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1. Biophysical methods to study lanthanide-protein interactions
2. Genetically encoded sensors to study lanthanide biology
3. Spectrophotometric methods to determine the stability constants of lanthanide-macromolecule complexes
4. Lanthanide-based probes for amino acid modifications
5. In vitro selection and application of lanthanide-dependent DNAzymes
6. LRET biosensors for imaging protein interactions in living cells
7. Synthetic Modeling of the Structure and Function of the Lanthanide-Dependent, MDH Cofactor
8. EPR spectroscopy of lanthanides
9. Macromolecular crystallography for f-element complex characterization
10. Characterization of lanthanoid binding proteins using NMR spectroscopy
11. Infrared spectroscopy probes ion binding geometries
12. Isolation and characterization of new lanthanide-dependent methylotrophs
13. Mass spectrometry-based approaches to study lanthanides in the phyllosphere
14. Transposon mutagenesis for methylotrophic bacteria
15. Yttrium-86 PET imaging
16. Gadolinium spin labels
17. Applications of scandium complexes
18. Activity assays of methanol dehydrogenases
19. Protein expression in M. extorquens
20. Expression, purification and properties of enzymes involved in lanthanide-dependent alcohol oxidation: XoxF4, XoxF5, ExaF/PedH, XoxG4
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- 1st April 2021
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Joseph A. Cotruvo, Jr. is Assistant Professor, Louis Martarano Career Development Professor, Department of Chemistry Pennsylvania State University, PA, USA
Pennsylvania State University, PA, USA
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