Meeting Report

Meeting Report: Barossa 2005—Signaling Networks

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Science's STKE  28 Feb 2006:
Vol. 2006, Issue 324, pp. pe9
DOI: 10.1126/stke.3242006pe9

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A report of the Signaling Networks meeting, Barossa Valley, South Australia, 16 to 19 November 2005.


Cellular signal transduction involves an elaborate network of interrelated signaling pathways. Dissecting the components of these signaling pathways and the functional relationships between them is crucial to our understanding of biological processes. This was the central theme of the November 2005 Signaling Networks meeting held in the Barossa Valley, South Australia. The meeting highlighted recent exciting advances in this area, covering topics such as the initiation, integration, regulation, and architecture of signaling networks, and the importance of these pathways in normal physiological functions and pathophysiological processes.

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