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Abstracts will be accepted until 3:00 p.m. (CDT) on Monday, September 30, 2019. All abstracts received during this period will be treated equally, regardless of submission time.
Late Breaking Abstracts - (considered for Oral Presentation only) will be accepted until 3:00 p.m. (CDT), on Tuesday, December 10, 2019. All abstracts received during this period will be treated equally, regardless of submission time.
Abstract title, authors (bold presenting author) and author affiliations must be listed at the top of your abstract. See example at the bottom of this page.
Abstracts selected for presentation will be published in the AGBT Meeting Program Book.
Abstracts submitted by Monday, September 30, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. (CDT) will be notified of their acceptance or denial by Tuesday, November 19, 2019. If you have not received notification by November 19, 2019, please e-mail Nix Conference & Meeting Management at email@example.com.
Late Breaking Abstracts - Late Breaking submitters will be notified of their abstract acceptance or denial by Tuesday, January 7, 2020. If you have not received notification by January 7, 2020, please email Nix Conference & Meeting Management at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that due to the growth in abstract submissions, we do not guarantee that all submitted abstracts will be selected for presentation.
Title of Abstract
Sarah Smith1, Pat West2, Laura Johnson3
Catullus in California Monterey Cannery Row, fetor, stridorem, qualitatem lucis tonum habitum desiderio intellexit quod esset somnium. Cannery ordo congregati et dispersi sunt, et rubigo, et stannum, et ferrum, lignum et ficum, et concisa et in alga, opus sortem et junk in tumulos, sardini canneries de CONRUGIS ferrum, Tonks, restaurants, et domum meretricis, et minus frequenti groceries, et laboratories et flop domos. Et habitatores ejus sunt quasi vir quondam, meretricum lenonumque flagitia, aleatores, lunamque et filii, quibus quisque vellet. Aspiciunt ac si per alium puteum potuisse aspexit: et sanctorum martyrum et sanctorum angelorum et hominum, et tamen hoc intelligitur.