Hinds - Protein structure and interactions

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Mark HindsDr Mark Hinds

Associate Professor, College of Science, Health and Engineering

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A comprehensive understanding of the function of biological macromolecules necessitates a detailed knowledge not only of their molecular structure but also their interactions and dynamics. We can then discover how such biomolecules perform their role and target them in molecular design processes to modulate their action. I use Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) to investigate protein structure, function and dynamics.

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