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 Date : 2023/05/22 No:310 

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Period : 2023-05-22 ~ 2023-05-29
Henry Stewart Talks May recently added.



Python Generators – A Look Inside

One of the most powerful features of Python is its generator functions. It also happens to be a feature that leads to confusion among its users; it can seem quite mysterious as to how generators do their magic. A decent understanding of how generators work inside the Python interpreter can be quite helpful in unraveling this mystery and should go some way in helping you write better code.


5/23 IMB Seminar

Topic:Building tissues with precise patterns and shapes with an adhesion code
Speaker:Dr. Tony Yu-Chen Tsai (Washington University Schoole of Medicine, USA)
Date:2023-05-23 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place: IMB 1F Auditorium
5/23 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Publishing at EMBO Press: The Transparent Process
Speaker:Dr. Lise Roth (EMBO Molecular Medicine)
Date:2023-05-23 15:00 ~ 16:00
Place:Webex only
5/24 BioTReC Seminar

Topic:Integrated Research and Clinical Approaches to Advance the Treatment of Anaplastic Thyroid Cancer
Speaker:Dr. Stephen Y Lai, M.D., Ph.D., FACS
Date:2023-05-24 10:00 ~ 12:00
Place:C212 Lecture Room, 2nd floor, Building C, National Biotechnology Research Park
5/25 BioTReC Seminar

Topic:Infectious Disease Research Featuring Biocontainment Symposium
Speaker:Dr. Randy A. Albrecht, Dr. Chien-Chang Huang, and Dr. Cheng-Ping Chang
Date:2023-05-25 09:30 ~ 12:00
Place:C212, National Biotechnology Research Park
5/25 IBC Seminar

Topic:Applications of Affinity-Switchable Biotin-Streptavidin Interaction
Speaker:Dr. Kui-Thong Tan (National Tsing Hua University)
Date:2023-05-25 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:IBC R209
5/26 IPMB Seminar

Topic:IPMB Faculty Seminar: Studies of UPS components
Speaker:Dr. Hongyong Fu
Date:2023-05-26 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:Auditorium A134, Agricultural Technology Building, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology, Academia Sinica
5/26 IBC Seminar

Topic:Crosstalk between RNA biogenesis and autophagy maintains cellular homeostasis
Speaker:Dr. Hong-Wen Tang (Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore)
Date: 2023-05-26 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place: IBC R209
5/29 IBMS Seminar

Topic:When a virologist met COVID-19.
Speaker:Dr. Lin, Yi-Ling (Research Fellow)
Date:2023-05-29 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:B1C Lecture Room, IBMS
5/29 ICOB Seminar
5/29 ICOB Seminar

Topic:Redefining Forgetting: Lost Memory Found
Speaker:Dr. Hsueh-Cheng Chiang
Date:2023-05-29 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:1F, Auditorium, ICOB
5/30 IPMB Seminar

Topic:Phages, conjugative plasmids, and other mobile genetic elements move antimicrobial toxin/antitoxin modules throughout the pangenome of Ralstonia wilt pathogens
Speaker:Dr. Tiffany Lowe-Power
Date:2023-05-30 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:Auditorium A134, Agricultural Technology Building, Academia Sinica
5/30 IMB Seminar

Topic:How specialized immune cells function across organs from brain to digestive system
Speaker:Dr. Celia E. Shiau (University of North California at Chapel Hill NC, USA)
Date:2023-05-30 11:00 ~ 12:00
Place:IMB 1F Auditorium
6/1 IPMB Seminar

Topic:Novel natural metabolite RejuAgro A to control of crop diseases and its development as a commercial product
Speaker:Dr. Ching-Hong Yang (Professor, Department of Biological Sciences University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA)
Date:2023-06-01 15:00
Place:A134 Agricultural Technology Building, Academia Sinica

Important Research

Glycine zipper-mediated effector translocation into target cells

Type VI secretion systems (T6SSs) are contractile nanomachines used by bacteria to deliver effectors into target cells, enabling antagonism, virulence or nutrient acquisition. Antibacterial T6SS effectors exert their activity either in the periplasm, cytoplasm or on the membrane of target cells.
N-Formimidoylation/-iminoacetylation modification in aminoglycosides requires FAD-dependent and ligand-protein NOS bridge dual chemistry

Aminoglycoside antibiotics are essential drugs used in the clinical treatment of bacterial infections. These antibiotics work by binding to bacterial ribosomes, thereby inhibiting protein production. The amine group in aminoglycoside antibiotics is a critical functional group for recognizing and binding to ribosomes.
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