Lecture by Dr. Alex Fish from the Netherland Cancer Institute, entitled „DNA mismatch repairs: K27-linked diubiquitin inhibits UCHL3 via an unusual kinetic trap“ from the CAPSID Seminar Speaker Series, will take place on 15 October 2020 at 2 p.m. via online broadcasting via the ZOOM application.
Dr. Alexander Fish is a biophysical expert in Protein Facility at the Netherlands Cancer Institute. He collaborates with internal and external investigators working on different research projects.
His main responsibilities is biophysical analysis in all the available instruments, with a strong focus in experimental design and data analysis.
Within this project we focus on Intracellular signaling via the covalent attachment of different ubiquitin linkages to protein substrates because it is fundamental to many cellular processes. We have discovered that K27-linked diubiquitin inhibits UCHL3 via an unusual kinetic trap.
More information about lecture and registration on the project web site: https://capsid.vbcf.ac.at/events/
Funding programme of the CAPSID project: Interreg V-A Slovakia-Austria