biochemistry cell biology ecology evolution genetics molecular biology microbiology systems biology

Audience: Researchers in the topic
Seminar series times: No fixed schedule
Organizers: Felix Mikus*, Sjoerd Seekles*, Julia Coronas-Serna
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Talks by and for the fission yeast research community and friends!

Announcements and joining details will be sent by email (#pombetalks on Twitter) and on pombeSlack.

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Upcoming talks
Past talks
Your timeSpeakerTitle
FriNov 1108:00Weifan Wei; Gaowen Liu"The Cdc42 GAP Rga6 promotes monopolar outgrowth of spores"; "Fusion efficiency evolution to the deletion of an essential mating gene Prm1"
WedOct 1915:00Cecilia D'Alessio; Jason Tanny"N-Glycosylation and glycoprotein folding in fission yeasts, a model to study human congenital disorders of glycosylation"; "A novel transcriptional mechanism regulating the cellular response to replication stress"
WedSep 2115:00Hannah Opalko and Manuel Lera Ramirez"Mechanisms of spatial patterning of cell cycle regulator Cdr2"; "Microtubule rescue at midzone edges promotes overlap stability and prevents spindle collapse during anaphase B"
WedAug 1715:30Abhishek Poddar"Membrane stretching activates calcium-permeability of a putative channel Pkd2 during fission yeast cytokinesis"
WedAug 1715:00Pranas Grigaitis"Prediction of metabolic strategies in Schizosaccharomyces pombe based on optimal resource allocation"
WedJul 2007:00Leeba Chacko and Dan ZhangTBD; "The cortical ER remodeling for actomyosin ring assembly"
WedJun 1515:00Eliott Chapman and Fei Li"Separable roles for RNAi in regulation of transposable elements and viability in the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces japonicus"; "Phosphorylation-mediated Ccp1-Ndc80 switch at the N-terminus of CENP-T regulates kinetochore assembly in fission yeast"
WedMay 1815:00Jennifer Porat and Ingrid Billault-Chaumartin“The methyl phosphate capping enzyme Bmc1/Bin3 is a stable component of the fission yeast telomerase holoenzyme”; “Fus1, the fusion focus formin”
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