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Prof. David Klenerman FRS


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Keywords

Optical spectroscopy ; Self-Assembly, ; Methodological Development ; NanoSpectroscopy ; Nano-assembly

Key Publications

Ubiquitin chain conformation regulates recognition and activity of interacting proteins. Nature  492, 266-270 (2012).

Direct Observation of the Interconversion of Normal and Toxic Forms of alpha-Synuclein. Cell  149, 1048-1059 (2012).

The extracellular chaperone clusterin sequesters oligomeric forms of the amyloid-beta(1-40) peptide. Nature structural & molecular biology 19, 79-83 (2012).

Nanoscale live-cell imaging using hopping probe ion conductance microscopy. Nature Methods 6, 279 - 281 (2009)

Direct characterization of amyloidogenic oligomers by single-molecule fluorescence. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 105, 14424-14429 (2008).

Accurate whole human genome sequencing using reversible terminator chemistry. Nature 456, 53-59 (2008).

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NanoDTC Translational Prize Fellow's nano-battery wins accolades

Jul 27, 2017

Jean de La Verpilliere (c2013), NanoDTC Translational Prize Fellow and Managing Director of the newly formed startup Echion Technologies has won prizes in the Royal Society of Chemistry 2017 Emerging Technologies Competition and the Kings' College Entrepreneurship Prize

Call for Mini Project proposals

Jul 24, 2017

The NanoDTC invites Mini Project proposals from Cambridge Academics for its incoming c2017 cohort. Submission deadline is 20th Oct 2017.

NanoDTC Students and Associates visit Thermo Fischer (FEI) and ASML

Jul 12, 2017

NanoDTC Students and Associates visit Thermo Fischer (FEI) and ASML to gain industry perspective of the application of Nanotechnologies

Helmholtz Prize for Nicholas Bell (NanoDTC Alumnus c2009)

Jun 27, 2016

Dr Nicholas Bell along with his PhD Supervisor Prof. Ulrich Keyser has received the 2016 Helmholtz Prize for groundbreaking work on identification and quantification of proteins in complex mixtures using nanopore sensing.