Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences, Osaka University

Japanese

New strategies for uncovering how chromosomes are segregated during mitosis: a single molecule approach
Charles L. Asbury (University of Washington, Seattle)

Epigenetic Inheritance of Chromatin States
Aaron F. Straight (Stanford University, San Francisco)

Date/Time

Nov 28, 2016 (Mon), 16:30-18:30

Place

2F Seminar room, BioSystems Building

Speaker/Title

Charles L. Asbury (University of Washington, Seattle)

New strategies for uncovering how chromosomes are segregated during mitosis: a single molecule approach

Speaker/Title

Aaron F. Straight (Stanford University, San Francisco)

Epigenetic Inheritance of Chromatin States

Host

Tatsuo Fukagawa


We will have a seminar by cutting-edge scientists in mitosis field on Nov. 28. Chip Asbury is studying how chromosomes are segregated using a single molecule imaging. Aaron Straight is studying on centromere chromatin using Xenopus experimental system. I really hope that you will join the exciting seminar.


http://www.fbs.osaka-u.ac.jp/eng/seminar/seminar/docs/fbs-seminar-fukagawa-20161128.pdf