"Mountains are awe-inspiring natural barriers.
The human spirit embraces their wonder, and finds a way through them."
My laboratory is addressing key questions in the assembly of tight junctions (TJs) using a bottom-up approach. Our tools are molecular and structural biology, protein engineering, biochemistry, biophysics, microbiology, cell biology, and physiology. Our objective is to understand biomolecular (self-) assembly of TJs, and function of its proteins’ structure and interactions. We aim to apply this knowledge to important problems in human health, biomolecular engineering, and nanotechnology.
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