[Bioforum] Re: Bioforum Digest, Vol 65, Issue 2

Xu, Shuang via bioforum%40net.bio.net (by xus from neb.com)
Thu Sep 30 12:11:10 EST 2010


Dear Sir,

Please include this conference information in the next issue of Bioforum
report. Thank you very much!

Dr. Shuang-yong Xu
Senior Scientist
Editor, PLoS One
New England Biolabs, Inc.
240 County Road
Ipswich, MA 01938
Phone: 1-978-380-7287
Fax: 1-978-921-1350
email: xus from neb.com




Enzyme Conference 2011
Nankai University, College of Life Sciences, Tianjin, China.
Time: June 19 ­ 24, 2011
Meeting web site: http://nankaienzyme.org (under construction)
Prof. Zhangyong Hong, phone: 86-15022189440,  hongzy from nankai.edu.cn.
Dr. Shuang-yong Xu (USA), 1-978-380-7287; xus from post.harvard.edu
 
Conference topics: Nucleic acid enzymes, enzyme design and catalytic
mechanism (2 days); Enzymes in human disease and in diagnostic applications,
enzymes as drug or drug target, engineering enzymes in metabolic pathways (2
days)


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> We have been trying to do tricine gels and have been running the gels
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