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Structural Biology

Argonne maintains a wide-ranging science and technology portfolio that seeks to address complex challenges in interdisciplinary and innovative ways. Below is a list of all articles, highlights, profiles, projects, and organizations related specifically to structural biology.

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  • Potent bacteria

    A special strain of soil bacteria has the paradoxical ability to produce highly toxic compounds to protect itself from other organisms without harming itself.
    This shows the crystal structure of the tnmS3 gene in complex with tiancimycin. The latter is a natural product that holds promise for new cancer drugs. The gene encodes proteins that allow bacteria to resist the effects of tiancimycins.
  • Karolina M. Michalska

    The primary interest of Dr. Michalska is structural biology with a focus on structure-function relationships in biochemical transformations.
  • Gyorgy Babnigg

    Dr Babnigg is interested in how biological systems work at the cellular, sub-cellular, and molecular level. More specifically, he is interested in signaling networks in eukaryotic and microbial systems.
  • Youngchang Kim

    Prof. Youngchang Kim is a structural biologist/crystallographer with an extensive background in protein purification and characterization.
  • Andrzej Joachimiak

    Andrzej’s current research focuses on proteins and protein-nucleic acid interactions and includes enzymes, transcription factors and molecular chaperones.
  • Phani R. Pokkuluri

    Dr. Pokkuluri has extensive experience in all aspects of protein crystallography.