epigenetic regulation contributes to diseases such as diabetes and cancer. This meeting will cover our current understanding of epigenetic modifications and the functional role they play in regulating development and contributing to disease biology.
Abstract submission deadline:Â 9 October 2012.
Earlybird registration deadline:Â 12 November 2012.
Reviews by the speakers, based on their presentations at this major international meeting, will be published exclusively inÂ Biochemical Society TransactionsÂ (Volume 41, part 2) and as a stand-alone volume of theÂ Biochemical Society SymposiaÂ series.