Moscow Conference on
Computational Molecular Biology

Poster session will take place on July 16, 16:40 till 18:40, in the building of Biological Faculty of the MSU (no.8 on the map).

The size of a poster stand is horizontally oriented A0 (120 cm width, 90 cm height)

List of posters

This list in xls

Poster #



Poster title

1Shlikht AnatoliyalgorithmsAutomated working place of bioinformatics
2Taranov EvgenyalgorithmsDegenPrimer: a software for in silico simulation of multiplex PCR with degenerate primers
3Golosova OlgaalgorithmsNGS Data Analysis with Unipro UGENE
4Kalinina AnastasiaalgorithmsThe method for homologous recombination detection within bacterial species
5Klimchuk OlesyaalgorithmsOLESA: Operon Loci Examination and Sorting Application
6Demidov GermanalgorithmsA Novel Statistical Algorithm to Detection of Large-scale Deletions in PCR-enriched Target Sequencing Data
7Demidov GermanalgorithmsStochastic modeling of enhancer molecular configurations
8Fedonin GennadiyalgorithmsCharacterization of highly diverse viral populations by fast reference selection and accurate read mapping
9Flegontov PavelalgorithmsA read mapper for investigation of U-insertion/deletion RNA editing
10Gerasimov EvgenyalgorithmsHuman-guided genome assembly finishing software
11Lyubetsky VassilyalgorithmsA method of detecting local gene synteny rearrangement
12Poverennaia IrinaalgorithmsInvestigation of exon-intron structure multiple alignments
13Soldatov Ruslanmedical geneticsDifferential activity of polymerase ? associated with replication timing and gene bodies in humans: evidence from mutational signatures
14Nagaev BorisalgorithmsNPG-explorer, a tool for creating and exploring nucleotide pangenome for closely related prokaryotic genomes
15Zhuravleva Ekaterinaepigenetics and chromatin structureEvaluation of the positional correlations between whole genome annotations: novel statistical approaches development, advancement of the GenometriCorr methodologies
16Stavrovskaya Elenaepigenetics and chromatin structureStereoGene: a tool for fast correlation assessment and its application to the analysis of bivalent histone methylation
17Galitsyna Aleksandraepigenetics and chromatin structureSpatial configuration of the alpha-globin gene domain in three cell types of G.gallus
18Khrameeva Ekaterinaepigenetics and chromatin structureActive chromatin regions are sufficient to define borders of topologically associated domains in D. melanogaster interphase chromosomes
19Lifanov Alexanderepigenetics and chromatin structureConserved Regions of DNA Forming Nucleosomes in Transcriptional Regulatory Modules Are Close in Space
20Kulakova Ekaterinaepigenetics and chromatin structureComputer analysis of chromosome contacts obtained by ChIA-PET and Hi-C technologies
21Klink GalyaevolutionAnalysis of prevalence of epistasis on the basis of huge phylogenies
22Potapova NadezhdaevolutionAccumulation of mutations in nonsense alleles of Drosophila melanogaster
23Rusinov IvanevolutionEstimation of selection pressure on degenerate sequences in genomes: choice of method
24Terekhanova NadezhdaevolutionLocal variation of the mutation rate across the primate phylogeny
25Teterina AnastasiaevolutionThe evolution of cod protein coding genes: intra- and interspecies levels
26Savitskaya EkaterinaevolutionAutoimmune primed CRISPR adaptation in I-E and I-F systems: comparative analysis of new spacer selection mechanisms
27Novakovsky GermanevolutionPhylogenomic analysis of the type I NADH:quinone-oxidoreductase
28Bondareva OlgaevolutionStudy of lactobacteria's genomes evolution
29Tarasov Olegevolution, taxonomySequencing genomes of Saccharomyces cerevisiae strains belonging to the Peterhof Genetic Collection helps elucidate the origin of several widely used laboratory strains
30Troitsky Alekseyevolution, taxonomyMoss phylogeny reconstructed from 24 full mitogenome sequences using new "pangenome" based approach.
31Korvigo Iliaevolution, taxonomyThe Evolutionary Space of bacterial 16S rRNA gene
32Baranova Mariiamedical and population geneticsExtremely high polymorphism level in fungi S. commune: the cause and the importance for population genomics
33Bai Haihuamedical geneticsIdentification of the susceptibility gene loci associated with ischemic stroke in a Mongolian population in China
34Belenikin Maximmedical geneticsStudying of epileptic encephalopathies using NimbleGen-based target panels
35Belenikin Maximmedical geneticsFinding of compound heterozygous mutations in the ALDH7A1 gene. Clinical case
36Reznik Aleksandrmedical geneticsEvolutionary analysis of NPC1 improves accuracy of predicting disease causing missense mutations
37Sergeev Romanmedical geneticsMutation analysis of M. tuberculosis nucleotide sequences from patients in Belarus
38Bizin Ilyamedical genetics, cancerA bioinformatics pipeline for analysing germline mutations in human breast cancer by exome sequencing
39Milchevskaya Vladislavamedical genetics, cancerImproved gene annotations for microarray based identifications of reporter metabolites in recurrent breast cancer
40Moshkovskii Sergeimedical genetics, cancerExome-based proteogenomics of human cancer cell lines
41Terskikh Anastasiamedical genetics, cancerAnalysis of mutational landscape of patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia
42Popova AnfisametagenomicsBCVISS: a web application for analyzing mixed 16S rRNA gene chromatograms
43Dubinkina VeronikametagenomicsAssessment of k-mer spectrum applicability for metagenomic dissimilarity analysis of human gut microbiota
44Garushyants SofyametagenomicsComparative metagenomic profiling of two pilot-scale microbial fuel cells treating industrial wastewaters
45Kiseleva Larisametagenomics
46Kovarsky BorismetagenomicsRecent genomic changes in the human gut microbiome
47Shavkunov KonstantinmetagenomicsBacteria revived from an ancient bison gut
48Kazakov SergeymetagenomicsMetaFast: fast reference-free graph-based comparison of shotgun metagenomic data
49Ivashchenko AnatoliymiRNABinding sites of miRNAs with transcription factors' genes of Camelus ferus and Homo sapiens
50Ivashchenko AnatoliymiRNAFeatures of miR-574-5p and miR-574-3p binding sites in mRNA of target genes
51Prosvirov KirillmiRNAAt least 6% of conserved miRNAs` sites are misaligned.
52Niyazova RaigulmiRNA, cancerInteractions between miRNAs and mRNAs of apoptosis genes in lung cancer
53Niyazova RaigulmiRNA, cancerThe interaction of miRNAs with mRNAs of the cell cycle genes in lung cancer
54Hadarovich Annaprotein functionQuantitative comparison of functional properties in protein-protein complexes
55Petrov Artemprotein functionA novel Arg H52 and Tyr H33 conservative binding motif in antibodies: a correlation between sequence of immunoglobulins and their binding properties
56Alexandrov Antonprotein function, algorithmsComputational prediction of MHC class I tumor-specific antigens
57Argun Dmitriyprotein function, algorithmsSequence analysis in short functionally important peptides by combination of bioinformatics, molecular dynamics and testing of biological activity
58Bogatyreva Natalyaprotein structureMethods for protein folding rate prediction
59Dudko Annaprotein structureTOM-complex structure modeling
60Gushchina Irinaprotein structureMolecular model of tyrosyl-DNA phosphodiesterase 1 for a structure-based screening for its inhibitors
61Guzenko Dmytroprotein structureConstrained Modelling of an Intermediate Filament Dimer
62Ivankov Dmitryprotein structureTesting applicability of machine learning for protein folding rate prediction
63Milchevskiy Yuryprotein structureLocal protein structure prediction based on physicochemical properties of amino acids
64Nyporko Alexprotein structureThe 8-oxo-7,8-dihydro-2?-dGTP behavior in active site of human DNA polymerase ?: structural investigation in silico
65Rogacheva Olgaprotein structurecAMP-induced conformational changes of Protein Kinase A Ia A-domain
66Scherbakov Kirillprotein structureDocking method reveals binding patterns of ?,?-dioc acids by albumin
67Shalaeva Dariaprotein structureModeling the role of positively charged moieties in hydrolysis of nucleoside triphosphates
69Uroshlev Leonidprotein structurePrediction of cation binding sites using structural water
70Aksianov Evgeniyprotein structure, algorithmsSequence alignment of non-superposable beta-sheets
71Bykov Alexanderregulation of transcriptionChanging the transcriptional activity of genome regulatory loci by PCR-mutagenesis
72Khoroshkin Matveiregulation of transcriptionTranscriptional Regulation of the Carbohydrate Metabolism in the Bifidobacterium Genus
73Suvorova Innaregulation of transcriptionReconstruction of GABA and taurine metabolic regulons, controlled by MocR-subfamily transcription factors
74Tutukina Mariaregulation of transcriptionRevealing and comparing regulons of homologues transcription factors UxuR and ExuR in Escherichia coli.
75Zharov Ilyaregulation of transcriptionCorrelations of substitutions predict specific protein-DNA contacts in the MerR family of transcriptional factors
76Dergilev Arthurregulation of transcriptionMining of nucleotide sequences containing clusters of transcription factor binding sites
77Zalevsky ArthurRNA and DNA structureUnraveling CD spectra of G-quadruplexes
78Lomzov AlexanderRNA and DNA structureHybridization energy of native and modified DNA duplexes calculated using molecular dynamics
79Chervontseva ZoeRNA structureThe evolution of 5' untranslated regions' structure in Bacilli and Clostridia genomes
80Moldovan MikhailRNA structureComparative genomics analysis of thiamine-pyrophosphate riboswitches in fungal genomes
81Baulin EugeneRNA structureLong-range stem-based RNA tertiary motifs
82Vasileva AleksandraRNA structureSecondary structures in the coding regions of mRNAs: literature survey and comparison of prediction methods
83Vinogradova SvetlanaRNA structureProbing-directed structured elements detection in RNA sequences
84Volkova OxanaRNA structureEstimation of translational importance of mammalian mrna nucleotide sequence characteristics based on ribosomal profiling data
85Lavrekha Viktoriyasystems biology, modelingMathematical modeling of morphogenetic regulation of the meristem zone formation in the plant root
86Novikov Konstantinsystems biology, modelingA new method for identification of molecular motor role in endocytosis
87Spirov Alexandersystems biology, modelingDynamic modeling of genes for spatial patterning in embryo development on the example of the Drosophila segmentation gene hunchback
88Dymova Arinasystems biology, networksCombined sequenced-based model of the Drosophila gap gene network
89Kogan Valeriasystems biology, networksCritical dynamics of gene networks is behind ageing and Gompertz law
90Kondratova Mariasystems biology, networksAtlas of Cancer Signaling Network: from intracellular networks to tumoral microenviroment
91Misko Vladislavsystems biology, networksThe construction of gene networks for Mycobacterium Tuberculosis by analyzing next-generation sequencing data
92Mitra Chanchalsystems biology, networksModelling the Metabolic Pathways
93Sergushichev Alexeysystems biology, networksGlobally connected networks of GEO transcriptional profiles reveal hypothesis generation and drug repurposing potential
94Shagimardanova Elenasystems biology, networksComparative metabolomic profiling of desiccation tolerant midge
95Cherkasov AlexandertranscriptomicsWhole genome analysis of variety and expression of heat-shock protein encoding genes during desiccation stress in an anhydrobiotic midge Polypedium vanderplanki
96Gazizova GuzeltranscriptomicsHow to escape from muscle atrophy: whole-genome analysis of gene expression in edible dormouse (Glis glis) during immobilization
97Kuznetsova SvetlanatranscriptomicsTranscriptomic of the leech Ozobranchus jantseanus
98Naumenko SergeytranscriptomicsBuilding the set of orthologous genes for 66 Gammaridae transcriptomes
99Nesmelov AlexandertranscriptomicsAntioxidant system of desiccation-tolerant insect Polypedilum vanderplanki
100Spitsina Anastasiatranscriptomics, algorithmsComputer tool for gene expression data processing and correlation analysis
101Garanina Irinatranscriptomics, splicingSplicing sites evolution in primates prefrontal cortex
102Speshilov Glebtranscriptomics, splicingComprehensive comparison of RNA-seq based methods for differential splicing analysis
103Vinogradov Dmitrytranscriptomics, splicingAlternative splicing in hepatocellular carcinoma
104Ivshina AnnaGenome wide survival prediction and network analysis stratifies breast cancers into three reproducible subclasses determined by novel genetic grading signatures
105Kashyn IvanComputer-Aided Identification of Small-Molecule HIV-1 Entry Inhibitors Mimicking Cellular Receptor CD4
106Kashyn IvanMolecular Dynamics Simulations to Identify the Binding Hot Spots of the HIV-1 Coat Protein GP41 and Broadly Neutralizing Antibody 10E8
107Kashyn IvanVirtual Screening of Novel Anti-HIV-1 Agents Based on a Broadly Neutralizing Antibody VRC01 and Evaluation of Their Potential Inhibitory Activity by Molecular Docking and Dynamics Simulations
108Kuznetsov VladimirQuantitative Structural Model for Prediction and Analysis of R-loop Forming Sequences in the Genomes
109Lopatina ElenaEvolution of Burkholderia spp.
110Mavropulo-Stoliarenko GrigoriyAtom subtypes present in protein structures: introducing dynamic atom similarity measure
111Minochkina AleksandraRational drug design of ligands for MD2/TLR4/CD14 signalling cascade as perspective adjuvants of anti-bacterial vaccines
112Predeus AlexandrGlobally connected networks of GEO transcriptional profiles reveal hypothesis generation and drug repurposing potential
113Zolotareva OlgaBioinformatics Analysis of Active Chromatin Allelic imbalance Across Genome: Testing Cerebral Neurons in Schizophrenia and Autism
114Ershova AnnaGATC avoidance in bacteria with DpnI/DpnII complementary R-M systems


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