User:Marios F. Sardis
current status:Studying, MS Protein Biotechnology
Sardis Marios Frantzeskos
2006-........MS in Protein Biotechnology, Department of Biology,University of Crete
2002-2006 BS in Biology (Biomolecular science and Biotechnology), University of Crete.
2001-2002 Certificate of Higher Education (in Biology), University of Cardiff, Wales, U.K.
Past research interests
Current research interests
Protein translocation mechanisms in E.coli through the SecA-SecYEG system-Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology-Foundation of Research and Technology Hellas (FORTH), Herakleion, Greece
Past Great Events
University of Crete
Department of Biology Department of Biology, University of Crete, Greece
M.Sc. Protein Biotechnology, University of Crete M.Sc. Protein Biotechnology of the Department of Biology, University of Crete, Home Page
University of Cardiff University of Cardiff, Wales, U.K.
University of Newport University of Newport, Wales, U.K.
BiocompareGuide for life sciences products
BIO 502Bio 502 Economou & Tokatlidis
How to collect and see bacteria
Atlas of Protein Side-Chain Interactions
This introduction to experimental biosciences will introduce and reinforce practical skills in the context of three different laboratory investigations..
Superb presentation explaining how PAGE works
The Escherichia coli database
Todar's Online Textbook of Bacteriology
Ken Todar's Microbial World
Quorum sensing-University of Nottingham
Fotis Kafatos: the model mentor
Introduction to Molecular Orbital Theory
What are van der Waals forces?
PubMed-Major source of Bibliography and useful tools
PAGE (SDS/Native) calculator
The Lipid Library
Protein interactions in Yeast
Recombinant Protein Solubility Prediction
Serine proteases mechanism