Electron microscope picture of the Lambda bacteriophage.
 On the left is an icosahedral head and extending to the
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NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

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Lambda Lunch update, 11/30/99

12/1/99, 1 PM: Andrew Travers, "Regulatory interactions between Fis,
GyrA/B and the tyrT promoter", 4th floor library of building 6B (room

#12/2/99:  Nadim Majdalani:  Functional Small RNAs: DsrA and RprA as
regulators of RpoS and RpoS-lacZ translation.

12/8/99:  Lambda Lunch gala in Frederick.

     Tentative Schedule and titles:

     9:30, Max Gottesman:  Phage HK022 Nun protein anchors RNAP to DNA

    10:15, Karen Wasserman:  6S RNA

    11:00  Don Court:  Gene modification in cloning in vivo- a new

Lunch:  11:45

      1:30, Jeff Roberts:  Sigma acts after intiation:  Its function in
      lambda Q-mediated antitermination

      2:15, Asis Das: Mechanism of transcription antitermination.

Break: 3:00- 3:15

      3:20, Marty Gonzalez


Date:         Tue, 30 Nov 1999 14:10:51 -0500
From: Susan Gottesman 
Subject:      Gala

Here is the schedule for the lambda lunch gala next Wednesday in
Frederick.  We will be organizing a dinner with the speakers coming
from out-of-town for Tuesday evening, in Bethesda.  Please let me
know no later than Friday if you are interested in joining us.  Place
to be determined (suggestions?); probably around 7:00 pm.

Lambda Lunch Gala
Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1999         9:30 AM-4:45 PM
Frederick Cancer Research Center, Bldg. 549

9:30: Max Gottesman
Phage HK022 Nun protein anchors RNAP to DNA

10:15: Karen Wassarman
        The 6S RNA modulates RNA polymerase activity during stationary phase

11: 00: Don Court
Gene modification in cloning in vivo- a new technology.

Lunch:  11:45
        Buy food in Cafeteria, Bldg. 549, we will eat in private room
attached to cafeteria

1:30: Jeff Roberts
        Sigma acts after intiation:  Its function in lambda
Q-mediated antitermination

2:15: Asis Das
Mechanism of transcription antitermination.

Break: 3:00- 3:15

3:20:  Marty Gonzalez
        Subunit-specific degradation of the UmuD/D'  heterodimer:
The role of the ClpXP protease

4:00: Sankar Adhya
        Asynchronous multistep basepair openings in transcription initiation

Talks: 30' with 10' for discussion

Maps and driving instructions to Frederick:
        Look for Bldg. 549 (library and cafeteria), off Sultan Rd.
Parking in lot next to building.


#1/13/00:  Debbie Hinton

#1/20/00:  Orna Resnekov

#1/27/00:  Jan Fassler (University of Iowa):  A branched
"two-component" phosphorelay pathway that coordinates osmotic and
oxidative stress responses in S. cerevisiae.

#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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