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The 4th International Conference of D-Amino Acid Research (IDAR2019) will be held in Tokyo Midtown, Tokyo, Japan in this September.
The conference will cover all aspects of D-amino acids including free form and protein bound form and also the related compounds.
Cordially, we welcome you to join us this time.
Important dates are as follows:
Conference dateFSeptember 10 (Tuesday) through 13 (Friday), 2019.
Deadline for early bird registrationFJune 30 (Sun), 2019
Deadline for abstract submissionFJuly 10 (Wed), 2019

Please visit the following website.
Thank you for your consideration.
Kenji HAMASE, Ph.D.
Chair, IDAR2019
Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kyushu University

D-amino acid research WEB SITE by Dr. Pollegioni(Italy)

The final aim is to generate a scientific website built by the main researchers that are following the different topics related to the D-amino acid research field. Accordingly, Ifm asking you to participate in this by sending me texts/figures/references related to your research on D-amino acids, as well as notes and corrections to the published material. Ifll verify the content only to avoid the presence of unpolite and/or not scientifically sound statements.

Important: in order to cover further areas of interest, the present scheme of the website can be implemented with additional topics/pages following your suggestions and requirements. The present structure will be modified to account your contributions.

If you have any comments or questions, please contact Prof. Pollegioni.

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The 3rd International Conference of D-Amino Acid Research


  The D-Amino Acid Research Society was established in 2004. As of 2016, it has a membership of 300, composed of researchers whose subjects include chemistry, biochemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, molecular biology, enzymology, pharmacology and medicine, etc. The D-Amino Acid Research Society was the first in the world to focus solely on D-amino acid research.


  The aim of the D-Amino Acid Research Society is to promote the exchange of information, to stimulate discussion and collaboration among researchers, and to provide a forum and meetings for scientists covering all aspects of D-amino acid research.


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