QTHA Researchers represented at the Lorne Conference on Protein Structure and Function

QTHA researcher, A/Prof Andreas Hofmann, Griffith University, Eskitis Institute, will be presenting his collaborative research at the 36th Lorne Conference on Protein Structure and Function. Andreas has three posters on display at the conference:

"Comparative modelling and virtual screening of atypical (RIO) protein kinases from Haemonchus contortus"Download lornepostermodelling2011.pdf

"Point mutations in triose-phosphate isomerase of Giardia duodenalis" Download lornepostermutations2011.pdf

"Parasite anexins" Download lorneposteranexins2011.pdf

 

 

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