Structural Biology & Protein Crystallography
at UC Irvine
UC Irvine has several research groups that are actively involved
in the area of Structural Biology & Protein Crystallography.
Available state-of-the-art instrumentation for x-ray crystallography includes
a Rigaku R-Axis IV imaging plate area detector with mirror optics, a Siemens
X-1000 multi-wire detector with mirror optics, SGI 3D-graphics workstations,
atomic force microscopes (AFM), and access to a local HP/Convex
Exemplar SPP2000 with 16 CPUs (HP PA-8000) with 2 GB main memory.
The labs specializing in x-ray crystallography are:
For more information the the Structural Biology Program, go
For further written information contact one of the above
Department of Molecular
Biology & Biochemistry
3205 Biological Sciences II
University of California,
Irvine, CA 92697-3900
or send email to email@example.com.
People interested in graduate studies in the field of
Engineering should also contact the Graduate
Program in Molecular Biology, Genetics, and Biochemistry at UC Irvine.