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National Academy of Sciences Colloquium Molecular Kinesis in Cellular Function and Plasticity December 7-9, 2000 Program Thursday, December 7, 2000 Session 1: Molecular Motors ant! Nuclear RNA Lawrence Goldstein, University of California, San Diego Kinesin molecular motors: Transport pathways, receptors, and human disease Nobutaka Hirokawa, University of Tokyo School of Medicine Kinesin superfamily motor proteins, KIFs and the mechanism of intracellular transport in neurons Reinhard Luhrmann, Max-Planck-Institut fur Biophysikalische Chemie Assembly and structural dynamics of the spliceosome Christine Guthrie, University of California, San Francisco Exploring the catalytic core of the spliceosome fain Mattaj, EMBL Roles of Ran in interphase and mitosis Bertil Daneholt, Karolinska Institute Assembly and transport of a specific pre-mRNP particle Friday, December 8, 2000 Session 2: Gene Expression and Translational Mechanisms Jack Keene, Duke University Medical Center Ribonomics: The organization of genetic information between the genome and the proteome Howard Lipshitz, Hospital for Sick Children and University of Toronto Spatial and temporal control of RNA stability Christopher Hellen, SUNY, Brooklyn Molecular events in initiation of translation in eukaryotes Nahum Sonenberg, McGill University Signaling pathways that control translation by phosphorylation of initiation factors Matthias Hentze, EMBL Protein-mRNA interactions controlling translation Session 3: Localization of RNA and Protein Robert Singer, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Intracellular transport and localization of RNA John Carson, University of Connecticut Health Center RNA trafficking in oligodendrocytes

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Gary Banker, Oregon Health Sciences University Imaging membrane traffic in living nerve cells Poster Session Morgan Sheng, Harvard Medical School Molecular organization of the postsynaptic specialization Paul Worley, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine IEGs reveal novel mechanisms of synaptic plasticity Joel Richter, University of Massachusetts Medical School Translational control in the CNS Saturday, December 9, 2000 Session 4: Neurona! Plasticity Evita Mohr, University of Hamburg School of Medicine Vasopressin mRNA localization in nerve cells: Characterization of cis-acting elements and trans-acting factors James Eberwine, University of Pennsylvania Regulated translation of mRNAs in dendrites: Localized generation of intra- and intercellular messengers Oswald Steward, University of California, Irvine Targeting of mRNA to postsynaptic sites on neuronal dendrites Hsui-Ling Li, Columbia University CPS Synapse-specific plasticity: Analysis of functional and structural changes Erin Schuman, California Institute of Technology mRNA trafficking and protein synthesis at the synapse Andrew Matus, Friedrich Miescher Institute The contribution of cytoskeletal dynamics to morphological plasticity in the central nervous system Bruce McEwen, Rockefeller University Regulation of synapse formation in hippocampus by estrogens: Where are the estrogen receptors and what do they do? William Greenough, University of Illinois Regulation of protein synthesis at synapses