Nettsider med emneord «Biochemistry»
Anti-microbial/bacterial peptides (AMPs) are widely distributed in nature; they are produced by bacteria, plants and a wide variety of animals - both invertebrates and vertebrates.
The Metalloprotein group combines different biochemical and biophysical methods to study the structure and function of metallo-, radical- and redox proteins.
The Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis (CEES) combines a broad spectrum of disciplines (such as population biology, statistical and mathematical modelling, and genomics) to foster the concept of ecology as a driving force of evolution via selective processes, with a corresponding influence of evolutionary changes on ecology.
The Structural Redox Biochemistry (ROX) group uses a combination of biophysical and biochemical methods to understand the structure and function of redox enzyme systems by using protein crystallography, enzyme kinetics, binding studies and different types of spectroscopies.