Russian Journal of Developmental Biology, Vol. 31, No. 4. 2000, pp. 212-232. Translated from Ontogenez, VoL 31, No. 4. 2000, pp. 259--283. Original Russian Text Copyright 9 2000. Abstracts of Papers Endogenous Connections in Morphogenesis and RegenerationmIntegrating and Control Systems: Theory and Practice Moscow, December 1-2, 1999 The scientific conference Endogenous Connec- concentrations of p-aminobenzoic acid and new adhe- tions in Morphogenesis and Regeneration--Integrating sion proteins of the cell microenvironrnent (belonging and Control Systems: Theory and Practice dedicated to to the class of low-molecular-weight glycoproteins) in the 275th anniversary of the Russian Academy of Sci- the control and stimulation of normal development, ences was conducted in early December, 1999, at the regeneration, and defense. A series of papers was con- Kol'tsov Institute of Developmental Biology, Russian cerned with the development of new wide-action spec- Academy of Sciences. The conference was organized trum drugs based on PABA and the adhesion proteins. by the Laboratory of Cell Differentiation. Studies conducted by two independent groups of this labora- The conference was financially supported by the tory and cooperating scientists and physicians from Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project no. 99- other institutions were presented. They were con- 04-580-58 and ENDO-FARM-A. cerned with
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