Giganization. How much larger do you need to make an enzyme to
be able to hold it in your
hand? Answer: About 5,400,000 times. This is a
3D-printed version of KatG (solvent access-
ible surface). A picture of approximately the same view of the
enzyme is in the background.
Had the honor of hosting Professor Peter Loewen from the University
of Manitoba March 19,
2015. It was a full day of stimulating discussion on all things
KatG. From L to R: Haijun
"Diessel" Duan, Hui Xu, Doc, Olive Njuma, and Peter Loewen.
Post bocce photo-op circa January 2014. From L to R: Teddy
Childers, Johayra Simithy, Rene
Fuanta, Lauren Barr, Olive Njuma, and Haijun "Diessel" Duan. You can
see the ever-dreadful
Parker-Allison Halls in the background. Lord have mercy, when
are we going to finally tear
those buildings down?