Going virtual: a report from the sixth Young Microbiologists Symposium on 'Microbe Signalling, Organisation and Pathogenesis'

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    Going virtual: a report from the sixth Young Microbiologists Symposium on ‘Microbe Signalling, Organisation and Pathogenesis’

    The sixth Young Microbiologists Symposium on ‘Microbe Signalling, Organisation and Pathogenesis’ was scheduled to be held on the University of Southampton, UK, in late August 2020. However, as a result of well being and security pointers and journey restrictions as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the symposium was transitioned to a digital format, a change embraced enthusiastically because the assembly attracted over 200 microbiologists from 40 international locations.

    The occasion allowed junior scientists to current their work to a broad viewers and was supported by the European Molecular Biology Organization, the Federation of European Microbiological Societies, the Society of Applied Microbiology, the Biochemical Society, the Microbiology Society and the National Biofilms Innovation Centre. Sessions coated latest advances in all areas of microbiology together with: Secretion and transport throughout membranes, Gene regulation and signalling, Host-microbe interactions, and Microbial communities and biofilm formation. This report focuses on a number of of the highlights and thrilling developments communicated through the talks and poster displays.

    In 2020, as a result of COVID-19 pandemic, the annual assembly of the Interuniversity Institute of Myology (IIM), passed off on a digital platform. Attendees have been scientists and clinicians, in addition to pharmaceutical corporations and affected person group representatives from Italy, a number of European international locations, Canada and USA. Four internationally famend Keynote audio system offered latest advances on muscle stem cells regulation, skeletal muscle regeneration, quantitative biology approaches, and metabolic regulation of muscle homeostasis.

    Novel, unpublished information by younger trainees have been offered as oral communications or posters, in 5 scientific periods and two poster periods. On October 15, 2020, chosen younger trainees participated to the High Training Course on “Advanced Myology”, organized along with the University of Perugia, Italy. The course, on a digital platform, showcased lectures on muscle growth and regulation of muscle gene expression by worldwide audio system, and roundtables discussions on “Single cell evaluation of skeletal muscle” and “Skeletal muscle stem cell in wholesome muscle and illness”.

    A broad viewers of Italian, European and North American members contributed to the totally different initiatives. The assembly was characterised by a pleasant and inclusive environment, facilitating vigorous and stimulating discussions on rising areas of muscle analysis. The assembly stimulated scientific cross-fertilization fostering novel concepts and scientific collaborations aimed toward higher understanding muscle regular physiology and the mechanisms underlaying muscle ailments, with the final word objective of creating higher therapeutic methods.

    The assembly was successful, and the variety of assembly attendees was the best of all IIM Meeting editions. Despite the present difficulties imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re assured that the IIM neighborhood will proceed to develop and ship vital contributions to the understanding of muscle growth and performance, the pathogenesis of muscular ailments and the event of novel therapeutic approaches. Here, abstracts of the assembly illustrate the brand new outcomes on fundamental, translational, and medical analysis, confirming that our area is robust and wholesome.

    What Will B Will B: Identifying Molecular Determinants of Diverse B-Cell Fate Decisions Through Systems Biology

    B-cells are the poster youngster for mobile range and heterogeneity. The various repertoire of B lymphocytes, every expressing distinctive antigen receptors, gives broad safety in opposition to pathogens. However, B-cell range goes past distinctive antigen receptors. Side-stepping B-cell receptor (BCR) range via BCR-independent stimuli or engineered organisms with monoclonal BCRs nonetheless leads to seemingly similar B-cells reaching all kinds of fates in response to the identical problem. Identifying to what extent the molecular state of a B-cell determines its destiny is vital to gaining a predictive understanding of B-cells and consequently the flexibility to regulate them with focused therapies.

    Signals obtained by B-cells via transmembrane receptors converge on intracellular molecular signaling networks, which management whether or not every B-cell divides, dies, or differentiates into plenty of antibody-secreting distinct B-cell subtypes. The signaling networks that interpret these indicators are well-known to be prone to molecular variability and noise, offering a possible supply of range in cell destiny selections. Iterative mathematical modeling and experimental research have offered quantitative perception into how B-cells obtain distinct fates in response to pathogenic stimuli. Here, we assessment how methods biology modeling of B-cells, and the molecular signaling networks controlling their fates, is revealing the important thing determinants of cell-to-cell variability in B-cell future.

     Going virtual: a report from the sixth Young Microbiologists Symposium on 'Microbe Signalling, Organisation and Pathogenesis'

    16th Meeting of the Interuniversity Institute of Myology (IIM) – Assisi (Italy), October 17-20, 2019: Foreword, Program and Abstracts

    The 16th Meeting of the Interuniversity Institute of Myology (IIM), October 17-20, 2019, Assisi, Italy introduced collectively scientists, pharma and affected person group representatives discussing new outcomes on muscle analysis. Internationally famend Keynote audio system offered advances on muscle growth, homeostasis, metabolism, and illness. Speakers chosen amongst submitted abstracts offered their new, unpublished information in seven scientific periods. The remaining abstracts have been showcased in two poster periods.

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    Young trainees the place instantly concerned within the number of keynote audio system, the organizing scientific periods and roundtables discussions tailor-made to the pursuits of their friends. A broad Italian, European and North-American viewers participated to the totally different initiatives. The assembly allowed muscle biology researchers to debate concepts and scientific collaborations aimed toward higher understanding the mechanisms underlying muscle ailments as a way to develop higher therapeutic methods.