Seminars in Biochemistry

 

2017

 

18.10.17 Zoya Ignatova,
University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
"Silent mutations speak out: tRNAs in adaptive translation and diseases"

 

20.09.17 Jost Enninga,
Institute Pasteur, Department of Cell Biology and Infection Paris, France
"Visualizing the involvement of host pathways in Shigella and Salmonella induced membrane damage"

 

18.09.17 Eyal Gottlieb,
Technion-Israel Institue of Technology, Haifa, Israel
"The onco-metabolic role and liabilities of the TCA cycle in cancer"

 

04.09.17 Jochen Weishaupt,
Neurology Department, Ulm University, Ulm, Germany
"Genetics of ALS"

 

15.08.17 Anne Schreiber,
ETH Zürich Institute of Biochemistry Zürich, Switzerland
"Regulation of Autophagy by the Atg1 kinase"

 

28.06.17 Johannes Herrmann, 
Technical University Kaiserslautern Kaiserslautern, Germany
"Biogenesis of mitochondrial proteins"

 

22.06.17 Kosuke Yusa,
Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge, UK
"Development and application of CRISPR-based loss-of-function screening"

 

14.06.17 Markus Bohnsack,
Institute for Molecular Biology, University medical center (UMG), Göttingen, Germany
"Turning RNA-protein complexes: the roles of RNA helicases and RNA modifications in health and disease"

 

23.05.17 Christian Ungermann,
University of Osnabrück, Germany
"Insights into the recruitment and activation of the Rab7-like Ypt7 protein during endosomal maturation"

 

03.05.17 Martin Ott,
Stockholm University, Stockholm, Sweden
"Mitochondrial translation efficiency modulates cellular proteostasis and stress signaling"

 

03.04.17 John Rohde,
Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Dalhousie University Halifax, Canada
"Shigella as a tool to explore the ubiquitinbacterial pathogen interface"

 

08.02.17 Markus Elsner,
Senior Editor, Nature Biotechnology
"Publishing in Nature journals"