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Research Seminars - Department of Biochemistry 2008/09

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The research seminars take place every Tuesday at 1pm in the Lecture Theatre of the Sanger building, during Michaelmas and Lent terms.

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0 upcoming talks and 16 talks in the archive.

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UserDavid Owen - CIMR.

HouseLecture Theatre, Biochemistry, Department of (Sanger Building).

ClockTuesday 17 February 2009, 13:00-14:00

Origin and evolution of eukaryotic genomes and organelles

UserMartin Embley - Newcastle University.

HouseLecture Theatre, Biochemistry, Department of (Sanger Building).

ClockTuesday 25 November 2008, 13:00-14:00

How can we adapt DNA microarray technology to measure proteins?

UserFridjof Lund Johansen - University of Oslo, Norway.

HouseLecture Theatre, Biochemistry, Department of (Sanger Building).

ClockTuesday 18 November 2008, 13:00-14:00

Protein structure determination from NMR chemical shifts

UserMichele Vendruscolo - Department of Chemistry.

HouseLecture Theatre, Biochemistry, Department of (Sanger Building).

ClockTuesday 28 October 2008, 13:00-14:00

The inhibitory glycine receptor: Routes to a structure - pathology relationship

UserCord-Michael Becker - Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany.

HouseLecture Theatre, Biochemistry, Department of (Sanger Building).

ClockTuesday 21 October 2008, 13:00-14:00

Aberrant Rho GTPase activation and signaling in cancer development

UserChanning Der - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC.

HouseLecture Theatre, Biochemistry, Department of (Sanger Building).

ClockTuesday 14 October 2008, 13:00-14:00

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