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The International Symposium of Pharmacology-The 3rd Mainland, Taiwan and Hongkong Symposium of Pharmacology

Chinese Pharmacological Society, Pharmaceutical Society of Liaoning Province and Hongkong Pharmacological Society with Shenyang Pharmaceutical University and China Medical University are pleased to present:

The International Symposium of Pharmacology-The 3rd Mainland, Taiwan and Hongkong Symposium of Pharmacology

Sep 25th- 27th, 2010, Shenyang, China

The First Notice

The International Symposium of Pharmacology, held biennially, is regarded as one of the best conferences in China for international scientists in pharmacology. This Symposium brings together leading scientists in pharmacology throughout the world from China including the mainland, Taiwan and Hongkong; Japan; South Korea and Singapore to present and discuss the current pharmacological researches and explore the potential developing trends and frontier of pharmacology. The mission of this Symposium is to bridge interactions, collaborations, and friendship among scientists worldwide. We are encouraging an atmosphere of open debate and cross-fertilization of ideas and hope that the conference will stimulate further development of the field with the ultimate goal of revealing the nature of diseases and discovering new potential drugs for therapeutic treatment for patients.

The Symposium is supported by Chinese Pharmacological Society, Pharmaceutical Society of Liaoning Province and Hongkong Pharmacological Society and sponsored by Shenyang Pharmaceutical University and China Medical University. The Symposium 2010 will be held in Shenyang, Liaoning Province, from September 25th, 2010 - September 27th, 2010.

VENUE: Shenyang, Liaoning Province (the detailed place will be determined in the Second Notice).

LANGUAGE: English

Registration

Registration fees:

Undergraduate Student: RMB500 (with the presentation of Student ID Card)

Academic: RMB900

Your registration to the Symposium will cover:

* -Access to all sessions

* -Admission to the poster sessions

* -Abstract book

Registration fee does not include meals, lodging or transportation

If you have questions regarding registration, please contact us by E-mail: zhongyaoyaoli@gmail.com

SUBMISSION

We invite and encourage the submission of abstracts and posters from interested scientists. The organizers will invite a small number of these submitted materials to make an oral presentation.

Scientific topic:

Neuropsychopharmacology, pharmacology of cancer, pharmacology of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, pharmacokinetics, clinic pharmacology, anti-inflammatory immunology, pharmacology of antibiotics, pharmacology of traditional Chinese medicine and other related fields.

Abstract Submission Requirements:

(1) All the submitted materials will be formatted for uniformity in print.

(2) Please follow the guidelines in the submission of your abstract.

A. Prepare your abstract in Microsoft Word.

B. Abstract should not exceed 500 words including Title, Aim, Methods, Results and Conclusion with single-spaced in 12-point Times New Roman formatted in A4 paper. Please download the sample abstract document, which you can refer to.

C. The abstract narrative must be clear and concise, and checked for correctness of spelling and grammar in advance of submission.

(3) The requirements of the poster preparation will be determined at the Second Notice of the Symposium.

(4) Abstract should be submitted together with the electronic version of attendee’s ID Card.

(5) Each attendee is required to submit only one Abstract with the attendee’s name in the first author

(6) The Committee of the Symposium will award young scientists (including teachers and undergraduates under the age of thirty-five indentified by ID Card) for their outstanding papers during the Symposiumplease return the subscription with the confirmation.

(7) Abstracts should be e-mailed as an attachment to zhongyaoyaoli@gmail.com no later than May 31st, 2010.

ACCOMMODATION:

The Committee of the Symposium is responsible for the unified arrangements of lodging and meals, with these payments by the attendees themselves.

The International Symposium of Pharmacology-The 3rd Mainland, Taiwan and Hongkong Symposium of Pharmacology

Subscription

Please fill in the subscription of the Symposium and e-mail to Ms Hong Zhang (See Contact us below) no later than Jun 1st, 2010 for proper arrangement.

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Sample Abstract:

Effects of oxytocin on methamphetamine-induced conditioned place preference and the possible role of glutamatergic neurotransmission in the medial prefrontal cortex of mice in reinstatement.

Jia Qia, Jing-Yu Yanga, Fang Wanga, Ya-Nan Zhaoa, Ming Songb and Chun-Fu Wua,*,

aDepartment of Pharmacology, Life Science and Biopharmaceutics School, Shenyang Pharmaceutical University, Shenyang 110016, China

bLiaoning Institute of Crime Detectives, Shenyang 110032, China

Aim: To investigate the effects of oxytocin (OT), a neurohypophyseal neuropeptide, on the conditioned place preference (CPP) induced by methamphetamine (MAP) in mice and the possible role of glutamatergic neurotransmission in the reinstatement of CPP. Methods: CPP model was established by MAP administration (2.0 mg/kg, i.p.). Extracellular glutamate (Glu) levels in the medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) were determined using microdialysis coupled to a high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) with a fluorescence detection system. Results: The results showed that OT (0.1, 0.5, 2.5 μg, i.c.v.) significantly inhibited the acquisition and facilitated the extinction of MAP-induced CPP and abolished the reinstatement of CPP induced by restraint stress. This effect of OT could be attenuated by atosiban (Ato, 2.0 μg, i.c.v.), a selective OT-receptor antagonist. OT failed to block the expression and the reinstatement of CPP induced by MAP challenge. Furthermore, OT markedly inhibited Glu levels induced by restraint stress in CPP mice, but not those induced by MAP priming. Ato also attenuated the effects of OT on the changes in Glu levels. Conclusion: These findings suggest that OT inhibits drug reward-related behaviors induced by MAP via the OT receptor, and OT blocks the reinstatement of CPP, at least partially, by interfering with the glutamatergic system in the mPFC.

Keywords: Methamphetamine; Oxytocin; Conditioned place preference; Microdialysis; Glutamate; Medial prefrontal cortex

* Corresponding author, chunfuw@gmail.com

First notice of The International Symposium of Pharmacology-The 3rd Mainland, Taiwan and Hongkong Symposium of Pharmacology.doc

Chinese Pharmacological Society/Pharmaceutical Society of Liaoning Province

/Hongkong Pharmacological Society

Feb 2010




 
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