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Biochemical Society Seminar-How Pyrophosphatase Works by Prof. Adrian Goldm...
Fri 27 January 2017, 12:30 – 14:00 GMT
Biochemical Society Seminar Series- Seminar #3
How Pyrophosphatase Works by Prof. Adrian Goldman
Prof. Adrian Goldman (University of Leeds and the University of Helsinki). His main interests are understanding the structure and the role of membrane proteins and membrane proteins systems as they represent more than 50% of current drug antibacterial targets. It is thus clear that membranes and the proteins embedded in/associated with them are key both biologically and medicinally. His work aims at spatial cellular/structural biology, and thus focuses on proteins and protein complexes that are at and close to the cell surface, looking at at neuronal protein interactions (e.g. GDNF-GFRα-RET, MANF, and neuronal LRR-proteins) and at host-pathogen interactions, such as those involving trimeric autotransporters, factor H and complement.
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