Our team comprises researchers with diverse backgrounds: from chemists and physicists to structural biologists and engineers, we all work towards the common goal of deciphering protein structure and function in the gas phase.
Congratulations to Eamonn Reading for winning the Best Poster award this year at the Annual Symposium of the Protein Society, San Diego, USA.
Carol has received the Thomson Medal Award from the International Mass Spectrometry Foundation.
Interview with Carol
BBC Radio 4 'The Life Scientific'Listen to Carol's interview with Jim Al-Khalili on 22nd July on BBC iPlayer
12th September: The Cornforth Lecture, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK
25th & 26th September: The Evans Award Lectures, The Ohio State University, USA
1st October: International Symposium on Membrane Transport and Communication, Frankfurt, Germany.
Membrane proteins bind lipids selectively to modulate their structure and function.A. Laganowsky, E. Reading, T. M. Allison, M. B. Ulmschneider, M. T. Degiacomi, A. J. Baldwin and C. V. RobinsonNature 2014, 510(7503), 172-175
Ion mobility mass spectrometry of a rotary ATPase reveals ATP-induced reduction in conformational flexibility.M. Zhou, A. Politis, R. B. Davies, I. Liko, K.–J. Wu, A. Stewart, D. Stock and C. V. RobinsonNat Chem 2014, 6(3), 208-215
Comparative cross-linking and mass spectrometry of an intact F-type ATPase suggest a role for phosphorylation.Schmidt, M. Zhou, H. Marriott, N. Morgner, A. Politis and C. V. Robinson Nat Commun 2013, 4, 1985
Detergent-free mass spectrometry of membrane protein complexes.J. T. Hopper, Y. T. Yu, D. Li, A. Raymond, M. Bostock, I. Liko, V. Mikhailov, A. Laganowsky, J. L. Benesch, M. Caffrey, D. Nietlispach and C. V. RobinsonNat Methods 2013, 10(12), 1206-1208