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

NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

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Lambda Lunch update, 12/7/99

12/8/99:  Lambda Lunch gala in Frederick.


     9:30, Max Gottesman:  Phage HK022 Nun protein anchors RNAP to

    10:15, Karen Wasserman:  The 6S RNA modulates RNA polymerase
    activity during stationary phase.

    11:00,  Don Court:  Gene modification in cloning in vivo- a new

    11:45, Lunch:  Buy food in Cafeteria, Bldg. 549, we will eat in
    private room attached to cafeteria.

     1:30, Jeff Roberts:  Sigma acts after intiation:  Its function in
     lambda Q-mediated antitermination.

     2:15, Asis Das: Mechanism of transcription antitermination.

Asis will not be able to come;  Sue Wickner will speak
(Clp/RpoS degradation)

     3:00, Break

     3:20, Marty Gonzalez:  Subunit-specific degradation of the
     UmuD/D'  heterodimer:  The role of the ClpXP protease.

     4:00, Sankar Adhya:  Asynchronous multistep basepair openings in
     transcription initiation.

#12/9/99:  NO LAMBDA LUNCH

12/12/99:  3:00 PM Phage-Tech Int Group Video Conference. Bacteriophage
Lambda Transgenic Mice. Speaker: Dr Susan Garges, NCI. Bg 45, Rm H. On
Mbone, videocast.nih.gov, and teleconferencing possible. (Info:

12/13/99, 12 PM, 10/9S235:  Sue Lovett (Brandeis) "Exonucleases in DNA
repair and mutation avoidance".

#12/16/99:  Max Soukhodolets:  The transcriptional function and
catalytic mechanism of repA, an E. coli RNA polymerase swi/snf


#1/13/00:  Debbie Hinton

#1/20/00:  Orna Resnekov

#1/27/00:  Jan Fassler (University of Iowa):  A branched
"two-component" phosphorelay pathway that coordinates osmotic and
oxidative stress responses in S. cerevisiae.

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

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