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MACROM - Crystallography, Structure and Function of Biological Macromolecules

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UPC research group
Av. Diagonal, 647, Edifici H Open in new window
08028 Barcelona
http://macrom.upc.edu Open in new window
The main objective of the team is the study of biological macromolecules using crystallographic methods. Many synthetic oligonucleotide structures have been studied, which have provided information on new DNA forms (Hoogsteen, recombinants, superhelix, etc.).
The team also studies the structure and function of several proteins and drugs, as well as their interactions with DNA. The proteins and their variants are prepared directly from the tissue or by expression in procariotes. Site-directed mutagenesis is also used.
Biologia Molecular, Biopolímers, Biotecnologia, Clonació, Cristal.lografia, DNA, Difracció de raigs X, Enginyeria de proteïnes, Fàrmacs, Macromolècules, Mutagènesi dirigida, Nucleoplasmina, Oligonucleòtids, PCR, Protamines, Proteïnes
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  • Acosta Reyes, Francisco Javier
    (until 2014-09-30)
  • Chiva Royo, Manel
    (until 2011-05-22)
  • de Luchi, Daniela
    (until 2008-07-31)
  • Fonfria Subiros, Elsa
    (until 2011-12-31)
  • Millan Elias, Cinthia Raquel
    (until 2017-05-31)
  • Sanchez Giraldo, Raquel
    (until 2014-02-28)
  • Subirana Torrent, Juan Antonio (373)
    (until 2013-12-31)
  • Valls Vidal, Nuria
    (until 2004-12-31)

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  • Grup de Química Macromolecular

     Puiggali, J.; del Valle, LJ.; Franco, L.; Casas, M.; Campos, J.Lourdes; Aymami, J.; Saperas, N.; Diaz, A.; Valenti, S.; Rivas, M.; Keridou, I.
    Competitive project