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Structure-Function Relationships in Enzymes

DeJean jan at ultr5.vub.ac.be
Fri May 12 21:09:34 EST 1995


Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Faculteit der Wetenschappen
Instituut voor Moleculaire Biologie & Biotechnologie


                    STRUCTURE-FUNCTION RELATIONSHIPS IN
                                   ENZYMES
                        pluridisciplinary approaches

                                                  international conference
                                                              june 7, 1995

9:30  Registration

9:45  Prof. J. STEYAERT (VUB, Ultrastructuur)
      Multiple Mutants and Modified Substrates in the 
      Analysis of Ribonuclease T1

10:30 Coffee

11:00 Prof. W. N. LIPSCOMB (Harvard University, Laureate of the Nobel Prize
                            for Chemistry)
      Allosteric Enzymes and the Aspartate Transcarbamylase Paradigm 
      X-ray Crystallography

12:00 Prof. R. CUNNIN (VUB, Erfelijkheidsleer & Microbiologie)
      Intramolecular Signaling in Aspartate Transcarbamylase
      Lessons from Mutants and Chimeras

12:45 Lunch*

14:15 Prof. G. HERVE (CNRS, Universite Pierre & Marie Curie)
      Aspartate Transcarbamylase Under Pressure Solvents and Pressure Effects

15:00 Prof. A. THOMAS (Institut de Biologie Structurale, Grenoble)
      Prof. D. PERAHIA (Universite de Paris-Sud, Orsay)
      Motions in Aspartate Transcarbamylase
      Modelling and Molecular Dynamics
      with Presentation of a videofilm

16:30 Reception

Information: Prof. R. CUNNIN 
             Tel. 02/526 72 84
                    /526 72 70
             Fax. 02/526 72 73
             
             Prof. L. WYNS
             Tel. 02/359 02 32

*Reservation for lunch tickets (before June 1): Fax: 02/359 03 99

Sponsored by
NFWO Onderzoeksgemeenschappen
The Research Institute of CERIA/COOVI
Boehringer Mannheim Belgium, Division Biochemicals


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DeJean                Instituut voor moleculaire biologie              Belgium
                      http://www.vub.ac.be/IMOL/IMOL.html



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