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Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics

Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biophysics
141 Chalmers Hall
1711 Claflin Rd.
Manhattan, KS 66506
785-532-6121
785-532-7278 fax
biochem@k-state.edu

Biotechnology Core Facility
206 Burt Hall
785-532-5956
785-532-6297 fax

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37 Chalmers Hall
785-532-2345

BMB Department Seminars

Fall 2021

Wednesdays at 4 p.m. in 120 Ackert Hall or Zoom

Please see weekly abstract for location information.

Date
Speaker
Affiliate
Title/PDF Abstract
September 1
Alex VecchioBiochemistry
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Structural Basis for Clostridium perfringens Enterotoxin Breakdown of Claudin-made Barriers in Mammalian Gut
September 8
Kausik SiMolecular and Integrative Physiology
Stowers Institute
Storing information in Amyloids
September 15
Lori WallrathBiochmistry and Molecular Biology
Carver College of Medicine
University of Iowa
Pushing the nuclear envelope in muscle disease
September 22
Wan Hee YoonAging & Metabolism Research Program
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
Study of Mendelian Mitochondrial diseases: An interdisciplinary approach for disease discovery and mechanism studies
September 29
No Seminar  
Friday
October 8
Larry Davis Retirement Celebration
Binghui ShenCancer Genetics and Epigenetics
Beckman Research Institute
City of Hope
Okazaki fragment maturation: Life, death, or mutagenesis
Lee ZouPathology
Harvard Medical School
The ATR Signaling Pathway: from Basic Research to Targeted Cancer Therapy
October 13
No Seminar  
October 20
Jeffrey ComerAnatomy and Physiology
Kansas State University
Peptide Design through Molecular Dynamics Simulation
October 27
Haifan WuChemistry
Wichita State University
Apply accurate and multi-targeting protein cross-linking to study amyloid/protein interactions
November 3
Kathrin SchrickBiology
Kansas State University
Transcriptional regulators linking phospholipid metabolism with growth control in plants
November 10
Kalyani ParyamBiology
Kansas State University
Beyond Anti-oxidation: Keap1-Nrf2 as metabolic checkpoints for T-cell effector responses
November 17
Gabriel CookChemistry
Oklahoma State University
in vitro glycosylation of membrane glycoproteins
November 24
Thanksgiving
No Seminar  
December 1
Lejla ZubcevicBiochemistry and Molecular Biology
University of Kansas Medical Center
Gating mechanisms in TRPV channels