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SIPS: Lentz Lab
Seminar Title: "Phosphatidylserine regulates the interactions between FIXa and FVIIIa during blood coagulation" and "Phosphatidylserine regulates the structure of FXa during blood coagulation"
Located in Events / / 2013 Events / SIPS (Science in Progress Seminars)
SIPS: Redinbo and Vilen Lab
Seminar Title: "Molecular Insights into Microbial β-Glucuronidase Inhibition to Abrogate CPT-11 Toxicity" and "Defective Lysosomal Degradation of Immune Complexes in Lupus-Prone Mice"
Located in Events / / 2013 Events / SIPS (Science in Progress Seminars)
SIPS: Various Labs
Seminar Titles: "A feed-forward mechanism comprising Spt6, Ctk1 and the PAF complex promotes RNA polymerase II CTD phosphorylation and transcription elongation" and "Identification of NUSAP1 as a Cullin Ring Ligase Substrate"
Located in Events / / 2013 Events / SIPS (Science in Progress Seminars)
SIPS: Marzluff Lab
"The Birth and Death of Histone mRNA"
Located in Events / / 2013 Events / SIPS (Science in Progress Seminars)
SIPS: Cook Lab
"An essential mitotic role for the DNA replication protein, Cdt1" and "Histone methylation regulates both DNA replication and the DNA damage response"
Located in Events / / 2013 Events / SIPS (Science in Progress Seminars)
SIPS: Kuhlman Lab
"Mechanisms of E3 Ubiquitin Ligase Autoregulation" and "Modeling the Covalent and Electrostatic Nature of H-Bonding"
Located in Events / / 2013 Events / SIPS (Science in Progress Seminars)
SIPS: Xian Chen Lab
“Entering post-genomic era with quantitative proteomics for new biology discovery” and “Enabling Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics Technology for Genome-scale Analysis of Various Protein Machineries”
Located in Events / / 2013 Events / SIPS (Science in Progress Seminars)
SIPS: Daniel Isom, PhD (Dohlman lab)
"Protons as second messenger regulators of G protein signaling"
Located in Events / / 2013 Events / SIPS (Science in Progress Seminars)