Melanie Ohi, Ph.D.

Affiliate Faculty, Biological Chemistry
Research Professor, Life Sciences Institute
Professor, Cell and Developmental Biology

6401 LSI
210 Washtenaw Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2216

 

(734) 763-6493

Areas of Interest

Proteins carry out most cellular processes as members of dynamic multi-protein assemblies. Although progress has been made cataloging the constituents of specific complexes, we have only limited knowledge of how proteins assemble into macromolecular machines and how these machines perform their cellular functions. We are using yeast genetics, biochemistry and single particle cryo-electron microscopy (EM) to explore the structural and functional organization of complexes involved in pre-mRNA splicing and complexes involved in the protein ubiquitination pathway.

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