PROJECT #16454 RESEARCH FOR Î’-LACTMASES
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This project studies the R241F mutant of Tem-1 β-Lactmase
β-Lactmases are enzymes which break down penicillin-like antibiotics. This is the most common method by which bacteria become resistant to such antibiotics. This project is simulating the most probable common ancestor (dating back to around 2 billion years ago) of modern day Gram Negative beta-lactamases. We hope to understand the funtional significance of various cryptic pockets found in these enzymes by comparing these results to simulations of modern beta-lactamases. Finding such functional pockets could enable us to target these enzymes with drugs that might combat this form of antibiotic resistance.
Manager(s): Sukrit Singh
Institution: Washington University in St. Louis
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