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45th FEBS Congress Abstracts

Abstracts submitted to the 45th FEBS Congress and accepted by the Congress Organizing Committee, as well as abstracts from invited speakers for the event, are searchable here from 1st to 16th July 2021. 

In addition to appearing on this Congress website, abstracts are displayed on the FEBS 2021 virtual event platform. Furthermore, with the exception of late-breaking abstracts, they are also collated in the FEBS Open Bio Supplement for the 45th FEBS Congress (available online from 3rd July 2021), and subsequently included individually in the Conference Proceedings Citation Index published by Web of Science. Citation instructions for abstracts collated in the FEBS Open Bio supplement are given in its introductory pages.

Abstracts submitted to the Congress undergo minimal checks, and appraisal for oral presentation and participant support schemes, but are not peer-reviewed. 

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Notation: EB-03-3
Track: Early Bird Sessions
Topic: New approaches in Medicinal Chemistry
Title: Potentiation of the antitumor effect of electrochemotherapy with bleomycin, cisplatin or oxaliplatin by immunostimulation with IL-12 gene electrotransfer depends on the tumor immune status
Author/s: K. Ursic, S. Kos, U. Kamensek, M. Cemazar, S. Miceska, B. Markelc, S. Bucek, B. Staresinic, V. Kloboves Prevodnik, R. Heller, G. Sersa,
Notation: EB-03-4
Track: Early Bird Sessions
Topic: New approaches in Medicinal Chemistry
Title: PROTACS as tools for the modulation of pharmacological targets
Author/s: I. Sosic, C. Steinebach, A. Bricelj, Y.L.D. Ng, M. Gobec, J. Krönke, R.J. Pieters, M. Anderluh, M. Gütschow,
Notation: EB-04-1
Track: Early Bird Sessions
Topic: Molecular Toxicology and Environment
Title: Mechanisms of rapid adaptation to changed environment
Author/s: H. Bilandžija,
Notation: EB-04-2
Track: Early Bird Sessions
Topic: Molecular Toxicology and Environment
Title: New antimicrobial candidates - Quaternary ammonium compounds based on natural scaffold quinuclidine
Author/s: L. Mastelic, A. Maravic, L. Krce, B. Soldo, R. Odžak, V. Bucevic Popovic, I. Aviani, I. Primožic, P. Boškovic, M. Šprung,
Notation: EB-04-3
Track: Early Bird Sessions
Topic: Molecular Toxicology and Environment
Title: Roles of Rrp6/EXOSC10-targeted lncRNAs in anti-cancer drug toxicity and cell wall architecture
Author/s: I. Stuparevic, A. Novacic, M. Oskomic, L. Strbac, V. Beauvais, M. Primig, R. Rahmouni,
Notation: EB-04-4
Track: Early Bird Sessions
Topic: Molecular Toxicology and Environment
Title: Crosstalk of proteases in DNA-protein crosslink repair
Author/s: M. Popovic, C. Supina, N. Ivic, I. Anticevic, C. Otten,
Notation: P-01.1-01
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: Gene desert area in the 1q21.1 makes the frequent contacts with nucleoli in different human cell lines
Author/s: N. Tchurikov, O. Kretova, E. Klushevskaya, Y. Kravatsky,
Notation: P-01.1-02
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: CRISPR/Cas9 mediated knockout of GLI1, GLI2 and GLI3 genes in melanoma cell lines
Author/s: M. Kurtovic, N. Rincic, D. Trnski, V. Musani, P. Ozretic, M. Sabol,
Notation: P-01.1-03
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: GLI transcription targets in melanoma cell lines
Author/s: N. Rincic, N. Bartonicek, M. Kurtovic, V. Musani, D. Trnski, P. Ozretic, M. Sabol,
Notation: P-01.1-04
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: miR-27b modulates insulin resistance in hepatocytes by targeting insulin receptor and repressing insulin signaling pathway.
Author/s: A. Benito, K. Uribe, U. Galicia-Garcia, S. Jebari, A. Larrea-Sebal, C. Martin,
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