Ranajeet-Ghose

Dr. Ranajeet Ghose

RESEARCH

From bacteria to humans, the life-cycle of a species depends on an delicately-balanced network of protein-protein interactions in space and time. We investigate a small subset of these interactions using a host of biophysical and biochemical techniques including solution-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) methodology and X-Ray crystallography.

 

Our current research topics include:
– Intracellular signalling involving prokaryotic and eukaryotic tyrosine kinases.
– Structure and organization of the RNA polymerase complex in cystoviruses.
– Development of novel NMR methods to study correlated dynamics on multiple timescales in proteins.
– Development of NMR methods to obtain structural constraints in large proteins/complexes.

 

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LOCATION AND CONTACT INFORMATION
Dr. Ranajeet Ghose
Department of Chemistry, Room MR-1314
City College of New York
138th Street & Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
t. 212.650.6513 (Lab)
f. 212.650.6107
rghose@ccny.cuny.edu
Ghose Laboratory Website
Other Locations: Lab: MR-1324