Posts Tagged ‘Seminar’


Seminar “Phylogeny and mitochondrial DNA polymorphisms in native American”

Mexico City, Friday, September 28, 2012
PhD Muñoz explain its research develop in mitocondrial DNA phylogenetic studies which objective is study population migrations from sequencing bones to get information about old and pre-hispanic populations at molecular level


Seminar “Advances in the analysis of lung adenocarcinoma: importance of the environment and cancer-initiating cells”

Mexico City, Wednesday, September 19, 2012
PhD. Sweet Cordero based its speach en twoo parts: a) Analysis fibroblasts role associated with lung adenocarcinoma, b) Identifying cancer-initiating cells.
Concluded by noting that cancer-associated fibroblasts (CAFS) may have a role in oncogenesis and furthermore mentioned IL6 and CLCF are cytokines secreted by CAFS which play an important role in tumor growth.


Seminar “Role of protein structure and its implications for health”

(Español) México, D.F. Viernes 17 de agosto de 2012
El Dr. Brieba habló sobre sus investigaciones basadas en la entamoeba histolytica como modelo de estudio para las proteínas modulares, la cual tiene como objetivo identificar la Prospección biológica, estudiando la enzima Phi29 y la Replicación y transcripción mitocondrial del T7 RNA polimerasa.


Seminar “Genetic susceptibility factors to HPV infection and cervical cancer”

Mexico City / July 13, 2012

On Friday, July 13, it was held at INMEGEN Auditorium, Torre Zafiro, the Seminar “Genetic susceptibility factors to HPV infection and cervical cancer” given by PhD. Vicente Madrid-Marina. PhD. Madrid said cervical cancer is a public health problem in Mexico. He mentioned its research can be used in formulation of public politics. One of these researches resulted in the identification of a gene variant that makes women susceptible to developing cancer.


Seminar “Cancer Genome Analysis: Computational Challenges and Approaches”

Mexico, City/ June 29, 2012
Dr. Getz said when analyzing data obtained from cancer genome may of them can complicate the search for genetic alterations in cancer.


Seminar “Endothelial activation by soluble factors tumor”

Mexico City / June 01, 2012
In Seminar “Endothelial activation by soluble factors tumor” given by Dr. Alejandro Zentella Dehesa, Researcher at National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition Salvador Zubiran, who pointed out that cancer is a combination of mutations capable of invading adjacent tissues and then spread throughout the body through the lymphatic system and tumor cells to adhere to the endothelium.