Biochemistry and Structural Biology
Organisational unit: Division
The Department of Biochemistry and Structural Biology was created in 2010 after the merger of the Department of Biochemistry and the Department of Molecular Biophysics. The focus of research at the new Department is within some major areas of modern biochemistry and molecular biology. These include membrane protein structure and function; enzyme structure and function; molecular interactions and molecular assemblies; bio-electrochemistry; RNA, DNA and viruses; structural biology of enzymes and large macromolecular assemblies.
Recent research outputs
Ultrastructural evidence for self-replication of alzheimer-associated Aβ42 amyloid along the sides of fibrilsMattias Tornquist, Cukalevski, R., Weininger, U., Meisl, G., Knowles, T. P. J., Thom Leiding, Anders Malmendal, Mikael Akke & Sara Linse, 2020 May 26, In : Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 117, 21, p. 11265-11273 9 p.
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