The conference for the anniversary of 50 years from the creation of the Protein Data Bank took place from the 20th to the 22nd of October, organized by EMBL, with online participation. Of course our lab could not miss the Continue reading The Kastritis Lab in “Bringing Molecular Structure to Life: 50 years of PDB” Conference!
It is very nice that our paper got significant interest across media and newspapers, in the regional, national, and international levels! Some articles describing the work from my lab are listed below and can be found at >10 news agencies! Continue reading Our seminal paper on structural analysis of metabolons from native cell extracts rides the news!
I am feeling very proud and honored to have worked together with my team to publish this seminal work of us in Cell Reports. This work described for the first time the endogenous, full metabolon of pyruvate oxidation with cryoEM Continue reading The seminal lab paper is out! Visualizing metabolons from native cell extracts at unprecedented resolution!
I am pleased to inform our fans 🙂 that the laboratory received substantial funding for 3 years to hire 2 post-doctoral researchers and work in the fields of (a) cryoEM and (b) computational biology for COVID-19. We applied together with Continue reading CORONAmem grant received! Thank you BMBF for supporting our research in battling against COVID-19
Our paper is available as a pre-print in Biorxiv (https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/738724v1). In this work, we have determined the atomic structure of mouse apoferritin using the Glacios microscope. Its difference comparedd to other 200 keV microscope is its compact design, allowing the Continue reading Our paper on the 2.7 Å structure of apoferritin with the Glacios and the Falcon 3EC is available as a preprint!