Available projects with Biomolecular Sciences

The list is ordered alphabetically according to project title. Click the title to see details.

Bacterial Growth Rate Regulation and RNA decay
Supervisor(s): Sine Lo Svenningsen and Michael A. Sørensen

Characterization of the unconventional E2 enzyme Ube2j2, involved in non-lysine ubiquitination
Supervisor(s): Lars Ellgaard

Circularized nanodiscs for structural studies of membrane proteins
Supervisor(s): Lise Arleth (NBI) and Birthe Kragelund (SBiN-lab)

Codonbrug og betydningen af hurtigt-translaterede codons for transkription, translation og mRNA stabilitet
Supervisor(s): Steen Pedersen, Sine Lo Svenningsen

Designing new enzyme activities de novo
Supervisor(s): Jakob Winther

Disordered proteins in the ubiquitin-proteasome system
Supervisor(s): Rasmus Hartmann-Petersen

E. coli’s tryptophan attenuator – er der noget, vi ikke ved?
Supervisor(s): Steen Pedersen og Sine Lo Svenningsen

Enzyme design and evolution
Supervisor(s): Martin Willemoës

Expression, purification and structure determination of disulfide-rich cone snail toxins
Supervisor(s): Lars Ellgaard

FUZZINESS - Highly unstructured protein complexes studied by NMR spectroscopy
Supervisor(s): Birthe B. Kragelund

Gene regulatory and protein-protein interaction networks in stress and disease
Supervisor(s): Karen Skriver

Genetic selection for functional designed proteins
Supervisor(s): Jakob Winther

Luciferases - structure, function and biotechnology
Supervisor(s): Jakob Winther

Molecular mechanisms behind growth optimization and stress responses in bacteria
Supervisor(s): Sine Lo Svenningsen and Michael A. Sørensen

Oxidative folding of disulfide-rich cone snail toxins
Supervisor(s): Lars Ellgaard

Protein sequence-function relationship studies by means of genetics and chemical biology
Supervisor(s): Jakob Winther

Regulated intracellular protein degradation to counter disease
Supervisor(s): Rasmus Hartmann-Petersen

Requirement for Dam DNA-methyltransferase for the host-range of the Shiga-toxin-encoding bacteriophage 933W.
Supervisor(s): Anders Løbner-Olesen, Sine Lo Svenningsen

Structural destabilization as a trigger for hereditary disease
Supervisor(s): Rasmus Hartmann-Petersen

Structure and function of membrane proteins in detergent-free systems
Supervisor(s): Henriette Elisabeth Autzen

The attenuation mechanism for regulating the trp operon of E. coli may have components not described in your textbook
Supervisor(s): Steen Pedersen

Transfer of antibiotic resistance in human pathogens
Supervisor(s): Hanne Ingmer (HI@sund.ku.dk) and Sine Lo Svenningsen (SLS@bio.ku.dk)

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