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November 6, 2018

Pseudomonas is a common soil bacterium that can use the abundant herbicide atrazine as a nitrogen source. Earlier this year we revised the Pseudomonas catabolic pathway for atrazine degradation after careful structural and biochemical analysis of the enzyme AtzE. In th...

May 24, 2018

 The final, open access version of Lygie's most recent paper is now available on-line

The work described in this paper is the latest in a series on pieces in which we investigate the enzymes involved in degrading the herbicide atrazine. Like many herbicides and other...

March 9, 2018

Where do new enzymes come from? We use structural biology to find out!

February 9, 2018

Congratulations to PhD candidate Lygie Esquirol on the publication of her work in PLoS One this week.

Our new paper describes the molecular characterisation of the enzyme biuret hydrolase (BiuH; Structure show) from the soil bacterium Rhizobium leguminasorum bv. viciae...

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