The deadline for the abstract submission should be earlier than May 31, 2006. Abstracts received after the deadline will not be listed in "Program and Abstracts".

The Program Committee will select abstracts for inclusion in the program as oral presentations, others will be as poster presentations. An abstract directory containing all selected abstracts will be distributed at the Symposium.

l         Abstracts will only be accepted electronically and must be submitted by email ( ) directly. Abstract receipt will be acknowledged by email. The Program Committee will select speakers for the Oral Presentations from the submitted abstracts.

l          Presenting author's contact details; include full mailing address, office hours phone number and email address.

l          Presentation type preference (poster presentation / oral presentation)

l          Author or authors' names: initial(s) of first name(s), family name

l          Affiliation details of all authors: department; institution / hospital; city; state (if relevant); country

l          Figures, tables or graphs which you wish to include in the abstract should be image files. Images should be submitted in JPG/BMP format, resolution up to 150dpi.

l          Abstract text – limited to 250 words (fewer if a figure is included in the abstract). Abstracts must use the following structured format: Background and aimsMethodsResults Uncommon abbreviations must be defined on first use.


l          All participants are welcome to submit your abstract or full papers to our Secretariat. The deadline is 10th July 2006. The paper should be clearly presented using international measurement units for data, table, drawing and etc. Kindly submit the paper in doc format.

   Summary format  

CCT Mrna and CREB phosphorylation upregulated by xxx in rat hippocampus and XXXX.

Yu-cang Du, Kan-yan Xu, Ying Xiong,Ming Dong, Xiu-Fang CHEN, Shanghai Institute of Biochemistry, Shanghai Institute of Physiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences,Shanghai 200031,China

CTP: phosphocholine cytdylyltransferase(CCT) is a key enzyme in vivo phospholipide synthesis.So it might play an important role in the pathogensis of neurodegenerative disease lide AD. XXXXXXXXXXX long-term memory depended on cyclic AMP-response element binding protein, CREB. CREB phosphorylation is essential for it’s transcriptional activity. XXXpeptide ZNCPR and it’s analogs were indicated to have prtent memory-enhacing activity, facilitate neurite enongation and prolongate cell ageing, the peptide-up regulation of CCT and CREB mRNA and was studied in this paper. xxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx from Western blot with specific anti-phosphorylated CREB antibody indicated.xxxx.By using DD-PCR and 5’ rapid amplification of cDNA ends approaches, xxxxx xxxx cDNA xxxxx rats CCT-βwas obtained. The study xx xxxx xxxxxx with reverse transcriptin PCR showed that the gene was abundant in rat brain. Based on xxx, we now know that xxx xxxx xxxxx xxxxx xxxxxxxx  


Any questions, please feel free to contact with   Prof. Dawei Ma