Meet Tatyana Igumenova, one of our many accomplished research faculty. Tatyana Igumenova’s Lab includes research focused on signal transduction, membrane proteins, lipid membranes, lipid-activated kinases, AGC kinases, protein structure and dynamics, protein ....
Texas A&M AgriLife describes new protein structures to aid rational drug design
Recent BCBP Graduate Awarded Prestigious Fellowship
Coming this summer: Cryo-electron microscopy resource for studying life at the molecular level
AgriLife Research continues quest for cure of Menkes Disease
- Plant Cell Surface Molecular Cypher: Receptor-Like Proteins and Their Roles in Immunity and Development
- The ubiquitous transcriptional protein ZNF143 activates a diversity of genes while assisting to organize chromatin structure.
- Genetic characterization of invasive house mouse populations on small islands
- Live Imaging and Analysis of Muscle Contractions in Drosophila Embryo.
- Efficacy of EGFR inhibition is modulated by model, sex, genetic background and diet: implications for preclinical cancer prevention and therapy trials.
- Detection and Identification of Fungal Infections in Intact Wheat and Sorghum Grain Using a Hand-Held Raman Spectrometer
- Induction of string rescues the neuroblast proliferation defect in trol mutant animals.
- Intragenic suppressor mutations that restore export of maltose binding protein with a truncated signal peptide.