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The 7th NIBB Conference "Mechanism of Cell Movement III"

Organizers Noburo Kamiya
Harunori Ishikawa
Venue National Institute for Basic Biology, Okazaki , 444-8585, Japan
Date Mar. 9-11, 1981
M. Kuwabara (Director-General of NIBB) : Welcome address
N. Kamiya(NIBB): Opening Remarks
1. Y. Hiramoto* and S. Ishijirna (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) : Dynamics of flagellar movement in sea urchin spermatozoa: Analysis of flagellar movement in a stationary stream.
2. K. Takahashi (Univ. of Tokyo) : The force of microtubule sliding in flagella.
3. T. Maruyama (Tokyo Metropol. Univ.) : Retractile motion of the longitudinal flagellum in Ceratium tripos, a marine dinoflagellate.
4. Y. Shigenaka*, T. Suzaki, A. Toyohara and K. Yano (Hiroshima Univ.) : Saltatory move­ ment mechanism of intra-axopodial particles in a heliozoan genus Echinosphaerium.
5. T. Suzaki*, A. Toyohara, K. Yano and Y. Shigenaka (Hiroshima Univ.) : Axopodial contraction in a heliozoan genus Echinosphaerium.
6. L. I. Rebhun (Univ. of Virginia) : Assembly of sea urchin and clam spindle tubulins and their interaction with calcium.
7. E. Nishida* and H. Sakai (Univ. of Tokyo): A 94K protein that modulates assembly of both tubulin and actin.
8. H. Kumagai*, E. Nishida and H. Sakai (Univ. of Tokyo) : Calcium and calmodulin­ dependent regulation of microtub le assembly.
9. H. Sato* and T. Kato (Nagoya Univ.) : Isotope effect of D2O for the polymerization and depolymerization of microtubules.
10. R. Kuriyama (NIBB) : In vitro nucleation of microtubules from MTOC prepared from cellular slime mold: Characterization and comparison with centrosomes of cultured mammalian cells.
11. H.-U. Koop (Univ. of Colorado) : Intracellular movements in Acetabularia.
12. R. Nagai* and S.  Fukui (Osaka  Univ.) : Differential treatment of Acetabularia: with reference to cytoplasmic streaming.
13. M. Tazawa* (Univ. of Tokyo) and Y. Tominaga (Heian Women's Coll.) : Regulation mechanism of the cytoplasmic streaming in Characeae cells.
14. E. Kamitsubo (Hitotsubashi Univ.) : Heat-labile endoplasmic factor indispensable for the cytoplasmic streaming in characean cells.
15. M. Ishigami* (Shiga Univ.), R. Nagai and K. Kuroda (Osaka Univ.) : Birefringent fibrils in Physarum plasmodium.
16. Y. Kobatake (Hokkaido Univ.) : Limit cycle of contraction rhythm in Physarum polycephalum.
17. R. Kuroda* and H. Kuroda (Aichi Gakuin Univ.) : Cytoplasmic calcium and contractility of Physarum polycephalum.
18. T. Sakai (Kinki univ.) : Spatial difference of the ATP content in Physarum plasmodium.
19. Y. Yoshimoto, S. Nakamura and N. Kamiya* (NIBB) : Changes in intracellular Ca2+ and ATP concentrations and in extracellular pH of Physarum plasmodium in relation to its contraction-relaxation cycle.
20. K. Kuroda* and S. Sonobe (Osaka Univ.) : Reactivation of glycerinated amoeba.
21. J. Condeelis (Albert Einstein Coll. of Med.) : Microfilament function during changes in cell shape and surface architecture.
22. H. Ishikawa*, S. Tukita and Sh. Tukita (Univ. of Tokyo) : Actin filaments: Intracellular arrangement  and association  with cell membranes.
23. L. I. Rebhun (Univ. of Virginia) : Conditions for the assembly of actin in sea urchin egg microvilli.
24. I. Mabuchi (Univ. of Tokyo) : Assembly  and  disassembly of actin in echinoderm eggs.
25. K. Owaribe* and  H. Masuda(Nagoya  Univ.) : Cytoskeleton of pigmented epithelial cells.
26. A. Asano* and N. Mimura (Osaka Univ.) : Characterization and intracellular localization of actinogelin, a Ca2+-sensitive actin-accessory protein.
27. S. Ogihara (Osaka Univ.) : Actinotanglin - a novel actin-binding protein purified from Physarum plasmodia which entangles actin filaments and blocks actin-myosin interaction.
28. K. Kohama (Univ. of Tokyo) : A regulatory factor inhibiting actin-myosin interaction of Physarum polycephalum in the presence of Ca ion.
29. H. Sugino, T. Hasegawa, S. Hatano* (Nagoya Univ.) and F. Matsumura (NIBB): A possible role of fragmin in the tension development of the actomyosin system in Physarum.
30. K. Maruyama (Chiba Univ.): Cell β-actinin, an accelerator of actin polymerization.
31. S. Watanabe (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) : Magnesium requirement for the thick filament formation from chicken gizzard myosin.
32. T. Yanagida (Osaka Univ.) : Motions of actin and myosin cross-bridge during muscle contraction.
33. H. Shimizu (Univ. of Tokyo) : The molecular process of chemomechanical conversion in acto-myosin and acto-heavy meromyosin systems.