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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to the Congress undergo minimal checks, and appraisal for oral presentation and participant support schemes, but are not peer-reviewed.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: P-01.1-35
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: Structural dynamics of human histone chaperone FACT
Author/s: O. Volokh, A. Sivkina, M. Karlova, E. Kotova, V. Studitsky, O.S. Sokolova,
Notation: P-01.1-36
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: Drosophila zinc finger protein CG9890 is localized on the promoters of active genes and involved in the regulation of both basal and inducible transcription.
Author/s: A. Krasnov, N. Fursova, M. Mazina, J. Nikolenko, N. Vorobyeva,
Notation: P-01.1-37
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: Investigation of the mechanism of adaptation to mutations in the translation termination factor genes in yeast
Author/s: E. Maksiutenko, S. Moskalenko, M. Lenyashina, Y. Barbitoff, A. Matveenko, G. Zhouravleva,
Notation: P-01.1-38
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: Transcriptome responses in human skeletal muscle to acute and regular aerobic exercise: a meta-analysis
Author/s: R.O. Bokov, P.A. Makhnovskii, F.A. Kolpakov, D.V. Popov,
Notation: P-01.1-39
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: Chromosome-level genome assembly using both long-read and short-read sequencing and structural variant analysis of two yeast strains from the Peterhof genetic collection
Author/s: A. Matveenko, Y. Barbitoff, A. Matiiv, E. Maksiutenko, P. Drozdova, S. Moskalenko, D. Polev, A. Beliavskaia, L. Danilov, A. Predeus, G. Zhouravleva,
Notation: P-01.1-40
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: Adaptation of CRISPR/Cas9 system for directed elimination of mitochondrial DNA copies with mutations
Author/s: E. Zakirova, I. Mazunin, K. Orishchenko,
Notation: P-01.1-41
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: Association of Vitamin D Receptor Gene FokI polymorphism with Temporomandibular disc degeneration
Author/s: A.D. Yilmaz, E. YILMAZ, A.M. Tüzüner Öncül, M. ARISOY,
Notation: P-01.1-42
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: Molecular mechanisms driving MYC-mediated cell competition in a colon cancer model
Author/s: A.C. Queirós, A. Afonso, E. Moreno,
Notation: P-01.1-43
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: Prediction of transcription factors regulating contractile activity-induced gene expression in skeletal muscle
Author/s: P. Makhnovskii, O. Gusev, F. Kolpakov , D. Popov,
Notation: P-01.1-44
Track: Posters - Research
Topic: Genome structure and regulation
Title: Effect of oropharyngeal swab quality on the success of NGS library preparation
Author/s: V.V. Kaptelova, A.E. Samoilov , S.S. Saenko , S.O. Sinitsyn , E.V. Korneenko , A.V. Valdokhina , V.P. Bulanenko , V.G. Akimkin, A.S. Speranskaya ,
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