6. Symposium des Biochemie-Zentrum Regensburg

1. Summer Academy of the Regensburg Graduate School of Life Sciences

Kloster Kostenz

20.&21. September 2010

 

 

 

 

 

Pictures

Philipp Merkl

Intro, welcome

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Christoph Morgenthaler

“Degradation of the cell cycle regulator Rca1 in Drosophila melanogaster"

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Martina Frank

“Analysis of the function of the cell cycle regulator Rca1 at the G1-S transition in the cell cycle“

Britta Swoboda

“Yeast Haspin proteins in cell cycle progression“

Lea Arnold

“Cell cycle control of yeast polo kinase stability”

Annett Bellack

“Structural and functional characterization of archaeal flagella”

Harald Guldan

“Archaea type lipids in bacteria”

Thomas Fouqeau

“Role of Trigger-loop in the elongation step of archaeal transcription“

Dietmar Birzer

“TransCent – Enzyme design with flexible ligand positioning”

Jan-Oliver Janda

“Identification of important residues by means of an improved entropy-based analysis of multiple sequence alignments”

Josef Sperl

“Stabilisation of an artificial (ba)8 – barrel protein generated from identical half-barrels – implications for the design and evolution of a symmetrical enzyme”

Bernd Reisinger

“Generating TrpF activity on (ba)8 – barrel scaffolds: Required mutations and putative reaction mechanism”

Andreas Bosch

“Analysis of short non-coding RNA-protein interaction networks in Pyrococcus furiosus

Daniel Schraivogel

“The role of miRNAs in glioblastoma stem cell biology”

Johannes Schönberger

“RNA visualization in plants”

Stephan Hamperl

“Purification and analysis of native ribosomal DNA chromatin domains from S. cerevisiae

Andreas Lausser

“Dissecting the role of the small peptide ZmEBP1 in early embryo development of maize”

Prof. Dr. Michael Rehli

High noon lecture: “Genome-Epigenome Interactions"

Thanks so much for participating. It was a great time with fascinating talks and intense discussion.

See you next year!

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Program

Monday, September 20
9
Arrival and Registration
- Small breakfast -
9.30
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Session 1
Chair: Prof. Dr. Thomas Dresselhaus
     
09.45 – 10.10
Christoph Morgenthaler
“Degradation of the cell cycle regulator Rca1 in Drosophila melanogaster”
10.10 – 10.35
Martina Frank
“Analysis of the function of the cell cycle regulator Rca1 at the G1-S transition in the cell cycle“
10.35 – 11.00
Britta Swoboda
“Yeast Haspin proteins in cell cycle progression“
11.00 – 11.15
- Coffee break -
11.15 – 11.40
Lea Arnold
“Cell cycle control of yeast polo kinase stability”
Session 2
Chair: Prof. Dr. Reinhard Sterner
     
11.40 – 12.05
Annett Bellack
“Structural and functional characterization of archaeal flagella”
12.05 – 13.00
- Lunch -
13.00 – 13.25
Harald Guldan
“Archaea type lipids in bacteria”
13.25 – 13.50
Thomas Fouqeau
“Role of Trigger-loop in the elongation step of archaeal transcription“
Session 3
Chair: Prof. Dr. Frank Sprenger
13.50 – 14.15
Dietmar Birzer 
“TransCent – Enzyme design with flexible ligand positioning”
14.15 – 14.40
Jan-Oliver Janda
“Identification of important residues by means of an improved entropy-based analysis of multiple sequence alignments”
14.40 – 15.10
- Coffee break -
15.10 – 15.35
Josef Sperl 
“Stabilisation of an artificial (ba)8 – barrel protein generated from identical half-barrels – implications for the design and evolution of a symmetrical enzyme”
15.35 – 16.00 
Bernd Reisinger
“Generating TrpF activity on (ba)8 – barrel scaffolds: Required mutations and putative reaction mechanism”
16.00 – 18.30
Time for hiking and discussions 
18.30 – 19.30
       
- Dinner -
from 19.30 
Poster session and drinks
Tuesday, September 21 
From 7.30 
- Breakfast -
Session 4
Chair: Prof. Dr. Herbert Tschochner
     
9.25 – 9.50
Andreas Bosch 
“Analysis of short non-coding RNA-protein interaction networks in Pyrococcus furiosus”
9.50 – 10.15
Daniel Schraivogel 
“The role of miRNAs in glioblastoma stem cell biology”
10.15 – 10.40
Johannes Schönberger
“RNA visualization in plants”
10.40 – 11.00
- Coffee break -
Session 5
Chair: Prof. Dr. Michael Thomm
 
11.00 – 11.25
 
Stephan Hamperl 
“Purification and analysis of native ribosomal DNA chromatin domains from S. cerevisiae”
11.25 – 11.50
Andreas Lausser 
“Dissecting the role of the small peptide ZmEBP1 in early embryo development of maize”
12.00 – 13.00 
- Lunch -
13.00 – 13.40 
Prof. Dr. Michael Rehli
High Noon Lecture
13.40 – 14.00
Concluding Remarks


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