Albert Berghuis

Research Interests

  • Various research programs are being pursued in the Berghuis lab. However, all programs share a common theme in that they use structural biological approaches to examine interactions between enzymes and small molecules (e.g. substrates, cofactors, inhibitors). The principal technique used for these studies is X-ray crystallography, complemented with small-angle X-ray scattering, electron microscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, enzymology and computational chemistry tools.

Current Research Projects

  •  Structural biological studies of anti-microbial resistance mechanisms for advancing new anti-infective therapies.
  • Structural biological studies of Bayer-Villigr monooxygenases for green chemistry applications.

Tools and Expertises

  • X-ray diffraction/ scattering techniques, enzyme kinetics, computational modeling.

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