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Chromatin structure and epigenetics - Shared screen with speaker view
Carly Ziegler
55:27
If you have any questions for Mariana, please feel free to submit them to the chat.
David Eliezer
01:06:04
I may have missed this, but do you have at this point any indication of how these changes in histone modifications eventually couple to changes in protein aggregation?
Katie Mouzakis (she/her)
01:08:35
Excellent talk, Mariana! I am really excited about the work you are doing with students and the transfer cohort
Yael David
01:09:07
Great talk Mariana!!
Carly Ziegler
01:12:50
If you have any questions for Andrew, please feel free to submit them to the chat.
Mariana Torrente
01:13:13
Thank you all for listening! Please drop me a line at mariana.torrente@brooklyn.cuny.edu, and follow us on Twitter @LabTorrente
David Eliezer
01:13:29
Very nice talk Mariana!
Mariana Torrente
01:29:59
Great talk Andrew!
Laura Kiessling
01:30:27
Really impressive research. Great opportunities for undergraduates.
Katie Mouzakis (she/her)
01:30:44
Wonderful talk, Andrew!!
Benjamin Emenike
01:30:47
Great talk Andrew !!
Jennifer Heemstra
01:31:39
Fantastic talks, Mariana and Andrew!!
ACS Publications Events
01:32:08
Thank you everyone, we will return at 3:55 PM after a quick break
Andrew Kennedy (he/him)
01:34:17
Thanks everyone for listening to my student’s work! If you want to connect you can send me an email akennedy@bates.edu or message me on twitter @Prof_AJKennedy
ACS Publications Events
01:38:59
Stay tuned for the networking / breakout room session to talk to all speakers at 4:30!
Carly Ziegler
01:44:13
If you have any questions for Yael, please feel free to submit them to the chat.
Jennifer Heemstra
01:51:05
Beautiful talk! Do you know what drives the fate of glycated sites - whether they are deglycated, or converted to methyl or citrulline?
David Eliezer
01:52:27
Very nice Yael! DJ-1 is a Parkinson’s associated protein.. given what we heard about epigenetic in ALS, do you think it plays a role in PD as well?
Mariana Torrente
01:52:53
Excellent talk Yael! Such a tantalizing hypothesis regarding non-enzymatic changes and disease, have you discovered any links between non-enzymatic mods and cellular processes?
Laura Kiessling
01:53:59
Glycation: I was also wondering whether you ever see direct cross-links between the protein and the chromosomal DNA? That would require more significant repair…
Laura Kiessling
01:55:35
Also—would be cool if glycation was linked to O-GlcNAc…
Stephan Hacker
01:57:51
Great talk, Yael! Really impressive research. I especially like the work on the reactivity of the glyoxal-based compounds and on the tools to study glycation.
Katie Mouzakis (she/her)
01:58:12
Wonderful talk, Yael!
Yael David
01:58:41
Thank you so much Stephan! I’m so happy you liked it!
Yael David
01:59:30
Thank you for the great questions and comments! Feel free to reach out at davidshy@mskcc.org for more questions and clarifications :)
Carly Ziegler
02:00:19
If you have any questions for Srinivas, please feel free to submit them to the chat.
Katie Mouzakis (she/her)
02:12:52
Great talk, Srinivas!
ACS Publications Events
02:13:11
Now we’ll start the networking break!Please choose a breakout room for one of our speakers: Marianna Torrente, Andrew J. Kennedy, Yael David, Srinivas Ramachandran.*If you have any troubles, please stay or return to the main lobby and send a note in the chat*
Laura Kiessling
02:13:20
Thanks for these great talks.
ACS Publications Events
02:13:39
Rooms are now open!
Katie Mouzakis (she/her)
02:13:48
If you need help getting into a breakout room, just let us know and we can assign you