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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - IRI Life Sciences

Colloquium

Fig.: Andreas Süß

 

The Colloquium is dedicated to one of the central research topics at the IRI each semester. Renowned international scientists present their current work on these themes. All lectures are made possible by the Schering Stiftung and open to public.

 

Dates:     Thursdays
Time:      4 PM
Place:     IRI Life Sciences, Philippstr. 13, Michaelis Building (No. 18)
             Maud Menten Hall (3rd floor)

 


Current Series

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  • ​May 4th: Luis Serrano (CRG Barcelona) - "Is it possible to computer model a cell?"​
  • June 1st: Peter Lénárt (EMBL Heidelberg) - "The same, only different: how does the cytoskeleton adapt to meiosis-specific functions?"
  • June 22nd: Joe Howard (Yale University) - "Microtubles, motors and morphogensis"
  • Sept. 7th: Johan Elf (Uppsala University) - "Probing intracellular kinetics at single molecule sensitivity"

Cas9-based DNA targeting is radically different from that of transcription factors. Cas9 can be programmed by a guide RNA to target any sequence, at the price of the increased time required to open cellular dsDNA to test for complementarity. We have studied how much time it takes to located a singel target sequence in a living cell using single molecule fluorescence microscopy. We also measure how long time the bound dCas9 stays at a target sequences and what implications this has for repression of a targeted gene.

 

  • Oct 12th: Rob Phillips (Caltech) - "Transcription by the Numbers"