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Between the DNA blueprint and the protein machines it encodes lies a wealth of RNA molecules. These RNAs serve to increase genetic diversity, but as we have also come to appreciate, RNAs also serve a much richer function and can take on regulatory roles themselves. New methods that allow analysis at the single-cell and single-molecule levels have provided us with a greater ability to understand the significance of these functions with greater precision than before.

Join us in Berlin in 2019 for a conference focused on the regulatory roles of RNAs. Topics will include generation of diversity through RNA-mediated processes, diversity among RNAs themselves through processes such as RNA editing, and analysis of gene expression at the single-cell level.

We hope to see you there!

Abstracts are invited for the following topics:

  • mRNA biogenesis and processing
  • RNA modifications and editing
  • RNA-guided gene regulation
  • Single-cell RNA biology
  • RNA localization, granules, and phase separation


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Keynote Speakers
  • Markus Landthaler, Group Leader, Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine, Germany
  • Gunter Meister, Biochemistry Center Regensburg (BZR), Laboratory for RNA Biology, University of Regensburg, Germany
  • Nicole Neuman, Leading Edge Editor,Cell
  • Ruth Zearfoss, Deputy Editor, Cell Reports
Supporting Publications
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