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NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

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Lambda lunch update 3/2/99

#3/4/99:  Helen Wilson (D. Court lab) "The Secret Life of N"

3/4/99, 11:00 AM, Bldg. 6 Rm. 407:  Carlos  Catalano, School of Pharmacy,
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, "Nucleoprotein Complexes
Involved in Viral DNA Packaging"

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

3/12/99:  March 12 (Friday) noon, Jon Gallant, "Ribosome Slipping and
Sliding" 4th Floor Library, Building 6B.

3/17/99:  Stan Falkow (Wednesday afternoon lecture)

#3/18/99:  Karen Wassarman (6S RNA)

#3/25/99:  Victor Zhurkin and Igor Panyutin (Radioprobing of RNA polymerase
elongation complex)

#4/8/99:  Jack Greenblatt (Regulation of transcription termination and
antitermination by E. coli NusA and the lambda N protein)

4/9/99:  Jack Greenblatt, 4th Floor Library, Bldg 6B:  "Regulation of
transcription by an RNA polymerase II CTD phosphatase"

#4/15/99:  Amos Oppenheim

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

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