Research Overview

We are a group active in structural biology and (a bit) in protein design. We use solution nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) as our principal technique and focus on proteins. We apply other biophysical methods to the study of proteins or protein-ligand interactions such as isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC), circular dicroism (CD), microscale thermoresis (MST) or fluorescence depolarization (FD). We usually produce the proteins by ourself, and hence we have a full equipped biochemistry lab.

The graphics below will give you an impression of the breath of our research. You will find more detailed descriptions and the relevant references on the linked webpages.

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Structure and Metal-Loading

of Metallothioneins