Research in the Kamerlin lab is highly interdisciplinary, spanning a range of topics from computational biology to mechanistic organic chemistry. Our main focus is on using a range of computational techniques to understand the mechanistic basis for complex biological problems. Particular problems of current interest include understanding catalytic promiscuity and the evolution of protein function, the redesign of enzymes for controlled chiral catalysis, and understanding epigenetic modifications in DNA. We are also greatly interested in understanding the mechanism and reactivity of phosphate, sulfated, and related group transfer reactions. All computational work is performed in direct collaboration with leading experimental and computational colleagues, with expertise in experimental enzymology, structural and molecular biology, and machine learning approaches.
Lynn Kamerlin (group leader)
Qinghua Liao (post doc)
Dusan Petrovic (post doc)
Kshatresh Dutta Dubey (post doc)
Miha Purg (PhD student)
Klaudia Szeler (PhD student)
Yashraj Kulkarni (PhD student)
Malin Lüking (PhD student)
For a full list, see the Kamerlin Lab homepage
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