Akira Karasawa Molecular Medicine, Cornell University, USA
5 protocols

Alba Blesa Universidad Francisco de Vitoria
15 protocols

Christian Roth University of York
6 protocols

Edgar Soria-Gomez Faculty of Medicine and Nursery, University of the Basque Country
25 protocols

Editor
Beatrice Li
  • Post-Doc, University of Oxford
Research focus
  • Molecular biology
  • Structural biology of large cellular assemblies

Education

PhD, University of London, 2015

Lab information

Vakonakis Lab
http://www.bioch.ox.ac.uk/vakonakislab/

Publications

5 Protocols reviewed
Expression and Purification of Adeno-associated Virus Virus-like Particles in a Baculovirus System and AAVR Ectodomain Constructs in E. coli
Adeno-associated virus (AAV) is a promising gene therapy vector and the biophysical characterization of its interactions with host proteins is a critical foundation for engineering tissue targeting and immune escape. Presented here are protocols for ...
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Protocols for Processing and Interpreting cryoEM Data Using Bsoft: A Case Study of the Retinal Adhesion Protein, Retinoschisin
Author:  J. Bernard Heymann, date: 01/20/2020, view: 735, Q&A: 0
The goal of cryoEM is to determine the structures of biomolecules from electron micrographs. In many cases the processing is straightforward and can be handled with routine protocols. In other cases, the properties and behavior of the specimen ...
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2 Protocols edited
Preparation of Yeast tRNA Sample for NMR Spectroscopy
Authors:  Marjorie Catala, Alexandre Gato, Carine Tisné and Pierre Barraud, date: 06/20/2020, view: 447, Q&A: 0
Transfer RNAs (tRNAs) are heavily decorated with post-transcriptional modifications during their biosynthesis. To fulfil their functions within cells, tRNAs undergo a tightly controlled biogenesis process leading to the formation of mature tRNAs. In ...
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Enzymatic Construction of Protein Polymer/Polyprotein Using OaAEP1 and TEV Protease
Authors:  Yibing Deng, Shengchao Shi, Bin Zheng, Tao Wu and Peng Zheng, date: 04/20/2020, view: 959, Q&A: 0
The development of chemical and biological coupling technologies in recent years has made possible of protein polymers engineering. We have developed an enzymatic method for building polyproteins using a protein ligase OaAEP1 (asparagine ...
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