Molecular Biology 2009
Especially the lecture of the first day has been modified quite a bit. The notes include a short part about interference which was, however, skipped during the actual lecture. I realised that it would require a better introduction.
Printouts for the talks
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Printouts for the exercises
The exercises this year were meant to start a discussion. I did not prepare an answer sheet this year.
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There is no exercise sheet for Friday. Instead I distributed the first four pages of the following articles:
- Thomson et al, "Running in reverse: The Structural Basis for Translocation Polarity in Hexameric Helicases", Cell (2009), 139, pp523-534
- Lo et al., "The crystal structure of a replicative hexameric helicase DnaC and its complex with single-stranded DNA", NAR (2009), 37, pp 804-814
- Venugopal et al, "Structure of cyclophilin from Leishmania donovanu bound to cyclosporin at 2.6A resolution [...]", Acta Cryst D (2009), 65, pp 1187-1195
The data from the crystallographic tables and open questions from the lectures were discussed.
Printouts for the Practical
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