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We are delighted to initiate this collaboration with Viva Biotech, a world leader in structural biology of GPCRs, said Graham Dixon, Chief Scientific Officer at Addex Therapeutics.
A new type of lab has been created to utilize near-atomic resolution microscopy and other structural biology technologies to help accelerate important medical discoveries relating to global health challenges, such as cancer and HIV/AIDS.
7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health in support of his work to establish the Membrane Protein Structural Biology Consortium (mpsbc.
The structural biology unit is being established as a joint initiative between the schools of chemistry and biosciences.
Structural Biology of Bacterial Pathogenesis Gabriel Waksman, Michael Caparon, and Scott Hultgren, editors American Society for Microbiology Press, Washington, DC, 2005 ISBN: 1555813011 Pages: 326; Price: US $115.
Composed of a group of scientists from disciplines including mathematics, research medicine, and structural biology, the center's programs and activities are centered on both basic and applied research in computational molecular biology.
Gilliland (1986-present) Protein crystallography, protein engineering, structural biology, structural biology databases (Biological Macromolecule Crystallization Database and Protein Data Bank).
One of these DNA-omatics not only cuts like a pair of scissors, it looks like one too, report researchers in the February NATURE STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY.