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Research Institute for Microbial Diseases Seminar: "The Molecular Mechanism in Membrane Formation in Multivesicular Bodies and Autophagosomes"

2010-10-27 (Wed) 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Topic: The Molecular Mechanism in Membrane Formation in Multivesicular Bodies and Autophagosomes

Lecturer: MORITA Eiji, Genetics Lecturer, Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University

  1. Matsunaga, K., Morita, E., Saitoh, T., Akira, S., Ktistakis, NT., Izumi, T., Noda, T., Yoshimori, T.; "Autophagy requires endoplasmic reticulum targeting of the PI3-kinase complex via Atg14L," J Cell Biol., 2010, 190:511-521.
  2. Morita, E., Colf, LA., Karren, MA., Sandrin, V., Rodesch, CK., Sundquist, WI.; "Human ESCRT-III and VPS4 proteins are required for centrosome and spindle maintenance." Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 2010, 107:12889-12894
  3. Bajorek, M.*, Morita, E.*, Skalicky JJ., Morham SG., Babst M., Sundquist, WI.; "Biochemical Analyses of Human IST1 and Its Function in Cytokinesis," Mol Biol Cell, 2008, 20:1360-1373. * These two authors contributed equally
  4. Morita, E., Sandrin, V., Chung, HY., Morham, SG., Gygi, SP., Rodesch, CK. and Sundquist,, WI.; "Human ESCRT and ALIX Proteins Interact with Proteins of the Midbody and Function in Cytokinesis," EMBO J., 2007, 26:4215-4227.
  5. Morita, E., Sandrin, V., Alam, SL., Eckert, DM., Gygi, SP., Sundquist, WI.; "Identification of MVB12 Proteins as Human ESCRT-I Subunits that Function in HIV Budding," Cell Host Microbe, 2007, 2:19-28
  6. Morita, E., Sundquist, WI; "Retrovirus budding," Annu Rev Cell Dev Biol., 2004, 20:395-425.

Date: 2010-10-27 (Wed) 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Organizer: Department of Molecular Virology, Research Institute for Microbial Diseases, Osaka University
Venue: Taniguchi Memorial Hall, 1F Integrated Life Science Bldg., Osaka University
Registration: Not necessary
Contact: For more information, contact Matsuura 06-6879-8340, ext. 8340

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