postdoc and research assistant positions available in Taiwan

H Fu hongyong at gate.sinica.edu.tw
Sun Aug 4 23:21:41 EST 2002


  Dear All:

Positions for two Postdoctoral Research Associates and two Research 
Assistants (Master degree) are available.  We are working to identify 
unique cellular processes that are regulated by two large 
multi-protein complexes, 26S proteasome and Cop9 complexes and to 
characterize the involved molecules/structures and mechanisms. 
Approaches employed include (1) proteomics analyses for yeast mutants 
with defect on various components; (2) protein-protein interaction to 
identify linked factors; (3) reverse genetic analyses of Arabidopsis. 
Applicants should submit a CV, a letter stating their research 
interests/experience and the names and addresses of three references 
to: Hongyong Fu, Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica, 128 sec 2 
Academy Rd., Nankang, Taipei, Taiwan 11529.  Tel: 886-2-27823050 ext 
422. Fax: 886-2-2782-7954.  Email: 
<mailto:hongyong at gate.sinica.edu.tw>hongyong at gate.sinica.edu.tw; 
website:http://botany.sinica.edu.tw/english/personnel/422-n.html

  August 6, 2002

Hongyong Fu

Assistant Research Fellow

Institute of Botany, Academia Sinica

Related Recent Publications:

1.      Fu, H., Sadis, S., Rubin, D.M., Glickman, M., van Nocker, S., 
Finley, D., and Vierstra, R.D. (1998). Multiubiquitin chain binding 
and protein degradation are mediated by distinct domains within the 
26S proteasome subunit, Mcb1. J. Biol. Chem. 273, 1970-1981.

2.      Fu, H., Doelling, J.H., Arendt, C.S., Hochstrasser, M., and 
Vierstra, R.D. (1998). Molecular organization of the 20S proteasome 
gene family from Arabidopsis thaliana. Genetics 149, 677-692.

3.      Fu, H., Girod, P.-A., Doelling, J.H., van Nocker, S., 
Hochstrasser, M., Finley, D., and Vierstra, R.D. (1999). Structure 
and function analyses of 26 S proteasome subunits from Arabidopsis. 
Mol. Biol. Rep. 26, 137-146.

4.      Girod, P.-A., Fu, H., Zyrd, J.-P., and Vierstra, R.D. (1999). 
Multiubiquitin chain binding subunit MCB1 within the 26S proteasome 
is essential for developmental progression in Physcomitrella patens. 
Plant Cell 11, 1457-1471. (P.-A.G. and H.F. contributed equally to 
this work).

5.      Fu, H., Doelling, J., Rubin, D.M., and Vierstra, R.D. (1999). 
Structural and functional analysis of the six regulatory particle 
triple-A ATPase subunits from the Arabidopsis thaliana 26S 
proteasome. Plant J. 18, 529-540.

6.      Fu, H., Reis, N, Lee, Y, Glickman, M., and Vierstra, R.D. 
(2001).  Subunit interaction maps for the regulatory particle of the 
26S proteasome and the Cop9 signalosome. EMBO J. 20, 7096-7107.




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