Electron microscope picture of the Lambda bacteriophage.
 On the left is an icosahedral head and extending to the
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NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

An NIH Special Interest Group.

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Lambda Lunch update, 1/26/00

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

1/27/00, 12:30 PM:  NCI-LB Seminar. Invasion and Spread of an Alpha
Herpesvirus in the Mammalian nervous System Speaker: Dr Lynn Enquist,
Princeton U. Bg 37, Rm 4E06. (Info: 301-496-5226).

The LB-NCI seminar by Lynn Enquist (Princeton University): Invasion and
Spread of an Alpha Herpesvirus in the Mammalian nervous System 1/27/00,
12:30 PM will be given in Bldg 36 Room 1B13 (in the Western side of the
usual lambda lunch seminar room), NOT (as previously listed) in Bldg 37.

Lambda lunchers should take advantage of the added convenience to hear about
this beautiful and important work by an ex-lambdologist.
Michael Yarmolinsky             tel. 301-496-5226
Lab of Biochemistry, NCI        fax. 301-402-3095
Bldg 37, 4D-15
37 Convent Drive
Bethesda, MD 20892-4255

1/28/00  10:00 AM NIDCR-OIIB Seminar. Structure and Function of
Bacterial Biofilms. Speaker: Zbigniew Lewandowski, Montana State U. Bg
30, Rm 117. (Info: 301-496-1497).

2/1/00, 8:30 AM NCI-DCS Seminar. Mutator Genes, Genome instability, and
Cancer Susceptibility. Speaker: Dr Richard D Kolodner, U Calif San
Diego. Bg 10, Lipsett. (Info: 301-984-7191).

2/1/00 3:30 PM, 36/1B13:  Richard Burgess  "The binding of E. coli
sigma factor to the beta prime subunit of core RNA polymerase; new
methods for mapping protein-protein interaction domains"

2/2/00 2:00 PM, NICHD-LEGR Seminar. The Role Played by rRNA in
Translation. Speaker: Dr Rachel Green, JHU SOM. Bg 6, Rm 4A05. (Info:

#2/3/00:  Francis Repoila

#2/10/00:  Saul Datwyler (Claude Meares' lab):  "Targeted Protein
Footprinting: Where Different Transcription Factors Bind to RNA

2/11/00, 2:00 PM:  NICHD-LMG Seminar. Structural Model of Transcription
Elongation Complex. Speaker: Dr Arkady Mustaev, Public Health Res Inst.
Bg 6B, Rm 429 . (Info: 301-496-4082)

2/15/00:  4:00 PM, Bldg 6B library.  Robert Washburn (Dan Gentry's
lab): "The role of transcription termination factor Rho in
Staphylococcus aureus and bacteriophage phi11"

#2/17/00:  Richard Lease (Marlene Belfort's lab)"A trans-acting RNA as
a control switch in E. coli: DsrA RNA modulates function by forming
alternative structures."

#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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