Our collaborative efforts on PCNA ubiquitination with Berkeley Lab, Univ. of Iowa and Univ. of Delaware led to a combined experimental/computational publication currently in press in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science U.S.A.
Ivaylo Ivanov receives NERSC Initiative for Scientific Exploration (NISE) Award.
Our collaboration with the group of Prof. Zheng on histone acetylation has led to a combined experimental/computational paper available from the Journal of Biological Chemistry.
Ivaylo Ivanov receives a XSEDE award of computational time at the NICS to futher our research efforts on base excision repair. Our proposal entitled “Exploring the Chemical Landscape for Base Excision DNA Repair” was approved to receive 2,500,000 CPU hours under allocation CHE110042.
Ivaylo Ivanov receives a Cleon C. Arrington Research Initiation Grant, which will help with establishing our new research program on eukaryotic clamp loading.
Ivaylo Ivanov attended the Keystone Symposium on DNA Replication and Recombination and presented our new findings on the flexible association of ubiquitin and PCNA.
Two recent papers on ligand-gated ion channels (LGICs) have been published and available from the Biophysical Journal and Proteins: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics.
Our work on PCNA highlighted by the NCCS at Supercomputing 2010 Conference in New Orleans.
Chunli Yan is joining our group as a new postdoctoral scholar. She comes to us from the University of Texas, Austin. Welcome Chunli! Carlo Guardiani who was with us for a year as a postdoctoral scholar is moving back to Italy to assume a new position at the University of Florence. We all want to […]
Scientists use Jaguar to model replisome components to understand their role in health and disease. Source: Supercomputers Simulate the Molecular Machines that Replicate and Repair DNA
Our first paper from GSU is published and available from the web site of the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
Our renewal proposal through the DOE INCITE initiative was awarded 4,000,000 CPU hours at the leadership computing facility at ORNL. We are gratified that the award exceeded our original request by 400,000 units For more details about the award refer to the new DOE Office of Science.
A renewal proposal for computational resources through the DOE INCITE initiative has been submitted (07/01/2009). In 2009 our research project entitled “Interplay of AAA+ molecular machines, DNA repair enzymes and sliding clamps at the replication fork: A multiscale approach to modeling replisome assembly and function” was competitively chosen to receive 2,600,000 CPU hours of supercomputing […]
2009 Two new members join our group.