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MOTORS, MICROTUBULES AND ORGANELLE DYNAMICS
FRAGMENT-LINKING PEPTIDE DESIGN AT THE KINESIN-CARGO INTERFACE
Read about Jessica's application of a new 'mash-up' peptide design approach to develop a high-affinity kinesin-1 cargo adaptor ligand in Cell Chemical Biology.
A collaboration with the Woolfson Lab at Bristol and Steiner Lab at King's College London
JOIN US IN BRISTOL!
If you would like to come to work or study in this beautiful and vibrant city, please get in touch.
We are involved in a number of University of Bristol PhD programmes and current have funds available for scientists from cell biology, biophysics, structural or chemistry backgrounds interested in postdoctoral work in the lab.
READ ABOUT OUR WORK WITH ROBERTO STEINER ON Y-ACIDIC CARGO ADAPTORS in eLIFE
Stefano Pernigo and Magda Chegkazi show how kinesin-1 selects a novel cargo adaptor motif in an isoform specific manner
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