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NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings


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Lambda lunch update, 1/12/99



1/12/99 TODAY (Bldg 6B, Rm 429, 4:00 PM):  Yuri Voziyanov:  'Springs and latches' of the recombination reaction:  an attempt to understand the driving forces of the Integrase type recombination.


#1/14/99:  Marty Gonzalez (The role of proteolysis in regulation of the E. coli SOS mutagenic response) NB:  LAMBDA LUNCH WILL BE IN BLDG 37, RM 6B25, THIS DAY ONLY.


1/15/99, 1:00 PM:  NIDDK-LCBB Seminar. Structural Studies of E. Coli RNA Polymerase.  Speaker: Dr Seth Darst, Rockefeller U. Bg 6A, Rm 4A05. (Info:  301-594-0842).


#1/21/99:  Ming Zheng (tentative)


#1/28/99:  Andreas Matouschek (Mechanics of protein folding and transport across membranes)


#2/4/99:  Anca Segall


#2/11/99:  Jorge Membrillo-Hernandez (Hmp, a flavohaemoglobin involved in the oxidative stress response in E. coli)


#2/25/99:  Paul Babitzke (Regulation of Tryptophan Biosynthesis:  Trp-ing the TRAP or How Bacillus subtilis Reinvented the Wheel)


#3/11/99:  Joe Peters (N. Craig lab)




#Regular lambda lunch at 11 AM in Bldg 36, Rm 1B13.



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