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NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

An NIH Special Interest Group.

Date:         Wed, 7 Apr 2004 10:06:25 -0400
From: Susan Gottesman 
Subject:      Lambda Lunch Update

Lambda Lunch Update, 4/6/04:

4/8, 9:30, 37/6107:  Jay Lesley, Columbia University "Extracellular
Signal Detection by PhoQ - A Transmembrane Histidine Kinase from
Escherichia coli" (Carey Waldburger lab)

4/8*:  Cari Vanderpool "The role of a novel transcriptional regulator
and small RNA in the response to phosphosugar stress"

4/13, 4 pm in Bld 50, Rm 2328.  Craig Roy (Yale University School of
Medicine) "Legionella Type IV Secretion:  Molecular and Immunological
Studies"  Contact Julie G. Donaldson (301-402-2907) for information.

4/15*:  Tracy Nixon (Sankar Adhya) "Alternate Mechanisms for
Regulating the Assembly of AAA+ ATPase Transcriptional Activators by
Two Component Signal Transduction"

4/22*:  Bob Martin "Co-option of the DNA-Contact Site of the a
Carboxy-Terminal Domain of RNA Polymerase by the Transcriptional
Activator, MarA"

5/20*:  Reed Wickner "More Yeast Prions"

6/14, 9:30 AM, Bldg 6, Rm 4A05:  Caroline Kane (Berkeley) "Regulating
the phosphorylation of RNA polymerase II in yeast"

7/8*:  Brian James Paul (Sankar Adhya)

8/19*:  David Grainger (Bob Martin)

*Regular lambda lunch at 11:00 AM in Bldg 37, Rm 6107/6041. To
schedule seminars, contact Susan Gottesman
(susang@helix.nih.gov) or Bob Weisberg
(rweisberg@nih.gov). To meet with an outside speaker,
contact the person whose name is in parentheses.

You can join the mailing list in the following ways.  If you're at
NIH, send the following message from the computer where you usually
LAMBDA_LUNCH-L your name. Replace "your name" by your first and last
names; or go to http://list.nih.gov/, browse the lists to find
Lambda_Lunch-L, and follow the instructions to join.  If you're not
at NIH, contact Bob Weisberg.

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