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Amanda Buyan

Structural Bioinformatics and Computational Biochemistry Unit
Dept. of Biochemistry
University of Oxford
South Parks Road

Telephone: 01865 613304
Fax: 01865 613238

e-mail: amanda.buyan@msdtc.ox.ac.uk

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I completed my undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and Mathematics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, graduating in May 2011. My undergraduate research training focused on the prediction of flexibility in proteins for the purpose of docking predictions in Julie Mitchell's lab. My current research is funded by the Wellcome Trust.

Computational Studies of MuSK

The current focus of my study is to examine the dimerisation events of the transmembrane helix of Muscle-Specific Kinase (MuSK) both in bilayers and in micelles.


Reddy, T., Manrique, S., Buyan, A., Hall, B., Chetwynd, A., and Sansom, M.S.P. (2014) Primary and Secondary Dimer Interfaces of the FGFR3 Transmembrane Domain: Characterization via Multiscale Molecular Dynamics Simulations. Biochemistry In Press. [ACS Just Accepted]

O. N. A. Demerdash, A. Buyan and J. C. Mitchell. ReplicOpter: A replicate optimizer for flexible docking. Proteins, 78(15): 3156-3165, 2010. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20715288

Last updated 16 Dec 2013