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Global study links newly named syndrome with other disorders Mutations in a repetitive protein motif are responsible for a rare cognitive disorder.

Global study links newly named syndrome with other disorders Mutations in a repetitive protein motif are responsible for a rare cognitive disorder.

Global study links newly named syndrome with other disorders Mutations in a repetitive protein motif are responsible for a rare cognitive disorder.

Since joining the Bioscience program at KAUST in May 2013, Stefan has been pursuing his research interests in integrative structural biology by inferring structure and function of macromolecular assemblies. He uses the knowledge gained to understand how cells communicate and to engineer molecules with desired properties. Read more >>> Read more

Turning up the heat on pathogenic bacteria - Protein found in gut-dwelling pathogens changes shape under human body temperatures, leading to toxins responsible for diarrheal disease.

Turning up the heat on pathogenic bacteria -  Protein found in gut-dwelling pathogens changes shape under human body temperatures, leading to toxins responsible for diarrheal disease.

Turning up the heat on pathogenic bacteria - Protein found in gut-dwelling pathogens changes shape under human body temperatures, leading to toxins responsible for diarrheal disease.

In Professor Stefan Arold's group in the Computational Bioscience Research Center, Umar Hameed investigates the structural and functional characterization of MAP kinase family proteins that are responsible for plant immunity and stress tolerance. Read more >>> Read more

A delegation of MoH (Ministry of Health) visited the CBRC

A delegation of MoH (Ministry of Health) visited the CBRC

A delegation of MoH (Ministry of Health) visited the CBRC

A delegation from the Ministry of Health recently visit the CBRC to explore possible collaboration. Read more >>> Read more
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