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Deubiquitylases and Ubl-proteases: from fundamental principles to therapeutic opportunities

Edinburgh 19-21 June, 2023  Organised by Michael Clague, Sylvie Urbé and Yogesh Kulathu with the Biochemical Society. This is the third in a series dating back to 2017, which have proved quite popular.  Full details will be published online soon, but you can register interest in the meeting here https://www.biochemistry.org/events-and-training/events-calendar/deubiquitylases-and-ubl-proteases-from-fundamental-principles-to-therapeutic-opportunities-2023/.

Joint Meeting on Proteostasis and Cellular Proteolysis

We are looking forward to welcome you in Paris in May 2023 22-24th for the COST Proteocure WG1 (https://proteocure.eu) and SFBBM Cellular Proteolysis GT joint meeting (https://www.sfbbm.fr). This meeting will take place in the Sorbonne University Cordelier campus, 15 rue de l’Ecole de Medicine, 75006 Paris, France (https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Campus+des+Cordeliers+-+Sorbonne+Université)Foreseen sessions will include: Aging & Neurodegenerative Diseases, Inflammation, Cancer, Autophagy, Omics and drug design, Host-Pathogens …

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Mini-symposium organized by TRIM-NET

Mini-symposium organized by the Innovative Training Network TRIM-NET: “The TRIM family meets in Montpellier”# Multiple roles of a family of E3 ubiquitin-ligases in cell life and human desease. 9 February 2023, ancienne Faculté de Médecine, amphithéâtre d’anatomie, 2, rue de l’Ecole de Médecine, Montpellier, France @trimnet1

Just published !

“The Ubiquitin Code”, edited by 2 ProteoCure members ! There you will find the latest ubiquitin world-related protocols, with participation of many ProteoCure groups. Check your favorite protocol here: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-1-0716-2859-1#bibliographic-information

90 scientists together at ‘Plant Proteostasis 2022’

90 scientists from a range of disciplines came together in Madrid on 21-23 September 2022, to discuss the vibrant field of plant proteostasis. Topics covered included ubiquitination, autophagy, vesicle trafficking, proteostasis and stress, quality control and organellar proteostatic systems. High points included excellent student and ECR talks (with a large dose of Spanish flair!) and …

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More than 200 participants at the EMBO Workshop “Ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like proteins in health and disease”, co-organized by ProteoCure

The first annual meeting of the COST Action ProteoCure has been held in the beautiful city of Ljubljana, Slovenia, from the 17th to the 19th of May, 2022. This was the opportunity for 100 European scientists to meet in person and to learn about the new projects and the new developments (both in knowledge and in technology) in a friendly atmosphere.

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