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Apr. 04, 2017

Weekly Seminar
Professor Wolfgang Schneider

Medical University and Biocenter Vienna
Place: 
Biochemistry Seminar Room 231
Time: 
12:00
From Avian Ovarian Biology to Human Disease
The low-density-lipoprotein receptor (LDLR) is the key player in a complex regulatory pathway for maintaining cholesterol homeostasis. Dysfunctions of the LDLR pathway lead... more »
Apr. 07, 2017

Professor Catherine Day

Place: 
Biochemistry Seminar Room 231
Time: 
12:00 — 13:00
Signalling across membranes – clustering matters!
Phase separation of signaling molecules promotes T cell receptor signal transduction., Su et al., (2016) Science 352, 595 A DNA-Based T Cell Receptor... more »
Apr. 07, 2017

Journal Club
Johannes Weijman

Place: 
Biochemistry Seminar Room 231
Time: 
12:00 — 13:00
Molecular Robots
Micrometer-sized molecular robot changes its shape in response to signal molecules. Sato et al. (2017). Science Robotics. 2. eaal3735
Apr. 11, 2017

PhD Seminar
Danielle Maddock

Biochemistry Department, University of Otago
Place: 
Biochemistry Seminar Room 231
Time: 
12:00
TBA
Apr. 28, 2017

Peter Dearden

Place: 
Biochemistry Seminar Room 231
Time: 
12:00 — 13:00
Remembering to turn the genes off
Coleman, T., Struhl, G., (2017). Causal role for inheritance of H3K27me3 in maintaining the OFF state of a Drosophila HOX gene. Science... more »
Apr. 28, 2017

Journal Club
Tom Wiggins

Place: 
Biochemistry Seminar Room 231
Time: 
12:00 — 13:00
A How-to Guide on Surviving Anoxic Environments
Park, T., et al. (2017). Fructose-driven glycolysis supports anoxia resistance in Naked Mole-rat, Science 356, (6335) pp307-311