MicroRNA at SFN 2009

by Chris on October 7, 2009

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Below is a list of the sessions/posters at the upcoming Society for Neuroscience Conference that will feature the topic of microRNA:

Sat, Oct 17, 3:00 ‐4:00 PM 29.19/A54 ‐The role of micrornas in midbrain dopaminergic neurogenesis

*A. M. ANDEREGG, B. A. YUN, M. JOKSIMOVIC, R. B. AWATRAMANI; Neurol., Northwestern Univ., Chicago, IL

Poster 29. Neurogenesis and Gliogenesis: Proliferation I Sat, Oct 17, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sat, Oct 17, 2:00 ‐3:00 PM 30.10/B15 ‐let‐7 and Lin‐28: A feedback loop controlling neural stem cell commitment

*A. RYBAK1, H. FUCHS2, E. CUEVAS1, R. NITSCH1, F. WULCZYN1; 1Ctr. Anat, Berlin, Germany; 2Ctr. Anat, Berlin, Germany

Poster 30. Adult Neurogenesis and Stem Cells Sat, Oct 17, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sat, Oct 17, 2:00 ‐3:00 PM 31.2/B28 ‐MicroRNAs regulate oligodendrocyte precursor cell differentiation and the expression of myelin­specific proteins

*C. E. PEDRAZA1, W. B. MACKLIN2; 1Neurosciences, Cleveland Clin., Beachwood, OH; 2Cell and Developmental Biol., Univ. of Colorado Denver Med. Sch., Denver, CO

Poster 31. Oligodendrocyte Differentiation Sat, Oct 17, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sat, Oct 17, 2:00 ‐3:00 PM 31.10/B36 ‐Identification of microRNAs that functionally regulate oligodendrocyte differentiation

*J. C. DUGAS1, T. L. CUELLAR2, A. SCHOLZE1, B. ASON2, A. IBRAHIM1, B. EMERY1, J. L. ZAMANIAN1, L. C. FOO1, M. T. MCMANUS2, B. A. BARRES1; 1Dept Neurobiol, Stanford Univ., Stanford, CA; 2Microbiology and Immunol., Univ. of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA

Poster 31. Oligodendrocyte Differentiation Sat, Oct 17, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 11:00 AM ‐12:00 PM 137.4/C55 ‐Co‐expression of microRNAs and their potential targets in neuronal processes

*T. TKATCH, A. ROCCHI; Italian Inst. of Technol., Genova, Italy

Poster 137. Transcription and Translation in Plasticity I Sun, Oct 18, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 8:00 ‐9:00 AM 146.17/H35 ‐Loss of microRNA activity in the pathogenesis of ALS‐like motor neuron disease

S. HARAMATI1, E. CHAPNIK1, H. SZTAINBERG1, R. EILAM1, I. WIRGUIN3, E. MORIMOTO4, T. MANIATIS4, P. HEISER4, L. L. RUBIN4, A. WILLS5, R. H. BROWN5, C. TABIN6, M. HIDEMI7, *A. CHEN2, E. HORNSTEIN1; 2Dept Neurobiol, 1Weizmann Inst. of Sci., Rehovot, Israel; 3Ben Gurion Univ., Be’er Sheva, Israel; 4Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA; 5Massachusetts Gen. Hosp., Boston, MA; 6Harvard Med. Sch., Boston, MA; 7Keio Univ., Tokyo, Japan

Poster 146. Motor Neuron Disease: Models Sun, Oct 18, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 9:00 ‐10:00 AM 164.2/T16 ‐Mir‐26a regulates the circadian rhythm of the L‐type voltage‐gated calcium channel α1C (L­VGCCα1C) subunit in chicken cone photoreceptors

L. SHI, M. L. KO, *G. Y.‐P. KO; Vet. Integrative Biosci., Texas A&M Univ., College Station, TX

Poster 164. Retina: Photoreceptors and Pigment Epithelium Sun, Oct 18, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 10:00 ‐11:00 AM 197.23/FF102 ‐Profiling both miRNAs and mRNA targets in human brain regions

*E. GRIGORENKO, A. BOND, E. ORTENBERG, J. HURLEY, D. ROBERTS, K. MUNNELLY; Biotrove, Woburn, MA

Poster 197. Functional Genomics, Proteomics, and Biomarkers Sun, Oct 18, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 4:00 ‐5:00 PM 219.4/A25 ‐Miss‐expression of the brain enriched microRNAs mir‐124 and mir‐128 leads to neuronal migrational disorders

*H. R. FUCHS1, A. RYBAK2, U. STRAUSS2, G. F. WULCZYN2, R. NITSCH2; 1Charité, 2Inst. For Anat. Charité Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Poster 219. Neurogenesis and Gliogenesis: Migration I Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 2:00 ‐3:00 PM 220.14/B3 ‐miRNA‐410 regulates self‐renewal and lineage differentiation of neural stem cells

*Y.‐C. TSAN, M. H. MORELL, S. O’SHEA; Cell and Developmental Biol., Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor|910006186|0, Ann Arbor, MI

Poster 220. Stem Cells: Basic Biology I Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 2:00 ‐3:00 PM 232.14/D27 ‐Regulation of opioid tolerance by let‐7 microRNAs targeting the human and mouse μ opioid receptors

Y. HE, C. YANG, C. KIRKMIRE, E. JHUN, *Z. J. WANG; BPS, Univ. Illinois, Chicago, IL

Poster 232. Opioid Receptors Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐2:00 PM 238.25/G26 ‐mRNA/miRNA expression networks in substantia nigra dopamine neurons and Parkinson disease

*K. C. SONNTAG1, M. YI2, Y. WANG3, F. SIMUNOVIC1, L. T. BROWN1, R. M. STEPHENS2; 1Harvard Med. Sch., Belmont, MA; 2Bioinformatics Support Group, Advanced Biomed. Computing Ctr., NCI‐Frederick, Frederick, MD; 3Mol. Biol., Applied Biosystems, Life Technologies, Foster City, CA

Poster 238. Parkinson’s Disease: Rodent Therapies Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐2:00 PM 240.9/H26 ‐Elucidating the roles of perturbed miRNA expression in the pathogenesis of Huntington’s disease

*Y. CHENG1, Q. PENG1, Y. ZHANG4, W. WOOD4, J. FU1, J. JIN1, M. JIANG1, J. WANG1, E. HUTCHISON4, K. BECKER4, C. A. ROSS1,2,3, M. P. MATTSON4,3, W. DUAN1; 1Psychiatry, 2Neurol., 3Neurosciences, Johns Hopkins Univ. Sch. of Med., Baltimore, MD; 4Natl. Inst. on Aging; NIH, Baltimore, MD

Poster 240. Huntington’s Disease: Animal Models Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 2:00 ‐3:00 PM 243.10/J13 ‐Neuroprotective role of miR‐21 in ischemic rat brain

*B. BULLER1,2, X. LIU3, R. ZHANG3, L. ZHANG3, H. ZHANG3, M. CHOPP3,2, Z. ZHANG3; 1Neurol. Res., Detroit, MI; 2Physics, Oakland Univ., Rochester, MI; 3Neurol. Res., Henry Ford Hosp., Detroit, MI

Poster 243. Ischemia: Molecular Mechanisms Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 3:00 ‐4:00 PM 243.11/J14 ‐Brain and blood microRNA responses to ischemic stroke, intracerebral hemorrhage and kainate seizures

*D. LIU, Y. TIAN, B. P. ANDER, H. XU, L. LIT, B. STAMOVA, X. ZHAN, I. H. LIAO, M. APPERSON, R. J. TURNER, G. JICKLING, F. R. SHARP; Neurol & MIND Inst., Univ. California, Davis, Sacramento, CA

Poster 243. Ischemia: Molecular Mechanisms Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 3:00 ‐4:00 PM 244.15/K5 ‐Dynamic regulation of the Schwann cell microRNAome is essential for proper myelination

*J. VERRIER, S. SEMPLE‐ROWLAND, L. NOTTERPEK; Neurosci., Univ. of Florida, Gainesville, FL Poster

Poster 244. Demyelinating Disorders: Human and Animal Studies Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 3:00 ‐4:00 PM 248.7/N6 ‐Synaptic and membrane properties of prefrontal cortex layer V pyramidal neurons in DGCR8 haplodeficient mice

*C. M. SCHOFIELD, A. J. BARKER, A. SHENOY, R. BLELLOCH, E. M. ULLIAN; UCSF, San Francisco, CA

Poster 248. Schizophrenia and Bi‐polar Disorder Mutant Animal Models: Model of Susceptibility Genes Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐2:00 PM 251.25/P10 ‐Effect of corticosterone and antidepressants on miRNA expression in hippocampus and amygdala

*P. OLAUSSON, A. T. KEDVES, D. J. GUARNIERI, R. J. DILEONE, J. R. TAYLOR; Dept Psychiatry, Yale Univ., New Haven, CT

Poster 251. Mood Disorders: Rat Models Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 2:00 ‐3:00 PM 254.14/T5 ‐Decreased expression of miR‐495 in the nucleus accumbens after cocaine exposure

*N. PERRONE‐BIZZOZERO1, S. NIXON1, F. BOLOGNANI2, P. R. KUFAHL3, N. S. PENTKOWSKI3, J. L. NEISEWANDER3; 1Dept Neurosci, Univ. New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM; 2Neurosurg., The Methodist Hosp., Houston, TX; 3Psychology, Arizona State Univ., Tempe, AZ

Poster 254. Cocaine Addiction: Gene Expression and Pathways Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Sun, Oct 18, 4:00 ‐5:00 PM 254.16/T7 ‐Striatal microRNA controls compulsive cocaine seeking

*J. A. HOLLANDER, P. J. KENNY; The Scripps Res. Inst., Jupiter, FL Poster

Poster 254. Cocaine Addiction: Gene Expression and Pathways Sun, Oct 18, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 9:00 ‐9:15 AM

Poster 300.5 ‐Identification and characterization of a cAMP responsive microRNA

*D. M. KOCHANEK, M. T. FILBIN; Hunter Coll, New York, NY

Nanosymposium 300. New Findings in Regeneration Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 ‐10:30 AM

Mon, Oct 19, 9:00 ‐10:00 AM 309.2/A25 ‐A novel strategy to avoid tumor formation following ESC transplantation

J. JAKOBSSON1, R. SACHDEVA1, M. JÖNSSON1, B. GENTNER2, *M. P. PARMAR3, L. NALDINI2, A. BJÖRKLUND1; 1Wallenberg Neurosci. Ctr., Lund 22184, Sweden; 2TIGET, Milano, Italy; 3Wallenberg Neurosci Ctr., Lund 22184, Sweden

Poster 309. Cell Lineage and Cell Fate Specification: Mouse Pluripotent Stem Cells Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 11:00 AM ‐12:00 PM 311.4/B2 ‐Identification and quantitative analyses of microRNAs located in the distal axons of sympathetic neurons

O. NATERA‐NARANJO, A. ASCHRAFI, *A. E. GIOIO, B. B. KAPLAN; Mol. Neurobio., NIMH, Bethesda, MD

Poster 311. Trafficking and Transport in Axon Growth, Guidance, and Function Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 ‐9:00 AM 311.13/B11 ‐Regulation of the trafficking and expression of COXIV mRNA in the axons

*A. ASCHRAFI, O. NATERA‐NARANJO, A. E. GIOIO, B. B. KAPLAN; Molec Neurobiol, NIMH, Bethesda, MD

Poster 311. Trafficking and Transport in Axon Growth, Guidance, and Function Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 9:00 ‐10:00 AM 312.22/B38 ‐A brain specific microRNA regulates dendrite development

*Q. LIN, B. HUANG, J. ZHAO, Y. SUN; UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

Poster 312. Molecular Mechanisms Regulating Dendrite Morphogenesis Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 9:00 ‐10:00 AM 325.6/E26 ‐MicroRNA (miRNA) expression profiling within the frontal cortex of normal aged and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) subjects using miRNA signature sequence amplification (SSAM) technology

*S. CHE1,2, S. D. GINSBERG1,2,3; 1Nathan Kline Inst., Orangeburg, NY; 2Psychiatry, 3Physiol. & Neurosci., NYU Langone Sch. of Med., Orangeburg, NY

Poster 325. Alzheimer’s and Tau‐Related Neurodegeneration: Genetics and Functional Genomics Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 10:00 ‐11:00 AM 334.27/K18 ‐Schwann cell differentiation is arrested in the absence of dicer

*B. YUN, A. ANDEREGG, D. MENICHELLA, R. AWATRAMANI; Neurol., Northwestern Univ., Chicago, IL

Poster 334. Demyelinating Disorders: Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 ‐9:00 AM 336.25/L24 ‐MicroRNA depletion causes neuronal cell death by undermining protein homeostasis

*A. SCHILD1, H. YAMAGUCHI2, T. DING1, M. MERKENSCHLAGER3, J. SHEN2, R. J. KELLEHER1; 1Ctr. for Human Genet. Res., Massachusetts Gen. Hospital, Harvard Med. Sch., Boston, MA; 2Ctr. for Neurologic Dis., Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Med. Sch., Boston, MA; 3Imperial Col., London, United Kingdom

Poster 336. Neurotoxicity: Disease Models I Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 ‐9:00 AM 337.13/L38 ‐Alteration of gene regulatory networks through miRNA expression in the HIV‐infected brain

*E. T. TATRO1, T. B. NGUYEN1, E. R. SCOTT2, E. MASLIAH2, C. L. ACHIM1, I. P. EVERALL1; 1Dept Psych, 2Neurosciences, UC San Diego Sch. Med., San Diego, CA

Poster 337. Neuroinflammation and Neurodegeneration II Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 11:00 AM ‐12:00 PM 343.20/R5 ‐Characterizing hippocampal microRNA expression differences between rats selectively bred for differences in spontaneous anxiety‐like behaviours

*J. STEAD1, E. JANSMAN1, S. CLINTON2, J. KUTZKO1, S. WATSON2, H. AKIL2; 1Inst. of Neurosci., Carleton Univ., Ottawa, ON, Canada; 2The Mol. and Behavioral Neurosci. Inst., Ann Arbor, MI

Poster 343. Anxiety Disorders: Animal Models II Mon, Oct 19, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 2:00 ‐2:15 PM

399.5 ‐Retroviral knockdown of miR‐132 impairs synaptic integration of newborn neurons in the adult dentate gyrus

*B. W. LUIKART, E. WASHBURN, A. L. BENSEN, J. V. PEREDERIY, G. L. WESTBROOK; The Vollum Inst., Portland, OR

Nanosymposium 399. Adult Neural Progenitors and Neurogenesis Mon, Oct 19, 1:00 ‐3:45 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 2:00 ‐2:15 PM

403.5 ‐microRNAs in human retina and their involvement in age‐related macular degeneration

*S. XU, B. DUONG, B. KOVACS, S. LUMAYAG; Ophthalmol/Neurolog Sci., Rush Univ. Med. Ctr., chicago, IL Nanosymposium

403. Vision: Retinal Function and Restoration of Function Mon, Oct 19, 1:00 ‐2:45 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 3:00 ‐4:00 PM 410.3/A51 ‐Investigating the role of Glypican in commissural axon guidance using cell type‐specific, traceable RNAi

*N. WILSON, E. T. STOECKLI; Univ. of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland

Poster 410. Axon Growth and Guidance: Chemotropic Signaling Mon, Oct 19, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 1:00 ‐2:00 PM 427.5/G23 ‐MicroRNA regulation of amyloid precursor protein expression in postmitotic neurons

E. VILARDO1, C. BARBATO2, M. CIOTTI1, C. COGONI2, *F. RUBERTI1; 1CNR, Rome, Italy; 2European Brain Res. Institute, EBRI, Rome, Italy

Poster 427. APP/APLP Function and Metabolism I Mon, Oct 19, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 1:00 ‐2:00 PM 427.13/G31 ‐Testing microRNA as a novel target for Alzheimer disease: miR‐101 regulates levels of amyloid precursor protein (APP)

*J. M. LONG, D. K. LAHIRI; Inst. of Psychiatric Res., Indiana Univ. Sch. of Med., Indianapolis, IN

Poster 427. APP/APLP Function and Metabolism I Mon, Oct 19, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Mon, Oct 19, 4:00 ‐5:00 PM 442.8/P12 ‐Regulation of neurite outgrowth by microRNAs in dorsal root ganglion neurons

I. STRICKLAND, L. RICHARDS, F. E. HOLMES, I. BANTOUNAS, J. B. UNEY, *L.‐F. WONG; Henry Wellcome L.I.N.E, Univ. Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom

Poster 442. Peripheral Nerve: Trauma, Crush, and Toxic Injury Mon, Oct 19, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Tue, Oct 20, 8:00 ‐9:00 AM 510.5/B38 ‐The role of Dicer‐dependent miRNA pathway in peripheral nerve regeneration

*D. WU, A. RAAFAT, A. NAGLER, E. PAK, A. MURASHOV; East Carolina Univ., Greenville, NC

Poster 510. Regeneration: PNS Tue, Oct 20, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Tue, Oct 20, 8:00 ‐9:00 AM 584.1/GG102 ‐Profiling miRNA expression in the zebra finch brain

*X.‐C. LI1, G. LUO2, M. HAFNER3, T. TUSCHL3, X. WANG2; 1LSU, New Orleans, LA; 2Inst. of Genet. and Developmental Biol., BeiJing, China; 3The Rockefeller Univ., New York City, NY

Poster 584. Vocal Communication: Songbirds II Tue, Oct 20, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Tue, Oct 20, 2:00 ‐3:00 PM 606.18/A29 ‐MicroRNA‐185 which targets KDM6B (JMJD3), is a novel folic acid responsive target‐Implication of folate mediate rescue of neural tube defect in Splotch mouse model

*S. ICHI1, F. COSTA1, J. BISCHOF1, Y.‐W. SHEN1, B. MANIA‐FARNELL2, M. B. SOARES1, D. G. MCLONE1, T. TOMITA1, C. MAYANIL1; 1Children’s Mem. Res. Ctr., Chicago, IL; 2Biol. Dept., Purdue Univ., Calumet, IN

Poster 606. Neurogenesis III Tue, Oct 20, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Tue, Oct 20, 1:00 ‐2:00 PM 630.29/L3 ‐MicroRNA embedded siRNA pol II gene silencing vectors are less toxic than pol III shRNA AAV vectors in dopaminergic (DA) cells

*Y. HAN, C. KHODR, J. PEDAPATHI, X. WANG, M. BOHN; Children’s Mem. Res. Ctr., Chicago, IL Poster

630. Parkinson’s Disease: Cellular Mechanisms Tue, Oct 20, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Tue, Oct 20, 3:00 ‐4:00 PM 678.11/FF130 ‐Olfactory discrimination training increases expression of microRNAs in mouse hippocampus

*N. R. SMALHEISER, G. LUGLI, A. L. LENON, J. LARSON; Psychiatric Inst., Univ. Illinois, Chicago, IL

Poster 678. Epigenetics, Gene Expression, and Memory Tue, Oct 20, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Tue, Oct 20, 2:00 ‐3:00 PM 685.6/GG116 ‐Transgenic mouse model for GAD67 down‐regulation in cortical interneurons

*S. HORVATH, K. GARBETT, P. EBERT, K. M. LWIN, K. MIRNICS; Dept. of Psychiatry, Vanderbilt Univ., Nashville, TN

Poster 685. Targeted Delivery of Genes, Peptides, and Small RNAs Tue, Oct 20, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 10:00 ‐11:00 AM 709.7/B17 ‐MicroRNA activity controls motor neuron organization in the developing neural tube

*G. OTAEGI1, A. M. POLLOCK2, T. SUN2; 1Weill Cornell Med. Col., New York, NY; 2Cell and Developmental Biol., Weill Cornell Med. Col., New York City, NY

Poster 709. Development of Motor Circuits Wed, Oct 21, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 8:00 ‐9:00 AM 717.9/C49 ‐Coordinated miRNA expression and regulation in the nervous system

R. HSU, C. C. GERTZ, *E. M. ULLIAN; Dept. Ophthalmol & Physiol, UCSF, San Francisco, CA

Poster 717. Synaptic Transmission: Molecular and Structural Correlation Wed, Oct 21, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 10:00 ‐11:00 AM 727.11/H13 ‐MicroRNA involvement in cytoskeletal pathology in Alzheimer’s disease

*J. YAO1, T. M. HENNESSEY2, M. T. LIN2, M. F. BEAL2; 2Neurol., 1Weill Cornell Med. Sch., New York, NY

Poster 727. Neurodegeneration: Proteins and Signaling Pathways Wed, Oct 21, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 10:00 ‐11:00 AM 730.16/J16 ‐The role of microRNAs in neurodegeneration: Generation and characterisation of the miRNA‐29 family knockout mouse models and its implications in Alzheimer´s disease pathology

A. S. PAPADOPOULOU1, L. SERNEELS1, *W. J. MANDEMAKERS1, S. HÉBERT2, B. DE STROOPER1; 1Dept. Mol. and Developmental Genet., KULeuven ‐VIB, Leuven, Belgium; 2Dept. Neurosciences, ULaval, Québec, QC, Canada

Poster 730. Animal Models for Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementia Wed, Oct 21, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 8:00 ‐9:00 AM 737.9/N14 ‐MicroRNA‐132 protects neurons from ischemic insult

*M. KEASEY, I. BANTOUNAS, J. UNEY, S. KELLY; Henry wellcome line, Univ. of Bristol, BRISTOL, United Kingdom

Poster 737. Ischemia: Neuroprotection II Wed, Oct 21, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 9:00 ‐10:00 AM 742.18/R8 ‐Altered microRNA expression following traumatic spinal cord injury

*N.‐K. LIU, X.‐F. WANG, Q.‐B. LU, X.‐M. XU; Indiana Univ., Indianapolis, IN

Poster 742. Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury: Glial Biology Wed, Oct 21, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 11:00 AM ‐12:00 PM 745.12/U5 ‐Microrna‐mediated regulation of brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) expression and allele‐specific targeting

A. FIORENTINO1, C. PARISI2, V. CAPUTO1, *C. M. ROSSI‐ARNAUD3, C. COGONI4, A. PIZZUTI1; 1Dept. of Exptl. Med., Univ. La Sapienza, Rome ‐Italy, Roma, Italy; 2Dept. of cellular biotechnology and hematology, Univ. La Sapienza, Rome, Italy, Roma, Italy; 3Sapienza Univ., Rome, Italy; 4‐Department of cellular biotechnology and hematology, Univ. La Sapienza, Rome, Italy and European Brain Reaseach Institute, Fondazione Rita Levi‐Montalcini, Rome, Italy, Roma, Italy

Poster 745. Schizophrenia: Genetics and Genomics Wed, Oct 21, 8:00 AM ‐12:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 3:00 ‐4:00 PM 808.7/A20 ‐Ago2 immunoprecipitation of predicted microRNAs in human embryonic stem cells and neural precursors

*R. P. HART1, J. J. DAVILA1, L. A. GOFF2, J. C. MOORE1, R. COHEN1, M. SWERDEL1; 1Rutgers Univ., Piscataway, NJ; 2CSAIL & Broad Inst., MIT, Cambridge, MA

Poster 808. Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Wed, Oct 21, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 1:00 ‐2:00 PM 813.1/B49 ‐MicroRNA‐183 family members regulate sensorineural cell fates in the vertebrate inner ear

H. LI, *D. M. FEKETE; Purdue Univ., West Lafayette, IN

Poster 813. Development: Auditory and Vestibular Systems Wed, Oct 21, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 4:00 ‐5:00 PM 826.8/F6 ‐Tau hyperphosphorylation and neurodegeneration in the absence of microRNAs

*S. S. HEBERT1, N. SERGEANT2, L. BUÉE2, B. DE STROOPER3; 1Ctr. De Recherche Du CHUQ (CHUL), Quebec, QC, Canada; 2U837, Inserm, Lille, France; 3K.U.Leuven and VIB,

Leuven, Belgium

Poster 826. Tau and Neurodegeneration: Animal Models II Wed, Oct 21, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 1:00 ‐2:00 PM 829.9/H11 ‐MicroRNA dysregulation in frontotemporal lobar degeneration

J. KOCERHA1, N. FINCH1, M. BAKER1, J. GONZALEZ1, *P. DAS1, J. E. PARISI2, D. W. DICKSON1, R. RADEMAKERS1; 1Neurosci., Mayo Clin., Jacksonville, FL; 2Neurol., Mayo Clin., Rochester, MN

Poster 829. Neurodegeneration: Cognition, Cortex, and Synapses Wed, Oct 21, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 1:00 ‐2:00 PM 837.9/L17 ‐microRNAs in early diabetic retinopathy

*B. KOVACS, S. LUMAYAG, S. XU; Rush Univ. Med. Ctr., Chicago, IL

Poster 837. Sensory Disorders: Visual and Auditory Wed, Oct 21, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

Wed, Oct 21, 1:00 ‐2:00 PM 875.1/EE42 ‐MicroRNAs as modulatory elements of neuronal plasticity and learning and memory in mice

W. KONOPKA1, A. KIRYK2, M. FENDEL3, M. NOVAK1, J. RODRIGUEZ PARKITNA1, T. ARNSPERGER1, P. MICHALUK2, G. KÖHR3, L. KACZMAREK2, *G. SCHUETZ1; 1Mol. Biol the Cell I, German Cancer Rese Cr (DKFZ), Heidelberg, Germany; 2Dept. of Mol. and Cell. Neurobio., Nencki Inst., Warsaw, Poland; 3Dept. of Mol. Neurobio., Max Planck Inst. of Med. Res., Heidelberg, Germany

Poster 875. Plasticity and Memory Wed, Oct 21, 1:00 ‐5:00 PM

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