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Systems Medicine Conference in Slovenia

Systems Medicine Conference in Slovenia: National Awareness Event,12th CFGBC Symposium and “Systems Medicine” Workshop took place from June 8th-9th 2017 at Hotel Slon, Ljubljana, Slovenia.

CASyM winter school of Systems Medicine

CASyM winter school of Systems Medicine took place between March 29th and April 1st 2017 in Ljubljana, Slovenia and is entitled »The 3rd SysBioMed hands-on tutorial: Systems Medicine Approaches in Personalized Medicine«

ELIXIR-SI launch & 11TH CFGBC Symposium

The event with motto “Data for Life” took place from September 20th - 21st 2016 at Cankarjev dom and the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

2009-04-15
Uršula Prosenc's Publications

Publications

Original Scientific Article

1. FINK, Martina, ŠPANINGER, Klemen, PROSENC, Uršula, ROZMAN, Damjana. High-fat medium and circadian transcription factors (cryptochrome and clock) contribute to the regulation of cholesterogenic Cyp51 and Hmgcr genes in mouse embryonic fibroblasts. Acta chim. slov.. [Tiskana izd.], 2008, vol. 55, no. 1, str. 85-92.

Published Scientific Conference Contribution Abstract

2. ROZMAN, Damjana, FINK, Martina, AČIMOVIČ, Jure, GOLIČNIK, Marko, KOŠIR, Rok, PROSENC, Uršula, ŠPANINGER, Klemen, DEBELJAK, Nataša. Regulation of metabolic output genes and circadian regulators by lipids and cAMP. V: BAVEC, Aljoša (ur.). 3rd CFGBC Symposium, Ljubljana, June 19, 2008. From arrays to understanding diseases. Ljubljana: Faculty of Medicine, 2008, str. 28-29.

Published Professional Conference Contribution Abstract

3. ROZMAN, Damjana, FINK, Martina, AČIMOVIČ, Jure, KOŠIR, Rok, PROSENC, Uršula, ŠPANINGER, Klemen. Cholesterogenic Output Genes: Regulation by Lipids, cAMP and the Circadian Rhythm. V: 20th Anniversary Meeting of the Society for Research on Biological Rhythms : Program and Abstracts, May 17-21, 2008, Destin, Florida. Dustin: Society for Research on Biological Rhythms, 2008, str. 206.

2006 - University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Medicine, Center for Functional Genomics and Bio-chips.