Seminars by DLZ

43. “Biosynthesis of fluorometabolites and the perplexing case of a missing molecule“, 100th, Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, Symposium on Fluorinated Molecules: Syntheses, Analysis, and Applications, June 2017, Toronto.

42. “New chemistry from the sea: Enzymatic cleavage of phosphonate CP bonds via CH bond activation“, 100th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition, Symposium on Reactivity in Organic and Biological Chemistry, June 2017, Toronto.

41. “Follow the chemistry: making and breaking odd-bonds with enzymes“. Molecular and Cellular Biology group, Department of Biology, Queen’s University, March 28th, 2017.

40. “Follow the chemistry: making and breaking odd-bonds with enzymes“. Department of Chemistry, University of Toronto, March 10th, 2017.

39. “Raising the dead: A cure for baldness and cryptic biosynthesis in Streptomcyes calvus”, International VAAM-Workshop 2016, Biology of Bacteria Producing Natural Products, Freiburg, Germany, September 2016. Plenary speaker.

38. “A cure for baldness and cryptic biosynthesis in Streptomcyes calvus“, Maritimes Natural Products Conference, Dalhousie University, Halifax, August 2016. Plenary speaker.

37. “Follow the chemistry: Making and breaking odd bonds with enzymes.” Trent University, March 2nd, 2016.

36. “Follow the chemistry: Making and breaking odd bonds with enzymes.” Wilfrid Laurier University Jan. 29th, 2016.

35. “A cure for baldness and cryptic biosynthesis in Streptomyces calvus.” Pacifichem 2015 – Biosynthesis of Natural Products symposium, Waikiki, USA, December 2015.

34. “A new oxidative pathway for enzymatic cleavage of phosphonate CP bonds.” 250th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Symposium celebrating Gordon Hammes Award recipient Frank Raushel, Boston, August, 2015.

33. “A cure for baldness and cryptic biosynthesis in Streptomyces calvus“. American Society of Pharmacognosy Annual Meeting, Copper Mountain, Colorado, USA, July 2015.

32. “Eliminating bottlenecks in natural product discovery: the role of TTA codons in the expression of biosynthetic pathways in Streptomyces.” Canadian Society for Chemistry national meeting, Natural Product Biosynthesis symposium, Ottawa, June 2015

31. “Raising the dead: cryptic biosynthesis in Streptomyces calvus“. Cellular and Molecular Biology group meeting, Dept. of Biology, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, January 2015.

30. “New chemistry from the sea: Enzymatic cleavage of phosphonate CP bonds via CH bond activation.” 20th International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry (ICPC), Dublin, Ireland, June 2014

29. “Mechanistic and structural analysis of a new di-iron dependent oxygenase that cleaves carbon- phosphorus bonds.” Canadian Society for Chemistry national meeting, Enzymology Session, Vancouver, June 2014

28. “New enzyme mechanisms for the cleavage of carbon-phosphorus bonds.” Canadian Society for Chemistry national meeting, Quebec, May, 2013.

27. “Expression and analysis of cryptic biosynthetic genes in Streptomyces.”, Canadian Society for Chemistry national meeting, Quebec, May, 2013.

26. “Advances in the structure and mechanisms of microbial enzymes that transform organophosphonates to phosphate” Dept. of Chemistry, York University, October, 2012.

25. “Necessity is the mother of invention: enzymatic cleavage of carbon-phosphorus bonds.” BioMOLAR Network, Dept. of Chemistry, University of Ottawa, April 2012.

24. “Waking the dead: Cryptic biosynthesis in Streptomyces calvus.” Depts. of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Dalhousie University, September 2011.

23. “Necessity is the mother of invention: enzymatic cleavage of carbon-phosphorus bonds.” Dept. of Chemistry, McMaster University, September 2011.

22. “Flavin-dependent enzymes in natural product biosynthesis.” Helmholtz Institute for Pharmaceutical Sciences (HIPS), Saarbrücken University, Germany, May, 2011.

21. “New frontiers in enzymatic organophosphonate degradation.” Biochemisches Institut, Universitat Zürich, Switzerland, March, 2011.

20. “Breaking up is hard to do: Analysis of bacterial enzymes involved in the metabolism of organophosphonates.” Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Freiburg, Germany, November, 2010.

19. “Halogenases: better living through ‘natural’ chemistry.” Canadian Society for Chemistry national meeting, Toronto, June, 2010.

18. “Oxidative Enzymes in Natural Product Biosynthesis.” Dept. of Biochemistry, University of Victoria, April, 2010.

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