Emeritus Professor Mike Blackburn
Mechanism of phosphoryl transfer in kinases; providing a new understanding of the evolutionary inevitability of phosphates for their truly universal roles in the chemistry of life.
Emeritus Professor John Guest FRS
Gene cloning and molecular genetic analysis of bacterial enzymes, regulatory proteins and multienzyme complexes. Control of gene expression by oxygen and metabolic activities of genetically-manipulated organisms.
Emeritus Professor Pauline Harrison
Structure-function relationships in the iron-storage protein, ferritin. Structural and functional relationships among ferritins, di-manganese catalases and other dinuclear metal proteins.
Emeritus Professor of Biochemistry
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Interdisciplinary approaches to sustainable food security. Understanding photoprotection in plants; increasing crop yield by optimisation of photosynthesis; analysis of agri-food ecosystems
Emeritus Professor Anne Moir
The molecular biology of spore germination in Bacillus subtilis and in the Bacillus cereus family, and the structure and assembly of coats and exosporium. The role of sigma M in the stress-resistance of vegetative cells of B. subtilis.