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The image shows which parts of the GlpG protein are the first to fold in the transition state (TS). The greener it is, the more coloured it gets. White shows that there is no structure in the TS, while red shows that this part of the protein has ‘overfolded’. Left: the actual 3D structure of the protein. Right: here the individual amino acid residues are shown in a model overview of the protein, where all 6 transmembrane helices (TM1–6) are visible, as well as the two helices (H1–2) and the loop, which is sticking out of the cell membrane.

2015.06.10 | Research News

Ground breaking study on membrane protein folding

Most detailed description of how membrane protein folds

Thomas Vosegaard by the NMR spectrometer

2015.06.02 | Research News

Opening of new large-scale NMR equipment

The Danish Center for Ultrahigh-Field NMR Spectroscopy was inaugurated on June 3.

Henrik Birkedal

2015.05.22 | Awards, Research News

Lundbeck Grant to Henrik Birkedal

Associate Professor Henrik Birkedal, iNANO & Department of Chemistry, has received a grant from the Lundbeck Foundation in the sum of DKK 1.575.000 for the research project Smart Bioadhesives Based on Mussel Chemistry. Read more about the research in iNANO annual report 2011 (p20).

2015.05.18 | Research News

New CO2 Fixation Work Published in Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.

Researchers at the Carbon Dioxide Activation Center (CADIAC), which is located at iNANO and the Department of Chemistry have recently published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition.

2015.03.27 | Research News

Kurt Gothelf receives EU grant

within the research area of synthetic biology

Stig Friis, Thomas L. Andersen and Troels Skrydstrup

2015.02.06 | Research news

New Isotope-Labelling Technique Published in JACS

Collaboration between researchers at iNANO and Aarhus University Hospital published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.

2015.02.04 | Research News

Work from Henrik Birkedal's group

Cover of Crystal Growth & Design

2015.02.04 | Research News

Philip Hoffman & Jeppe V. Lauritsen

Let the electrons spin

2015.01.30 | Course

iNANO Talent

Energy conversion and green technology

Professor Jørgen Kjems, the new director of iNANO. Photo: Lars Kruse, AU Communication

2015.01.21 | Research News

Prof. Jørgen Kjems Appointed Director of iNANO.

Acting Director since 2014

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