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Dr Christian Biertumpfel   Christian Biertümpfel (MPI of Biochemistry, Am Klopferspitz 18, Germany)
General scientific interests: antibodies, biological crystallography, catalysis, cryocrystallography, crystal growth, drug design, enzymes, macromolecular crystallography, molecular recognition, nucleic acids, proteins, structural biology, structure determination, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: DNA polymerases, DNA recognition, DNA recombination, DNA repair, DNA repair enzymes, DNA-modifying enzymes, protein-DNA interaction, structure-based vaccine design, translesion synthesis.
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Professor Keiichi Fukuyama   Keiichi Fukuyama (Department of Biology, Osaka University, Japan)
General scientific interests: catalysis, macromolecular crystallography, metalloproteins, viruses.
Detailed scientific research interests: DNA repair enzymes, electron transfer proteins, membrane protein complexes, metalloenzymes, protein crystallography.
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Dr Barry Phipps   Barry Phipps (75 Rockbluff Close NW, Calgary, Canada)
General scientific interests: drug design, electron diffraction, macromolecular crystallography.
Detailed scientific research interests: bacterial surface proteins, calcium-binding proteins, dna repair proteins, proteinases, thermophilic enzymes.
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Professor Gil Shoham   Gil Shoham (Institute of Chemistry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
General scientific interests: drug design, macromolecular crystallography, metalloproteins, microgravity, structural biology.
Detailed scientific research interests: computer modelling, DNA repair enzymes, enzyme inhibitors, Glycoside Hydrolases, Glycosynthases, macrocycles, macromolecules, metallo-enazymes, protein crystallization, proteinases.
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Dr John A. Tainer   John A. Tainer (Molecular Biology Department MB4, The Scripps Research Institute, USA)
General scientific interests: anomalous dispersion, biological crystallography, catalysis, computer graphics, computing, cryocrystallography, data collection and processing, databases, drug design, electron microscopy, enzymes, instrumentation, macromolecular crystallography, membranes, metalloproteins, molecular recognition, nucleic acids, small-angle scattering, structural biology, structure determination, structure-activity relationships, synchrotron radiation, teaching and education, X-ray diffraction, X-ray optics.
Detailed scientific research interests: aging, bacterial pili, cancer, cell cycle control, DNA-repair enzymes, drug design, infectious dieseases, inhibitor design, metalloenzymes, neurodegenerative diseases, protein crystallography, protein design, protein engineering, reactive oxygen control.
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Dr Yuriko Yamagata   Yuriko Yamagata (270-5 Tokuyoshi, Kawaharacho , Tottori, Japan)
General scientific interests: proteins, structural biology, time-resolved studies, X-ray diffraction.
Detailed scientific research interests: DNA repair enzymes, protein complex.
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