Protein crystallography is the best method to determine the atomic structure of protein molecules, in order to elucidate the molecular mechanism of highly organized biological systems. Our main aim of research is X-ray structure determination of the biological macromolecular assemblies including membrane protein complexes. Current Research Projects are “Structural studies of photosynthetic membrane protein complex and related redox enzymes”, “Crystal structure analysis of dynein motor” and “High resolution and damage-free structure analysis of metalloproteins”.

WHAT’S NEW


2019.4.

New members join our group.  Welcome!


2019.3.

Five Master course students finished the course. Mr. Hamaoka graduated from Scool of Science. Congratulation!


2019.3.

Prof. Matthias Rögner from RUB visited us.


2018.11.

Prof. Peter Knight from Leeds visited us.


2018.07.

Anna joins our group as a short-term exchange student from Germany.


2018.05.

Vida joins our group as a short-term exchange student from Germany.

Welcome to Protein Crystallography Lab.

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