I'll be giving a talk on Thursday

Seminar Series of the CIHR Training Grant in Protein Folding

Dr. Alexander Palazzo
Department of Biochemistry
University of Toronto

Specialized Nuclear Export of mRNA Encoding Secreted and Mitochondrial Proteins

Thursday, November 12, 2008 - 12:15pm
Medical Sciences Building, Rm. 4279
University of Toronto

I'll see you there


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