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									                                             Programme

                                     "BioCon Valley ® 2002"




                       BIOSYSTEMS
                     BIOTECHNOLOGY
                     BIOENGINEERING
        International Conference and Industrial Exhibition
                 Rostock, September 12-14, 2002
                                     Scientific committee

Martin Kanje (University Lund, Sweden)
Wolfgang Schütt (Institute for Applied Biosciences, Rostock, Germany)
Steffen Schulze-Kremer (Ressourcenzentrum Berlin, Germany)
Bernd Stegmayr, (University Umea, Sweden)
Hans-Jürgen Thiesen (University Rostock, Germany)
Dieter G. Weiss (University Rostock, Germany)
Michael O. Glocker (University Rostock, Germany)


                                      Speakers include

Ian Humphery-Smith, University Utrecht, The Netherlands
Horst Klinkmann, BioCon Valley® Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
Hans-Robert Metelmann, E.M.Arndt University Greifswald, Germany
Lars Vedin, MD, Stockholm, Sweden
Günter v. Sengbusch, Helmholtz Society, Geesthacht, Germany
Dietmar Blohm, University Bremen, Germany
C. Verveij, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Peter Schiller, European Space Agency, ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
S. Stefoni, University Bologna, Italy
Norbert Braun, Riemser Arzneimittel AG, Riems, Germany
Prim B. Singh, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, Scotland
Henrik Vissing, Exiqon A/S, Vedbaek, Denmark
Jörn Vienken, Fresenius AG, Bad Homburg, Germany
Guenter W. Gross, Center for Network Neuroscience, University North Texas, Denton, USA
Ole N. Jensen, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark;
Marcus Bantscheff, Cellzome AG, Heidelberg, Germany
Kathryn S. Lilley, University Cambridge, United Kingdom
Rachel Martin, Shimadzu Biotech, Manchester, United Kingdom
Hans-Georg Neumann, DOT GmbH, Rostock, Germany
Oliver Fiehn, Max-Planck-Institute, Potsdam, Germany
Michael Pawlak, Zeptosens AG, Witterswil, Switzerland
S. Weber, Donau University Krems, Austria
Dieter Falkenhagen, Donau University Krems, Austria
Olaf Wolkenhauer, Control Systems Centre, UMIST, Manchester, United Kingdom
David Fenyo, Genomic Solutions, New York, USA
Thomas Svensson, Arexis AB, Mölndal, Sweden
Sean O'Donoghue, Lion Bioscience AG, Heidelberg, Germany
Jörn T. Epplen, University Bochum, Germany

                                               1
The meeting consists of Plenary Lectures and Parallel Sessions. The Parallel
Sessions are dedicated to the meeting's three main topics (Sub-Meetings):
A: Apheresis
B: Biosystems Technology
C: Functional Genomics


The sessions dedicated to the topic Biosystems Technology (indicated by yellow shading)
are organized by the DFG-Innovationskolleg “Complex and Cellular Sensor Systems” and
its successor program “Landesforschungsschwerpunkt Innovationsnetzwerk
Biosystemtechnik” The Innovationskolleg lead by D.G. Weiss, K.-P. Schmitz and N.Stoll
was funded by DFG, BMBF and University of Rostock from 1995 to 2001. Sessions B2 and
B3 are held as its official closing workshop.

The sessions dedicated to the topic Biotechnology/Functional Genomics (indicated by blue
shading) are organized by the Proteome Center Rostock, the BMBF Leitprojekt "Human
Proteome Analysis" at the University of Rostock and the Steinbeis Transfer Center
Proteome Analysis Rostock. These activities are led by H.-J. Thiesen and M.O. Glocker
Sessions C1 through C4 correspond to these research fields.

Both networks are joining forces under the "International Research Center of Functional
Life Science", Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, located at the Universities of Rostock and
Greifswald covering the whole range of functional life science, i.e. genomics,
transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, cellomics and bioinformatics.




                       Thursday, September 12, 2002

09.35 - 11.30                Session P1 Plenary Lectures on General Topics
                             1 Ian Humphery-Smith, The Human Proteome Project
                             2 Horst Klinkmann, The BioconValley Concept
                             3 Hans-Jürgen Thiesen, Baltic Center for Systems Biology
                             4 Lars Vedin, Report on Swedish Biotechnology
14.00 - 15.30                Session P2 Plenary Lectures
                             A Günther von Sengbusch, From Science to Product: Practical
                             Experiences
                             B Dietmar Blohm, New Developments in Micro-Array Technology:
                             Towards Applications Outside the Research Laboratory
                             C C. Verweij, Genomic View of Arthritis
16.00 - 18.00                Parallel Sessions 1
                             A1 Plasma Exchange and Filtration
                             B1 DNA and Protein Array Technologies
                             C1 Genomics / Transcriptomics


                         Friday, September 13, 2002

09.00 - 10.30                Session P3 Plenary Lectures
                             A Jörg Vienken, Industrial Perspectives of Tissue Engineered
                             Products
                             B Guenter W. Gross, Cell- and Tissue-Based Sensors in Bioterrorism
                             Prevention
                             C Ole N. Jensen, Post-Translational Modification of Proteins: A
                             Challenge for Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry
11.00 - 12.30                Parallel Sessions 2
                             A2 Immunoadsorption
                             B2 Cell- and Tissue-Based Sensor Systems, Part 1
                             C2 Proteomics
12.30 - 14.00                Poster-Session

                                          2
15.00 - 17.00       Parallel Sessions 3
                    A3 Biomaterials
                    B3 Cell- and Tissue-Based Sensor Systems, Part 2
                    C3 Metabolomics / Functional Assays
17.15 - 18.30       Panel discussion
                    "Modern Bio-Sciences- a Blessing for Health?"


                Saturday, September 14, 2002

09.00 - 10.30       Session P4 Plenary Lectures
                    A Bernd Stegmair, New Aspects of Detoxification Procedures
                    B Augustinus Bader, Bioreactors as Biosystems in Tissue
                    Engineering
                    C Steffen Schulze-Kremer, Functional Genomics Resources and
                    Bioinformatics at the German Resource Center for Genome
                    Research
11.00 - 12.30       Parallel Sessions 4
                    A4 Detoxification
                    B4 Cells and Tissues: Culturing and Imaging
                    C4 Bioinformatics
13.00 - 16.00       D4 Workshop Agrobiotechnology
13.30 - 15.30       Satellite Sessions
                    A BMBF - Center of Competence "Therapeutic Apheresis
                    Technologies
                    C BMBF Leading Project: "Human Proteome Analysis"
                    D Agrobiotechnology




                                 3
                Programme - Thursday, September 12, 2002
09.30           Opening Address
                Dr. Otto Ebnet, Minister of Economic Affairs of the State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
09.35-11.30     Session P1
                Plenary Lectures

                Chair:
                Hans-Robert Metelmann, E.M.Arndt University Greifswald, Germany
                Norbert Braun, Riemser Arzneimittel AG, Riems, Germany

                1 The Human Proteome Project , Ian Humphery-Smith, University Utrecht, The Netherlands
                2 The BioCon Valley Concept, Horst Klinkmann, BioCon Valley®, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern,
                Germany
                3 Baltic Center for Systems Biology, Hans-Jürgen Thiesen, University Rostock , Germany
                4 Report on Swedish Biotechnology, Lars Vedin, MD, Sweden
11.30           Official Visitors' Tour of the Exhibition
13.00           Round Table Talk with Press
13.30           Welcome Addresses

                - Dr. Harald Ringstorff, Minister President of the State of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
                - Arno Pöker, Mayor of the Hanseatic City of Rostock
                - Leif H. Sjöström, Consul General of the Kingdom of Sweden, Hamburg
14.00 - 15.30   Session P2
                Plenary Lectures

                Chair:
                Horst Klinkmann, BioCon Valley®, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany

                A From Science to Product: Practical Experiences,
                  Günther v. Sengbusch, Helmholtz Society, Geesthacht, Germany
                B New Developments in Micro-Array Technology: Towards Applications Outside the
                Research Laboratory
                  Dietmar Blohm, University Bremen, Germany
                C Genomic View of Arthritis,
                  C. Verveij, Molecular Cell Biology, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
15.30 - 16.00   Coffee Break, Company Presentations
                Alpha Helix AB, Uppsala, Sweden:
                "PCR"
16.00 - 18.00   Parallel Sessions 1
                Session A1
                Plasma Exchange and Filtration

                Chair:
                Dieter Falkenhagen, Donau University Krems, Austria
                S. Stefoni, University Bologna, Italy

                1 New Perspectives in Renal Transplantation,
                   S. Stefoni, University Bologna, Italy
                2 PES Membranes Designed for Multiple Medical Applications,
                   Frank Wiese, Membrana AG, Wuppertal, Germany
                3 Development and Testing of Membranes for Cell-Based Extracorporeal Blood Detoxification
                Devices
                   Thomas Groth, Wolfgang Albrecht, Barbara Seifert, GKSS Forschungszentrum Teltow,
                Germany
                4 Innovative Tools for Blood Purification Procedures,
                   Konrad Martins, Uwe Klaus, Saxonia GmbH, Radeberg, Germany
                5 Computer Design of Artificial Organs,
                   Catrin Bludszuweit, Annette Geltmeier, ASD GmbH, Rostock, Germany
                6 Albumin Loss and Beta-2-Microglobulin Removal of High-Flux Dialyzers,
                   Peter Ahrenholz , BioArtProducts GmbH, Rostock, Roland E. Winkler, Michael Tiess,
                Wolfgang Ramlow, Ann Michelsen, BioArtProducts GmbH and Dialyse-Gemeinschaft Nord
                e.V., Rostock, Germany


                Session B1

                                                  4
        DNA and Protein Array Technologies
        also a Workshop of the Landesforschungsschwerpunkt "Biosystems
        Technology"

        Chair:
        Dietmar Blohm, University Bremen, Germany

        1 Erich Sackmann, TU München, Germany (Invited)
        2 Electronic Readout DNA-Arrays,
          Rainer Hintsche, Fraunhofer Institute of Silicon Technology, Itzehoe, Germany
        3 DNA and Protein Chip Technology for Monitoring Industrial Scale Fermenters,
          Michael Hecker, Thomas Schweder, E.M.A.-University Greifswald, Germany
        4 Genome-Wide Transcription Profiling in Industrial Yeasts and Corynebacterium glutamicum
          Oliver Sorgenfrei, Axaron Bioscience AG, Heidelberg, Germany
        5 Micro-Array Technology in Sepsis Applications - where and when?,
          Arndt Rolfs, University Rostock and Arcensus GmbH, Berlin, Germany
        6 New Developments in Immobilization of DNA on Chips,
          Christine Wittmann, FH Neubrandenburg, Germany


        Session C1
        Genomics / Transcriptomics

        Chair:
        Hans-Jürgen Thiesen, University Rostock, Germany

        1 DNA Diagnostics in Multifactorial Diseases,
          Jörn T. Epplen, Human Genetics, University Bochum, Germany
        2 Heterochromatin Protein 1 and the Histone Code,
          Prim B. Singh, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, Scotland
        3 Microarray Technologies: Application of Locked Nucleic Acids (LNA) and Bioinformatics
          Henrik Vissing, Exiqon A/S, Vedbaek, Denmark
        4 SensiChip Array System - Analyze Biopsy Material without Amplification Steps,
          Martin Potgeter, QIAGEN GmbH, Hilden, Germany
        5 The High Body Weight Selected Mouse Line DU6 as Polygenic Model for Growth and
        Obesity Research,
          Gudrun A. Brockmann, Research Institute for the Biology of Farm Animals, Dummerstorf,
        Germany
        6 Designing Customized Arrays in the Post Genomic Era,
          Marcus Hausch, febit ag, Mannheim, Germany
19.30   Evening Reception (Boat Trip, Harbour Cruise)




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                  Programme - Friday, September 13, 2002
09.00 - 10.30   Session P3
                Plenary Lectures

                Chair:
                Dieter G. Weiss, University Rostock, Germany

                A Industrial Perspectives of Tissue-Engineered Products;
                   Jörg Vienken, Fresenius AG, Bad Homburg, German
                B Cell- and Tissue-Based Sensors in Bioterrorism Prevention,
                   Guenter W. Gross, Center for Network Neuroscience, University North Texas, Denton,
                USA
                C Post-Translational Modification of Proteins: A Challenge for Proteomics and Mass
                Spectrometry,
                   Ole N. Jensen, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark
10.30 - 11.00   Coffee Break, Company Presentations
                TFG Venture Capital GmbH, Hamburg, Germany:
                "Determinants of Success of a Biotech Enterprise from the Point of View of a Venture
                Capitalist"
11.00 - 12.30   Parallel Sessions 2
                Session A2
                Immunoadsorption

                Chair:
                Wolfgang Schütt, IFAB, Rostock, Germany

                1 Development of New Immunoadsorbents and Clinical Results,
                   Wolfgang Rhönspeck, Affina Immuntechnik GmbH, Berlin, Germany
                2 Immunoadsorption: Clinical Aspects,
                   Wolfgang Ramlow, Dialyse-Gemeinschaft Nord e.V., Rostock, Germany
                3 Technologies of Apheresis: Status and Perspectives,
                   Ulrich Baurmeister, MAT GmbH, Wuppertal, Germany
                4 Immuncomplexe Adsorption in Diabetes BB/OK rats,
                   S. Berg, I. Klöting, S. Lucke, H.W. Heinrich, H.-J. Hahn, IDK Karlsburg and Bioserv AG
                Greifswald, Germany
                5 Patient-Specific Immunoadsorber (PSIA): A New Approach to Treat Immune Diseases,
                   Peter Kruschke, Susanne Franke, Hans-Jürgen Hahn, Hans-Werner Heinrich, Bioserv AG,
                Greifswald, Germany
                6 New Developments for Apheresis Technologies,
                   Winfried Schimmelpfennig, PlasmaSelect AG, Teterow, Germany


                Session B2
                Cell- and Tissue-Based Sensor Systems, Part 1
                also a workshop of the DFG Innovationskolleg "Complex and Cellular
                Sensor Systems"

                Chair:
                Dieter G. Weiss, University Rostock, Germany

                1 Biosystems Technology - an Example of Technology Transfer from Academia,
                   Dieter G. Weiss, University Rostock and Institut für Zelltechnologie e.V. Rostock
                2 ArtHand: Attempt to Create an Interface between Peripheral Neurons and an Electronic
                Prosthesis,
                   Martin Kanje, University Lund, Sweden
                3 Cellomics,
                   Arno Schönberger, Beckman-Coulter GmbH, Krefeld, Germany
                4 Multiparametric Sensor Chips for Cell-Based Sreening,
                   Ralph Ehret, Werner Baumann, Mirko Lehmann, Elke Thedinga, Sabine Drechsler, Axel
                Kob, Heiko Palzer, Bionas GmbH, Rostock and Micronas GmbH, Freiburg, Germany
                5 Life Support System for Cell Cultures in PCB-Technology,
                   Lienhard Pagel, Thomas Landrock, University Rostock, Germany
                6 Light Scattering Methods for the Detection of AC Field-Induced Cell and Particle
                Movements,
                   Jan Gimsa, University Rostock and Humboldt University Berlin, Germany


                                                6
                Session C2
                Proteomics

                Chair:
                Michael O. Glocker, University Rostock, Germany

                1 Quantitative Proteomics,
                   Kathryn. S. Lilley, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
                2 2D-Electrophoresis in a Disposable Microfluidic Chip,
                   Anja Griebel, Institut für Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbH, Mainz, Germany
                3 Functional Organization of a Eucaryotic Proteome by Systematic Analysis of Protein
                Complexes,
                   Marcus Bantscheff, Cellzome AG, Heidelberg, Germany
                4 Actual Proteomics Applications of a MALDI -MS n Hybrid-Mass Spectrometer,
                   Rachel Martin, Shimadzu Biotech, Manchester, United Kingdom
12.30 - 14.00   Poster-Session with prize awarding for the "Best Poster"
                sponsored by Steinbeis Transferzentrum Proteomanalyse, Rostock, Germany (1st prize:
                500,00 EUR, 2nd prize: 200,00 EUR, 3rd prize: 100,00 EUR)
14.00 - 15.00   Coffee Break, Company Presentations
                SIILGmbH, Erkrath, Germany:
                "Unzipp your Favourite Gene, Hands on Bioinformation with SciFinder from CAS"
15.00 - 17.00   Parallel Sessions 3
                Session A3
                Biomaterials

                Chair:
                Hans-Günter Neumann, DOT GmbH, Rostock, Germany

                1 Biologization of the Tissue / Biomaterial Interface - The Concept of BIOGREMA,
                  Joachim Rychly, University Rostock, Germany
                2 Physical and Chemical Characterization of Titanium Implants,
                  A. Kirbs, University Rostock, Germany
                3 Calcium Phosphate Composite Coatings,
                  Hans-Günter Neumann, DOT GmbH, Rostock, Germany
                4 Magnetic Nano- and Microparticles Designed for Nucleic Acid and Protein Separation,
                  Joachim Teller, micromod GmbH, Rostock, Germany
                5 A New Sol-Gel Derived Bone Grafting Material,
                  Thomas Gerber, University Rostock, Germany
                6 Modification of Polyetheretherketon (PEEK) by Plasma Technology,
                  Roland Ihrke, INP Greifswald, Germany


                Session B3
                Cell- and Tissue-Based Sensor Systems, Part 2
                also a workshop of the DFG Innovationskolleg "Complex and Cellular
                Sensor Systems"

                Chair:
                Dieter G. Weiss, University Rostock, Germany

                1 In Vitro Biocompatibility Testing for Implants,
                   Detlev Behrend, University Rostock, Germany
                2 Complex Sensor System for the Control of Neuromuscular Blockade and Depth of
                Anesthesia,
                   Ralf Friedrich, Rainer Hofmockel, Birgit Pohl, Gabriele Nöldge-Schomburg, Olaf Simanski,
                Bernhard Lampe, University Rostock, Germany
                3 Growth and Development of Electrically Active Neuronal Networks on Micro-Electrode
                Arrays,
                   Simone Stüwe, Alexandra Gramowski, Dieter G. Weiss, University Rostock, Germany
                4 Cellular Sensor System for Sepsis Diagnosis,
                   Jens Altrichter, Teraklin AG, Rostock, Germany
                5 Cyanobacteria-Based Environmental Stress Sensor,
                   Martin Hagemann, Norbert Erdmann, University Rostock, Germany


                Session C3


                                                 7
                Metabolomics / Functional Assays

                Chair:
                Oliver Fiehn, Max-Planck-Institute, Potsdam, Germany

                1 Metabolomic Network Analysis,
                   Oliver Fiehn, Max-Planck-Institute, Potsdam, Germany
                2 Transcriptomics of the Hypoxic Tumor Cell Response,
                   Manfred Kunz, University Rostock, Germany
                3 2D/3D Biochips - a Central Platform to Continue Genomics and Proteomics,
                   Holger Eickhoff, SCIENION AG Berlin, Germany
                4 Peptide Micro-Arrays: Tools for the Post-Genomic Era,
                   Jens Schneider-Mergener, Jerini AG, Berlin, Germany
                5 Protein Microarrays for Drug Discovery,
                   Michael Pawlak, Zeptosens AG, Witterswil, Switzerland
                6 Metabolite Profiling: Linking Gene to Function, Directly,
                   Ralf Looser, Metanomics GmbH & Co. KgaA, Berlin, Germany



17.15 - 18.30   Panel discussion (held in German language)
                "Modern Bio Sciences - a Blessing for Health?"

                The panel discussion will focus on ethical topics, associated with the application of modern
                life science technologies in medicine. Experts from science, business and administration will
                present their statements and are open for discussion with the public.
                Rotunde at HanseMesse Rostock

                Teilnehmer auf dem Podium:
                     Edelgard Bulmahn, Bundesministerin Bildung und Forschung, Berlin (Politikerin)
                        (angefragt)
                     Otto Ebnet, Wirtschaftsminister Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Politiker)
                     Peter Kauffold, Bildungsminister Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Politiker) (angefragt)
                     Günther v. Sengbusch, Helmholtz Society, Geesthacht, Germany
                     Anna-Katharina Szagun, Universität Rostock (Theologin)
                     Augustinus Baader, Universität Tübingen (Zellbiologe)
                     Walter Gerike, Vorstand Teraklin AG, Rostock (Start-up-Unternehmer)
                     Klaus Dieter Classen, Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultät der E.M.A. Universität
                        Greifswald (Staatsrechtler)
                     Gustav Steinhoff, Klinik und Poliklinik für Herzchirurgie Universität Rostock
                        (Mediziner)
                     Jörg Vienken, Vice President BioScience Department Fresenius Medical Care, Bad
                        Homburg (Industrie)
                     Hans-Jürgen Thiesen, Institut für Immunologie, Universität Rostock, (Mediziner)




                                                  8
                Programme - Saturday, September 14, 2002
09.00 - 10.30   Session P4
                Plenary Lectures

                Chair:
                Hans-Jürgen Thiesen, University Rostock, Germany

                A New Aspects of Detoxification Procedures,
                  Bernd Stegmair, University Umea, Sweden
                B Bioreactors as Biosystems in Tissue Engineering,
                  Augustinus Bader, University Tübingen, Germany
                C Functional Genomics Resources and Bioinformatics at the German Resource Center for
                Genome Research,
                  Steffen Schulze-Kremer, Deutsches Ressourcenzentrum für Genomforschung GmbH,
                Berlin, Germany
10.30 - 11.00   Coffee Break, Company Presentations
                BECIT GmbH, Wolfen, Germany:
                "Application of a New Cross Glow"
11.00 - 12.30   Parallel Sessions 4
                Session A4
                Detoxification

                Chair:
                S. Weber, Dieter Falkenhagen, Donau University Krems, Austria

                1 Extracorporeal Detoxification: Efficacy and Compatibility,
                  Roland E. Winkler, Dialysegemeinschaft Nord e.V., Rostock, Germany
                2 MARS: New Clinical Results,
                  Steffen Mitzner, Teraklin AG, Rostock, Germany
                3 PROMETHEUS: A New Liver Assist System,
                  C. Weber, Dieter Falkenhagen, BioTec Systems Krems GmbH and Donau University
                Krems, Austria
                4 Specific Microadsorbents for Apheresis Technologies,
                  S. Weber, Dieter Falkenhagen, Donau University Krems, Austria
                5 Quality Assurance for Apheresis,
                  Jürgen Dräger, Fachhochschule Stralsund, Germany


                Session B4
                Cells and Tissues: Culturing and Imaging

                Chair:
                Augustinus Bader, University Tübingen, Germany

                1 Tissue Culturing and Imaging in Space: Technologies and Programmes,
                   Peter Schiller, European Space Agency, ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
                2 3D Laser-Scanning Microscopy - Recent Developments,
                   Thomas Pingel, LaVision Biotech GmbH, Bielefeld, Germany
                3 Nano-Manipulation and Kryotechniques in Micro-Organ Research,
                   H.-Heinrich Hohenberg, Hüseyin Sirma, Heinrich-Pette-Institut Hamburg, Germany
                4 Modification and Production of Stem Cells for Restoration in Human Diseases,
                   Jens Pahnke, University Rostock, Germany
                5 Versatility of Gas-Discharge Plasma-Generated Chemical Micropatterned Cell Culture on
                Polymeric Biomaterials
                   Karsten Schröder, Andreas Ohl, INP Greifswald, Germany
                6 Microfluidic Systems for Biotechnology,
                   Steffen Howitz, GeSim GmbH, Rossendorf, Germany
                7 Temporary Immersion Technique for in Vitro Culturing of Plants,
                   Manfred-Josef Sellner, Hochschule Wismar, Germany




                Session C4

                                                9
                Bioinformatics

                Chair:
                Steffen Schulze-Kremer, Deutsches Ressourcenzentrum für Genomforschung GmbH, Berlin,
                Germany

                1 Perspectives in Systems Biology,
                  Olaf Wolkenhauer, Control Systems Centre, UMIST, Manchester, United Kingdom
                2 Profound - a Powerful Search Engine for Proteome Research,
                  David Fenyo, Genomics Solutions, New York, USA
                3 Animal Model and Bioinformatics,
                  Thomas Svensson, Arexis AB, Mölndal, Sweden
                4 The Role of Structures in Virtual Cell,
                  Sean O`Donoghue, Lion Bioscience AG, Heidelberg, Germany
                5 Exploring Human Genetic Variation: MALDI-TOF MS Based SNP Genotyping,
                  Wolfgang Pusch, Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Bremen, Germany

12.30 - 13.30   Coffee Break, Company Presentations
                IBA GmbH, Göttingen, Germany:
                "Strep-Log Technology"

13.30 - 15.30   Satellite Sessions, Company Presentations

                A BMBF - Center of Competence "Therapeutic Apheresis Technologies",
                  U. Baurmeister, MAT GmbH, Wuppertal and Wolfgang Schütt, IFAB, Rostock, Germany

                C BMBF Leitprojekt: "Human Proteome Analysis",
                  Hans-Jürgen Thiesen , University Rostock, Germany
                  Michael O. Glocker, University Rostock, Germany
13.30 - 16.00   D Workshop Agrobiotechnology

                Chair:
                Hartmut Zühlke, Forschungsinstitut für die Biologie landwirtschaftlicher Nutztiere,
                Dummerstorf, Germany

                1 Expression Profiling - Tool for Validation of Environmental Conditions in Livestock
                Production,
                   Manfred Schwerin, FBN Dummerstorf, Germany
                2 Mastitis: Prevention via Prophylactic Activation of the Innate Immune Defense in the Udder?
                   Hans-Martin Seyfert, FBN Dummerstorf, Germany
                3 Biotechnology of Reproduction,
                   Wilhelm Kanitz, FBN Dummerstorf, Germany
                4 Genetically Transformed Vaccines,
                   Martin Beer, Bundesforschungsanstalt für Viruskrankheiten der Tiere, Insel Riems,
                Germany
                5 Sustainable Molecular Farming in Transgenic Plants,
                   Inge Broer, University Rostock, Germany
                6 Improved Disease Resistance in Genetically Modified Potatoes,
                   C. Wegener, BAFZ Groß-Lüsewitz, Germany
                7. (Dr. Lüth, Prophyta)




                                                  10
                                  Company Representations
The following companies and technology transfer institutions will be represented at the meeting through
either an exhibition stand or an oral presentation of company members in the conference or through a
separate company presentation in the exhibition area (see programme)

Affina Immuntechnik GmbH, Berlin Germany                Institut für Marine Biotechnologie IMB e.V., Greifs-
Alpha Helix AB, Uppsala Sweden                             wald Germany
Analytical Instrument GmbH, Rostock Germany             Institut für Zelltechnologie IZT e.V. , Rostock
APPLIKON BIOTEK GmbH, Küllwald-Remsfeld                    Germany
   Germany                                              insyde® Innovative Systeme für Dekontaminierung
Arcensus GmbH, Berlin                                      und Recycling GmbH, Rostock Germany
Arexis AB, Mölndal Sweden                               International Research Center of Functional Life
Armin Baack Laborbedarf, Rostock Germany                   Science, Rostock Germany
ASD Advanced Simulation & Design GmbH,                  ipc ingenieurbüro projectmanagement und
   Rostock Germany                                         controlling GmbH, Lübeck Germany
Ausgründungszentrum Medizinische Mikro-                 Jerini AG, Berlin Germany
   sensorik, Rostock/Greifswald Germany                 Kendro Laboratory Products GmbH, Hanau
Axaron AG, Heidelberg Germany                              Germany
BECIT Bio- Energie- Consult- Innovations-und            LaVision BioTec GmbH, Bielefeld Germany
   Technologie GmbH, Wolfen Germany                     Lichtmikroskopie-Zentrum, Rostock Germany
Beckman Coulter GmbH, Krefeld Germany                   Lion Bioscience AG, Heidelberg Germany
BFi OPTiLAS GmbH, Puchheim/München                      MAT GmbH, Wuppertal Germany
   Germany                                              Membrana AG, Wuppertal Germany
BioArt Products GmbH, Rostock Germany                   Metanomics GmbH&Co KGaA, Berlin Germany
BioCon Valley GmbH, Greifswald Germany                  Micromod GmbH, Rostock Germany
Bionas GmbH, Rostock Germany                            Micronas GmbH, Freiburg Germany
Bioserv AG, Greifswald Germany                          Ministerium für Arbeit und Bau Mecklenburg-
BioTec Systems Krems GmbH, Krems Austria                   Vorpommern, Schwerin Germany
Biozym Diagnostik GmbH, Hessisch-Oldendorf              MWG BIOTECH AG, Ebersberg Germany
   Germany                                              PlasmaSelect AG, Teterow
Bruker Daltonik GmbH, Bremen Germany                    Quiagen GmbH, Hilden Germany
Cadolto Flohr & Söhne GmbH & Co.KG,                     Rational Technische Lösungen GmbH, Rostock
   Cadolzburg Germany                                      Germany
CCS Cell Culture Service GmbH, Hamburg                  Rechtsrheinisches Technologie- und Grün-
   Germany                                                 derzentrum Köln GmbH Germany
Cellzome AG, Heidelberg Germany                         Riemser Arzneimittel AG, Riems Germany
ConSequence GmbH, Teltow Germany                        Sarstedt AG & Co., Nümbrecht Germany
Deutsches Ressourcenzentrum für Genom-                  Saxonia GmbH, Radeberg Germany
   forschung GmbH, Berlin Germany                       Schwedisches Generalkonsulat, Hamburg
DOT GmbH, Rostock Germany                                  Germany
Dr. Diestel Metallbau Klimatechnik GmbH, Rostock        Science Information International Ltd. repres. CAS,
   Germany                                                 Erkrath Germany
ELIPSA GmbH Gesellschaft für Stofftrennung,             Scienion AG, Berlin Germany
   Berlin Germany                                       Shimadzu Biotech, Manchester United Kingdom
EUROGENTEC S.A., Seraing Belgium                        Steinbeis-Transferzentrum Analytische Visua-
European Space Agency, ESA-ESTEC, Noordwijk                lisierungstechniken, Rostock Germany
   Netherlands                                          Steinbeis-Transferzentrum Herz-Kreislauffor-
Exiqon A/S, Vedbaeck Denmark                               schung, Rostock Germany
Febit AG, Mannheim Germany                              Steinbeis-Transferzentrum Proteom-Analyse,
Forschungsverbund Mecklenburg-Vorpommern                   Rostock Germany
   FMV e.V., Rostock Germany                            Techniker Krankenkasse, Schwerin Germany
Fresenius AG, Bad Homburg Germany                       Teraklin AG, Rostock Germany
Genomics Solutions, New York USA                        TFG Venture Capital GmbH, Hamburg Germany
GeSiM Gesellschaft für Silizium-Mikrosysteme            Universität Rostock Technologietransferstelle,
   mbH, Rossendorf Germany                                 Germany
IBA GmbH, Göttingen Germany                             Vogel Life Science Medien GmbH, Würzburg
IGV Institut für Getreideverarbeitung GmbH,                Germany
   Bergholz-Rehbrücke Germany                           Weiss Klimatechnik GmbH, Lindenstruth Germany
IMIT Institut für Mikrotechnik Mainz GmbH, Mainz        Wita GmbH, Teltow Germany
   Germany                                              WOLKA GMP Consulting Büro, Röbel Germany
Innovationsnetzwerk Biosystemtechnik, Rostock           Zeptosens AG, Witterswil Switzerland
   Germany

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