Iron-Sulfur Proteins—Biogenesis, Regulation and Function

39th Steenbock Symposium - May 29, 2018 to Jun 02, 2018
Memorial Union

May 29 through June 2, 2018

Iron-Sulfur Proteins—Biogenesis, Regulation and Function (39th Steenbock Symposium)
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA

This international meeting is the latest in a series that convened last in Bergamo, Italy, in 2015. The symposium will bring together leading scientists in the field of iron-sulfur proteins to discuss their most recent research activities.

• Fe-S cluster assembly and transfer
• Compartmentalization of Fe-S protein biogenesis
• Assembly of clusters in multisubunit complexes
• Iron trafficking, regulation, and sensing
• Regulation of Fe-S protein biogenesis
• Disease-associated Fe-S protein defects
• Fe-S proteins: atypical clusters, novel chemistry, and new roles and functions
• Engineering and evolution of Fe-S proteins