Welcome to the Robinson Group

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.



To Denis Shutin who was Runner-up in the Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Part II Examination Prize

To Carol on receiving the Astra Zeneca Medal from the Biochemical Society


Interview with Carol
BBC Radio 4 'The Life Scientific'
Listen to Carol's interview with Jim Al-Khalili on BBC iPlayer          

Forthcoming Lectures:

3rd October: Astra Zeneca, Macclesfield, UK

6th October:  University of Utrecht, Netherlands

7th October:  University of Groningen, Netherlands

14th October:  ELRIG Drug Discovery '16, Liverpool, UK




Selected Publications

High-resolution mass spectrometry of small molecules bound to membrane proteins.
J. Gault, J. A. C. Donlan, I. Liko, J. T. Hopper, K. Gupta, N. G. Housden, W. B. Struwe, M. T. Marty, T. Mize, C. Bechara, Y. Zhu, W. Beilil, C. Kleanthous, M. Belov, E. Damoc, A. Makarov and C. V. Robinson
Nat Methods 2016, in press

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. Robinson
Nature 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. Robinson
Nat 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. Robinson
Nat Methods 2013, 10(12), 1206-1208

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