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MBG Focus Talks

MBG Focus Talks bliver arrangeret af de enkelte forskningsgrupper på instituttet, hvilket ofte betyder, at MBG Focus Talks omhandler mere specialiserede emner.

Med MBG Focus Talks medfølger en skabelon for opslaget, som giver værten en let mulighed for at lave et professionelt layout.


Wednesday 13 December 2023

Arthur Kort
University of Würzburg, Germany

Natural variation in gene regulatory networks

Friday 27 October 2023

Giulia Saredi
School of Life Sciences,, University of Dundee, UK

Maintenance of chromatin structure and genome stability by the SPT2 histone chaperone

Thursday 26 October 2023

Susanna FagerholmFaculty of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Helsinki

Beta2-integrins in immunity: new roles for old players

Monday 23 October 2023

Rosa L. López-Marqués
Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences,
University of Copenhagen

Biochemical and biophysical studies on plant lipid flippasesBiochemical and biophysical studies on plant lipid flippases

Monday 9 October 2023

Sebastian Kadener
Department of Biology, Brandeis University

Physiological and Molecular functions of circRNAs

Friday 6 October 2023

Oliver EbenhöhInstitute of Quantitative and Theoretical Biology at Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf

Thermodynamic models of energy metabolism

Wednesday 5 July 2023

Nikos Hatzakis
Dept. Chemistry, University of Copenhagen Novonordisk center for Protein Research, University of Copenhagen Dept. Pediatrics, Boston Children hospital Harvard Medical school

A quantum leap of understanding protein structure dynamics to function correlation by Single molecule studies and machine learning analysis


Tuesday 4 July 2023

Professor Dr. Markus Seeger
Institute of Medical Microbiology, University of Zurich, Switzerland

Good things start with «S»: about sybodies and mycobacterial siderophore transport

Friday 30 June 2023

Henriette Autzen
University of Copenhagen, Department of Biomedical Sciences Research Theme in Molecular and Translational Pharmacology

Native nanodisc technology and how polymers may be used for structural and functional characterization of membrane proteins

Monday 22 May 2023

Jonathan Flores
Oregon Health & Science University, USA

Structural & Functional Effects of the Ageing Cellular Environment on Native Lens Gap Junctions

Tuesday 16 May 2023

Line Lykke Andersen
International Max Planck Research Schools for Life Science and Technische Universität München

Interrogating dynamics and allostery of transporters with H/D exchange coupled to mass spectrometry

Tuesday 9 May 2023

Chloé Martens
Dept of Chemistry, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Interrogating dynamics and allostery of transporters with H/D exchange coupled to mass spectrometry

Tuesday 2 May 2023

Audrone Lapinaite
School of Molecular Sciences, Arizona State University

DNA Adenine Base Editors: Decoding their Molecular Mechanism and the Road Ahead for Tool Development

Friday 28 April 2023

Sine Svenningsen
Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen

Bacterial control of phage susceptibility and prophage induction by cell-to-cell signaling

Tuesday 25 April 2023

Alexander Harms
Dep. of Health Sciences and Technology, ETH Zürich

Of viral friends and viral foes: New adventures in the world of bacterial immunity

Tuesday 21 February 2023

Asc. Prof. Nicholas Taylor
Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research, University of Copenhagen

5:2 molecular motors: from bacterial motility to phage defense

Friday 3 February 2023

Prof. David Drew
Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Stockholm University

New structural insights into ion recognition and allosteric regulation of cation/proton exchangers

Friday 3 February 2023

Asc. Prof. Hussam Hassan Nour-Eldin
Section for Molecular Plant Biology, Copenhagen University

How to deorphanize orphan transporters? A novel untargeted extract-based approach paves the way

Friday 6 January 2023

Dr. Max Clabbers, Postdoctoral fellow
Department of Biological Chemistry
David Geffen School of Medicine
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

Direct detection, phasing, and membrane protein crystallography using MicroED