Late abstracts can be submitted after this date, but will not be considered for selected talks.
Instructions for abstract preparation
Each abstract should contain a sentence stating the objective of the study, a brief description of the methods used, a summary of the results, and a short conclusion. Do not insert figures or tables.
The entire content should be single-spaced.
Abbreviations: Use standard abbreviations for biological molecules and processes, as well as measure units. Other terms should be spelled out in full at first mention, followed by abbreviations in parentheses.
Special symbols, as well as subscripts and superscripts, are not supported. Greek letters may simply be spelled out (e.g. alpha, beta, etc).
Authors: First name(s) in initials followed by full family name (e.g. N.E. Trapp).
Affiliation: Name of institution, followed by city and country (e.g. McGill University, Montréal, Canada)
Abstract text: Preceded by a carriage return.
Maximum number of characters (with spaces): 2000