Monday 19 February 2018, 1.00PM
Speaker(s): Professor Paul Jardine
Bacteriophage systems have been used as tools in the exploration of fundamental biological processes for many decades. Whereas the relative simplicity of phage systems allow for a well-controlled experimental approach, the near-universal nature of the processes inherent to their assembly make them relevant to a broad range of biological systems. I will provide a brief overview of recent advances in the study of the bacteriophage phi29 DNA packaging system, driven by an integrated biochemical, structural, and single-molecule approach, and discuss the impact on the wider field of virology and biophysics.
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The host for this seminar is Professor Fred Antson. If you would like to meet with Professor Paul Jardine please contact Fred Antson directly.