This scientific workshop has been held every two years for the past 30 years; this is the first time in Australia. These meetings are attended by leading academic and industrial scientists from around the world and provide a platform for exchange of information, building scientific relationships, and for the networking and education of PhD and post-doctoral students.
This conference will focus on the physiological and pathophysiological roles of flavin-dependent and copper-dependent amine oxidases, with a particular focus on the clinical relevance of inhibitors of these enzymes. Amine oxidases play critical roles in CNS physiological processes, inflammation, fibrosis, cancer and metabolic disorders, and the meeting will be structured to facilitate the advancement of knowledge in these areas.
Major topics that cover the latest research from basic science to clinical studies are:
Monoamine oxidases (MAO)
Semicarbazide-sensitive amine oxidase/ vascular adhesion protein 1 (SSAO/VAP-1)
Lysyl oxidases (LOX and LOXLs)
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