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Use of Ionic Liquids to Process and Characterize Biomaterials


US Army Research Office

RO# Location
14.01.00.B6626 Research Triangle Park, NC 277092211


Name E-mail Phone
Mantz, Robert A. 919.549.4309


We utilize nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and electrochemistry to characterize the effect of ionic liquids on protein structure and function. Research interests include electron transfer of SAM immobilized cytochrome c and other proteins while immersed in ionic liquids. These studies include multinuclear and multidimensional NMR experiments to determine three-dimensional structures of proteins, as well as electrochemical experiments to characterize electron transfer parameters.


Nuclear magnetic resonance; Ionic liquid; Cytochrome c; Protein; Biomolecule; Electrochemistry;


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Level:  Open to Postdoctoral and Senior applicants
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