Abstracts for Presentations in Overseas/International Meetings

USBP: Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society (U.S.)
ASCB: Annual Meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology

				
upgraded: Upgraded from poster to oral presentation

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Gordon Research Conference, Glycolipid & Sphingolipid Biology Hyogo, Japan. Jul 25-30
  Kenichi Suzuki invited
GPI-anchored proteins reside in small and unstable rafts at the resting state.
Sapporo Sphingolipid Symposium Sapporo, Japan. Jul 21-23
  Kenichi Suzuki invited
Receptor clustering-induced coalescence of lipid rafts for signaling
The 3rd Korea-Japan Conference on Cell Signaling for Young Scientists Pohan, Korea. Jul 13-15
  Akihiro Kusumi invited
Frequency-modulated signal transduction as revealed by single-molecule observations
The 8th Asia-Pacific Conference on Electron Microscopy Kanazawa, Japan. June 8
  Akihiro Kusumi
Single molecule imaging of signal transmission in living cells
Keystone Symposium on Molecular Cell Biology of Lipid Domains Vancouver, Canada. Mar 26-31
  Akihiro Kusumi invited
Calcium signaling induced by transient recruitment of PLCg to the raft stabilized by clustering of GPI-anchored receptors: Single-molecule observations
USBP Baltimore, MD. Jan 14-18
  Akihiro Kusumi invited
Single particle tracking. Membrane Structure and Assembly Subgroup Meeting "Looking for Lipid Rafts"
  Takahiro Fujiwara
@ Continuous rapid in/out's of the adaptor protein AP2 by an antenna mechanism in clathrin-coated pit formation as revealed by single flourescent molecule video microscopy
  Hiroshi Ike upgraded
Mechanism of Lck recruitment to the T-cell receptor cluster as studied by single fluorescent molecule video imaging
  Kokoro Iwasawa upgraded

Hop diffusion of membrane molecules in the cell membrane is universally found in various cell types: Single-molecule observations

  Ikuko Koyama-Honda
Simultaneous single-molecule observations revealed short-term coupling of rafts between outer and inner leaflets after crosslinking of raft molecules
  Kotono Murase upgraded
Single-molecule tracking/dragging revealed transient actin severing in the membrane skeleton as a mechanism for intercompartmental hop movement of membrane molecules
  Ken Ritchie
Analysis and interpretation of single molecule video microscopy: Effects of observation-induced averaging
  Kenichi Suzuki upgraded
Rapid diffusion of putative raft molecules indicative of the absence of large stable rafts in the resting-state cell membrane
Keystone Symposium: Lymphocyte Activation and Signaling Steamboat springs, CO, Jan 9.
  Akihiro Kusumi invited
Engagement a GPI-anchored protein creates signaling rafts from smaller, transient, lipid rafts: a single-molecule approach
JSPS-DST Asia Academic Seminar NCBS Japan Workshop on Single Molecule Biophysics Bangalore, India. Jan 5.
  Akihiro kusumi invited
(Workshop) Hop diffusion of membrane molecules in the cell membrane is universally found in various cell types: Single-molecule observations
(Symposium) Raft-based intracellular calcium signaling of GPI-anchored receptors by stimulation-induced formation of the receptor-cluster raft
  Takahiro Fujiwara invited
Regulation mechanism for the assembly of adaptor protein AP2 molecules in clathrin-coated pits as studied by single fluorophore video microscopy
  Ken Ritchie invited
Scanning Optical Force Microscopy: Single Molecule Probes of Membrane Structure

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ASCB San Francisco, CA. Dec13-17
  Akihiro Kusumi invited
  Special Interest SubgroupMeeting, Endocytosis and Dynamics of Caveolae/Raft Domains
Signaling raft formation from small, unstable rafts upon T-cadherin and CD59 stimulation
  Hiroshi Ike
Mechanism of Lck recruitment to the T-cell receptor cluster as studied by single molecule fluorescence video imaging
  Nobuhiro Morone
The interface structure of the membrane skeleton at the cytoplasmic surface of the membrane as visualized by electron microscopic computed tomography
The INSERM Workshop Montpellier, France. Nov 6-8
  Akihiro Kusumi invited
Pulse-coded signaling in stabilized rafts as observed by single molecule techniques
East Asian Biophysics Symposium Taiwan (Taipei, China). Nov 3-6
  Chieko Nakada invited
Diffusion barrier in the initial segment membrane of neurons as revealed by single molecule nanotechnologies
ComBio 2003. Symposium Melbourne, Australia. Sep 28- Oct 2
  Akihiro Kusumi invited
Single molecule dynamics for signal transduction in the cell membrane
Polish Biochemical Society Meeting Gdansk, Poland. Sep 16-20
  Nobuhiro Morone

Three dimensional structure of actin-based membrane skeleton as revealed by membrane skeleton as revealed by electron microscopic computed tomography of rapidly-frozen, deep-etched plasma membrane

European Biophysics Congress Alicante, Spain. Jul 5-9
  Kenichi Suzuki

Frequency-modulated signal transduction based on transient signaling rafts in the cell membrane: a single molecule approach.

European Research Conference on "Microdomains, lipid rafts, and caveolae" Tomar, Portugal. May 17-22
  Akihiro Kusumi invited
Stimulation-induced formation of transient signaling rafts in the cell membrane as revealed by single molecule techniques
USBP San Antonio, TX. Mar 1-5
  Kenichi Suzuki upgraded
Crosslinking a GPI-anchored protein creates signaling rafts from smaller, transient, lipid rafts

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ASCB San Francisco, CA. Dec14-18
K. Suzuki, F. Sanematsu, T. Fujiwara, R. Iino, H. Tsuboi, H. Hirano, K. Ritchie, M. Edidin, and A. Kusumi invited
  Special Interest Subgroup Meeting L: The endocytosis and trafficking of caveolae / raft domains
Dynamics of lipid rafts at the cell surface. Engagement of a GPI-anchored receptor creates signaling rafts from smaller, transient, lipid rafts
  Takahiro Fujiwara upgraded
Dynamic and Cooperative Assembly of Clathrin-Coated Pits as Revealed by Single Fluorophore Video Observations of AP2 and Receptor Molecules
  Rinshi Kasai
Single Molecule Imaging of Trimeric G-Protein Activation by a Formyl Peptide Receptor
  Ikuko Koyama
Inter-leaflet Coupling of Raft Molecules in the Cell Membrane
  Hideji Murakoshi upgraded
Single molecule detection of H-RAS activation and localization by development of a single molecule fluorescence resonance energy transfer method
8th International Workshop on "Single Molecule Detection and Ultrasensitive analysis in Life Sciences" Berlin, Germany. Sep 25-27
  Akihiro Kusumi invited
Transient signaling complexes in the cell membrane as studied by single molecule nanotechnologies
The 44th Rocky Mountain Conference on Analytical Chemistry
25th International EPR Symposium
Denver, CO. Jul 28-Aug 1
  A. Kusumi and W. K. Subczynski invited
Transient rafts and transient raft-related molecules into rafts detected by pulse EPR and single molecule nanotracking
International Biophysics Congress Buenos Aires, Argentina. Apr 27- May 1
  Akihiro Kusumi and Ken Ritchie invited
Signal localization in live cells by the membrane skeleton and stabilized rafts: single molecule investigations.
Bionanotechnology Oxford, UK. Apr 10-13
  Akihiro Kusumi
Formation and function of signaling complexes in the cell membrane as studied by single molecule nanotechnologies
Annual Linz Winter Workshop Linz, Austria. Feb 1-4
  Akihiro Kusumi invited
Single molecule imaging of movement and activation of raft molecules in living cells.
USBP San Francisco, CA. Feb23-27
  Takahiro Fujiwara
Regulation mechanism for the assembly of receptors and adaptor molecules in clathrin-coated pits as studied by single fluorophore video microscopy
  Hideji Murakoshi
H-Ras activation and induction of localized signaling as studied by single molecule fluorescence resonance energy transfer
  Kenichi Suzuki upgraded
Stimulation-induced formation of temporal but stabilized rafts

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ASCB Washington, DC. Dec. 8-12
  Nobuhiro Morone
Reduction of the number of caveolae after EGF stimulation: observation by rapid-freeze, deep-etch, immunoreplica electron microscopy.
  Mizuna Murakami upgraded
Single molecule imaging of H-RAS activation in living cells
  Kotono Murase
Compartmentalization of the plasma membrane into 40 nm compartments which induce hop diffusion of phospholipids as visualized by single molecule techniques
  Kenichi Suzuki
Rapid, continual formation/dispersion of raft-like domains in the resting cell membrane