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All Seminars start at 4:00 pm. Refreshments served at 3:45 pm.
All seminars held at 1103 Biosciences Bldg (BRB 413) unless specified otherwise.

September 12 Sergei Sukharev, University of Maryland, "Allosteric interactions in the polymodal mechanosensitive channel MscS"
September 19 NO SEMINAR TODAY
September 26 Xiangyun Qiu, George Washington University, " Molecular force and structure of nucleic acids assemblies" (D. Beckett)
October 3 NO SEMINAR TODAY
October 10 George H. Lorimer, University of Maryland, "Stacked Rhodamine Dimers:  A novel means to explore (and simplify!) the allosteric transitions of the chaperonin cycle"
October 17 David Lubensky, University of Michigan, "Self-organization in animal development:  Two vignettes". (A. Upadhyaya)
October 24 Ajay Gopinathan, University of California, Merced, " Intrinsically Disordered Proteins, Polymer Brushes and the Nuclear Pore Complex : Implications for a Novel form of Gated Transport" (A. Upadhyaya)
October 31 Joel Tolman, Johns Hopkins University " Understanding the mechanism of polyubiquitin chain assembly using solution state NMR spectroscopy" (D. Fushman) CANCELED DUE TO JURY DUTY - WILL BE RESCHEDULED
November 7 NO SEMINAR TODAY
November 14 Dmitrii E. Makarov, University of Texas "Polymer physicist’s perspective on unfolded proteins and DNA:  A spherical cow or a viable theory?" (G. Papoian)
November 21 RESCHEDULED: Joel Tolman, Johns Hopkins University " Understanding the mechanism of polyubiquitin chain assembly using solution state NMR spectroscopy" (D. Fushman)
November 28 Chris Janetopoulos, Vanderbilt University, " Mechanisms of Cell Polarity Revealed By Molecular Biology and Microfluidic Technologies" (W. Losert)
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