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21st Annual Meeting of the BioHybrid Society of Japan

Suzukake Hall
Tokyo Institute of Technology,
4259 Nagatsuta cho, Midori-ku,
Yokohama 226-8503, Japan
November 1, 2006

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Since its establishment in 1985, The Biohybrid Society of Japan organized by Dr. Yuji Inada (Toin University of Yokohama) has been dedicated to promoting the studies on all areas of biohybrid materials including PEGylated enzymes, anti-cancer polymer therapeutics, bioelectronic sensors and artificial vectors for gene delivery. Following the success of historical 20th meeting, we decided to further activate the fruitful annual meeting by inviting the leading scientists working on the related fields from abroad.

Session Topics


P10:10`10:55Multifunctional envelope type nano device for non-viral gene deliveryHideyoshi HarashimaHokkaido University
210:55`11:40New biocompatible nano-carriers system for targeted cell therapyToshihiro AkaikeTokyo Institute of Technology
311:40`12:30Recent advances in the synthetic vectors for gene delivery Abraham J. DombThe Hebrew University of Jerusalem
@13:00`14:00Poster session
414:00`14:50Infinite binding of proteins to targetsClaude F. MearesUniversity of California
514:50`15:40Improvement of therapeutic value of peptide and non-peptide drugs by PEG conjugationFrancesco M.Veronese
(Sponsored by NOF Corp. Japan)
Padua University
615:50`16:35Why conventional anticancer agents do not work? Basic principles are overlookedHiroshi MaedaSojo University
716:35`17:20Chemical biology of gene expression and cell differentiationMotonari UesugiKyoto University

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Toin Int. Symposium on Biomedical Engineering