Alessandro Senes
Alessandro Senes
Associate Professor
433 Babcock Dr, Room 415C
(608) 890-2584
Biochemical and computational studies of membrane protein interactions The Senes laboratory combines biochemical, biophysical, biological and computational techniques to understand how membrane proteins assemble. We study the organization of an important biological complex of membrane proteins, the bacterial divisome. We are also interested in understanding and predicting important membrane protein interaction motifs. The three primary areas of focus of the lab are the following: 1. Understanding the structural organization of the membrane proteins of the bacterial divisome 2. Understanding important membrane protein interaction motifs and in predicting their structure 3. Development of computational macromolecular modeling methods
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