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The supramolecular structure of the bacterial stress sensing platform unveils its mechanism of activation

The supramolecular structure of the bacterial stress sensing platform unveils its mechanism of activation

Mar 31
12 - 1 p.m.
Remote via Zoom
Speaker: 
Allison H. Williams
Sponsored by: 
Plant and Microbial Biology, Department of
Description: 
Allison Williams is a self-described structural microbiologist, interested in the interacting networks of bacterial nanomachines and how they sustain life through cellular communication. She is primarily interested in the molecular details of signal transduction and the assembly of the cell wall, that is carried out by complex nanomachines in pathogenic microorganisms.