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The Art of Designing Electron Transfer and Catalytic Metalloproteins: The 2018 Haworth Lecture

Haworth Building - Lecture Theatre 101
Friday 31 August 2018 (14:00-15:00)

Professor Pecoraro’s group has worked extensively to understand the role of metals in biological systems via a technique called de novo protein design, which attempts to build proteins “from scratch”. This  bottom-up approach aims to understand the properties of proteins from first principles.

Prof. Pecoraro’s group has also  discovered a new class of metal chelating agents that have been named metallacrowns based on the structural similarity of these materials to organic crown ethers.

For more information about Prof. Pecoraro’s group, please follow the link below:

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