Research in the Structural Biology and NMR Laboratory
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Birthe B. KragelundBy application of NMR spectroscopy, x-ray crystallography, protein engineering and biophysical techniques we seek to map mechanisms of interactions involved in i.e. receptor activation, cell division, signal transduction, immune activation and protein degradation.
Kresten Lindorff-LarsenThe primary tools used in our research are computational methods that we use to study the structure and dynamics of proteins. A particular focus is methods that combine experimental data from NMR spectroscopy with molecular simulations.
Kaare TeilumSlow conformational changes are of key importance to enzyme function. We use NMR spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction and computational methods to characterize, interpret and rationalize the effects of point mutations on the flexibility, stability and catalysis of enzymes in general.
Atlas of Science
A recent publication from the Linderstrøm-Lang Centre hosted at the Section for Biomolecular Sciences has been selected for publication in Atlas of Science. The paper describes how short intrinsically disordered protein regions, socalled SLIMs, can mediate protein-protein interactions in plant stress response regulation.