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Structural Biology Facility

Description:

The Structural Biology Facility is essential for the research programs of investigators who are studying the relationship between macromolecular structure and function or who are using protein structure as the starting point for structure-based drug design. The Structural Biology Facility is a unique resource at Northwestern University that capitalizes on the extensive expertise of a large group of users and regular access to the synchrotron radiation X-ray source the Advanced Photon Source (APS) at Argonne National Laboratories, Sector 21, the Life Sciences Collaborative Access Team (LS-CAT), which operates 3 beamlines, with a fourth beamline under construction. The facility also serves to nucleate the development of a local community with expertise in structural and computational biology.

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Contact:

Director:
Alfonso Mondragon, PhD
a-mondragon@northwestern.edu

Facility Manager:
Pamela J. Focia, PhD
focia@northwestern.edu

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Phone:
312.503.0848