APPA/PS/PSSJ Workshop in Joint Annual Meeting of 71st JSCB and 19th PSSJ

KOBE Convention Center, June 25, 2019

The approach for 2020 World Conference on Protein Science

After the 1st International Pacific Conference on Protein Science (PRICPS) held in Yokohama in 2004, the Asia Pacic Protein Association (APPA) was established with the aim of collaboration and development in protein science research in the Asia-Pacific region. APPA has organized international symposia every three years. Next year 2020, we will hold the 2020 World Conference on Protein Science, combining the APPA International Symposium, the Annual Meeting of PSSJ and the Symposium of Protein Society (PS), and will gather researchers from all over the world in protein science research. In this workshop, we would like to discuss the world in protein science research as well as research exchange with APPA.

Organized by
Yuji Goto (Osaka University), James Ketudat Cairns (Suranaree University of Technology), Masafumi Yohda (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

  1. The Asia Pacic Protein Association and the Protein Society of Thailand
    James R. Ketudat Cairns
    Suranaree University of Technology, THAILAND
  2. Structure, function and potential application of Cold active lipase from Antarctic Pseudomonas
    Mohd Shukuri Mohamad Ali
    Universiti Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA
  3. Conformational analysis and structural details of space-grown and earth-grown T1 lipase crystal structures through molecular dynamic simulation study
    Raja Noor Zaliha Raja Abd
    Universiti Putra Malaysia, MALAYSIA
  4. Mechanisms for liquid-liquid phase separation of intrinsically disordered proteins and its modulation by ATP and nucleic acids
    Jianxing Song
    National University of Singapore, SINGAPORE
  5. Structure and Dynamics of Membrane Proteins by X-ray Crystallography and Xfel
    Ji-Hye Yun
    Yonsei University, KOREA
  6. Exploring proteins in living cells: uncovering the regrowth-delay body as a novel reversible subcellular structure assembled in non- growing bacterial cells
    Zengyi Chang
    Peking University, CHINA