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Ph.D.- Yeast Interaction Trap, Munich, Germany

Boris Steipe steipe at lmb.uni-muenchen.de
Tue Mar 5 00:43:15 EST 1996

                    Yeast INTERACTION TRAP Techniques
                    for Protein Engineering and Design

The Biostructure Lab of the University of Munich, GenZentrum, has a
research studentship position available (BatIIA/2).

All biochemical processes are based on principles of molecular
recognition. We are interested in rational Protein Engineering and Design,
to engineer and modulate molecular recognition in protein-protein
interactions. For this, we have begun a project to establish a novel in
vivo method, based on the Interaction Trap, for the detection of protein -
protein interactions. This system is to be established and optimized for
use in cell biology and molecular pharmacology.

We work with a broad spectrum of methods: molecular and cellular biology,
protein chemistry, structural analysis and biophysics.

If you are interested in modern, applications oriented, basic research,
experienced in molecular biology AND YEAST GENETICS, please contact me as
soon as possible.

Potential candidates can obtain further information informally by
contacting me via e-mail. The position does not involve teaching duties. A
knowledge of the German language is not essential.

Boris Steipe, March 4. 1996

        +---Dr. Boris Steipe-------------<steipe at LMB.uni-muenchen.de>--+
        |   Genzentrum                                                 |
        |   Wuermtalstr. 221             Tel.: +49 (89)  74017 - 417   |
        |   81375 Muenchen, Germany      Fax.:                 - 448   |

Boris <steipe at lmb.uni-muenchen.de>

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