DDBJ staff presentations (2001-2008)

2008

  • Gojobori T. “Genomic evolution of neural genes in light of Ohno’s view of biological order and disorder”, The 2008 Memorial Symposium in honor of Dr. Susumu Ohno, City of hope (California, U.S.A.), Feb. 1.
  • Sugawara H. From Web API for Biology (WABI) to Semantic Web API for Biology (SABI), BioHackathon 2008-Towards integrated web service in life science with OpenBio libraries-, Tokyo, Feb. 11.
  • Tateno Y. “Construction of a tree of life by using genome wide information such as protein domain organizations”, Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology (Shanghai, China), Feb. 25.
  • Tateno Y. “Fundamentals of Bioinformatics”, The 7th Japan-Korea-China Bioinformatics Training Course (Jeju University, Republic of Korea), Mar. 19.
  • Gojobori T. “Evolution of nervous system”, Bioinformatics Conference, 7th CJK Bioinformatics Training Course 2008, University Park (Jeju island, Korea), Mar. 20.
  • Saitou N. Some examples of evolutionary genomics study, 7th Japan-Korea-China Bioinformatics Training Course, Jeju University, Korea, Mar. 20.
  • Gojobori T. “Evolutionary Genomics”, 7th CJK Bioinformatics Training Course 2008, University Park (Jeju island, Korea), Mar. 21.
  • Tateno Y. “A method for phylogeny construction using protein domains”, NIG International Symposium Satellite Meeting"New Methods and Development in Genome Evolutionary Research" (Atami), Mar. 28.
  • Saitou N. Utility of phylogenetic network for deciphering nucleotide sequence history, Invitation to the NIG International Symposium, National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo, Mar. 28.
  • Suzuki Y. Inferring natural selection by comparing rates of synonymous and nonsynonymous substitutions. New Insight of Genomic Evolution into Fundamental Life Activities, Hitotsubashi, Mar.
  • Gojobori T. “DDBJ, GenBank, and EMBL, and Sequencing Revolution”, Symposium on 25th anniversary of GenBank, National Institute of Health (Bethesda, Maryland, U.S.A.), Apr. 7.
  • Gojobori T. “Information Platform of the Human Genome Network Project: Toward Elucidation of Transcriptional Regulation System”, Systems Genomics 2008, German Cancer Research Center-DKFZ (Heidelberg, Germany), May. 2.
  • Gojobori T, Ikeo K. “Information Platform of the Human Genome Network Project: Toward Elucidation of Transcriptional Regulation”, Systems Genomics 2008, Integrating Genomics and Functional Genomics with Systems Biology and Clinical Research, May. 2.
  • Suzuki Y. False-positive results obtained from the branch-site test of positive selection. The 924th National Institute of Genetics Colloquium, Mishima, May.
  • Gojobori T. “Genome and Database”, “II. Biodiversity, Genome and Databases”, The 18th CODATA-DSAO Task Group Conference, CIB-DDBJ, National Institute of Genetics (Mishima), Aug. 31.
  • Okubo K, Kawamoto S, Bono H, Takagi T. Japan's Data Sharing Center For Publicly-Funded Biomedical Science 2008 CSHL/WT Meeting on Genome Informatics (Hinxton,UK), Sep. 10-14..
  • Ikeo K. “Progress of Genome Network Project and Platform”, The 934th National Institute of Genetics Colloquium, Mishima, Sep. 19.
  • Tateno Y. “Development of a complex disease database and analysis of some diseases by using it”, HUGO2008 Satellite Symposium (Kolkata, India), Sep. 25.
  • Gojobori T. “Personal Genome Sequencing and its Strategic Construction of Database”, The Human Variome Project “Collection of Human GENE VARIATION”, HGM 2008, Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC) (Hyderabad, India), Sep. 27.
  • Tateno Y. “Construction of a tree of life by genome-wide information”, HUGO2008 Pre-symposium (Hyderabad, India), Sep. 27.
  • Gojobori T. “Sequencing Revolution and Human Genome Network”, Session 3 “Genome Informatics to Genome Biology”, HGM 2008, Hyderabad International Convention Centre (HICC) (Hyderabad, India), Sep. 29.
  • Tateno Y. “Standardization and qualification of gene and genome sequence data at DNA Data Bank of Japan”, The 4th International Symposium on Standard Reference Data (Deajeon, Republic of Korea), Oct. 28.
  • Tateno Y. “Use of genome-wide information for the construction of a tree of life”, Korea Bioinformation Center (KOBIC) (Deajeon, Republic of Korea), Oct. 29.
  • Gojobori T. “The Evolutionary Origin and Process of the Central Nervous System: Comparative Genomics Approach”, A meeting on “Scientific Insights into the Evolution of the Universe and Life”, Casina PioIV (Vatican City), Oct. 31.
  • Okubo K. How should we do with the Data in Publicly-Funded Science. The 939th NIG colloquium (Mishima), Oct. 31.
  • Gojobori T. “The evolutionary origin of neural genes: Comparative Genomics and Gene Expressionics”, Academia Sinica (Taiwan, China), Nov. 24.
  • Gojobori T. “Evolution of the Central Nervous System: Comparative Genomics Approach”, Peking University (Peking, China), Nov. 28.
  • Kwon Y and Sugawara H. A Proposal of a Ranking Method Based on Specificity of Biological Terms BioSearch08, Brisbane, Australia, Nov.
  • Kwon Y, Shigemoto Y, Kuwana Y and Sugawara H. Workflow and Its Navigation System Using Web API for Biology (WABI) GIW2008, Gold Coast, Australia, Dec.
  • Kwon Y and Sugawara H. Specificity-based Ranking Algorithm for Finding Associated Terms MEDLINE Abstracts GIW2008, Gold Coast, Australia, Dec.
  • Fukuchi S, Hosoda K and Nishikawa K. Molecular dichotomy of human proteins into structural domains andintrinsically disordered regions. BMB2008 (Kobe), Dec. 10.
  • Suzuki Y. False-positive results obtained from the branch-site test of positive selection. Symposium “Darwinian selection identified from comparative genomics”, Joint Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan and the Japanese Biochemical Society, 2008 (The 31st Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan and The 81st Annual Meeting of the Japanese Biochemical Society), Kobe, Dec.
  • Suzuki Y. False-positive results obtained from the branch-site test of positive selection. Center for Information Biology Internal Seminar, Ochanomizu University, Otsuka, Dec.

2007

  • Gojobori T. “Transcriptional Landscape of Human Genome and its Evolutionary Implication to Isochore Structures”, Symposium on Evolutionary Genomics, Hotel Punta Leona (San Jose, Costa Rica) January 8.
  • Tateno Y. Bioinformatics. Pohang University of Science and Technology (Korea) January 11-16.
  • Tateno Y. Molecular population genetics. Japan-Korea-China Bioinformatics Training Course 2008, Shanghai Center for Bioinformation Technology (China) March 29.
  • Gojobori T. “Genomic Evolution”, 2007 Sino-Japan-Korea Bioinformatics Training Course, Minhang Campus, Shanghai Jiaotong University (Shanghai, China) March 30.
  • Suzuki Y. New methods for detecting positive selection at single amino acid sites. The 883rd National Institute of Genetics Colloquium, Mishima, Japan, April, 2007.
  • Gojobori T. “Evolutionary studies of the Central Nervous System and Brain by Comparative Gene Expressionics”, Symposium 8 (S8) Frontiers in molecular, evolutional and comparative biology, Joint Meeting of the Japanese So-ciety of Developmental Biologists & the Japan Society for Cell Biology, Fukuoka, May 30.
  • Tateno Y. A tree of life constructed by domain organizations of proteins. 2007 Tibet workshop on Biodiversity Science, Tibet University (Lhasa, China) June.
  • Tateno Y. A tree of life constructed by genome-wide information. BioEco 2007 (Tianjin, China) June.
  • Ikeo K. “The proposal of gene expression data for molecular evolution as an example using the GNP platform.” SMBE 2007 Annual Meeting , Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, June.
  • Ogura A. Choy KW. Wang CC. Ikeo K. Tateno Y. Pang CP. Gojobori T. Evolution of miRNA target genes in camera eye of vertebrates. Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution Conference (Halifax, Canada), June.
  • Sugawara H.: Re-annotation of microbial genomes, The joint meeting of XV International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (ISMB) & European Conference on Computational Biology (Vienna), July 21-25.
  • Ikeo K. “Large Scale screening of human transcriptome: An Introduction of Human Genome Network Project” Sym-posium on Trends in Human Genetics, Toshali Sands, Orissa, India, August.
  • Ikeo K. “Large Scale screening of human transcriptome: An Introduction of Human Genome Network Project” Bose Institute Bioinformatics Centre, Kolkata, India, August.
  • Gojobori T. “Gene Expressionics of Single Cells and It’s application to the 3D image database of developmental Embryos in Ascidian”, The 2nd International Workshop on Approaches to Single-Cell Analysis, Tokyo September 7.
  • Gojobori T. “Genetic Polymophisms as a phase of evolutionary process, and the future of population genomics”(Keynote lecture), 5th International Bio data Interoperability Conference, International Symposium “State-of-the-art of polymorphism study”, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Tokyo) September 26.
  • Gojobori T. “Evolutionary Studies of Gene Repertory underlying the Neural System by Comparative Genomics”, University of California Irvine (Irvine, California, USA) October 29.
  • Gojobori T. “Evolution of Nervous System”, The Third Yamada Symposimu on From Chaos to Cosmos: Integration in Biological Systems, Shonan Village Center (Hayama, Kanagawa, Japan) November 18.
  • Fukuchi S. “An inference of structural/un-structural domains in eukaryotic proteins - a case study of human tran-scription factors” BMB2007 (Yokohama) December.

2006

  • Abe T, Sugawara H, Kanaya S, Ikemura T. Sequences from Almost All Prokaryotic, Eukaryotic, and Viral Genomes Available Could be Classified According to Genomes on a Large-Scale Self-Organizing Map Constructed with the Earth Simulator. Journal of the Earth Simulator. 2006 Oct 6; 17-23.
  • Abe T, Sugawara H, Kanaya S, Kinouchi M, Ikemura T. Self-Organizing Map (SOM) unveils and visualizes hidden sequence characteristics of a wide range of eukaryote genomes. Gene. 2006 Jan 3;365:27-34.
  • Choy KW, Wang CC, Ogura A, Lau TK, Rogers MS, Ikeo K, Gojobori T, Tang LY, Lam DS, Chung TK, Pang CP. Molecular characterization of the developmental gene in eyes: through data-mining on integrated transcriptome databases. Clin Biochem. 2006 Mar;39(3):224-30.
  • Choy KW, Wang CC, Ogura A, Lau TK, Rogers MS, Ikeo K, Gojobori T, Lam DS, Pang CP. Genomic annotation of 15,809 ESTs identified from pooled early gestation human eyes. Physiol Genomics. 2006 Mar 13;25(1):9-15.
  • Cochrane G, Bates K, Apweiler R, Tateno Y, Mashima J, Kosuge T, Mizrachi IK, Schafer S, Fetchko M. Evidence standards in experimental and inferential INSDC Third Party Annotation data. OMICS. 2006 Summer;10(2):105-13.
  • Fukuchi S, Homma K, Minezaki Y, Nishikawa K. Intrinsically disordered loops inserted into the structural domains of human proteins. J Mol Biol. 2006 Jan 27;355(4):845-57.
  • Hanada K, Gojobori T, Li WH. Radical amino acid change versus positive selection in the evolution of viral envelope proteins. Gene. 2006 Dec 30;385:83-8. Hanada K, Tanaka Y, Mizokami M, Gojobori T, Alter HJ. A reduction in selective immune pressure during the course of chronic hepatitis C correlates with diminished biochemical evidence of hepatic inflammation. Virology. 2006 Dec 14; [Epub ahead of print]
  • Haruki M, Saito Y, Ota M, Nishikawa K, Kanaya S. Stabilization of E. coli Ribonuclease HI by the 'stability profile of mutant protein' (SPMP)-inspired random and non-random mutagenesis. J Biotechnol. 2006 Jul 25;124(3):512-22.
  • Homma K, Fukuchi S, Nakamura Y, Gojobori T, Nishikawa K. Gene Cluster Analysis Method Identifies Horizontally Transferred Genes with High Reliability and Indicates that They Provide the Main Mechanism of Operon Gain in Eight Species of {gamma}-Proteobacteria. 1: Mol Biol Evol. 2006 Dec 21; [Epub ahead of print]
  • Kinjo AR, Nishikawa K. CRNPRED: highly accurate prediction of one-dimensional protein structures by large-scale critical random networks. BMC Bioinformatics. 2006 Sep 5;7:401
  • Kobayashi N, Watanabe M, Kijimoto T, Fujimura K, Nakazawa M, Ikeo K, Kohara Y, Gojobori T, Okada N. magp4 gene may contribute to the diversification of cichlid morphs and their speciation. Gene. 2006 May 24;373:126-33.
  • Kosuge T, Abe T, Okido T, Tanaka N, Hirahata M, Maruyama Y, Mashima J, Tomiki A, Kurokawa M, Himeno R, Fukuchi S, Miyazaki S, Gojobori T, Tateno Y, Sugawara H. Exploration and Grading of Possible Genes from 183 Bacterial Strains by a Common Protocol to Identification of New Genes: Gene Trek in Prokaryote Space (GTPS). DNA Res. 2006 Dec 13; [Epub ahead of print]
  • Makino T, Gojobori T. The evolutionary rate of a protein is influenced by features of the interacting partners. Mol Biol Evol. 2006 Apr;23(4):784-9.
  • Makino T, Suzuki Y, Gojobori T. Differential evolutionary rates of duplicated genes in protein interaction network. Gene. 2006 Dec 30;385:57-63.
  • Minezaki Y, Homma K, Kinjo AR, Nishikawa K. Human transcription factors contain a high fraction of intrinsically disordered regions essential for transcriptional regulation. J Mol Biol. 2006 Jun 16;359(4):1137-49.
  • Morrison N, Cochrane G, Faruque N, Tatusova T, Tateno Y, Hancock D, Field D. Concept of sample in OMICS technology. OMICS. 2006 Summer;10(2):127-37.
  • Niimi T, Sahara K, Oshima H, Yasukochi Y, Ikeo K, Traut W. Molecular cloning and chromosomal localization of the Bombyx Sex-lethal gene. Genome. 2006 Mar;49(3):263-8.
  • Noda AO, Ikeo K, Gojobori T. Comparative genome analyses of nervous system-specific genes. Gene. 2006 Jan 3;365:130-6.
  • Ogasawara O, Otsuji M, Watanabe K, Iizuka T, Tamura T, Hishiki T, Kawamoto S, Okubo K. BodyMap-Xs: anatomical breakdown of 17 million animal ESTs for cross-species comparison of gene expression. Nucleic Acids Res. 2006 Jan 1;34(Database issue):D628-31.
  • Ohta T, Kawabata T, Nishikawa K, Tani A, Kimbara K, Kawai F. Analysis of amino acid residues involved in catalysis of polyethylene glycol dehydrogenase from Sphingopyxis terrae, using three-dimensional molecular modeling-based kinetic characterization of mutants. Appl Environ Microbiol. 2006 Jun;72(6):4388-96.
  • Ohyanagi H, Tanaka T, Sakai H, Shigemoto Y, Yamaguchi K, Habara T, Fujii Y, Antonio BA, Nagamura Y, Imanishi T, Ikeo K, Itoh T, Gojobori T, Sasaki T. The Rice Annotation Project Database (RAP-DB): hub for Oryza sativa ssp. japonica genome information. Nucleic Acids Res. 2006 Jan 1;34(Database issue):D741-4.
  • Okubo K, Sugawara H, Gojobori T, Tateno Y. DDBJ in preparation for overview of research activities behind data submissions. Nucleic Acids Res. 2006 Jan 1;34(Database issue):D6-9.
  • Riley M, Abe T, Arnaud MB, Berlyn MK, Blattner FR, Chaudhuri RR, Glasner JD, Horiuchi T, Keseler IM, Kosuge T, Mori H, Perna NT, Plunkett G 3rd, Rudd KE, Serres MH, Thomas GH, Thomson NR, Wishart D, Wanner BL. Escherichia coli K-12: a cooperatively developed annotation snapshot--2005. Nucleic Acids Res. 2006 Jan 5;34(1):1-9.
  • Sakabe E, Tanaka N, Shimozono N, Gojobori T, Fujiwara S. Effects of U0126 and fibroblast growth factor on gene expression profile in Ciona intestinalis embryos as revealed by microarray analysis. Dev Growth Differ. 2006 Aug;48(6):391-400.
  • Sakai H, Koyanagi KO, Imanishi T, Itoh T, Gojobori T. Frequent emergence and functional resurrection of processed pseudogenes in the human and mouse genomes. Gene. 2006 Nov 18; [Epub ahead of print]
  • Shiina T, Ota M, Shimizu S, Katsuyama Y, Hashimoto N, Takasu M, Anzai T, Kulski JK, Kikkawa E,Naruse T, Kimura N, Yanagiya K, Watanabe A, Hosomichi K, Kohara S, Iwamoto C, Umehara Y, Meyer A, Wanner V, Sano K, Macquin C, Ikeo K, Tokunaga K, Gojobori T, Inoko H, Bahram S. Rapid evolution of major histocompatibility complex class I genes in primates generates new disease alleles in humans via hitchhiking diversity. Genetics. 2006 Jul;173(3):1555-70.
  • Suzuki Y. Ancient positive selection on CD155 as a possible cause for susceptibility to poliovirus infection in simians. Gene. 2006 May 24;373:16-22.
  • Suzuki Y. Natural selection on the influenza virus genome. Mol Biol Evol. 2006 Oct;23(10):1902-11.
  • Suzuki Y. Statistical properties of the methods for detecting positively selected amino acid sites. Gene. 2006 Jan 3;365:125-9.
  • Takeda J, Suzuki Y, Nakao M, Barrero RA, Koyanagi KO, Jin L, Motono C, Hata H, Isogai T, Nagai K, Otsuki T, Kuryshev V, Shionyu M, Yura K, Go M, Thierry-Mieg J, Thierry-Mieg D, Wiemann S, Nomura N, Sugano S, Gojobori T, Imanishi T. Large-scale identification and characterization of alternative splicing variants of human gene transcripts using 56,419 completely sequenced and manually annotated full-length cDNAs. Nucleic Acids Res. 2006;34(14):3917-28.
  • Tanaka N, Abe T, Miyazaki S, Sugawara H. A Useful Bioinformatics Suite for Retrieving and Analyzing Microbial Genome Data (G-InforBIO). Journal of Computer Aided Chemistry. 2006;7:87-93.
  • Tanaka N, Abe T, Miyazaki S, Sugawara H. G-InforBIO: integrated system for microbial genomics. BMC Bioinformatics. 2006 Aug 4;7:368.
  • Tanaka T, Ikeo K, Gojobori T. Evolution of metabolic networks by gain and loss of enzymatic reaction in eukaryotes. Gene. 2006 Jan 3;365:88-94.
  • Traut W, Niimi T, Ikeo K, Sahara K. Phylogeny of the sex-determining gene Sex-lethal in insects. Genome. 2006 Mar;49(3):254-62.
  • Wang HY, Chien HC, Osada N, Hashimoto K, Sugano S, Gojobori T, Chou CK, Tsai SF, Wu CI, Shen CK. Rate of Evolution in Brain-Expressed Genes in Humans and Other Primates. PLoS Biol. 2006 Dec 26;5(2):e13 [Epub ahead of print]
  • Yamasaki C, Kawashima H, Todokoro F, Imamizu Y, Ogawa M, Tanino M, Itoh T, Gojobori T, Imanishi T. TACT: Transcriptome Auto-annotation Conducting Tool of H-InvDB. Nucleic Acids Res. 2006 Jul 1;34(Web Server issue):W345-9.
  • Yoshida K, Fujisawa T, Hwang JS, Ikeo K, Gojobori T. Degeneration after sexual differentiation in hydra and its relevance to the evolution of aging. Gene. 2006 Dec 30;385:64-70.
  • Yura K, Shionyu M, Hagino K, Hijikata A, Hirashima Y, Nakahara T, Eguchi T, Shinoda K, Yamaguchi A, Takahashi K, Itoh T, Imanishi T, Gojobori T, Go M. Alternative splicing in human transcriptome: functional and structural influence on proteins. Gene. 2006 Oct 1;380(2):63-71.

2005

  • 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.

2004

  • Gojobori T. Genomics Data Banks and Biotechnology/Bioinformatics. The 28th IUBS General Assembly & The IUBS Conference International Conference Biological Sciences, Development and Society (Cairo, Egypt ), January 19.
  • Sugawara H. Culture collections face challenges and opportunities. International Symposium Towards a New Era's Microbial Resource Center (Beijing, China), February 14-17.
  • Ikeo K. Comparative study to understand the evolution of central nervous system. Gordon Research Conference on Structural, Functional & Evolutionary Genomics. (Ventura, U.S.A.), February 17.
  • Gojobori T. New Developments in Evolutionary Genomics. Gordon Research Conference on Structural, Functional & Evolutionary Genomics. (Ventura, U.S.A.), February 17.
  • Kinjo R.A. Competition between protein folding and aggregation inside the cell: Studies by density functional theory. NMRS 2004 Symposium on NMR, Drug Design, and Bioinformatics. Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics (Kolkata, India), February 15-22.
  • Gojobori T. Evolution of central nervous system from the viewpoint of gene expression. Molecular Bases of Organismal Diversity and Evolution (Kyoto), February 28.
  • Miyazaki S, Sugawara H. Exhaustive analysis of microbial genomes by Web services and GRID. JST-BIRD International Workshop "Integrated Databases and DataGrid for Structural Biology and Molecular Biology" (Osaka), March 1-2.
  • Tateno Y. International standardization of microarray data and our microarray database, CIBEX. A-IMBN/EMBO Workshop (Tokyo), March 20.
  • Nishikawa K. A study of comparative genomics based on domain structures of proteins. Satellite Symposium of PRICPS2004 (Yokohama), Apr 14-17.
  • Nishikawa K. Genome-wide compositional changes of DNA and proteins in thermophilic bacteria for adaptation to higher temperatures. The 1st Pacific-Rim International Conference on Protein Science (Yokohama), Apr 14-17.
  • Sugawara H. Evolution of WFCC-MIRCEN World Data Centre for Microorganisms (WDCM). ISBER US Meeting 2004 (New York City, U.S.A.), May 12-15.
  • Gojobori T. Activities of Human Full-length cDNA Annotation Project and H-Invitational Database. First ISN Special Neurochemistry Conference (Avignon, France), May 14.
  • Sugawara H. Gene Trek in Procaryote Space powered by a GRID environment Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Life Science Grid. LSGRID2004 (Kanazawa), May 30-June 1.
  • Ikeo K. Molecular Evolution of Nervous system from gene expression profile. Genome & Evolution 2004: SMBE Meeting (Pennsylvania, U.S.A.), June 19.
  • Suzuki Y. New methods for detecting positive selection at single amino acid sites. Genome & Evolution 2004: SMBE Meeting (Pennsylvania, U.S.A.), June 19.
  • Gojobori T. Origins and evolution of the central nervous system in animals: gene expression profiles in hydra neural cells and planarian brai. Genome & Evolution 2004: SMBE Meeting (Pennsylvania, U.S.A.), June 20.
  • Gojobori T. Greetings and overview of H-Invitational Disease Edition Project. H-Invitational Disease Editon Preparatory Meeting4 , National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology : AIST (Tokyo), June 28-29.
  • Okubo K. Machine use of medical textbooks for establishing knowledge handling environment in functional genomics. The Third Workshop on Ontology and Genome - Development and Applications of Ontologies on OMICS Research (Gottingen, Germany), July 1-3.
  • Gojobori T. Evolutionary implication of horizontally transferred genes that were revealed by the sequence comparisons of more than 110 prokaryotic complete genomes. Structural approaches to sequence evolution: Molecules, networks, populations (Dresden, Germany), July 7-12.
  • Barrero R.A. Evolution of mammalian microRNAs and their regulatory targets. 6th Japanese Society of Evolution (Tokyo), August 6.
  • Gojobori T. Search for the evolutionary origin of the CNS: Comparative studies of gene expression in planarian and hydra neural cells. Origins and Evolution of The Nervous Systems (Cold Spring Harbor, U.S.A.), August 30.
  • Gojobori T. Greetings, self introduction & overview. H-Invitational DE Jamboree, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology : AIST (Tokyo), September 2.
  • Tateno Y, Ikeo K, Hayashizaki Y. CIBEX and data standardization. The 7th MGED Society Meeting (Toronto, Canada), September 9-12.
  • Abe T, Sugawara H. A Novel Bioinformatics Approach for Genome Analyses of Environmental Samples on the basis of self-organizing map (SOM). 16th International Genome Sequencing & Analysis(Washington DC, USA), September 27.
  • Sugawara H. The Butterfly Effect. JSCC Award Lecture (Tsukuba), October 9-15.
  • Gojobori T. Genome Evolution. International Lecture in Bioinformatics and Genomics in Collaboration with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and SOKENDAI (Shanghai, China), October 20.
  • Gojobori T. New Developments of Human Full-length cDNA Annotation Invitational (H-Invitational) Data Base. The 2nd International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (Angra dos Reis, Brazil), October 25.
  • Ikeo K. Comparative analysis of gene expression of camera eye octopus and human. BITS2004 ("Beyond the Identification of Transcribed Sequences: Functional, Expression and Evolutionary Analysis"14th International Workshop) (Chiba), October 30.
  • Tateno Y. DNA Data Bank of Japan and the H-Invitational. KISTI (Deajeon, Korea), November 1-5.
  • Sugawara H. WFCC-MIRCEN World Data Centre for Microorganisms (WDCM) meets Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). 19th International CODATA Conference The Information Society: New Horizons for Science (Berlin, Germany), November 7-12.
  • Barrero R.A. Evolution of microRNA genes and their targets. The 5th HUGO Pacific Meeting and 6th Asia-Pacific Conference on Human Genetics (Singapore, Singapore), November 16-21.
  • Okubo K. MACHINE USE OF MEDICAL TEXTBOOKS FOR ESTABLISHING KNOWLEDGE HANDLING ENVIRONMENT IN FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS. The 5th HUGO Pacific Meeting and 6th Asia-Pacific Conference on Human Genetics (Singapore, Singapore), November.17-20.
  • Tateno Y. Genomic evolution of MHC class I regions in primates. The 2nd Mishima Workshop (Hakone), November 25-27.
  • Kosuge K, Okido T, Hirahata M, Shigemoto S, Miyazaki S, Abe T, Gojobori T, Sugawara S. Development of a common protocol for the prediction of microbial genes. Genome Informatics Workshop (Yokohama), December 13.

2003

  • Tateno Y, Ikeo K, Ishi-I J. "CIBEX" AAAS-MGED Meeting (Denver, USA), Feb.15-16.
  • Gojobori T. Opening Remarks & Welcome Speech. The Waterfront Symposium of Human Genome Science (WASH-II), National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Tokyo), Feb.24.
  • Sugawara H, Ymaguchi M, Gojobori T. DDBJ together with JBIC proposes Polymorphism Markup Language (PML) for SNPs. Human Genome Meeting (HGM2003) (Cancun, Mexico), Apr.27-30.
  • Tateno Y. Evolutionary study of MHC genomic regions in apes. Pohang University of Science and Technology, KRIBB (Korea) Mar.06.
  • Sugawara H, Miyazaki S. Web services and genome annotation in GRID by DNA Data Bank of Japan. Life Sciences Grid Mini Symposium at GGF7 (Tokyo), Mar.11.
  • Gojobori T. cDNA sequencing, alternative splicing and libraries. Genomics and Cancer Conference (Germany), May 24.
  • Suzuki Y. Overcredibility of molecular phylogenies obtained by Bayesian phylogenetics. National Institute of Genetics Seminar (Mishima), May.
  • Gojobori T. Biological Information and Complexity, Complexity of Biological Systems - Conceptual and practical issues -Symposium of the Systemscope International Consortium, Duclaux Amphitheater, Institut Pasteur (Paris, France), Jun.19.
  • Gojobori T. Introduction: Results and plans of H-Invitational Workshop for Human Transcriptome Annotation. Annotation and Modelling of Biological Information Round Table of the Systemscope International Consortium and Disease Edition of H-Invitational International Workshop, Maison de Recherche Jean Hamburger, Foundation for Medical Research (Paris, France), Jun.20.
  • Gojobori T. Database construction of gene expression profile and its application to evolutionary and developmental biology. Evolutionary and Developmental Genomics (Naples, Italy), Jun.23.
  • Fukami-Kobayashi K. DDBJing and TERAKOYA: Educational Activities of CIB-DDBJ. WEB03 (Brisbane, Australia), Jun.28.
  • Gojobori T. Genome to Molecular Evolution. Society for Molecular Biology & Evolution: SMBE Meeting (California, USA), Jun.29.
  • Gojobori T. Introduction to Bioinformatics. The 2nd Korea-Japan Bioinformatics Training Course (KAIST, Korea), Aug.18.
  • Tateno Y, Ikeo K, Minakuchi Y. CIBEX, A public gene expression database. The 6th Microarray Gene Expression Data Society (France), Sep.02-05.
  • Nishikawa K. Genome information analyses using the GTOP database of protein-structure annotations. InCoB2003 (Malaysia), Sep.05-11.
  • Gojobori T. Evolutionary origin of the central nervous system-related genes and its implication to the MHC gene evolution. 7th Asia Oceania Histocompatibility Workshop and Conference and 2003 Annual Scientific Meeting of Australian and South East Asian Tissue Typing Association (Nagano), Sep.19.
  • Nishikawa K. Compositional differences in DNA and proteins between thermo- and mesophilic bacteria correlate with the optimal growth temperature. 76th the Japanese Biochemical Society Annual Meeting (Yokohama), Oct.17-18.
  • Okubo K. Integration of PCR-based iAFLP gene expression data with microarray, SAGE and MPSS data. JBIRC Symposium-JBIC Project Report (Tokyo), Oct.23-24.
  • Nishikawa K. Genome data analyses using the GTOP database of protein-structure annotations. ESF-JSPS Frontier Science Meeting for Young Researchers (San Feliu de Guixols, Spain) Oct.24-Nov.01.
  • Fukuchi S. Protein-structure annotation database (GTOP) and its application to genome wide comparison of proteins from bacteria living in extreme environments. The 4th East Asian Biophysics Symposium (Taipei, Taiwan), Nov.03-07.
  • Gojobori T. Opening and Concluding Remarks. H-Invitational 2 Annotation Jamboree, AIST (Tokyo), Nov.10-15.
  • Gojobori T. Transcriptome Annotation Database. Transcriptome 2003, The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo (Tokyo), Nov.16.
  • Sugawara H, Nishimura K. A portal site for resources of pathogenic microorganisms. Frontier Studies and International Networking of Genetic Resources in Pathogenic Microorganisms (Tokyo), Nov.21.
  • Gojobori T. Evolution of brain and CNS from the viewpoint of genome and gene expression profile: What happened in the evolutionary process from planarian to human?. Neuroinformatics Research in Vision, RIKEN Okouchi Hall (Saitama), Dec.04.
  • Sugawara H. Tsunami of data - data resources and untilization for biodiscovery -. WFCC workshop: Commercial Use of Microbial Diversity (Melbourne, Australia), Dec.06.
  • Okubo K. Automatic encoding of biomedical Knowledge:method and application. Role of Antibodies in Genome Science (Nagoya), Dec.16-17.
  • Suzuki Y. Positive and negative selection on viral proteins. Mishima Workshop: the post-genomic studies of genetic diversity and evolution of organismic populations (Mishima and Hakone), Nov.22-23.

2002

  • Gojobori T. An approach toward unification of comparative genomics, functional genomics and bioinformatics. Japan-UK Bioinformatics Forum (Tokyo), Jan 23.
  • Sugawara H. Bioinformatics for biological resource centers. The International Conference on Bioinformatics 2002, North-South Networking (Bangkok), Feb. 7.
  • Tateno Y. CIBEX: A gene expression database at CIB/DDBJ. MGED IV (Boston), Feb. 13-17.
  • Gojobori T. Opening Remarks. The Waterfront Symposium of Human Genome Science (WASH) , National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Tokyo), Mar. 2-3.
  • Tateno Y. Evolution of MHC genes in Apes. Pohan University of Science and Technology (Pohan, Korea), Mar. 22.
  • Sugawara H. Advanced Genomics - Databases and Bioinformatics. MIRCEN Directors Meeting (Washington DC), Apr. 12.
  • Sugawara H. Integration of Biological Data Sources and Tools for Analysis distributed on the Internet. ATCC Science Forum (Manassas), Apr. 12.
  • Tateno Y. Molecular Evolution of a MHC Genome Region in Apes. New Directions in Post-genome Era, Korea National Institute of Health (Seoul, Korea), Apr. 15-19.
  • Miyazaki S, Gojobori T and Sugawara H. Genome Information services at DNA databank of Japan (DDBJ). Genome sequencing & Biology meeting, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, (New York) May 7-11.
  • Homma K, Fukuchi S, Kawabata T, Ota M and Nishikawa K. Systematic Investigation Using the GTOP Database Identifies a Significant Number of Probable Pseudogenes in the Escherichia coli Genome. The Genome Mapping and Sequencing meeting, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (New York), May 9.
  • Miyazaki S. Applications and Resources based on XML in DDBJ. GBIF Data Access and Database Interoperability Advisory Group workshop (San Diego), Jun. 27-28.
  • Tateno Y. Population Genetics and Evolution. Workshop: Evolution & Functional Genomics, University of Hong Kong Department of Medicine (Hong Kong, China), Jul. 18-19.
  • Gojobori T. Search for the evolutionary origin of the central nervous system by comparative functional genomics. Summer Seminar 2002 of Laboratory for DNA Data Analysis, Center for Information Biology and DNA Data Bank of Japan, the University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong, China), Jul. 19.
  • Ikeo K. Gene network evolution: EST analysis From the evolutional view point. Genomics & Structural/Evolutionary Bioinformatics (South Hadley, MA), Jul. 28-Aug. 2.
  • Nishikawa K. Protein-structure annotation database (GTOP) and its application to an analysis of the E. coli genome. Gordon Research Conference on Genomics & Structural/Evolutionary Bioinformatics, Mount Holyoke College (South Hadley, MA), Jul. 30.
  • Gojobori T. Comparative Genomics II/Orthogenomics: Discussion Leader. Gordon Research Conference, Mount Holyoke College (South Hardler, MA), Aug. 1.
  • Ikeo K. The activity of DDBJ. University of Wisconsin (Madison, Wisconsin), Aug. 2.
  • Miyazaki S, Shigemoto Y, Yamaguchi M. and Sugawara H. Toward the ubiquitous access to the biological resources. The 10th International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (Edmonton, Canada), Aug. 3-7.
  • Gojobori T. Opening Remarks: H-Invitational Meeting, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (Tokyo), Aug. 25.
  • Ikeo K. The Activity of H-invitational. HAWKII, (Cambridge, England), Sep. 2.
  • Tateno Y. DNA Data Bank of Japan as an Indispensable Public Database. 3rd International DNA Sampling Conference (Montreal, Canada), Sep. 7.
  • Ikeo K. The Activity of Gene Expression Database in DDBJ. MGED5 (Tokyo), Sep. 24-27.
  • Gojobori T. Welcome Speech. 5th Microarray gene Expression Data Society Meeting (Tokyo), Sep. 25.
  • Nishikawa K. Protein-structure annotation database (GTOP): Application to searches for pseudogenes in the E. coli genome. Second KIAS Conference on Protein Structure and Function: Structure and Mechanism in Protein Science (Seoul, Korea), Sep. 27.
  • Sugawara H. Interoperability of Biological Data Resources. 18th International Conference CODATA2002 (Montreal, Canada) Oct. 1
  • Gojobori T. Opportunities in Biotechnology. 7th International Workshop on MHC Evolution VIII Complement Genetics Workshop and Conference (Perth, Australia) Oct. 4.
  • Sugawara H. Infrastructure for the study of microbial diversity and evolution: resource centers and databases. 2002 International Meeting of the Federation of Korean Microbiological Societies Microbial Diversity and Evolution (Millennium Town, Korea), Oct. 23.
  • Gojobori T. Evolution of the Central Nervous System from the Viewpoint of Gene Expression and Construction of the Integrated Database. BITS:Beyond the Identification of Transcribed Sequences:Functional, Expression and Evolutionary Analysis 12th international Workshop (Virginia), Oct. 26.
  • Gojobori T. Asian Bioinformatics Initiative and its Possible Role of Japan and Korea. 4th Japan-Korea Science and Technology Forum (Tokyo), Nov. 18.
  • Yamaguchi M, Matsuura Y, Sugawara H and Shigemoto Y. A feasibility study about the standardization in bioinformatics (FSSB) by the Japan Biologoical Informatics Consortium (JBIC). Objects in Bio- & Chem- Informatics 2002 (Washington DC), Nov. 19.
  • Gojobori T. Origin and Evolution of the Central Nervous System. The 18th International Symposium in Conjunction with Award of the International Prize for Biology (Tokyo), Dec. 3.
  • Tateno Y. DNA Data Bank of Japan at work on functional genomics. Eastern Forum of Science and Technology: Bioinformatics Technology in Post-genome Era (Shanghai, China), Dec. 16.

2001

  • 1/7-13 Tateno Y. Chromosomes: structure,function and evolution. Symposium on Evolutionary Genomics. Guanacaste (Costa Rica)
  • 1/8 Gojobori T. Evolutionary features of the human genome. Society of Molecular Evolution Meeting,Costa Smeralda. Guanacaste (Costa Rica)
  • 3/6 Gojobori T. Organismic Evolution from the Viewpoint of Gene Expression Profiles. The 46th International NIBB Conference,Genetics and Epigenetics -the first 100 years-. Okazaki Conference Center (Okazaki)
  • 3/6-10 Tateno Y. DNA Data Bank of Japan and its use for the study of protein structural evolution. National University of Singapore (Singapore)
  • 3/8 Gojobori T. Organismal Evolution from the Viewpoint of Gene Expression Profiles. Molecular Bases of Organismal Diversity. Kyoto International Conference Hall (Kyoto)
  • 3/14 Gojobori T and Niimura Y. Reconstruction of chromosomal banding in human genome by computer Takashi Gojobori and Yoshihito Niimura. The 6th International Symposium on Genome Science in the 21st Century. The Graduate University for Advanced Studies,Hayama campus (Hayama)
  • 3/14-15 Saitou N. Ape Genome Project Silver.GEMINI (Genes and Minds Initiative) Workshop on Ape Genomics. Hotel Inter-Continental Tokyo Bay (Tokyo)
  • 3/26-4/2 Tateno Y. A project of an expression profile database, CIBEX. The 3rd Meeting on Microarray Genome Expression Database. MGED3. Stanford University, Palo Alto (California)
  • 3/26 Sugawara H. Biological Resource Center - Underpinning the future of life science and biotechnology. Workshop on Microbial Data on Internet. BIOTEC, National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (Bangkok)
  • 3/26 Sugawara H. InforBIO: e-Workbench for systematics for microbes. Workshop on Microbial Data on Internet. BIOTEC, National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (Bangkok)
  • 3/26 Sugawara H. On-line registration system, new serach system of WDCM and comparative genomics of microbes. Workshop on Microbial Data on Internet. BIOTEC, National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (Bangkok) 
  • 4/30-5/4 Tateno Y. DDBJ Protein Database. Protein Sequence Database Meeting. Georgetown University Medical Center (Washington, DC)
  • 5/19-20 Saitou N. Comparative genome analysis of apes and human. American genetic Association Annual meeting. Town and Country Hotel Regency Ballroom (San Diego)
  • 5/20-26 Sugawara H and Miyazaki S. An Integrated Retrieval and Analysis System for Microbial Data Distributed in the Internet:InforBIO American Society for Microbiology. Orange County Convention Center (Orland)
  • 5/20-27 Tateno Y. The 12th International Nucleotide Sequence Databases Advisors Meeting. EBI (Cambridge)
  • 5/20-27 Tateno Y. The 14th International Nucleotide Sequence Databases Collaborative Meeting.
  • 6/12-17 Tateno Y, Ikeo K and Gojobori T. Current DDBJ activities in Bioinformatics. China-EU Workshop on Bioinformatics in the Post-Gnome Era. Tianping Hotel Shanghai (Shanghai)
  • 7/6-12 Fukami-Kobayashi K and Steven A. Benner. Detecting compensatory covariation signals in protein evolution using reconstructed ancestral sequences. SMBE 2001. University of georgia (Georgia)
  • 9/28-30 Saitou N. Genetic affinity of human populations in East Eurasia. Symposium Evolution, genetics, Ecology and biodiversity. (Vladivostok)
  • 10/23-29 Ota K and Gojobori T. Disappearance of female heteromorphic sex chromosome in the order Aulopiformes. The 5th Anton Dohrn Workshop Natural Selection and the Neutral Theory. Hotel Continental Terme (Ischia Island)
  • 10/23-29 Tateno Y. Evolution of the lactose intake pathway in Lactobacillus gasseri. The 5th Anton Dorhn Workshop on Natural Selection and the Neutral. Hotel Continental Terme (Ischia Island)
  • 10/24-27 Ikeo K. Approach for the Comparative study of Gene Expressioln profile in Tunicate early developmental stages using DNA microarray tecnique. New Perspectives in Tunicate Biology. Benthic Ecology Laboratory. The 5th Anton Dohrn Workshop Natural Selection and the Neutral Theory. Hotel Continental Terme (Ischia Island)
  • 10/26 Hotta K and Gojobori T. Search for epoch-making genes in the evolution of chordate notochord. The 5th Anton Dohrn Workshop Natural Selection and the Neutral Theory. Hotel Continental Terme (Ischia Island)
  • 10/31 Gojobori T. Bioinformatics Activities in Japan and the DNA Data Bank of Japan. The 3rd Korea-Japan Science and Technology Forum. Hotel the Shilla (Seoul)
  • 11/4 Gojobori T. Evolution of central nervous system related genes from the viewpoint of gene expression profile, Session4: Invertebrate Developmental Evolution. Symposium on Evolutionary Genomics New Paradigm of Biology in the 21st Century. Atami Korakuen Hotel (Atami)
  • 11/4-5 Tateno Y. Symposium on Evolutionary Genomics New Paradigm of Biology in the 21st Century. Atami Korakuen Hotel (Atami)
  • 11/4-6 Saitou N. Evolutionary genomics of humans and apes. Symposium on Evolutionary Genomics New Paradigm of Biology in the 21st Century. Atami Korakuen Hotel (Atami)
  • 11/4-7 Fukami-Kobayashi K. Parallel evolution at molecular level between bacterial transcription factors in the LacI/GalR family and sugar-binding periplasmic proteins. Symposium on Evolutionary Genomics New Paradigm of Biology in the 21st Century. Atami Korakuen Hotel (Atami)
  • 11/4-7 Mineta K, Nakazawa M, Ikeo K, Agata K and Gojobori T. Comparative study for the CNS evolution using neural-related genes found in the planarian EST project. Symposium on Evolutionary Genomics New Paradigm of Biology in the 21st Century. Atami Korakuen Hotel (Atami)
  • 11/4-7 Nakazawa M, CEBRI F, Kobayashi C, Mineta K, Ikeo K, Agata K and Gojobori T. The study of molecular diversity in the brain evolution: Planarian gene expression profiles revealing with cDNA chip technology. Symposium on Evolutionary Genomics New Paradigm of Biology in the 21st Century. Atami Korakuen Hotel (Atami)
  • 11/4-7 Niimura Y and Gojobori T. In silico chromosome staining: Reconstruction of Giemsa bands from the whole human genome sequences. Symposium on Evolutionary Genomics New Paradigm of Biology in the 21st Century. Atami Korakuen Hotel (Atami)
  • 11/16-18 Saitou N. Comparison of Hox A Gene Cluster in Humans and Apes. Symposium on Explaining Humans, Salk Institute for Biological Sciences. La Jolla (California)
  • 11/20 Gojobori T. Search for disease genes by use of genetics diversity of human populations, and the underlying ideas of population genetics. The First Hakone-yama Symposium. International Medical Center of Japan (Tokyo)
  • 12/9-12 CEBRI F, Nakazawa M, Kobayashi C, Mineta K, Ikeo K, Gojobori T and Agata K. MBSJ Annual Meeting 2001 in Pacifico-Yokohama. Planarian brain structure: what does it tell us about the evolution of the central nervous system?. Pacifico Yokohama (Yokohama)
  • 12/17-19 Misu S, Iizuka T, Kawanishi Y, Fukami-Kobayashi K and Saitou N. Camus DB for amino acid sequence data. GIW 2001. Yebisu Garden Place (Tokyo)