Laboratory of biotesting.WHAT IS BIOTESTING? As a result of its pollution the water gets its new property – the toxicity. Biotesting is usually known as a determination of water integral toxicity using different test objects.
The laboratory is involved in the studies of proteases performing various regulatory functions in intracellular proteolysis (ATP-dependent protease Lon) and protein processing (enteropeptidase, duodenase, HIV-1 protease). Special emphasis is placed on the mechanisms of selective substrate recognition, structures of active sites, role of intermolecular interactions in enzyme functioning, and such a phenomenon as coupling between ATP hydrolysis and proteolysis.
The activities of the Laboratory Experimental and Computational Biology (LECB) fall into several broad areas: macromolecular structure and function; membrane structure and function; immunology; phamacokinetics and computational and modeling methodology.
The Oxylipin Laboratory was organized in 1997 on the basis of Research Group of Prostaglandins and Leukotrienes. In our laboratory we focus on investigation of the system: eicosanoid receptors – cascade of polyenoic acids and ways of its directed modulation with modified eicosanoids (PGs and different LO products) and other lipids.
The laboratory of Plant Biochemistry and Photobiology (LPBP), ex-LPPBP, which is directed by C. A. Rebeiz, is a research unit of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences (NRES) within the College of Agricultural Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES), University of Illinois, Urbana Campus. It was founded with a mission of studying the chemistry and biochemistry of the GREENING PROCESS.
At the Laboratory of Protein Chemistry, headed by Corresponding Member of RAS, Prof. Valery M.Lipkin, the structure and the molecular mechanism of functioning of wide variety of proteins are investigated.The Laboratory basis in Branch of Shemyakin&Ovchinnikov Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry Russian Academy of Scinces. The main directions of research in the laboratory and group are structure-functional studies of vertebrate visual system proteins.
The main scientific goals of the Laboratory are: development of theoretical and computer methods for genome analysis; theoretical and computer-assisted studies of fundamental molecular-genetic processes, such as transcription, splicing, translation, mutations and recombinations; theoretical and computer studies of regulatory genetic systems; development of computer technologies for modeling complex molecular-genetic systems and processes; development of databases compiling experimental data.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory home page. The Lab is the oldest of the country’s national labs and is managed by the University of California for the U.S. Department of Energy. Research includes physics, computing, life sciences, materials sciences, and environmental energy technologies.
Los Alamos National Laboratory’s central mission is to reduce the global nuclear danger.
The laboratory focuses on transcriptional control of HIV-1 and cell signaling in the immune system. Tumor metastasis, control of apoptosis, cell differentiation, and blockade of HIV-1 infection all serve as model systems used in the Nolan Lab.