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NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

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Lambda lunch update 4/27/99

#4/29/99:  Review of Beckwith & Heat Shock meetings.

4/29/99:  2:00 PM NICHD-SDRRM Seminar. Bacterial RecA and Human Rad51:
Structural Similarities, Functional Differences Speaker: Dr Kendall
Knight, UMass Med Sch, Massachusetts. Bg 6, Rm 4A05. (Info:

5/4/99:  2:00 PM NCI-LCB Seminar. Bypassing the Periplasm: Biochemistry
of AcrAB Mutidrug Efflux Pump of E. Coli. Speaker: Dr Hiroshi Nikaido ,
U of Calif, Berkeley. Bg 37, Rm 1A19. (Info: 301-402-4178).


5/7/99:  12:00 PM NIAMS-LSBR Seminar. Passing a Camel through the Eye
of a Needle: Assembly of Bacterial Autotransporters. Speaker: Dr Ian
Henderson, U of MD SOM. Bg 6, Rm407. (Info: 301-496-0132).

#5/13/99:  Dhruba Chattoraj "Origin as a negative regulator of P1
plasmid replication"

#5/20/99:  Hiroshi Nakai (Georgetown)

#5/27/99:  Pieter Postma (University of Amsterdam) "Regulation of
carbohydrate metabolism in enteric bacteria".

#6/10/99:  Russell Digate (UMBC/Sch of Pharmacy) "Structure and
mechanistic studies of E. coli type I topoisomerases"

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

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