Dave McKay Lab

Our lab is engaged in crystallographic structure determination and biophysical studies of proteins and RNA. Some areas of interest include molecular chaperones (proteins which are required in cells to facilitate protein and RNA folding and/or unfolding; many of these proteins are involved in cellular "stress responses"), microbial virulence factors, and catalytic RNAs.

We are in the Department of Structural Biology of Stanford University School of Medicine. To find out more about our projects, to meet the lab people, to send us questions about projects or requests for published research materials, or just to find (hopefully) helpful links, we invite you to explore our web site.

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