NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

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Lambda lunch update, 11/3/98

#11/5/98:  Review of termination and small genome meetings.

          11:00 AM
            NHGRI-GTB Seminar. Control of Gene Activity via Tetracyclins:
            Novel Components Open Up New Approaches. Speaker: Dr
            Hermann Bujard, U of Heidelberg. Bg 49, Rm 1A/B. (Info:

          2:00 PM
            NLM-NCBI Seminar. Detecting Anomalous Genes in Bacterial
            Genomes, Including Alien Genes, Highly Expressed Genes, and
            Pathogenicity Islands. Speaker: Dr Samuel Karlin, Stanford U. Bg
            38A, 8th Fl Conf Rm. (Info: 301-496-2475).

11/6/98:  10:00 AM
            NLM-NCBI Seminar. A Chimeric Prokaryotic Ancestry for
            Mitochondria and Primitive Eukaryotes. Speaker: Dr Samuel Karlin,
            Stanford U. Bg 38A, 8th Fl Conf Rm. (Info: 301-496-2475).

11/9/98:  3:00 PM
              Major Event. NIH Dir's WAL/Stetten Museum/NHGRI Hist of
            Genetics Lecture. From the Double Helix to the Human Genome
            Project. Speaker: Dr James D Watson, Pres Cold Spring Harbor
            Lab . Bg 10, Masur. (Info: 301-594-5595).

#11/12/98:  Howard Nash (Flies)

#11/19/98:  Bruce Demple (Fighting Back Against Radicals:
Redox-Regulated Gene Expression)

12/2/98 (tentative):  Carol Gross

#12/3/98:  Saul Roseman

12/4/98:  Tom O'Halloran (MerR, Fur)

#12/10/98:  Dan Camerini-Otero

12/11/98 (Bldg 6B, Room 429 at 12 PM):  Jeff Roberts (Intrinsic
termination in bacteria, and its interruption by an

1/21/99:  Jorge Membrillo-Hernandez (Hmp, a Flavohaemoglobin
involved in the oxidative stress response in E. coli)

#1/29/99:  Andreas Matouschek (Mechanics of protein folding and
transport across membranes)

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