Identifying molecules and pathways critical for drug-resistance in cancer
Structure of the lytic transglycosylase of C. jejuni
J. Alan Diehl, Chair, Department of Biochemistry
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News
  • Publication from the van den Akker lab

    Congratulations to the van den Akker lab for their recent paper, "Turnover Chemistry and Structural Characterization of the Cj0843c Lytic Transglycosylase of…
  • Publication from the Licatalosi and Jankosky labs

    Congratulations to the Licatalosi and Jankowsky labs for their recent paper, "The kinetic landscape of an RNA-binding protein in cells" in Nature.  Previews of this…
  • Publication from the van den Akker lab

    Congratulations to the van den Akker lab for their recent paper, "Structural Characterization of Diazabicyclooctane β-Lactam “Enhancers” in Complex with Penicillin-…