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Structure of Filamentous Phage Particles and Their Components

Stanley J. Opella

Stanley J. Opella

Professor
University of California, San Diego

Dr. Opella:

  • Developed solid-state NMR for structural studies of intact virus particles
  • Determined the atomic-resolution structures of the coat proteins in fd and Pf1 bacteriophage particles
  • Determined the structure of the membrane bound form of fd coat protein in micelles and in phospholipid bilayers.
  • Determined the structures of several peptide epitopes displayed on the N-terminus of fd coat protein. This was done in collaboration with Richard Perham.
  • Earlier he collaborated with Lee Makowski on neutron diffraction and NMR studies of Pf1 coat protein structure and assembly.

Speaking in the special symposium on Phage Nanobiotechnology.


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