Brendan McConkey
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  • Proteomics analysis, that is, identifying and quantifying the proteins active within a biological system
  • Computational and bioinformatics approaches for investigating protein function
  • Quantification of cell cycle proteins in yeast, recombinant protein production in mammalian cell lines, and identification of proteins mediating plant-bacterial interactions
  • Structural pattern recognition algorithms to predict protein functions such as carbohydrate binding and antifreeze activity
  • Evolution of protein function within homologous protein groups
Faculty→Science; Position→Faculty; Research Theme→Microbes and Technology, Understanding Microbes