Month: June 2020

  • We greatly appreciate recent funding support from NIH!

    Our ipomoeassin research on protein translocation recently received funding support from NIH.  With the financial aid, we will continue to develop new structural and functional chemical entities derived from ipomoeassin F to investigate Sec61-mediated protein biogenesis for its pharmaceutical potential.  We will actively recruit and train graduate and undergraduate students to prepare them well for […]

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