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Biochemistry seminar – Dr Matthias Fellner

Undergraduate students, Postgraduate students, Staff
Event type
School of Biomedical Sciences

Join for a journey through ongoing projects at the Fellner laboratory.

Stories about colourful (protein) crystals that reveal atomic secrets while others drive a hard bargain to reveal anything useful causing only misery.

In this talk I will cover recent (protein) crystal successes targeting active site serine residues in Staphylococcus aureus and Klebsiella pneumoniae, as well as a specific proline residue in a mysterious human cytokine.

Another story will update on the progress of fighting climate change one protein at a time with new crystal discoveries that provide insight into how we could make a critical chemical in bacteria rather than via the petrochemical industry.

Yet another tale will summarise efforts to uncover how our gut differentiates friend from foe, while the last spiel will introduce you to a universal protein family that doesn’t want to play crystal ball.

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Meeting ID: 977 5670 4741
Password: bioc



Department of Biochemistry


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