The structural biochemistry section is divided into the following research groups:
The lab studies the biogenesis of proteins and their degradation under native conditions using cryo-electron microscopy techniques, protein-protein interactions and computational modeling.
We study bio-molecular recognition and regulation processes with emphasis on bio-medically important proteins, in particular in the area of infection and immunity.
Development of workflows for in situ structural biology including correlative light and electron microscopy, dual-beam sample preparation, and cryo electron tomography.
We focus on plasma and membrane proteins that are involved in the arrest of bleeding.
We focus on structural neurobiology with the emphasis on communication between cells in our brain.
Research focussed on the development of methods for accurate integration of X-ray diffraction data.
National Single Crystal X-ray Facility at Utrecht University which offers crystal structure determinations to synthetic chemists at universities, institutes and companies in The Netherlands.
The scientific interest of the group is in the molecular basis of fertilization
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