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December 17-18, 2010

Group retreat in Dobogókő

November 11, 2010

Mihály Kovács gives lecture at Symposium on Protein Flexibility at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

November 2, 2010

Máté Gyimesi gives lecture at Eötvös Collegium, Budapest

October 2, 2010

Paper published in J. Biol. Chem.: "Affinity, avidity and kinetics of target sequence binding to LC8 dynein light chain isoforms"

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September 13, 2010

Paper published in FASEB Journal: "Myosin cleft closure determines the energetics of the actomyosin interaction"

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August 26, 2010

Review article published in Trends in Biochemical Sciences: "Emerging complex pathways of the actomyosin powerstroke"

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August 26, 2010

Máté Gyimesi receives Prize of the Hungarian Biochemical Society

July 14, 2010

Paper published in FASEB Journal: "Functional adaptation of the switch-2 nucleotide sensor enables rapid processive translocation by myosin-5"

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June 30, 2010

Judit Gervai and Eszter Molnár receive B.Sc. in Biology at Eötvös University

June 27, 2010
Zsuzsa Kocsis and Kata Sarlós participate in EMBO Course in Transient kinetic methods applied to biological macromolecules, Canterbury, U.K.

May 13, 2010

Gábor Harami receives Student Excellence Award of Eötvös University

March 30, 2010

Group receives funding from Human Frontier Science Program

March 29, 2010

Paper published in PNAS: „Myosin complexed with ADP and blebbistatin reversibly adopts a conformation resembling the start point of the working stroke”

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March 8, 2010

Paper published in Nucleic Acids Research: „Processive translocation mechanism of the human Bloom's syndrome helicase along single-stranded DNA”

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February 1, 2010

Eszter Molnár joins group as B.Sc. project student

January 31, 2010
Paper published in Nucleic Acids Research: „Streamlined determination of processive run length and mechanochemical coupling of nucleic acid motor activities”

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January 13, 2010

Group participates in funded Hungarian Scientific Research Fund project

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