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Ribonuclease meeting


6th International Meeting on Ribonucleases Pancreatic ribonuclease, the focus of highly productive scientific research for more than a half a century is the only enzyme to be the basis for four Nobel prizes. There is now resurgence in interest in this superfamily since members have functions ranging from tumour growth and inhibition to self -recognition and neurotoxicity .

The proposed 6th International meeting on ribonucleases aims at gathering scientists from various parts of the World with an aim to stimulate interest, provide an overview, and discuss the future prospects into research on ribonucleases. In this context, we are grateful to the organisers of previous five international meetings on this topic (held every three years in different parts of the World) who share our convictions on ribonucleases.


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