NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

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Lambda lunch update, 7/14/98

7/15/98, Wednesday, 12:15 pm, Building 37, Room 4E06:  The
Mode-of-Action of Tagetitoxin, an RNA Polymerase Inhibitor;
Speaker:  Dr. John Lydon, USDA

#7/16/98:  Ranjan Sen (Inactivation of RNA polymerase at the
promoter and control of transcription initiation)

7/21/98, 12:00 PM:  NIAMS-LPB Seminar.  Bacterial Sensing of
Sweet and Sour:  Chemotactic Signaling in E Coli Probed by Caged
Aminoacids.  Speaker:  Dr Ravi Jasuja, Albert Einstein Coll of
Med. Bg 6, Rm 407.  (Info:  301-496-5097).

#7/23/98:  Agniesz Szalewska-Palasz (Regulation of lambda DNA
replication by transcriptional activation of ori-lambda)

#7/30/98:  Yoshihiro (Pat) Nakatani

#8/13/98:  Eugene Koonin (Comparison of complete genomes and
evolutionary scenarios)

#8/20/98:  Rachel Green (The role played by 23S rRNA in
ribosome-catalyzed peptidyl transferase)

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

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