Programme of the 15th Servier-IGIS symposium
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The birth of IGIS
What does IGIS do?
IGIS: its record
17th Servier-IGIS symposium
16th Servier-IGIS symposium
15th Servier-IGIS symposium
14th Servier-IGIS symposium
13th Servier-IGIS symposium
12th Servier-IGIS symposium
11th Servier-IGIS symposium
10th Servier-IGIS symposium
9th Servier-IGIS symposium
Xth IGIS symposium
XIth IGIS symposium
XIIth IGIS symposium
XIIIth IGIS symposium
XIVth IGIS symposium
XVth IGIS symposium
Neural Orchestration of Metabolism and Islet Function
I. General points on the central control of energy balance and food intake
II. Mechanisms of direct detection of nutrients and hormones by the brain
III. Gastrointestinal and vagal detection of nutrients
IV. Control of β-cell function by the brain
Lectures during IGIS meeting
XVIth IGIS symposium
The Islet and Metabolism Keep Time
I. The circadian system
II. Circadian regulation of the transcriptional network
III. Circadian rhythms and metabolism
IV. Clock and the islet
XVIIth IGIS symposium
A change of personality: dedifferentiation and transdifferentiation in β cells
I. In vivo pancreas organogenesis
II. Adaptive β-cell response in pregnancy and during weaning
IV. Cell-based therapy against diabetes
Papers of interest
The IGIS Digest of the XVIIth IGIS symposium available online!
The IGIS Digest of the XVIth IGIS symposium available online!
The 17th Servier-IGIS Symposium took place in St. Jean Cap Ferrat, France, from 7 to 9 April 2016.
The IGIS Digest is a synopsis of the annual Servier-IGIS symposium, giving a summary of the topics covered during the 3 days of the symposium.
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