Research Lecture at Nobel Forum 16 March, 16.30 Hidde L. Ploegh Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research 9 Cambridge Center, CAMBRIDGE, MA 02142, USA http://ploeghlab.wi.mit.edu Title: “Imaging immunity” Recent work in my laboratory has focused on applications of camelid-derived single domain antibodies. These protein, also referred to as VHHs or nanobodies, are small (~12 kDa), do
Research Lecture at Nobel Forum 16 Februari, kl. 16.30 Michael S. Levine Professor of Molecular Biology Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, USA http://molbio.princeton.edu/faculty/molbio-faculty/891-levine Title: “Visualization and evolution of transcriptional enhancers in animal development” ABSTRACT Transcriptional enhancers are short segments of DNA that switch genes on and off in response
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The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet has today awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Yoshinori Ohsumi for his discoveries of mechanisms for autophagy Press release in English (PDF) Pressmeddelande på Svenska (PDF) Advanced information in English (PDF)
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Research Lecture at Nobel Forum Free admission Date: 13 October, kl. 16.30 Speaker: Michael J. Berridge, The Babraham Institute, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK Title: "Inositol trisphosphate, calcium and Vitamin D signalling in health and disease" ABSTRACT Many cellular functions are regulated by calcium (Ca2+) signals that are generated by different signalling pathways. One of
Research Lecture at Nobel Forum Free admission 15 September, kl. 16.30 Bonnie L. Bassler Professor in Molecular Biology Department of Molecular Biology, Princeton University New Jersey, USA http://molbio.princeton.edu/labs/bassler/ Title: “Quorum Sensing and its Control” ABSTRACT Bacteria communicate with one another via the production and detection of secreted signal molecules called autoinducers. This cell-to-cell communication process,