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Modular protein-nucleic acid interactions in the FBP family

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Eukaryote gene regulation relies on a complex network of synergistic protein-protein and protein nucleic acid interactions. Key players in this regulation are proteins that contain multiple interaction modules and that recognise the targets in a combinatorial fashion. During this presentation I will explore the capability of proteins from the FUSE Binding Protein (FBP) family to recognise multiple functionally connected targets.

This talk is part of the Biophysical Colloquia series.

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