Revisit Key Themes From ISEV2021: Coverage by Izon Science

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ISEV 2021 presentation as given by Priscila Dauros-Singorenko (PhD)
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As the Izon team gears up for this year’s ISEV Annual Meeting, we look back on #ISEV2021

1) The importance of zeta potential in EV research

In a virtual symposium, scientific content writer and EV researcher Priscila Dauros-Singorenko (PhD) discussed zeta potential in the context of EV research  

Watch here: Extracellular Vesicles and Zeta Potential | ISEV 2021 talk - YouTube or read a summary of the presentation.

2) Want to jog your memory?

Key themes of ISEV 2021 are listed here

3) In the first plenary session, Andrew Hill of La Trobe University explored EVs and their role in neurodegenerative diseases, with a particular focus on prion diseases.

Read more: Extracellular Vesicles as Propagators of Misfolded Proteins in Neurodegenerative Disease

4) Chantal Boulanger of INSERM gave the second plenary talk, focused on EVs in relation to arterial contraction and myocardial infarction.  

Read more: The Role of Extracellular Vesicles in Cardiovascular Disease

5) Bacteria-derived EVs and their dynamics in the gut and potential as drug delivery vehicles featured in the third plenary talk by Simon Carding, University of East Anglia.  

Read more: Bacterial EVs, Cross-Talk and Mucosal Drug Delivery

6) To learn all about tetraspanin sorting, endosomal membrane tension and ILV formation, be sure to check out the work of the fourth plenary speaker Jean Gruenberg, from the University of Geneva.

Read more: Exploring Multivesicular Endosome Biogenesis and ILV Formation (izon.com)

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