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 Date : 2023/08/28 No:317 

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Period: 2023-08-28 ~ 2023-09-04

LSL Announcement

The second floor of Eco Pavilion will be closed for space planning from September 1, 2023.
The second floor of Eco Pavilion will be closed for space planning from September 1, 2023.



8/29 NPAS Seminar

Topic:The role of CA1 hippocampal interneurons in information integration
Speaker:Dr. Yingxue Wang (Max Planck Florida Inst., USA)
Date:2023-08-29 09:30 - 10:30
Place:Virtual talk via WebEx
8/29 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Hard issues on the soft tissues: molecular regulation of vascular stiffness and aging
Speaker:Dr. Yabing Chen (Univ. of Alabama at Birmingham)
Date:2023-08-29 11:00 - 12:00
Place:B1C Auditorium, IBMS
8/31 8/29 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Regulation of Wnt signaling in white matter repair
Speaker:Dr. Wang, Chih-Yen (Nat'l Cheng Kung Univ.)
Date:2023-08-31 11:00 - 12:00
Place:B1C Auditorium, IBMS
8/31 IPMB Seminar

Topic:IPMB Seminar: The posture under bitter cold: Plant pluripotent cell formation and regeneration can be promoted by Vernalization
Speaker:Dr. Fu-Yu Hung (Post-Doc researcher, RIKEN, Center for Sustainable Resource Science (CSRS), Japan)
Date:2023-08-31 11:00 - 12:00
Place:Auditorium A134, Agricultural Technology Building, Institute of Plant and Microbial Biology, Academia Sinica
9/4  IBMS Seminar

Topic:Use of Engineered Intrinsically Disordered Proteins in Biosensing Applications
Speaker:Dr. Gabriel P. López (Univ. of New Mexico)
Date:2023-09-04 11:00 - 12:00
Place:B1C Lecture Room, IBMS
9/6 GRC Seminar

Topic:Mini-symposium on Chaperones in Health and Disease
Speaker:F. Ulrich Hartl、Manajit Hayer-Hartl教授 (德國Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry)
Date:2023-09-06 14:00 - 16:25
Place:Auditorium, Genomics Research Center
9/7 IBMS Seminar

Topic:Deciphering the Molecular Tug-of-War: Host Defense and Viral Countermeasures in HIV-1 and Beyond
Speaker:Dr. Yen-Li, Lee
Date:2023-09-07 11:00 - 12:00
Place:B1C Auditorium, IBMS
9/7 IMB Seminar

Topic:High-performance genetically encoded fluorescent biosensors for metabolism
Speaker:Dr. Yusuke Nasu (Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, School of Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Date:2023-09-07 11:00 - 12:00
Place:1F Auditorium, Institute of Molecular Biology


9/8 NPAS Mini-Symposium

Topic:Proprioception: from molecular biology to sensory-motor coupling
Speaker:Please visit the website for more information
Date:2023-09-08 09:00 - 17:00
Place:B106 Auditorium, Interdisciplinary Building, Academia Sinica

Important Research

The battle within: How pathogen effectors suppress NLR-mediated immunity.

In order to successfully colonize the host plant, plant pathogens employ various strategies to interfere with the plant immune system. Nucleotide-binding leucine-rich repeat (NLR) proteins serve as intracellular immune receptors and are a major component of the plant immune system. As resistance genes against plant diseases, NLRs recognize effector proteins secreted by different pathogens and trigger hypersensitive reactions leading to cell death.
AI Accelerates Protein Design and Enhances Enzyme Activity

Unlocking the potential of protein activation has historically posed challenges, necessitating extensive screening and biochemical assays.
Unraveling the Mysteries of Marine Free-living Nematode Evolution Using Whole Genome Amplification Techniques

Obtaining sufficient genetic material from a limited biological source is currently the primary operational bottleneck in studies investigating biodiversity and genome evolution. In this study, we employed multiple displacement amplification (MDA) and Smartseq2 to amplify nanograms of genomic DNA and mRNA, respectively from individual Caenorhabditis elegans.
A GFP splicing reporter in a coilin mutant background reveals links between alternative splicing, siRNAs and coilin function in Arabidopsis thaliana

Coilin is an intriguing protein that is present in most multicellular eukaryotes. Even after decades of research, the full range of coilin’s functions and modes of action are not fully understood. Coilin is best known as an essential structural constituent and prominent marker of Cajal bodies (CBs). CBs are nonmembranous nuclear organelles that are typically situated adjacent to the nucleolus, a second membrane-free nuclear organelle that also contains detectable amounts of coilin.
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