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Dr Manju Bansal   Manju Bansal (Indian Institute of Science, Molecular Biophysics Unit, India)
General scientific interests: biological crystallography, computer graphics, drug design, hydrogen bonding, macromolecular crystallography, membranes, molecular modelling, molecular recognition, nucleic acids, peptides, proteins, structural biology, structural chemistry, structure-activity relationships, teaching and education, viruses.
Detailed scientific research interests: biomolecular structures, comparative genomics, computer modelling, computer simulation of structure computer software, computer technology, nucleic acids sequence-structure, protein DNA interactions, protein structural motifs, structure analysis.
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Professor Jane Richardson   Jane Richardson (Biochemistry, Duke University, USA)
General scientific interests: computer graphics, macromolecular crystallography, nucleic acids, proteins, structural biology.
Detailed scientific research interests: Conformational changes and ensembles, Representations of macromolecular structure, RNA backbone conformation, RNA-protein complexes (e.g., ribosome), Structural bioinformatics: folds & motifs, Structure validation and improvement.
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Professor Jane Richardson   Jane Richardson (Biochemistry, Duke University, USA)
General scientific interests: computer graphics, databases, macromolecular crystallography, nucleic acids, proteins.
Detailed scientific research interests: Conformational changes and ensembles, Representations of macromolecular structure, RNA backbone conformation, RNA-protein complexes (e.g., ribosome), Structural bioinformatics: folds & motifs, Structure validation and improvement.
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