Electron microscope picture of the Lambda bacteriophage.
 On the left is an icosahedral head and extending to the
right is a ribbed tail that comes a point in the last 6
ribs.

NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

An NIH Special Interest Group.


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Lambda Lunch update, 4/4/00

4/4/00:  8:00 AM NIDCR Symposium. Microbial Functional Genomics.  Bg
45, Rm E1/2. (Info: 301-594-2421).
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4/5/00:  Lucy Shapiro, Mazur, 3:00 PM:  "PROTEIN LOCALIZATION AND CELL
DIFFERENTIATION DURING THE CELL CYCLE"

#4/6/00:  Mark Geanocopoulos
"Structure based genetic analysis of the Gal repressosome."

4/7/00:  12:00 PM NIAMS-LSBR Seminar. Bacteriophage T4 as an Infection
Machine. Speaker: Dr Vadim Mesyanzhinov, Shemyakin-Ovchinnikov Inst of
Bioorganic Chem. Bg 6, Rm 407. (Info: 301-496-0132).

4/8/00: 12:00 PM OSE Seminar.
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The Truth Behind the Legend. Speaker: Dr Paul Sledzik, AIFP. Bg 10,
Lipsett. (Info: 301-587-3827).

#4/13/00: Joel Hoskins:  Substrate recognition and unfolding by ClpA
and degradation by ClpAP.

4/13/00, 12;30 PM: LB Seminar in Bldg 37 Room 4E-08 by Sergei Sukharev
(University of MD, College Park) "Force perception by a protein:
Operation of large stretch-activated channel in E. coli." (for
information contact M. Yarmolinsky)

#4/20/00:  Harris Bernstein

#4/27/00: Alan Hinnebusch

#6/1/00:  Mitch Singer, Section of Microbiology, University of
California, Davis:  "Control of the early developmental gene expression
in Myxococcus xanthus".

#6/8/00:  Phil Youderian, "Slow growth is better than no growth:
genetics of gram negative transmission from host to host."

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

To schedule seminars, contact Susan Gottesman (susang@helix.nih.gov) or
Bob Weisberg (rweisberg@nih.gov).

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