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The figure (A-D) illustrates the process from raw electron micrographs showing individual protein molecules (green boxes) to the building of a protein model. Image by Milena Timcenko

2019.08.01 | People , Research news, Publication

Researchers at DANDRITE and collaborative partners have used cutting-edge electron microscopy to reveal the first structures of the P4-ATPase lipid flippase; a crucial protein for cell viability

PhD-student Milena Timcenko and Assistant Professor Joseph A. Lyons give an insight into their recently published article in the renowned journal Nature “Structure and autoregulation of a P4-ATPase lipid flippase”.

Dr. Irep Gözen. Photo by Oda Hveem
PhD student Elif Köksal. Photo by Kristin Ellefsen
Photo: Spontaneously formed protocells, which resemble balloons anchored to a surface by a network of nanotubes. Image is visualized by 3D confocal microscopy by Elif Köksal.

2019.07.26 | People

NCMM-EMBL Group Leader Irep Gözen works within chemical life sciences, bionanotechnology and membrane systems

Dr. Irep Gözen has a PhD in chemistry from the Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, and was previously a postdoctoral researcher in Professor Vinothan Manoharan’s group at Harvard University. She joined NCMM as head of the Bionanotechnology and Membrane Systems Group in 2016. She also holds an adjunct associate professor position at the…

2019.07.09 | News from the management, People

Group Leader position at NCMM

NCMM offers a Group Leader position with a start-up package in Precision Medicine

Dr Ellen Bushell. Photo: MIMS

2019.07.02 | People

Introducing MIMS-EMBL Group Leaders: Ellen Bushell - Parasite-host interactions that govern malaria infection and disease

Dr Bushell, who is originally from Umeå, joined MIMS as a group leader from the Wellcome Sanger Institute near Cambridge in Autumn of 2018

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