Research in the Mallela Lab is currently focused on understanding the fundamental physical mechanisms of protein stability, folding, and aggregation of disease-related and model proteins. Current research projects include studying the (1) biophysics of dystrophin and utrophin, and (2) alcohol and antimicrobial preservative-induced protein aggregation. The research group utilizes various biophysical and structural techniques that include optical spectroscopy (CD, fluorescence, and absorbance) and NMR. To learn more about the laboratory and current research, please click the links below.
Information about Dr. Krishna M. G. Mallela.
Publications by Dr. Mallela and the members of the Mallela Lab.
Members of the Mallela Lab.
A list of the primary equipment availble for researchers in the Mallela Lab.