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NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

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Lambda lunch update 2/9/99

2/10/99:  Mark Ptashne (Imposing specificity by localization:  mechanism

evolvability) NIH Dir's WAL/Genetics Int Group Lecture. 3:00, Masur

#2/11/99:  Jorge Membrillo-Hernandez (Hmp, a flavohaemoglobin involved in

the oxidative stress response in E. coli)

2/23/99, 12:00 noon, Bldg 37 Room 1A-17:  Dr. Benedicte Michel, CNRS,

"The role of homologous recombination during the replication of bacterial


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

the TRAP or How Bacillus subtilis Reinvented the Wheel)

#3/11/99:  Joe Peters (N. Craig lab)

3/12/99:  March 12 (Friday) noon, Jon Gallant, "Ribosome Slipping and

Sliding" 4th Floor Library, Building 6B.

#4/8/99:  Jack Greenblatt (Regulation of transcription termination and

antitermination by E. coli NusA and the lambda N protein)

4/9/99:  Jack Greenblatt, 4th Floor Library, Bldg 6B:  "Regulation of

transcription by an RNA polymerase II CTD phosphatase"

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

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