The focus of my research is to understand biological processes at the molecular level, and in particular to determine the threeâdimensional structures of individual molecules and macromolecular assemblies using X-ray crystallography.
I teach biochemistry to undergraduates studying for a degree in biology and also lecture on the theory and practice of protein crystallography to graduate students.
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et al., 2006, The elongator subunit Elp3 contains a Fe4S4 cluster and binds S-adenosylmethionine, Molecular Microbiology, Vol:59, ISSN:0950-382X, Pages:795-806
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