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Stephen Curry

  • Professor of Structural Biology
  • Imperial College London Department of Life Sciences
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Research interests

Structural biology of RNA virus replication

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Protein Crystallographer, interested mainly in structural biology of replication of RNA viruses. Previously had long-standing interests in the structure of human serum albumin and its ligand-binding properties.

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Publications (5)

  • Article Polypyrimidine Tract Binding Protein Stabilizes the Encephalomyocarditis Virus IRES Structure via Binding Multiple Sites in a Unique Orientation

    • Curry S
    • Robinson C
    • Jackson R
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  • Detailed insights from microarray and crystallographic studies into carbohydrate recognition by microneme protein 1 ( MIC1 ) of Toxoplasma gondii

    • Garnett J
    • Liu Y
    • Leon E
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  • O 2 Binding Properties of Human Serum Albumin Quadruple Mutant Complexed Iron Protoporphyrin IX with Axial His-186 Coordination

    • Vol C
    • Nakagawa A
    • Komatsu T
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  • Oh molybdenum !

    • Curry S
    • College I
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  • The role of an amino acid triad at the entrance of the heme pocket in human serum albumin for O 2 and CO binding to iron protoporphyrin IX †

    • Komatsu T
    • Nakagawa A
    • Curry S
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Professional experience

Professor of Structural Biology

Department of Life Sciences, Imperial College

October 2007 - Present