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
ribs.

NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings


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Lambda lunch update, 12/1/98



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     The Wednesday Afternoon Lecturer vote came out as follows:


                        ________________Number of
Votes_______________

                Rank:   First           Second          Third           Fourth


George Church           1               0               1               1

Nick Cozzarelli 1               0               1               2

Julian Davies           0               0               1               2

Richard Ebright 4               2               1               2

Brett Finlay            0               0               1               2

Alan Grossman           3               4               3               3

Ron Kaback              0               0               1               0

Arthur Kornberg 3               3               1               2

Josh Lederberg  2               1               3               1

Rich Losick             4               5               3               2

Norm Pace               3               1               2               2

Dan Portnoy             0               0               0               1

John Roth               2               5               5               1

Lucy Shapiro            4               6               2               3

Frank Stahl             1               2               3               3

Norton Zinder           1               0               1               2


        Lucy Shapiro is the winner, followed by Rich Losick.  Psephologists can
argue about who is ranked third and fourth.


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#12/3/98:  Saul Roseman (Catabolism of Chitin and its

Disaccharide in a Marine Vibrio and in Escherichia coli)


12/3/98 (Bldg 6, Room 409; 4:30 PM):  Carol Gross

     (N.B.:  THE SEMINAR WILL BE IN THE OLD SECTION OF THE BLDG

6ABC COMPLEX)


12/4/98:  (Building 32TII conference room, 12 noon) Tom

O'Halloran, "Eukaryotic Copper Chaperone Proteins:  Insights into

Intracellular Copper Availability"


12/4/98:  12:00 PM

            NIAMS-LSBR Seminar. X-ray Crystallographic Studies of DNA

            Polymerase Function. Speaker: Prof Lorena S Beese, Duke U.
Bg

            6, Rm 407. (Info: 301-402-4574).


12/8/98 (Bldg 6B, Room 429 at 4 PM):  Michelle Hanna (Fishing for

Factors:  Pulling Ancillary Transcription Proteins from Crude

Extracts)


#12/10/98:  Dan Camerini-Otero


12/11/98 (Bldg 6B, Room 429 at 12 PM):  Jeff Roberts (Intrinsic

termination in bacteria, and its interruption by an

antiterminator.)


#1/28/99:  Andreas Matouschek (Mechanics of protein folding and

transport across membranes)


#2/25/99:  Paul Babitzke (Regulation of Tryptophan Biosynthesis:

Trp-ing the TRAP or How Bacillus subtilis Reinvented the Wheel)



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



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