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Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and Biomolecular Section

of the Laboratory of Chemical Physics

Expanding the capabilities of experimental techniques for probing structural and physical properties of molecules with central roles in biology and human disease.

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Millisecond Time-Resolved Solid-State NMR Reveals a Two-Stage Molecular Mechanism for Formation of Complexes between Calmodulin and a Target Peptide from Myosin Light Chain Kinase.
Jeon J, Yau WM, Tycko R.
J Am Chem Soc (2020 Dec 16) 142:21220-21232. Abstract/Full Text
Molecular structure of a prevalent amyloid-β fibril polymorph from Alzheimer's disease brain tissue.
Ghosh U, Thurber KR, Yau WM, Tycko R.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A (2021 Jan 26) 118. Abstract/Full Text
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Lab Members

From top left: Hsueh-Ying Chen, Ph.D., Robert Tycko, Ph.D., Jaekyun Jeon, Ph.D., Wai-Ming Yau, Ph.D., Blake Wilson, Ph.D., Myungwoon Lee, Ph.D., Kent Thurber, Ph.D., Masato Kato, Ph.D.
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