Information on academic conference participation

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2020

The 43th Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan (MBSJ2020)

2 December 2020 – 4 December 2020

1P-0127Development of A Highly Sensitive Fluorescent Probe for Monitoring of Mitochondrial Membrane Potential in Multi-Sample Processing
1P-0035Metabolic analysis of cells by using microplate-based assay systems
1P-0436Highly Sensitive Fluorescent Staining of Cell Surface Antigens on Living Cells by β-Galactosidase-Catalyzed Reaction
1P-0322Development of a novel fluorescent glucose analogs for cellular glucose uptake assay
2P-0166Development of a small-molecule fluorescent probe for live-cell imaging of endocytosis
3P-0178Development of Low Toxic Fluorescent Probes for Monitoring Plasma Membrane Long-Term

Symposium on Exosomes and Other Extracellular Vesicles (iChem-2020)

2 November 2020

P05Visualization of Exosome Dynamics without the Labeling-Induced Characteristic

The 79th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Cancer Association

1 October 2020 – 3 October 2020

PJ11-6-6Development of highly sensitive fluorescent probe for cellular glucose uptake assay.
PJ12-1-6Highly Sensitive Detection Method of Cell Surface Antigens with β-Galactosidase Fluorescent Substrate.
PJ11-6-8Development of Fluorometric Measurement Method for Cystine/Glutamic Acid Transporter (xCT) Activity.

2019

2019 NHLBI MITOCHONDRIAL BIOLOGY SYMPOSIUM

26 September 2019 – 27 September 2019

316Development and application of novel fluorescent probes for detection of mitochondria dynamics and mitophagy

2019 Kern Lipid Conference

12 August 2019 – 14 August 2019

106Development and application of novel fluorescent probes for detection of Lipid droplets

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