Welcome to the Max Planck Research Group website!
Research in the Glatt lab combines structural biology (x-ray crystallography and electron microscopy), molecular biology, protein biochemistry, biophysics, and cell biology to understand specific regulatory mechanisms of protein synthesis.
We use X-ray crystallography to study how proteins interact with other molecules (i.e. tRNA) and gain detailed knowledge about macromolecular assemblies and their role in post-transcriptional regulation.
We work mainly on HEK293 cells that are our source of human tRNAs and human proteins involved in tRNA modification process. Our main techniques are transfection and lentiviral transduction to modulate levels of proteins of interest.
Dr. Ting Yu-Lin from our Team has been awarded with a Sonata grant from National Science Center for the realization of her project “Molecular and structural insight into the human pseudouridine synthase 3”.... READ MORE
We are looking for an excellent researcher to join our team! Apply HERE – https://www.nature.com/naturecareers/job/postdoc-position-in-the-max-planck-research-group-funded-by-an-erc-consolidator-grant-to-sebastian-glatt-jagiellonian-university-uj-740920 READ MORE
A group of scientists from the Max Planck Research Group at the Malopolska Centre of Biotechnology (MCB) of the Jagiellonian University in collaboration with the University of Queensland from Brisbane, Australia has shed... READ MORE
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