Steenbock Professor of Biomolecular Structure & Biochemistry
College of Agricultural & Life Sciences
In John Markley's Lab, the central research theme is the application of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy to the solution of biochemical problems. The unique power of NMR lies in its ability to provide detailed chemical and structural information at an atomic level about molecules in solution--even when they are present in living cells or organisms. The general strategy is to use multidimensional (2D, 3D, and 4D), multinuclear magnetic resonance techniques to detect and assign resonances from atoms of biological interest.
- Macromolecular structure
- Redox active proteins