073: Gamblin lab
Created by Bing Xiao
Steve Gamblin’s lab at NIMR uses X-ray crystallography to study the structure and function of molecules involved in diseases such as influenza, diabetes and cancer. Our data have given invaluable insights into the functions of the proteins of interest and provided information for the development of therapeutic approaches. There have been many highlights, but the three structures chosen show the AMPK complex, haemagglutinin from influenza virus, and the chromatin modification enzyme Set7/9.