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UKM Medical Molecular Biology Institute

Regional Conference On Molecular Medicine (RCMM) in conjunction with National Conference for Cancer Research


  • Please note that this scientific programme is not fully completed and will be updated periodically.

    Day 1 - Friday 10 November 2017
    8.00-9.00 AMRegistration of Participants
    9.00-9.45 AMPLENARY 1 Precision Medicine
    Speaker: Laureate Professor Dr. Rodney John Scott (University of Newcastle, Australia)
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1
    9.45-10.15 AMOpening Ceremony
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1
    10.15-10.45 AMTea Break, Booth & Poster Viewing
    10.45-12.15 PMSymposium 1Cancer Genetics
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1
    i. Panel Testing for Breast Cancer: How Valuable Is It?
    Speaker: Laureate Professor Dr. Rodney John Scott (University of Newcastle, Australia)
    ii. Genetic Predisposition to Breast Cancer in Asian Women
    Speaker: Professor Dr. Teo Soo Hwang (Cancer Research Malaysia, Malaysia)
    iii. Precision Medicine in Colorectal Cancer: Malaysia Experience
    Speaker: Professor Datuk Dr. A Rahman A Jamal (UKM, Malaysia)
    Symposium 2Non-Communicable Diseases and Preventive Medicine
    Venue: Seminar Lounge Level 8
    i. Genotype and Phenotype Determinants Among Malaysian Malays with Hypercholesterolemia
    Speaker: Dr. Nor Azian Abdul Murad (UKM, Malaysia)
    ii. Epigenetics in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): A Moving Target
    Speaker: Associate Professor Dr. Tidi Maharani Hassan (UKM, Malaysia)
    iii. Vitamin D and Diabetes Risk: Current Evidences and Challenges
    Speaker: Associate Professor Dr. Foo Leng Huat (USM, Malaysia)
    12.15-2.30 PMLunch & Friday Prayers
    Venue: Level G
    1.00-2.00PM** Lab Visitation
    2.30-4.15 PMSymposium 3Molecular Diagnostics and Targeting in Cancer
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1
    i. Next Generation Sequencing in Translational Cancer Research, Delivering Value and Utility
    Speaker: Mr. Kahlil Lawless (Illumina Inc., ScienceVision Sdn Bhd)
    ii. Is There a Role for NGS in Diagnostic Oncology?
    Speaker: Dr. Subramanian Yegappan (Hospital Ampang, Malaysia)
    iii. Models for Translational Research in Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma
    Speaker: Dr. Alan Khoo Soo Beng (Institute for Medical Research (IMR), Malaysia)
    Symposium 4Proteomics and Metabolomics in Today's Era
    Venue: Seminar Lounge Level 8
    i. An Interaction Proteomics Screen for Ubiquitin E3 Ligase Substrates
    Speaker: Associate Professor Dr. Low Teck Yew (UKM, Malaysia)
    ii. Metabolomics and Integrated Biology: Increasing Biological Understanding
    Speaker: Dr. Robin Philip (Agilent Technologies)
    iii. Secretomics: The Challenges and Strategies
    Speaker: Associate Professor Dr. Saiful Anuar Karsani (UM, Malaysia)
    4.15-4.45 PMTea, Poster Viewing & Judging
    4.45-5.30 PMPLENARY 2Applications of Nanotechnology in Cancer Management - From Diagnostics to Therapeutics
    Speaker: Professor Dr. Jackie Yi-Ru Ying (A* Star, Singapore)
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1

    Day 2 – Saturday 11 November 2017
    8.00-9.00 AM** Young Investigator Award 1 : Non Cancer (6 abstracts for oral presentation)
    Venue: Seminar Lounge Level 8

    ** Young Investigator Award 2 : Cancer (6 abstracts for oral presentation)
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1

    Scientific committee pre-select the best 12 abstracts to be presented orally (5 minutes each & 2 minutes for Q & A) & judged.
    Cut off for young investigator: 35 years old as of 31st December and below. A total of 2 awards will be given (1 each for cancer and non-cancer).
    9.00-10.30 AMSymposium 5 Microbiome in Health and Diseases
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1
    i. Debugging Lung Disease: Applying Precision Medicine and Metagenomics to the Pulmonary Microbiome
    Speaker: Dr. Sanjay Chotirmall (Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
    ii. The Facial Skin Microbiota and Their Correlation with Health
    Speaker: Assistant Professor Dr. Naraporn Somboonna (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
    iii. Microbiome in CRC : Our Local Experience
    Speaker: Associate Professor Dr. Neoh Hui-min (UKM, Malaysia)
    Symposium 6Cancer Immunology & Immunotherapy
    Venue: Seminar Lounge Level 8
    i. Are Macrophages in the Tumour Microenvironment Useful Targets for Development of Cancer Therapeutics?
    Speaker: Professor Dr. Seow Heng Fong (UPM, Malaysia)
    ii. Opportunities for Cancer Immunotherapy in Head and Neck Cancer
    Speaker: Dr. Lim Kue Peng (Cancer Research Malaysia, Malaysia)
    iii. Development and Application of Full-Length, Correctly Folded Human Protein Microarrays: Drug Selectivity Screening and Diagnostic Biomarker Discovery
    Speaker : Dr. Dayangku Haslina Pangiran Razali (Sengenics Sdn Bhd)
    10.30-11.00 AMTea Break
    11.00-11.45 AMPLENARY 3The Application of Next Generation Sequencing in Rare Diseases
    Speaker: Associate Professor Roger Foo, Cardiovascular Research Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore)
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1
    11.45-12.30 PMPLENARY 4Biobanking for the Future
    Speaker: Professor Datuk Dr. A Rahman A Jamal (UKM, Malaysia)
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1
    12.30-2.00 PMLunch & Break
    Venue : Level G
    2.00-3.30 PMSymposium 7 Bioinformatics & Clinical Applications
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1
    i. Computational 3D Protein Side-Chain Comparisons: Applications in Drug Repurposing and Toxicity Screening
    Speaker: Associate Professor Dr. Mohd Firdaus Mohd Raih (UKM, Malaysia)
    ii. Improving Driver Prediction for Precision Oncology using a Consensus Approach
    Speaker: Dr. Niranjan Nagarajan, Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS), Singapore)
    iii. Genetics of Sudden Cardiac Death
    Speaker: Associate Professor Dr. Roger Foo (Cardiovascular Research Institute, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore)
    Symposium 8State of the Art Technologies
    Venue: Seminar Lounge Level 8
    i. Automation as a Best Practice in Cryogenic Storage and Handling of Biological
    Samples

    Speaker: Mr. Jason Huang (FC Bios Sdn Bhd)
    ii. Novaseq-The Next Era Sequencing Technology
    Speaker: Dr. Liu Fang Fang (Illumina Inc./ScienceVision Sdn Bhd)
    iii. Overcoming Common NGS Challenges- From Research to Diagnostics
    Speaker: Dr. Chiam Chun Wei (QIAGEN Biotechnology Malaysia Sdn. Bhd)
    3.30-4.00 PMTea Break & Poster Judging
    4.00-6.00 PM** Free Papers for oral presentation: Non Cancer and Cancer
    Venue: Auditorium Level G & 1
    8.00-10.00 PMFaculty Dinner (For Speakers)

    Day 3 – Sunday 12 November 2017
    7.30-8.30 AMMeet the expert session limit to 10 participants per expert (Hot breakfast)
    Venue: Meeting Room Level 5, 7 and 9
    8.30-10.00 AMIndustry Symposium Advances in Molecular Diagnostics
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1
    i. Nanostring Technologies
    Speaker: Dr. Caroline Chan (Nanostring (USA), sponsored by Genomax Technologies Pte Ltd)
    ii. Digital Droplet PCR Technology and Single Cell Research
    Speaker: Associate Professor Dr. Richie Soong (sponsored by Bio-Rad Laboratories & Biomarketing Sdn Bhd)
    iii. Next Generation Sequencing and Precision Medicine
    Speaker: Dr. Edward Wong (Axil Scientific Pte Ltd, sponsored by First BASE Laboratories Sdn Bhd)
    Symposium 10Point of Care Testing (PoCT) for Infectious Diseases
    Venue: Seminar Lounge Level 8
    i. Lateral Flow Rapid Tests for Neglected Parasitic Diseases
    Speaker: Professor Dr. Rahmah Noordin (INFORMM, Malaysia)
    ii. PoCT for Common Malaysian Bacterial Diseases
    Speaker: Dr. Fairuz Amran (Institute for Medical Research (IMR), Malaysia)
    iii. Chlamydia Trachomatis Detection Using the LAMP Method
    Speaker: Assistant Professor Dr. Naraporn Somboonna (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
    10.00-10.30 AMTea break
    10.30-11.15 AMPLENARY 5Integrated Epigenomic and Genomic Profiling in Asian Cancers
    Speaker : Professor Dr. Teh Bin Tean (National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore)
    Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1
    11.15 AMClosing Ceremony (Venue: Auditorium Level G and 1) & Lunch (Venue:
    Level G)

  • NoNameUniversity
    1Laureate Professor Dr. Rodney John ScottUniversity of Newcastle, Australia
    2Professor Datuk Dr. A Rahman A JamalNational University of Malaysia, Malaysia
    3Professor Dr. Jackie Yi-Ru Ying A* Star, Singapore
    4Professor Dr. Rahmah NoordinUniversity of Science Malaysia, Malaysia
    5Professor Dr. Seow Heng FongUniversiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
    6Professor Dr. Teh Bin TeanNational University of Singapore, Singapore
    7Professor Dr. Teo Soo HwangCancer Research Malaysia, Malaysia
    8Associate Professor Dr. Foo Leng HuatUniversity of Science Malaysia, Malaysia
    9Associate Professor Dr. Low Teck Yew National University of Malaysia, Malaysia
    10Associate Professor Dr. Mohd Firdaus Mohd RaihNational University of Malaysia, Malaysia
    11Associate Professor Dr. Neoh Hui-minNational University of Malaysia, Malaysia
    12Associate Professor Dr. Richie Soong Bio-Rad Laboratories, Biomarketing Sdn Bhd
    13Associate Professor Dr. Roger FooNational University of Singapore, Singapore
    14Associate Professor Dr. Saiful Anuar KarsaniUniversity of Malaya, Malaysia
    15Associate Professor Dr. Tidi Maharani HassanNational University of Malaysia, Malaysia
    16Assistant Professor Dr. Naraporn SomboonnaChulalongkorn University, Thailand
    17Dr. Alan Khoo Soo BengInstitute for Medical Research, Malaysia
    18Dr. Fairuz AmranInstitute for Medical Research, Malaysia
    19Dr. Lim Kue PengCancer Research Malaysia, Malaysia
    20Dr. Niranjan NagarajanGenome Institute of Singapore, Singapore
    21Dr. Nor Azian Abdul MuradNational University of Malaysia, Malaysia
    22Dr. Sanjay Chotirmall Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    23Dr. Subramanian YegappanHospital Ampang, Malaysia
    24Dr. Caroline ChanGenomax
    25Dr. Chiam Chun Wei QIAGEN Biotechnology Malaysia Sdn. Bhd
    26Dr. Doris Shim Sengenics Sdn Bhd
    27Dr. Edward WongAxil Scientific, 1st BASE
    28Dr. Liu Fang Fang Illumina Inc., ScienceVision Sdn Bhd
    29Dr. Robin Philip Agilent Technologies
    30 Mr. Kahlil LawlessIllumina Inc., ScienceVision Sdn Bhd
    31Mr. Jason HuangFC Bios Sdn Bhd

    Speakers details and profiles will be updated later.

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    REGISTRATION FEES

    Participants Normal Registration Fees
    Local StudentsRM 200 (incl. GST)
    UKM Researchers / ScientistsRM 300 (incl. GST)
    Local Researchers / Scientists / OthersRM 400 (incl. GST)
    InternationalsUSD 300 (incl. GST)

    The fee will cover the cost of conference materials, lunch, tea breaks & certificate. 

    BANK INFORMATION

    AccountBendahari Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia
    Account No86-0008114-0
    BankCIMB Berhad
    Bank AddressCIMB Cawangan Taman Maluri, No. 279 & 279A, Jalan Perkasa 1,
    Taman Maluri Off Jalan Cheras, 55100 WP Kuala Kumpur, Malaysia
    CPB/GST UKM0017 8225 9712
    Swift CodeCIBB MYKL

    ACCOMMODATION
    The fees will not cover accommodation. Kindly refer to the Accommodation tab above for further information.

    REFUND POLICY
    No refund will be made for no-shows. To cancel the registration with refund, secretariat must receive your cancellation request in written form or by email no later than 2 weeks before course/seminar date. Thank you.

    SUBMISSION
    Please send completed form and payment to:

    Secretariat of 7th Regional Conference on Molecular Medicine (RCMM)
    in conjunction with 3rd National Conference for Cancer Research (NCCR)
    UKM Medical Molecular Biology Institute (UMBI)
    Jalan Yaacob Latiff, Bandar Tun Razak
    56000 Cheras, Kuala Lumpur
    Malaysia

    Contact Person: Norsuzana Abd Rahman (+6 03 9145 9023)/Nadzirah Selamat (+6 03 9145 9024)
    Fax: +6 03 9171 7185 Email: rcmm.umbi@gmail.com

  • Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunity

    This conference offers a wide range of sponsoring categories for branding and highlighting your company in order to achieve the best publicity. This opportunity will allow you to maximize your time and marketing dollars while receiving immediate feedback on your new products and services. Please do not hesitate to contact us regarding the sponsorship and exhibition opportunities:

    Tel: Dr. Nurul Syakima (+6 03 9145 9023) 

    Email: syakima@ppukm.ukm.edu.my or rcmm.umbi@gmail.com

  • The RCMM 2017 conference will be held at UKM Medical Molecular Biology Institute (UMBI), Kuala Lumpur that is located just a 15-minute drive away from the heart of Kuala Lumpur city centre. For more information about the venue, please visit the UMBI website here.


    Please take note that the registration fee is not inclusive of the accommodation. Kindly refer to the Accommodation tab for further information.

    Kuala Lumpur

    Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia – a city that is truly unique. It is a place where a variety of attractions ranging from culture, heritage, shopping, entertainment, nature and adventure all showcases the city’s contrasts and diversity. For more information about the city and interesting places, please visit:

    http://www.visitkl.gov.my/visitklv2/

  • Hotel Nearby UMBI:  

    1. Hotel Sri Permaisuri Cheras (3-star hotel) – click here for further information
    2. Hotel EST Kuala Lumpur (2-star hotel) – click here for further information
    3. International Youth Centre (IYC) Residence – click here for further information
    4. Low Budget hotel are also available nearby the UMBI. Please refer to any hotel booking website for further information.

    **Important Note : KINDLY BE NOTED THAT THE ORGANIZER WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM OR RESPONSIBILITY IN REGARDS OF THE LISTED ACCOMMODATION ABOVE. FOR ACCOMMODATION BOOKING AND RESERVATION, PLEASE CLICK THE APPROPRIATE LINKS AND FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES IN THE RESPECTIVE WEBSITE.

  • Abstract Submission Guidelines

    Please prepare your abstract for the conference using the template available here.

    Free Paper Presentation Guidelines

    There will be a free paper (oral presentation) session on 11th November, 2017. Abstracts will be vetted for free paper presentation. 7 minutes for oral presentation, 3 minutes Q & A.

    Poster Presentation Guidelines

    Will be updated soon.

    The 7th RCMM & 3rd NCCR Young Investigator Award

    The Young Investigator Award (YIA) gives recognition to young investigators working on outstanding and original research in the field of molecular medicine and cancer. A total of 6 awards will be given (3 for molecular medicine, 3 for cancer).

    Young scientists (35 years of age and below on 31/12/2017) who are participating in the conference and submitting an abstract will be automatically enrolled in the competition. Judging will be based on originality of the research and also the impact and relevance of research findings, all to be delivered in an oral presentation on 11/11/2017. More details about the YIA presentation will be updated soon.

  • Below are the most commonly asked questions regarding conference registration and attendance. If your question is not answered below, please contact rcmm.umbi@gmail.com

    Attendee FAQ
    How do I register for the conference?

    Complete details about the registration is provided in the Registration Tab above. Registration can be done by filling in the form and submitted the completed form and payment proof to Secretariat.

    If you are looking to purchase an exhibit booth or conference sponsorship, please click the Sponsorship & Exhibit tab.
    Where can I find a schedule of events?

    The event schedule at a glance can be found at the Programme Tab above.
    What is the fee for registration?

    Click the Registration tab above to review all registration fees and deadlines.
    What is included in the cost of registration? Are meals provided?

    The fee will cover the cost of conference materials, lunch, tea breaks & certificate. 
    What are the registration deadlines and cancellation policies?

    The Early Bird registration has ended on 30th July 2017 at 11:59pm EST. Regular registration fees begin to apply on 1st of August 2017. Abstract submission deadline is on 10th October 2017 at 11:59pm EST.

    The Cancellation/Refund Policy is that no refund will be made for no-shows. To cancel the registration with refund, secretariat must receive your cancellation request in written form or by email no later than 2 weeks before course/seminar date.
    How do I book my hotel room?

    The most convenient place to stay when attending the RCMM 2017 Conference is any hotel near the UKM Medical Molecular Biology Institute within the walking distance. Please click the Accommodation tab for further information.
    How can I obtain a travel VISA (for international attendees)?

    RCMM welcomes attendees from around the globe to our conference.

    Please click the Visa Information and contact rcmm.umbi@gmail.com for further information.
    Is there a dress code at the conference?

    There is no official dress code for the RCMM conference. Most attendees wear business attire or business casual attire during their time at the conference. Note that some meeting facilities can have wide variations in temperatures which may be out of RCMM's immediate control. Therefore, you may wish to dress in layers so as to be comfortable regardless of the room you are in.
    Is there any awards to win?

    There will be two prizes given for The Young Investigator Award in Cancer and Non Cancer research ( 1 each) to recognize young investigators working on outstanding and original research in the field of molecular medicine. There is also a prize for Best Poster presentation.

  • Secretariat
    7th Regional Conference On Molecular Medicine (RCMM)
    in conjunction with
    3rd National Conference For Cancer Research

    UKM Medical Molecular Biologi Institute (UMBI)
    UKM Medical Centre (PPUKM)
    Jalan Yaacob Latif, Bandar Tun Razak
    56000 Cheras, Kuala Lumpur 
    Tel: Nadzirah (+6 03 9145 9024), Norsuzana (+6 03 9145 9023)
    Fax: +6 03 9171 7185 
    Email: rcmm.umbi@gmail.com
    Web: http://www.ukm.my/umbi/rcmm/

  • 6th Regional Conference on Molecular Medicine (RCMM) in conjunction with 2nd National Conference for Cancer Research (NCCR) was successfully held on 23rd to 25th October at Sunway Putra Hotel, Kuala Lumpur. Here are the few snapshots:


  • PROGRAMME TENTATIVE
    Invited Speaker: Dr. Jaran Jainhuknan
    TimeDay 1Day 2
    9:00 amRegistration & BreakfastRegistration & Breakfast
    10:00 amLecture 1:
    Introduction to MALDI mass spectrometry
    (Concept & Applications)
    Demo/Hands-on Session 1:
    Guided tour for full workflow in MALDI imaging
    - Sample Preparation (tissue)
    - Matrix deposition
    - Image Acquisition
    12:00 pmLecture 2:
    Sample Preparation (Tissue)
    - Requirements
    - Transportation
    - Storage
    1:00 pmLunch & PrayersLunch & Prayers
    2:30 pmLecture 3:
    Cryosectioning & Matrix Deposition
    - Selection Guidelines
    - Basic Operation
    Demo/Hands-on Session 2:
    Data Processing & Analysis
    - Visualisation
    - Statistical Analysis
    3:30 pmLecture 4:
    Basic MALDI-TOF Instrument Operation
    - Method Optimization for MALDI Imaging (FlexControl)
    - Image Acquisition (FlexImaging)
    4:30 pmDay 1 ReviewDay 2 Review

    REGISTRATION FORM

    CONTACT
    Secretariat of MALDI-Imaging Workshop
    UKM Medical Molecular Biology Institute (UMBI)
    UKM Medical Centre
    Jalan Ya’acob Latiff, Bandar Tun Razak
    56000 Cheras Kuala Lumpur

    Cik Junaida Osman (019-776 7683) / Pn. Nadzirah Selamat (03-9145 9024)
    Fax: 03-9171 7185 Email: rcmm.umbi@gmail.com

  • Session 1 :

    Date & Time for Viewing: 10 November 2017, 4.15 pm- 4.45 pm

    Mount Date & Time: 10 November 2017, by 9 am

    Dismount Date & Time: 10 November 2017 by 5 pm

    NOTITLECODE/DOWNLOAD
    1In silico analysis and molecular docking studies of thymoquinone in STAT3, NF-κβ and PI3K isoformsP1
    2IL-8, Eotaxin and GCSF: potential immune biomarkers in colorectal cancer?P2
    3Essential oils from dietary spices inhibits MMP-9 expression and prevents cancer cell proliferation and migration in MCF-7 and Panc-1 cellsP3
    4Validation of PASD1 as An Immunotherapeutic Target in Colorectal Cancer (CRC)P4
    5Detection of recurrent chromosomal abnormalities in multiple myeloma: A comparison between karyotyping and interphase fluorescence in situ hybridisation (iFISH) methodsP5
    6Transcriptome Profiling of Relapse Pediatric Acute Myeloid LeukemiaP6
    7Hsa-miR-4732-3p as a new factor for monitoring treatment success to imatinib in Chronic Myeloid LeukaemiaP7
    8Monitoring treatment failure to imatinib using hsa-miR-652-3p in Chronic Myeloid LeukaemiaP8
    9Gene Expression Analysis of the Concomitant Existence of Lymphovascular and Perineural Invasion in Colorectal CancerP9
    10Pneumococcal Virulence Genes Expression In Representative Isolates Of Penicillin Susceptible S. Pneumoniae (PSSP) And Penicillin Non-Susceptible S. Pneumoniae (PNSP) of Medically Important SerotypesP10
    11Development of HCT116-Folfox Resistant Colon Cancer Cells and Characterisation of Exosomes derived from HCT116-Folfox Resistant CellsP11
    12Evaluation of a protein synthesis inhibitor for the treatment of nasopharyngeal cancerP12
    13Elucidating the role of miRNAs expression as a post-transcriptional mechanism in the carcinogenesis of air pollution-related lung cancerP13
    14Understanding pathogenesis of colorectal cancer using tissue metabolomics: A systematic reviewP14
    15Circulating microRNAs as pre-symptomatic predictive biomarkers of colorectal cancerP15
    16The evaluation of GDF-15 and FGF-21 as potential diagnostic biomarkers for Mitochondrial DisordersP16

    Session 2

    Date & Time for Viewing: 11 November 2017, 3.30 pm – 4.00 pm

    Mount Date & Time: 11 November 2017, by 9 am

    Dismount Date & Time: 12 November 2017, by 12 pm

    NOTITLECODE/DOWNLOAD
    1Whole Genome Sequencing of Malaysian Colorectal Cancers Identifies SNVs, Indels and Actionable MutationsP17
    2Effect Of D-Glucose - Eugenol Conjugate an Anticancer on Osteosarcoma CellsP18
    3Environmental Risk Exposure And Serum Trace Elements: Discovering The True Interaction In Colorectal CancerP19
    4A survey on global metabolomics using serum in colorectal cancer: identification of common serum biomarkersP20
    5Serum proteome profiling of colorectal cancer using SWATH-MS analysisP21
    6Measurement of Mitochondrial Respiratory Chain Complexes Enzyme Activities in Human Fibroblast using Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent AssayP22
    7Identification of S100-A9 in Gut Secretome of Colorectal Cancer: A Pilot Malaysian StudyP23
    8Point mutations effect on E6 and E7 genes of HPV16: In silico approachP24
    9Serum Vitamin D in a Malaysian Sub-Population: A Preliminary GlimpseP25
    10Analysis of Genetic Variants in a Malay Family With Hereditary Nonpolyposis Colorectal Cancer (HNPCC)P26
    11Overexpression of Leucine-rich alpha-2-glycoprotein 1 (LRG1) Enhances Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition, Cell Migration and Invasion in Colorectal CancerP27
    12The Effect of Glycosylation Inhibitor; Deoxynojirimycin (DNJ) and Deoxymannojirimycin (DMJ) on Osteosarcoma InvasivenessP28
    13Genetic and Non-genetic Studies of Type 2 Diabetes In Three Susceptible Asian Populations: Malays, Chinese and IndianP29
    14Combination of MCL-1 Selective Inhibitor A-1210477 and BH3-mimetic ABT-263 exhibit synergistic anti-proliferative effect on cervical cancer cell linesP30
    15LMO4 Modulation on Regulation of TGFβ Signaling and its Implications in Breast Cancer MetastasisP31
    16The study of DNA alterations and Immunological Proteins Profile in patients with suspected Mitochondrial DisordersP32

  • Date: 11th November 2017

    Time: 8.00 – 9.00 AM

    Category 1: Non-Cancer

    Venue: Seminar Lounge, Level 8

    NOTITLECODE/DOWNLOAD
    1Digenic Inheritance of Heterozygous FANCA and BRCA2 mutations in a VACTERL-H patientYIA-NC1
    2Protein network analysis on the association of PCOS and other diseases towards unraveling its molecular mechanismYIA-NC2
    3Genotype-Phenotype Correlations in Patients with Osteogenesis ImperfectaYIA-NC3
    4Detection of Helicobacter pylori in Gastric Biopsy by Urease Test, Culture and PCRYIA-NC4
    5Mutations in KIF27, GNAS and IFT140 genes are associated with VACTERL associationYIA-NC5
    6Gut Microbiota Diversity in Malaysians: A Pilot StudyYIA-NC6

    Category 2: Cancer

    Venue: Auditorium, Level 1 & G 

    NOTITLECODE/DOWNLOAD
    1Elucidating the Effect Of YB-1 Protein on the Stromal Expression of Collagenases in Malignant Melanoma Cells in VitroYIA-CA1
    2Novel Genomic Aberrations Detected with Customised DNA Microarray in Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) Patients That Could Related to Patient’s Survival StatusYIA-CA2
    3The Landscape of Somatic Mutations in Malaysian Colorectal Cancer Patients using Whole Genome SequencingYIA-CA3
    4Maritoclax represses anti-apoptotic protein MCL-1 and sensitizes Nasopharyngeal carcinoma cell lines to BH3-mimetic ABT-263YIA-CA4
    5LOC285629 Regulates Cell Proliferation and Motility in Colorectal Cancer CellsYIA-CA5
    6Epigenome Analysis of Colorectal Cancer: A Genome Wide ApproachYIA-CA6

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    Free Papers: Non Cancer & Cancer

    Date: 11th November 2017

    Time: 4.00 – 6.00 PM

    Venue: Auditorium, Level 1 & G 

    NOTITLECODE/DOWNLOAD
    1Elucidating the Effect Of YB-1 Protein on the Stromal Expression of Collagenases in Malignant Melanoma Cells in VitroFP-CA1
    2Biological properties of tumour subpopulations in nasopharyngeal carcinomaFP-CA2
    3Relapsed-Related Genes in Childhood Acute Myeloid Leukemia Revealed by Whole Genome Sequencing of Diagnostic, Remission and Relapsed SamplesFP-CA3
    4Maritoclax represses anti-apoptotic protein MCL-1 and sensitizes Nasopharyngeal carcinoma cell lines to BH3-mimetic ABT-263FP-CA4
    5Evaluation of the sequence-specific peptide-binding activity of AGR2 has
    identified specific interaction sites on the oncogenic receptor EpCAM
    FP-CA5
    6Pilot toxicology study of a novel sirtuin inhibitor as a potential therapeutic candidate in colorectal cancerFP-CA6
    7Exogenous Leptin Administration Enhances the Effect of MNNG-Induced Morphological Changes in the Stomach of Male Sprague-Dawley RatsFP-CA7

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