Past Seminars

Part of Life Science Seminar Series (more on )

- A100, Sciences II

Jim Kadonaga

University of California, San Diego, USA

Fundamental aspects of transcription and chromatin dynamics

Host: Francois Karch

- 3079, Sciences III

Gwendal Lazennec

INSERM U450, Montpellier, France

ERbeta and Interleukin-8, two factors involved in breast cancer development

Host: Didier Picard

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- A100, Sciences II

Barbara Meyer

University of California, Berkeley, USA

Chromosome-wide regulation in C. elegans: Targeting the Dosage Compensation Complex to X Chromosomes

Host: David Shore

- 3079, Sciences III

Cris Kuhlemeier

University of Bern, Institute of Plant Sciences, Bern

Plant stem cells and leaf development

Host: Jean-David Rochaix

- 3079, Sciences III

Elisa Izaurralde

European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Heidelberg, Germany

The interplay of post-transcriptional mechanisms that regulate gene expression

Host: Ulrich Laemmli

- 3079, Sciences III

José Sogo

Institute of Cell Biology, ETH, Zurich

Different roles of the rDNA enhancer in initiation of replication and mitotic recombination

Host: David Shore

- 1S081, Sciences III

Sidney Altman

Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, Yale University, New Haven, USA

The role of RNase P in the control of gene expression

Host: Ulrich Laemmli

- 3079, Sciences III

Katja Seipel

Zoological Institute, University of Basel, Switzerland

Molecular mechanisms of stem cell generation from adult tissues

Host: Angela Kraemer

- 3079, Sciences III

Vincent Geli

Laboratoire d’Ingénierie des Systèmes Macromoléculaires, CNRS, Marseille, France

RPA dysfunction impairs EST1 binding and induces a DNA-damage response at telomeres

Host: David Shore

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- A100, Sciences II

Nori Satoh

Kyoto University, Japan

Ciona intestinalis: A model for whole-genome analyses of development

Host: Denis Duboule

- A100, Sciences II

François Guillemot

Division of Molecular Neurobiology, National Institute for Medical Research, The Ridgeway, Mill Hill, London

Proneural genes and cell fate specification in the telencephalon

Host: Jean Marc Matter

- 3079, Sciences III

Marco Foiani

FIRC Institute of Molecular Oncology, Milan, Italy

Controlling genome integrity during chromosome replication

Host: David Shore

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- A100, Sciences II

Stephen Cohen

European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany

MicroRNAs and the control of cell proliferation and apoptosis

Host: Ueli Schibler

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- A100, Sciences II

Rob Singer

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA

Following RNA Movement in Single Cells

Host: Françoise Stutz

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- A150, Sciences II

Jean Pierre Changeux

Institut Pasteur, France

Le récepteur de lacétylcholine: une protéine allostérique membranaire engagée dans la communication neuronale

Host: Sandra Citi

- 3079, Sciences III

Shulamit Michaeli

Bar-Ilan University, Israël

Structure-function of the signal recognition particle: A lesson from trypanosomes

Host: Katharina Strub

- 3081, Sciences III

Catherine Dargemont

Institut Jacques Monod, Paris, France

Polyubiquitin and intracellular transport

Host: Françoise Stutz

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- A100, Sciences II

Pascale Cossart

Pasteur Institute, France

The entry of Listeria monocytogenes into cells: specificity, signaling and cytoskeleton rearrangements

Host: Sandra Citi; Françoise Stutz

- 3081, Sciences III

Nathan Nelson

Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israël

The crystal structure of plant Photosystem I

Host: Jean-David Rochaix

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- A100, Sciences II

Andreas Engel

University of Basel, Switzerland

Structure and dynamics of native membrane proteins assessed by high-resolution microscopy

Host: Sandra Citi; Françoise Stutz

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- A100, Sciences II

John Lucchesi

Emory University, USA

Dosage compensation in Drosophila: a model for the study of transcription regulation through chromatin remodeling

Host: Sandra Citi; Françoise Stutz

- A50A, Sciences III

Judith Jaehning

Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, University of Colorado, Health Sciences Center

Two Yeast RNA Polymerase Complexes: One Nuclear and the Other Mitochondrial

Host: David Shore