Defensins Labs

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Last updated: 3rd February 2010

InvestigatorInstitutionResearch Interest
Zasloff MichaelGeorgetown University Medical CenterDiscovery and development of antimicrobial peptides
Yu Pak-Lam Biotechnology Group - Institute of Technology and Engineering - Massey University New ZealandActions of defensins on bacterial and fungal pathogens using atomic force microscopy. Phylogenetic relationship of beta-defensins from avian and mammalian sources.
Yamakawa MinoruInnate Immunity Research Unit - National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences - Tsukuba, JapanFunctional characterization of antimicrobial peptides (and their analogs) of arthropods, such as the defensins in the rhinoceros beetles Allomyrina dichotoma and Oryctes rhinoceros, in the silkworm Bombyx mori, and in the soft tick Ornithodoros moubata.
Vogel Hans J. Structural Biology Research group - Department of Biological Sciences - University of Calgary Structure-function analysis of antimicrobial peptides
Verma ChandraBiomolecular Modelling and Design - Bioinformatics Institute SingaporeComputational structure-function studies and design of defensins and analogues
Tossi Alessandro Department of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Macromolecular Chemistry - University of Trieste - ItalyModes and mechanisms of action and evolution of primate beta-defensins (and cathelicidins).
Torres Allan M. School of Molecular and Microbial Biosciences - University of SydneyDefensin-like peptide from platypus venom
Thomma Bart P.H.J. Arabidopsis Molecular Phytopathology - Wageningen university
Thevissen KarinPlant-Fungi Interactions Group - Centre of Microbial and Plant Genetics - Department of Microbial and Molecular Systems - Katholieke Universiteit Leuven - BelgiumInteractions between antifungal peptides and fungal sphingolipids.
Taylor DeMarGraduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences - University of Tsukuba - JapanFunctional characterization of antimicrobial peptides and other proteins in ticks, such as the defensins in the soft tick Ornithodoros moubata.