How to achieve cellular replication without fail: lessons from bacterial cells.

Speaker: Christine Jacobs-Wagner Department: Microbial Sciences Institute, Yale West Campus Subject: How to achieve cellular replication without fail: lessons from bacterial cells. Location: TU Delft (BN Seminar) Date: 13-10-2017       Author: Nemo Andrea  The topic of today’s talk was cellular replication, which, in Christine’s opinion, is the ability that separates the living from the … Continue reading How to achieve cellular replication without fail: lessons from bacterial cells.

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Targeting Epigenetic Changes in Immune Cells: Implications in Disease

Speaker: Esteban Ballestar Department: Bellvitge Medical Research Institute (IDIBELL), Barcelona Spain Location: Erasmus MC Date: July 13, 2017 Author: Teun Huijben Esteban Ballestar got his Bachelor and Master degree at the University of Valencia in Spain, followed by a PhD. Afterwards he did a Postdoc abroad and returned to start his own research group at … Continue reading Targeting Epigenetic Changes in Immune Cells: Implications in Disease

Disrupting ultrashort nucleic acid duplex with mechanical force

Speaker: Kevin Whitley Department: University of Illionois at Urbana -Champain Subject: Disrupting ultrashort nucleic acid duplex with mechanical force Location: Bionanoscience Department, TU Delft Date: 30-06-2017 Author: Mirte Golverdingen Kevin Whitley did research to the hybridization kinetics of DNA under force. He tried to understand the transition state of nucleic acid hybridization. Hybridization is used … Continue reading Disrupting ultrashort nucleic acid duplex with mechanical force

Evolution and Assembly of Eukaryotic Chromatin

Speaker: Fransesca Mattiroli Department: Lugi Lab, University of Colorado Boulder Subject: Evolution and assembly of eukaryotic Chromatin Location: TU Delft, Bionanoscience department Date: 10-02-2017 Author: Mirte Golverdingen   Fransesca Mattiroli’s research is focussed on the DNA packaging units called nucleosomes. These structures organize DNA in the eukaryotic cell nucleus. Nucleosomes are formed by an octameric … Continue reading Evolution and Assembly of Eukaryotic Chromatin

Nanotechnology for biophysics: from single molecules towards synthetic cells

Speaker: Cees Dekker Department: Bionanoscience Subject: Nanotechnology for biophysics: from single molecules towards synthetic cells Location: Lecture room E (TU Delft) Date: 09-02-2017 Kristian Blom After six months of following theoretical physics and astronomy courses for my minor, I was looking forward to hear something about nanobiology again. Therefore I took the opportunity to visit … Continue reading Nanotechnology for biophysics: from single molecules towards synthetic cells

3D mammalian genome organization and function

Speaker: Wouter de Laat Department: Bionanoscience Subject: 3D mammalian genome organization and function           Location: TU Delft Date: 11-2-16 Author: Hielke Walinga Our DNA consists of long strands of bases that appear to have no function at all. Only 3 % of the DNA is actually consisting genes. A long time researchers thought only the genes … Continue reading 3D mammalian genome organization and function

Coordination of daughter strand synthesis

Single replication machines at work: The coordination of daughter strand synthesis By Karl Duderstradt (van Oijen lab, University of Groningen) One of the most important events a cell has to undergo before it will divide is DNA replication. In this event, the amount of genomic DNA is doubled by taking the two strands apart and … Continue reading Coordination of daughter strand synthesis