Page 12 - Mouse Molecular Genetics

Plenary/Platform Sessions
12
Wednesday, October 3 8:30 am–12:00 noon
Merrill Hall
Plenary/Platform Session 2 -
Patterning
Chair: Hiroshi Sasaki, Kumamoto University
10
- 8:30
Mechanisms of position-dependent specification of cell
fates in preimplantation embryos. Hiroshi Sasaki
.
IMEG, Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan.
11
- 9:00
FGF4 is required for lineage restriction and salt-and-
pepper distribution of primitive endoderm program
but not its initiation in the mouse. Minjung Kang
1,2
,
Ania Piliszek
3
,
Jérôme Artus
4
,
Anna-Katerina
Hadjantonakis
1
. 1)
Developmental Biology, Sloan-
Kettering Institute, New York, NY; 2) Biochemistry, Cell
and Molecular Biology Program, Weill Graduate School
of Medical Sciences of Cornell University, New York,
NY 10065, USA; 3) Department of Experimental
Embryology, Institute of Genetics and Animal Breeding,
Polish Academy of Sciences, Jastrzebiec, 05-552 Wólka
Kosowska, Poland; 4) Institut Pasteur, CNRS URA2578,
Mouse Functional Genetics Unit, Paris, France.
12
- 9:20
Cell fate decisions regulating stem cell origins during
preimplantation mouse development. Amy Ralston
1
,
Tristan Trum
1
,
Stephanie Blij
1
,
Chaoyang Wang
2
,
Paul
Robson
2
,
Aytekin Akyol
3,4
,
Eric Fearon
3
,
Michael A.
Halbisen
1
,
Yoshikazu Hirate
5
,
Hiroshi Sasaki
5
,
Tony
Parenti
1
,
Eryn Wicklow
1
. 1)
Molecular, Cell, and
Developmental Biology, UCSC, Santa Cruz, CA; 2)
Genome Institute of Singapore, Singapore; 3) Division of
Molecular Medicine and Genetics, University of
Michigan Medical School; 4) Department of Pathology,
Hacettepe University School of Medicine, Ankara,
Turkey; 5) Department of Cell Fate Control, Institute of
Molecular Embryology and Genetics, Kumamoto
University, Japan.
13
- 9:40
The T-box factor Eomesodermin is required in the
visceral endoderm for proper axis specification in the
early mouse embryo. Sonja Nowotschin
1
,
Gloria
Kwon
1
,
Evan Weiner
1
,
Anna Piliszek
1
,
Chai-an Mao
2
,
Kat
Hadjantonakis
1
. 1)
Developmental Biology, Sloan-
Kettering, New York, NY 10065, USA; 2) Department of
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Texas
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX 77030,
USA.
10:00
am -
Break
14
- 10:20
How does retinoic acid regulate progenitor cell
maintenance and differentiation in the nervous system
and sensory organs? Pascal Dolle
1
,
Monika Rataj
Baniowska
1
,
Muriel Rhinn
1
,
Wojciech Krezel
1
,
Karen
Niederreither
2
,
Raj Ladher
3
,
Marie Paschaki
1
. 1)
IGBMC,
Strasbourg, France; 2) Dell Pediatric Research Institute,
Austin, TX, USA; 3) RIKEN Center for Developmental
Biology, Kobe, Japan.
15
- 10:40
The Wnt3a/β-catenin target Mesogenin1 (Msgn1) is a
master regulator of presomitic mesoderm
differentiation. Ravi B. Chalamalasetty
1
,
William C.
Dunty Jr.
2
,
Wuhong Pei
3
,
Kristin K. Biris
1
,
Rieko Ajima
1
,
Benjamin Feldman
3
,
Terry P. Yamaguchi
1
. 1)
Cancer and
Developmental Biology Laboratory, Frederick National
Laboratory, NIH, Frederick, MD; 2) Division of
Metabolism and Health Effects, NIAAA, NIH, Bethesda,
MD; 3) Medical Genetics Branch, Vertebrate Embryology
Section, NHGRI, NIH, Bethesda, MD.
16
- 11:00
ENU-induced disruption of murine ESCRTII complex
results in enhancement of the Fgf-Shh signaling loop
with polydactyly.
Karen Handschuh
1
,
Matthew Koss
1
,
Elisabetta Ferretti
1
,
Michael Depew
2
,
John Manak
3
,
Kathryn Anderson
4
,
Elizabeth Lacy
4
,
Licia Selleri
1
. 1)
Dept of Cell and Developmental Biology, Weill Cornell
Medical College, NY, NY, USA; 2) Dept of Craniofacial
Development, King’s College, London, UK; 3) Roy J.
Carver Center for Genomics, University of Iowa, Iowa
City, IA, USA; 4) Program of Developmental Biology,
Sloan Kettering Institute, Memorial Sloan Kettering
Cancer Center, NY, NY, USA.
17
- 11:20
"
Diverse roles of Fibroblast Growth Factor signaling
during somitogenesis and axis extension". Mark
Lewandoski
.
Frederick National Lab for Cancer
Research, National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of
Health, Frederick, MD 21702, USA.