News from 2015

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HARNESSING THE POWER OF AMAZON’S CLOUD IN A NEW ERA FOR STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY [LESCHZINER LAB]

(l) Andres Leschziner and Michael Cianfrocco Structural biology is currently undergoing a revolution: single-particle cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) has recently realized its potential for routinely determining the structures of…

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LIS1 [LESCHZINER LAB]

(l to r) Kat Toropova, Andres Leschziner,Sam Reck-Peterson, Sirui Zou and  (front row) Locksley Cytoskeletal motors are molecular machines that “walk” along the filaments that provide structural support…

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SWR1 [LESCHZINER LAB]

(l to r) Carl Wu, Vu Nguyen, Debbie Wei, Anand Ranjan, and Andres Leschziner Genome packaging is a universal process in eukaryotes.  In the smallest repeating unit of…

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DYNEIN PUTS ITS BEST FOOT FORWARD [LESCHZINER LAB]

(L to R) Sirui Zou, Bret Redwine, Andres Leschziner, Rogelio Hernandez-Lopez, and Samara Reck-Peterson, front row Locksley Walking takes an enormous amount of coordination. As your leading foot…

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D’SOUZA AND LESCHZINER PROMOTED TO ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Andres Leschziner Victoria D'Souza The Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology is pleased to announce the promotion of Victoria D'Souza and Andres Leschziner to Associate Professor. "The MCB…

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ANDRES LESCHZINER: LOOKING AT FLEXIBILITY OF MACROMOLECULES

Andres Leschziner What type of research might appeal to a young scientist whose interests span the elegance of chemistry and the excitement of biology? For Andres Leschziner, structural…

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