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

An NIH Special Interest Group.

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Lambda Lunch update, 2/8/00

#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, 12:30 PM DNA Repair Int Group Video Conference. Two E coli
mismatch repair enzymes, DNA helicase II and MutL, Interact to Catalyze
Efficient Unwinding of Duplex DNAr. Locations: Bg 45, Rm H; GRC, Rm
1E03, Baltimore; RTP, Bg 101, Rm B200, NC (origin); FCRDC, Bg 549, Conf
Rm A, Frederick; SUNY, NY; MD Anderson, TX , Lawrence Livermore Labs,
CA; U of Michigan, Ann Arbor; and Uif Kentucky, Lexington. Available on
Mbone (NIH only) and at <. Speaker: Dr Steve
Matson, UNC. (Info: 919-541-2644).

2/15/00, 4:00 PM, Bldg 6B, Rm 429.  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."

2/23/00, 10 AM, Bldg 32T11 Conference Room:  Seong-Eon Ryu (Korea
Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Taejon, South
Korea) "Structural mechanisms of the cellular redox regulation:
Crystal structures of hORF6 peroxiredoxin and OxyR transcription

3/31/00, 2:00 PM:  Konstantin Severinov.  Bldg 6B, Rm 429

#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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