Structural biology: Enzyme–chromatin complex visualized

Structural biology: Enzyme–chromatin complex visualized Jürg Müller & Christoph W. Müller Affiliations Corresponding authors Nature 514, 572–573 (30 October 2014).  doi:10.1038/514572a Published online  29 October 2014 Article tools PDF Citation Rights & permissions Article metrics The structure of an enzyme that is bound to a nucleosome — a protein complex around which DNA is wrapped —…

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2014 CEGR Fall Retreat

The principal investigators for the Center for Eukaryotic Gene Regulation, specifically Dr. Mahony, Dr. Bai, Dr. Wang, Dr. Gilmour, Dr. Reese, Dr. Pugh, Dr. Hardison, Dr. Llinas, Dr. Showalter, and Dr. Tan, all collaborate to have a Fall outing.  They provide for this event each Fall in order to have the newer graduate students, new…

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Chemist uses giant spectrometer to speed drug development

Chemist uses giant spectrometer to speed drug development Instrument emits powerful magnetic field to study disordered proteins Lauren Ingram August 4, 2014 A pro at navigating the labyrinthine hallways in the Chemistry Building, Scott Showalter, associate professor of chemistry, maneuvers from his office, class and a handful of laboratories throughout the day. But it’s one…

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Showalter Receives the Inaugural Eastern Analytical Society New Faculty Award in NMR Spectroscopy

Showalter Receives the Inaugural Eastern Analytical Society New Faculty Award in NMR Spectroscopy Scott Showalter 12 November 2012 Scott Showalter, an assistant professor of chemistry, has been selected by Agilent Technologies as the recipient of the inaugural Eastern Analytical Society New Faculty Award in Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy. The award recognizes outstanding contributions by…

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