Lupus and Snurps: Bench to Bedside and Back Again
Joan Steitz (Sterling Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry, Yale University and recipient of Dickinson's Joseph Priestley Award) will trace the origins of our understanding of how small cellular particles contribute to the critical process of splicing and relate this knowledge to today’s quest for treatment of splicing diseases, such as Lupus.
lupus, small cellular particles, splicing, splicing diseases, medical treatment, snRNPs
Medical Biochemistry | Medical Biophysics
Steits, Joan. "Lupus and Snurps: Bench to Bedside and Back Again." Ensemble video, 01:17:26. April 18, 2013. https://ensemble.dickinson.edu/Watch/r9W5XpEx