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Biochemical colloquium

The biochemical colloquium is offered intermittently.

29.03.2018


Towards an artificial respiratory system: co-reconstitution of respiratory enzymes into model membrane systems

Dr. Olivier Biner
University of Bern, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

13:00, seminar room 09 020, Albertstr. 21, Chemiehochhaus

06.03.2018


What can we learn from advanced imaging techniques on the interactions and dynamics of viral and bacterial problems?

Prof. Dr. Yves Mély
Université de Strasbourg, Laboratoire de Bioimagerie et Pathologies

11:00, seminar room 09 020, Albertstr. 21, Chemiehochhaus

30.01.2018


Conserving Energy with Sulfate - An Ancient Form of Life

Prof. Dr. Peter M.H. Kroneck
Universität Konstanz, Biologie

16:15, seminar room 09 020, Albertstr. 21, Chemiehochhaus

 

16.01.2018


Transporter Assays using SSM-based electrophysiology

Dr. Andre Bazzone
Nanion Technologies GmbH, München

14:00, seminar room 09 020, Albertstr. 21, Chemiehochhaus

 

17.10.2017

Structural studies of human multidrug transporter ABCG2 using cryo-electron microscopy

Prof. Dr. Kaspar Locher

ETH Zurich, Institute of Molecular Biology and Biophysics

16:15, seminar room 09 020, Albertstr. 21, Chemiehochhaus

 

09.02.2017

Keeping it simple – Transport mechanism and pH regulation in Na+/H+ exchangers

Prof. Dr. Klaus Fendler

Max Planck Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt/Main

14:15, seminar room 09 020, Albertstr. 21, Chemiehochhaus

 

12.01.2017

Microbes with identity issues: the cell wall and energy-conserving prokaryotic organelle of anaerobic ammonium-oxidizing bacteria

Dr. Laura van Niftrik

Department of Microbiology, Institute for Water & Wetland Research, Radboud University, Netherlands

14 c.t., seminar room 09.020, Albertstraße 21

 

04.10.2016

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Explore Bioenergetics: from Enzymology to Biomimetic membranes

Dr. Duncan G.G. McMillan

Department of Applied Chemistry, University of Tokyo, Japan

14 c.t., seminar room 03.002, Albertstraße 21

 

08.09.2016

Experimental evolution of microbial multidrug tolerance, a novel tool to unravel the complex persister phenotype

Dr. Bram Van den Bergh

Centre of Microbial and Plant Genetics (CMPG)" Department of Microbial and Molecular Systems (M2S)" KU Leuven

14:00, seminar room 09.020, Albertstraße 21

 

28.07.2016

Understanding movement and mechanism in molecular machines

Prof. Dr. Fraser MacMillan

University of East Anglia Norwich, United Kingdom

15:30, seminar room 09.020, Albertstraße 21