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My group is trying to re-engineer both hemoglobin and myoglobin such that they are able to convert carbon dioxide into either carbon monoxide or formate.
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* The students who work with me really do all of the work. I'm around to facilitate them and to make sure that reactions and methodologies are running smoothly and continuously. I will post here on a number of different things: Glove box setup, protein expression and purification, small molecule inorganic synthesis, and physical characterization of materials. The main project page for this research can be found [[Hartings_AU_Photosynthesis_Lab|here]]
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My group is trying to re-engineer both hemoglobin and myoglobin such that they are able to convert carbon dioxide into either carbon monoxide or formate.

  • The students who work with me really do all of the work. I'm around to facilitate them and to make sure that reactions and methodologies are running smoothly and continuously. I will post here on a number of different things: Glove box setup, protein expression and purification, small molecule inorganic synthesis, and physical characterization of materials. The main project page for this research can be found here

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