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Understanding RNA-based Regulation in Cells -Registration NOW open!!

SFB 902 Symposium – 29.+30.08.2018

Otto-Stern-Zentrum, Campus Riedberg

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Publication – Heilemann

Correlative Single-Molecule FRET and DNA-PAINT Imaging.

Deußner-Helfmann N, Auer A, Strauss MT Malkusch S, Dietz MS , Barth H, Jungmann R, Heilemann M.
Nano Lett., 2018 

Full publication here: Correlative Single-Molecule FRET and DNA-PAINT Imaging

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4. RMU-RNA SALON 2018

4. Mini-Symposium “Molecular mechanisms of posttranscriptional regulation” on methods to study processing, structure, and translation of mRNAs as well as non-coding RNAs in disease-related contexts.

Keynote Speaker:

  • Stefanie Dimmeler (ICR, GU Frankfurt) – non-coding RNAs

Guest speaker:

  • Veronika Herzog (IMBA, Vienna) – metabolic RNA-seq

more information available on the Homepage of the IMB, Mainz

Rolf Sammet Guestprofessorship 2018: Eric Westhof

RNA – Chemistry and Architecture
May 21—25 | 2018

 

more info: Sammet Homepage of the Goethe University

 

Guest Speaker – Konrad Förstner

Konrad Förstner, Head of the Core Unit Systems Medicine
Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg will give a talk titled:

Translating high-throughput sequencing data into biological insights

Thursday, 03th May 2018
17.15 pm

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Campus Botanischer Garten, N101/lecture hall 52

Guest Speaker – Kwaku Dayie

Kwaku Dayie
University of Maryland

What is the big deal about ‘invisible’ RNA conformational states in Biology?

Thursday, 29th March 2018
4.00 pm

Goethe-University Frankfurt

Campus Riedberg, N100/lecture hall B2

Guest Speaker – Dr. Sabine Brantl

Dr. Sabine Brantl
AG Bakteriengenetik, Universität Jena

Small RNAs and small peptides

Tuesday, 27th March 2018
3.00 pm

Goethe-University Frankfurt

Campus Riedberg, N100/lecture hall B2

IRTG Winter School

This year’s Winter School will take place in Altglashütten, Schwarzwald, from March 4th to 8th.

Exciting talks, fun in the snow and  intensive interactions will hopefully lead to an enjoyable event and, eventually, to successful PhD projects

Please register here

EMBO course – iCLIP: Genomic views of protein-RNA interactions

Dear friends of RNA,

we are happy to announce the third edition of our EMBO course “iCLIP: Genomic views of protein-RNA interactions’, which will take place at the CRG in Barcelona from June 3rd to June 9th, 2018.

The course is targeted to Junior researchers (mainly PhDs and Postdocs) who are interested in Protein/RNA interactions.

We would be grateful  if you could forward this email to interested colleagues.

Registration deadline is March 1st 2018.

You can find more info about the course here

RNA Club

Dear friends of RNA,

The next RNA Club will take place on February, 28th at 5 pm.

Room and program will be announced soon (www.rnaclub.de).

We hope to see you there and discuss over beer and Pizza.

Michaela & Beatrix

contact for more info:
Michaela Müller-McNicoll (Ph.D.)
http://www.bio.uni-frankfurt.de/52678296/Group

Guest Speaker – Dr. Zasha Weinberg

Dr. Zasha Weinberg
Department of Computer Science, Leipzig University

Computational discovery of novel classes of bacterial non-coding RNAs

Thursday, 8th February 2018
12.30 pm
TU Darmstadt, lecture hall: B261/102

Abstract: The discovery of new classes of non-coding RNAs (ncRNAs) can reveal information about the biological processes that involve these ncRNAs as well as yielding general insights into RNA biochemistry and gene regulation. Riboswitch RNAs directly sense a metabolite and regulate genes accordingly. We devised a strategy to find riboswitches that have evolved specificity to a new metabolite ligand. Such specificity changes are well known in proteins, but only a few examples are known in RNA. I will also describe a more general search strategy for novel structured ncRNAs on a multi-genome/metagenome scale. This search revealed 224 novel ncRNAs of various types. I will also show computational predictions that have been experimentally confirmed.

 

Publication – Prisner, Sigurdsson

A semi-rigid isoindoline-derived nitroxide spin label for RNA.

Gophane DB, Endeward B, Prisner T F, and Sigurdsson ST.
Org. Biomol. Chem, 2018 Advance Article.

Full publication here: A semi-rigid isoindoline-derived nitroxide spin label for RNA

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Publication – Süß

Riboswitching with ciprofloxacin—development and characterization of a novel RNA regulator

Groher F, Bofill-Bosch C, Schneider C, raun J, Jager S, Geißler K, Hamacher K, Süß B.
Nucleic Acids Research, 2018 Jan 13.

Full publication here: Riboswitching with ciprofloxacin—development and characterization of a novel RNA regulator

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Annual IRTG Symposium on RNA Biology

 

 

From Wednesday, Nov 15 to Thursday, Nov 16, the annual IRTG Symposium will take place in Friedrichsdorf/Taunus. Topics will cover all fields of RNA biology that are research areas within our CRC 902. The following Guest Speakers are presenting their research alongside members of our IRTG:

Nadine Schwierz-Neumann – MPI for Biophysics, Frankfurt
Niels Gehring – Universität zu Köln
Markus Wahl – Freie Universität Berlin
Renee Schröder – Max F. Perutz-Laboratories, Wien
Mario Mörl – Universität Leipzig
Jörg Hartig – Universität Konstanz
Christoph Dieterich – Uniklinikum Heidelberg
David Stanek – The Czech Academy for Sciences
Alfredo Castello – University of Oxford

Registration is now open via the following link.

Program:

Das Proteom aktiver Nervenzellen

Pressemitteilung

Das Proteom aktiver Nervenzellen

Max-Planck-Forscher entwickeln eine Technik, mit der sie neue Proteine in unterschiedlichen Zelltypen des Mäusegehirns messen können

Das Gehirn besteht aus einer Vielzahl unterschiedlicher Typen von Nerven- und Gliazellen. Da sie alle das gleiche Erbgut besitzen, muss diese Vielfalt auf den von ihnen gebildeten Proteinen beruhen. Für einen bestimmten Zelltyp konnte die Gesamtheit der Proteine – das sogenannte Proteom –bislang nicht bestimmt werden. Wissenschaftler der Max-Planck-Institute für Hirnforschung und für Biophysik in Frankfurt haben nun neue Methoden entwickelt, mit denen sie Änderungen im Proteom in einem bestimmten Zelltyp erkennen können. Sie veröffentlichen diese Ergebnisse und deren Bedeutung in der Zeitschrift Nature Biotechnology.

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2nd RMU-RNA Salon

On Wednesday, June 28, the Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, in association with the SFB 902 and the RNA Society, will host the 2nd RNA Salon of the Rhein-Main Universitäten Associacion. Keynote Speaker will be Erin Schuman of the MPI for Brain Research, who recently received her second ERC advanced grant.

Presenting Groups:

AG Legewie (IMB Mainz) – Modelling of Biological Networks

AG Preußer (BCI, JLU Gießen) – CircRNAs & Exosomes

AG Randau (MPI Marburg) – Small RNomics & RIP-seq

AG Roignant (IMB Mainz) – RNA Modifications

AG Schmidt (IBC1, GU Frankfurt) – Ribo-seq

AG Zarnack (BMLS, GU Frankfurt) – Computational RNA Biology

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Publication – Schwalbe, Sigurdsson

Impact of spin label rigidity on extent and accuracy of distance information from PRE data.

Schnorr KA, Gophane DB, Helmling C, Cetiner E, Pasemann K, Fürtig B, Wacker A, Qureshi NS, Gränz M, Barthelmes D, Jonker HRA, Stirnal E, Sigurdsson ST, Schwalbe H.
Nucleic Acids Research, 2017 May 12.

Full publication here: Impact of spin label rigidity on extent and accuracy of distance information from PRE data.

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