Seminar Title:“Dynamics of Translation”
Joseph (Jody) Puglisi, Professor of Structural Biology, Stanford University
Friday, March 16, 2018
1300 Chemistry Chemistry Dow Lab Map
Translation of proteins by the ribosome is intrinsically dynamic, involving specific assembly of ribosomes on an mRNA, elongation of the polypeptide chain through directional movement on that mRNA, and subsequent termination and recycling of the subunits. We have developed single-molecule approaches, combined with structural methods, to provide a real time view of translation and its control. We will show how translation elongation is controlled by RNA structure, nascent peptides and drugs.
|Building:||Chemistry Dow Lab|
|Event Type:||Workshop / Seminar|
|Source:||Happening @ Michigan from LSA Biophysics|