Epigenetic Switch involving NF-kB, Lin28, Let-7 microRNA, and Interleukin 6 that links Inflammation

Speaker

Sam Baker, Lahn Lab

Date

August 10, 2011, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Location

GCIS
W301

Description

CABI-JC An Epigenetic Switch involving NF-kB, Lin28, Let-7 microRNA, and Interleukin 6 that links Inflammation to Cellular Transformation


Submitting Unit: Committee on Cancer Biology
Type of Event: Journal Club
Date of Event: Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Start Time: 12:00 PM
End Time: 1:00 PM
Building: Gordon Center for Integrative Science, Room W301

Name of Series, Lectureship, Ceremony:
CCB Journal Club

Title of talk or presentation:
An Epigenetic Switch involving NF-kB, Lin28, Let-7 microRNA, and Interleukin 6 that links Inflammation to Cellular Transformation

Speaker’s Name and Degrees:
Sam Baker

Speaker’s Institutional Affiliation:
Lahn Lab

Description:
COMMITTEE ON CANCER BIOLOGY
JOURNAL CLUB

Wednesday, August 10th , 2011
GCIS W301
12:00pm - 1:00pm

An Epigenetic Switch involving NF-kB, Lin28, Let-7 microRNA, and Interleukin 6 that links
Inflammation to Cellular Transformation

Iliopoulos, D., Hirsch, H.A., and St An epigenetic switch involving NF-?B, Lin28,
Let-7 microRNA, and interleukin 6 that links inflammation to cellular transformation. ruhl, K. (2009).
Cell 139 693-706.

Presented By:
Sam Baker, Graduate Student
Committee on Cancer Biology
Lahn Laboratory


~ Copies of the paper will be available ~


Contact Name
Biomedical Sciences Cluster

Contact Email
beaudreau@bsd.uchicago.edu

Contact Phone
7737021857

 

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