There are currently six research groups at the University of Oslo working with structural biology:
The group of Ute Krengel is interested in studying the molecular structures of proteins of medical importance, with special interest in protein-carbohydrate interactions and enzymes.
Structural studies of chromatin. Combines protein crystallography, cryo-EM and HDX-MS.
Interest in enzymes involved in DNA repair, with focus on excision repair and DNA glycosylases.
Interest in understanding the structure and function of redox protein systems by combining protein crystallography and spectroscopic techniques.
Structure-function of integral membrane proteins and structure-based drug design.
Studies molecular interactions of lipid membranes with peptides and drug-molecules by scattering methods.