Abstracts should be prepared in Word format (Arial, with 10 pt characters) and sent online through the Meeting website (SUBMIT). The deadline for abstract submission will be March 15th at 23:59h.
Authors must submit the abstracts in English providing the following information:
Title: should be in bold. Max. 200 characters (incluiding spaces).
Author(s): include the complete names of all authors, i. e. James S. Wright, Geoffrey E. Grant. The name of the presenting author should be underlined.
Affiliation: List of institutions that participate in the study indicating the affiliation of each author.
Abstract text (incl. references): max 3500 characters (including spaces). Abstracts should include only text (figures, images and formulas are not allowed) and should describe the objectives, results and conclusions.
References should be cited in the text by number in parentheses only and in order of appearance. The examples provided below should be followed.
Lopez JJ, Albarrán L, Jardín I, Sanchez-Collado J, Redondo PC, Bermejo N, Bobe R, Smani T, Rosado JA. (2018) Filamin A modulates store-operated Ca2+ entry by regulating STIM1-Orai1 association in human platelets. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 38(2): 386-397.
Jardin I, Diez-Bello R, Lopez JJ, Redondo PC, Salido GM, Smani T, Rosado JA. (2018) TRPC6 channels are required for proliferation, migration and invasion of breast cancer cell lines by modulation of Orai1 and Orai3 surface exposure. Cancers (Basel). 10(9): 331.
Schindl R, Fahrner M, Muik M, Romanin R. (2012) The STIM-Orai pathway. The interactions between STIM1 and Orai1. In: Store-operated Ca2+ entry (SOCE) pathways, ed. Groschner K, Graier W, Romanin R, pp. 45-56. Springer, New York.
Keywords: should include at least five keywords separated by semicolons.
Acknowledgements: Authors might acknowledge the funding bodies and the individuals who provided help during the research.
There is no limit for the number of abstracts that a researcher can sign as an author; however, an author can only present a maximum of two communications.
To be accepted, at least one of the authors of the communication must be registered in the Meeting.