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LSSS 2002-2003


Life Sciences Seminar Series

Past events

Hall A100, Sciences II

Alain Prochiantz

CNRS, France

Non-autonomous regulation of gene expression by messenger proteins

Hall A100, Sciences II

William Martin

Universität Düsseldorf, Germany

Hydrogenosomes: Unusual organelles of anaerobic ATP synthesis in amitochondriate protists and their possible evolutionary significance

Hall A100, Sciences II

Alex van der Bliek


Mitochondrial division in C. elegans and in mammals

Hall A100, Sciences II

Ted Farmer

University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Lipid regulators play key roles in the immune system of plants

Hall A100, Sciences II

Andrew Clark

Cornell University, USA

Evolutionary inferences from human-chimp-mouse gene alignments

Hall A100, Sciences II

Martin Raff

University College, England

Size control in animal development

Hall A100, Sciences II

Alan Weiner

University of Washington, USA

The CCA-adding enzyme: a remarkable RNA polymerase with a protein template

Hall A100, Sciences II

Tom Rapoport

Harvard Medical School, USA

Protein transport in and out of the ER

Hall A100, Sciences II

Meinrad Busslinger

Institute of Molecular Pathology, Austria

Transcriptional control of lineage commitment in the hematopoietic system

Hall A100, Sciences II

James Spudich

Stanford University, USA

Single Molecule Mechanics and the Myosin Family of Molecular Motors