Mark E. Dumont, Ph.D. University of Rochester
Principal Investigatorwork Box 712 601 Elmwood Ave Rochester NY 14642 office: MC 3-6536 p 585-275-2466 f 585-275-6007 Mark_Dumont@urmc.rochester.edu Research Focus: Signal transduction; membrane protein structure, yeast molecular biology
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Graduate Studentwork Rochester NY P_Akshayalingam@urmc.rochester.edu Research Focus: An spFRET approach to study conformational changes in the anion exchanger OxlT
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- Guided reconstitution of membrane protein fragments. Biopolymers. 102, 16-29. (2014 Jan 01).
- Identifying functionally important conformational changes in proteins: activation of the yeast α-factor receptor Ste2p. J Mol Biol. 418, 367-78. (2012 May 18).
- Purification of transmembrane proteins from Saccharomyces cerevisiae for X-ray crystallography. Protein Expr Purif. 71, 207-23. (2010 Jun 01).