Molecular structures

As part of our molecular structures research staff explore the following areas:

  • Advanced mass spectrometry techniques for the analysis of biomolecular and chemical structure (Dr Helen Cooper)
  • Crystal structure of NfsB - a protein with potential for gene therapy of cancerHow do protein fibres form? (Dr Tim Dafforn)
  • Protein structure, function and kinetics: Use of biophysical techniques to optimise nitroreductase activity for cancer gene therapy and to examine DNA binding proteins (Dr Eva Hyde)
  • Structural and dynamic aspects of regulatory protein phosphorylation (Dr Barry Levine)
  • Structural Biology of Proteins, Enzymes and Macromolecular Complexes (Dr Scott White)
  • Understanding Cellular Organisation at the Atomic Level (Dr Peter Winn)