(11-0127) Prof. Indraneel Ghosh, University of Arizona

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    • Thursday January 27, 2011
      3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
  • Location: MoSE G011
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Shirley Tomes
Chemistry & Biochemistry
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Full Summary: Prof. Indraneel Ghosh, University of Arizona When it Takes Three to Tango: Ternary Design Paradigms for Sensors and Inhibitors School Colloquium

Prof. Indraneel Ghosh, University of Arizona

When it Takes Three to Tango: Ternary Design Paradigms for Sensors and Inhibitors

The central motivation of our research program is to develop methodologies that have the potential for illuminating chemistry in a biological context. Towards his goal, I will describe new paradigms for designing supramolecular protein and peptide architectures that can serve as:

I)Turn-on split-protein sensors that are designed to respond to a variety of macromolecular targets. Our current targets include DNA, RNA, and proteins/enzymes.

II) Bivalent Inhibitors for selectively targeting protein surfaces, particularly protein kinases.

For more information contact Prof. Seth Marder (404-385-6048).

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  • Created On: Aug 15, 2010 - 8:00pm
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