DDBJ staff Oral presentation (2005)

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  • Gojobori T. Greetings & overview. H-Invitational DE Workshop, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Tokyo), January 21.
  • Okubo K. Lecture on Bioinformatics: Gene Expression Profiles, Pathway Analysis and Proteomics. Numazu Industry Promotion Plaza (Numazu), February 12.
  • Gojobori T. Probabilistic framework and statistical methods for evolutionary analysis of DNA sequences. Genes, Evolution & Complex disease (Bangalore, India), February 17.
  • Gojobori T. Search for the evolutionary origin of the central nervous system by comparative studies of gene expression. International Workshop on Encoding Information in DNA Sequences (Okinawa), February 21.
  • Suzuki Y. Inferring positive selection operating at the amino acid sequence level. Symposium on Structural and Evolutionary Genomics (Puntarenas, Costa Rica), February-March.
  • Ikeo K. Evolutionary process of amino acid biosynthesis in corynebacterium at the whole genome level. ISME Meeting (Puntarenas, Costa Rica), February 26-March 2.
  • Barrero RA. MicroRNA binding sites localize to conserved open mRNA secondary structures. International Society of Molecular Evolution Meeting (Punta Leona, Costa Rica), February 26- March 2.
  • Gojobori T. Evolutionary genomics. 2005 China-Japan-Korea Joint- Bioinformatics Training Course (South Korea), March 7.
  • Gojobori T. The Evolutionary Origin of a brain. Science and Today's visions of the World , (Venice, Italy), March 12.
  • Gojobori T. Evolutionary studies of regulatory elements by comparative genomics of 5' flanking noncooding regions and micro RNAs. The Stanzione Zoologica: some research perspectives (Naples, Italy) , March 15.
  • Tateno Y. Evolution of Vitamin B6 Metabolic Pathways. National Yang-Ming University (Taipei, Taiwan), March 17.
  • Abe T, Ikemura T, Kozuki T, Nakagawa S, Kinouchi M, Kanaya S, Sugawara H. A Novel Bioinformatics Approach for Phylogenetics analyses of Environmental and Clinical Samples on the basis of self-organizing map (SOM). Human Genome Meeting 2005 (Kyoto), April.
  • Tateno Y. Molecular evolution of proteins viewed at the two levels, sequence and structure. The Developmental Genomics and Informatics (Hong Kong, China), April 7.
  • Ikeo K. The comparative study of nervous systems by using expressed genes. Symposium of Developmental Genomics & Bioinformatics (Hong Kong), April 7.
  • Ikeo K. The Recent Approach for the Large Scale Information to Understand. The 3rd Hong Kong Medical Genetics Conference (Hong Kong), April 8-10.
  • Ikeo K. Introduction of Bioinformatics. The 3rd Hong Kong Medical Genetics Conference Workshop (Hong Kong), April 8-10.
  • Gojobori T. The Integrated data base of human genes and its application to disease gene hunting . The 3rd Hong Kong Medical Genetics Conference (Hong Kong), April 9.
  • Okubo K. Will the savior appear? National Institute of Genetics Open Lecture (Mishima), April 9.
  • Tateno Y. Genomic evolution of MHC class I in primates. The 3rd Hong Kong Medical Genetics Conference (Hong Kong, China), April 10.
  • Nishikawa K. Genome-wide analyses of proteins based on the structural integrity principle. The 5th Korea-Japan S&T Forum (Seoul, Korea), April 25-28.
  • Ikeo K. Various adaptations for the perpetual darknes in the diversification process from an eyed surface-dwelling form to an eyeless cavedwelling form of Mexicanus, by cDNA microarrays. Molecular Biology and Evolution Conference 2005 & Genetics Society of AustralAsia (Auckland, New Zealand) June 19-23.
  • Tateno Y. Genomic evolution of MHC class I region with special reference to LINEs. National Health Research Institute (Hsin Chu, Taiwan), July 11-12.
  • Abe T, Shigemoto Y, Miyazaki S, Sugawara H. Integration of the biological databases and bioinformatics resources by Web services. Information Processing Society of Japan (AIST), July 25.
  • Kinjo AR. Protein Structure Prediction: From One-dimensional to Three-dimensional Structures. International Meeting on Frontiers in Physics 2005 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), July 25-30.
  • Gojobori T. Construction of an integrated database for human genes and its application to studies of genome networks and disease gene identification. Department of Pathology Special Seminar in Genomics and Biocomputing (Atlanta, GA, USA), July 26.
  • Abe T, Ikemura T, Kanaya S, Kinouchi M, Sugawara H. A Novel Bioinformatics Strategy for Phylogenetic Study of Genomic Sequence Fragments, Self-Organizing Map(SOM) of Oligonucleotide Frequencies. WSOM2005 (Paris,France), September 5-8.
  • Abe T, Sugawara H, Knaya S, Kinouchi M, Matsuura Y, Tokutaka H, Ikemura T. A large-Scale Self-Organizing Map(SOM) Constructed with the Earth Simulator Unveils Sequence Characteristics of A Wide Range of Eukaryotic Genomes. WSOM 2005 (Paris, France), September 5-8.
  • Sugawara H, Miyazaki S, Abe T, Shigemoto Y. Biological Data Analysisi using DDBJ Web services. Proceedings of BIOINFO2005 (Pusan, Korea), September 23.
  • Okubo K. Function and Evolution of Nervous System, from the Standpoint of Gene Expression. 77th Annual Meeting of the Genetics Society of Japan (Tokyo), September 28.
  • Okubo K. Comprehension of the Genome and Biological System with the aid of Linguistics: Will the savior appear? The University of Tokyo, COE Special Lecture (Tokyo), October 20.
  • Okubo K. Phenetics of Molecular Biological Knowledge: Engineering for Understanding of Biological System. National Institute of Genetics Open Lecture (Kyoto), October 29.
  • Gojobori T. Toward the evolutionary studies of regulatory elements in the human genome. 6th Anton Dohrn Workshop-Evolutionary Genomics (Ischia Island, Italy) October 31.
  • Ikeo K. Comparative complete genome sequence analysis of the amino acid replacements responsible for the thermostability of Corynebacterium efficiens. 6th Anton Dohrn Workshop "Evolutionary Genomics" (Naples, Italy), October 31-November 2.
  • Suzuki Y. Three-dimensional window analysis for detecting positive selection at structural regions of proteins. The 828th National Institute of Genetics Colloquium (Mishima, Japan) November.
  • Gojobori T. The Perspective of the H-Invitational Human Gene Database Disease Edition. Transcriptome 2005 (Shanghai, China), November 8.
  • Tateno Y. Genomic evolution of MHC class I region in primate. Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology (Shanghai, China), November 15.
  • Okubo K. From Genome informatics to the System of Life. 28th Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan (Fukuoka), December 7.
  • Barrero RA. Novel mammalian microRNA targets identified by an extensive transcriptome-wide affinity screening. 28th Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan (Fukuoka), December 7-10.
  • Gojobori T. New Developments of the Integrated Database of Human Genes, the H-Invitational Database. First International Biocurator's Meeting (Asilomar, California, USA), December 9.

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