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Dr. Alexis Rohou and Prof. Erdmann Spiecker
Transient receptor potential (TRP) channels are polymodal molecular sensors involved in numerous physiological processes and implicated in various human diseases. Among the melastatin subfamily of TRP channels, TRPM7 stands out as a master regulator of the organismal balance of divalent...
Dr. Kirill Nadezhdin
Immunoglobulin (Ig) heavy chain classes, including IgA and IgM in mammals, birds and reptiles, and IgM and IgT in teleost fish, can be assembled into polymeric antibodies of varying composition, size and shape. While it has long been clear that...
Sept. 28, 2023 NIH Webinar Announcement
Specimen preparation remains a bottleneck for cryo-EM, despite recent advancements that are addressing the challenges. Traditional plunge-freeze methods often result in complications like aggregation or preferred orientations at the air/water interface. Alternative methods lack a universal solution, requiring multiple techniques...
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Dr. Kennth Childers
Neisseria gonorrhoeae (Ngo) and Neisseria meningitidis (Nme) are obligate human pathogens that cause gonorrhea and meningitis, respectively. Although vaccines are available for Nme, they are not universally effective; there are no vaccines against Ngo. To make matters worse, the rapid...
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Proteins represent the most versatile building blocks available to living organisms or the laboratory scientist for constructing multi-component machines and functional materials. Our lab has been interested both in understanding the functioning of such macromolecular protein machines generated through natural...
Prof. Akif Tezcan