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The 5th NIBB Conference "Mechanism of Cell Movement II"

Organizers Noburo Kamiya
Harunori Ishikawa
Venue National Institute for Basic Biology, Okazaki , 444-8585, Japan
Date Mar. 17-19, 1980
M. Kuwahara (NIBB, Director General) : Welcome address
N. Kamiya (NIBB) : Opening Remarks
1. Y. Hiramoto* and M. Saiki-Hamaguchi (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.):  Movement of pronuclei in fertilized sea urchin eggs.
2. M. Kurokawa (Univ. of Tokyo): Blockade of slow axoplasmic transport.
3. S. Tsukita* and H. Ishikawa (Univ. of Tokyo) : Morphological basis of fast axonal trans­ port.
4. E. D. Salmon (Univ. of North Carolina) : Micromolar calcium induces microtubule depoly­ merization and concurrent fiber shortening in isolated mitotic spindles.
5. H. Sakai (Univ. of Tokyo): Reactivation of isolated mitotic apparatuses.
6. R. Kuriyama (NIBB) :"Mic rotubule-initiating activity of centrosomes extracted from tissue culture cells.
7. J. L. Rosenbaum (Yale Univ.) : The role of  microtubule-associated-proteins (MAPs) in the assembly and function of microtubules.
8. T. Suzuki* (NIBB): Flagellar assembly pathway in Salmonella.
9. R. Kamiya* and S. Asakura (Nagoya Univ.): Polymorphic transition in bacterial flagella.
10. H. Asai (Waseda Univ.): Contraction and extension cycle of glycerinated  stalk  of  Vorticella by varying ambient Ca2+ concentrations.
11. K. Ogawa* (NIBB), S. Negishi and M. Obika (Keio Univ.) : Dynein 1 does locate at the outer arms within sperm axonemes of sea urchin and rainbow trout.
12. Y. Yano and T. Miki-Noumura* (Ochanomizu Univ.): Recovery of sliding ability in the arm-depleted axonemes by recombining the extracted dynein 1.
13. Y. Naitoh* and K. Sugino (Univ. of  Tsukuba):  Computor simulation in ciliary movement in Paramecium.
14. S. Nakamura (Nagoya Univ.): Flagellar motility mutants of Chlamydomonas.
15. K. Takahashi (Univ. of Tokyo): Control of microtubule sliding in cilia and flagella.
16. S. Watanabe (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) : Myosins from clam foot, squid mantle, and scallop adductor.
17. T. Arata and Y. Tonomura* (Osaka Univ.) : Relationship of crossbridge movement with ATP hydrolysis in muscle fiber.
18. T. Hasegawa*, H. Sugino and S. Hatano (Nagoya Univ.):  Fragmin: A Ca2+-senssiitive regulatory factor on the formation of actin filaments.
19. A. Asano*, N. Mimura and P. F. Kuno (Osaka Univ.): Actinogelin: A new protein which induces Ca2+-sensitive gelation of F-actin.
20. O. Numata* and Y. Watanabe (Univ. of Tsukuba): A new fibrous  protein  from  Tetrahymena. - A possible role in cell division.
21. N. Shibata (Center for Adult Diseases): Location of actin and myosin in leucocytes.
22. R. D. Allen (Dartmouth College) : Mechanisms of movement in blood platelets.
23. T. Ueda*, T. Hirose, H. Satoh and Y. Kobatake (Hokkaido Univ.): Transduction mecanism between chemoreception and tactic movement in plasmodia of Physarum.
24. H. Sato (Nagoya Univ.) : Contractile movement preserved in artificially induced plasmodial fragments, the "caffein drops".
25. F. Matsumura*, Y. Yoshimoto and N. Kamiya (NIBB): Tension generation by actomyosin thread derived from Physarum.
26. N. Kamiya*, Y. Yoshimoto, F. Matsumura, S. Nakamura (NIBB) and T. Sakai (Kinki Univ.) : Rhythmicity of cytoplasmic movement in Physarum.
27. E. Kamitsubo (Hitotsubashi Univ.) : U-tum streaming in internodal cells of Characeae.
28. R. Nagai* (Osaka Univ.), M. Ishigami (Shiga Univ.) and Y. Yamaguchi (Osaka Univ.): Cytoplasmic streaming in Vallisneria.
29. J.C.W. Chen (Rutgers Univ.) : The inhibition of Nitella protoplasmic streaming with high ATP concentration.
30. S. Higashi-Fujime (Nagoya Univ.): Active movement of synthetic actomyosin.
31. H. Shimizu (Univ. of Tokyo) : The temperature dependence of  the streaming velocity in an artificial streaming system and Nitella.
  (* Speaker of a paper by multi-authors)