Tsz Kin Martin Tsui
Molecular Biophysics Graduate Student
Major Professor: Dr. Hong Li
Lab: 210 KLB (Kasha Laboratory Building)
Structural and biophysical study of proteins using X-ray crystallography and electron microscopy. Previous research experience included wild-type HIV-1 integrase, mercuric ion transporter (UCSD), and wobble base pair oligonucletodie affects DNase activity using NMR (CUHK).
B.S. Chemistry (ACS-Accredited), University of California, San Diego, 2012
2. Tsui, T.K.M. and Li, H. Structure Principles of CRISPR-Cas Surveillance and Effector Complexes. Annual Review of Biophysics, 2015; 44, 229-255. doi: 10.1146/annurev-biophys-060414-033939.
1. Tsui, T.K.M., Mundoma, C. and Li, H. pH Effects on Stability and Homogeneity of Protein Complex Wyatt Technology — Application Note for DynaPro (Dynamic Light Scattering), May, 2013. http://www.wyatt.com/files/literature/NanoStar_2013a_Tsui_pH_Effects_Stability_Homogeneity_Protein_Complex.pdf
2. Recognition and Cleavage of a Nonstructured CRISPR RNA by Its Processing Endoribonuclease Cas6. Martin Tsui, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL 32306. 4th Workshop on Neutron Scattering Applications in Structural Biology, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN June, 2013.
1. Tsui, T.K.M. and Viadiu, H. Preliminary Structural Studies on HIV-1 Integrase, poster presentation for the 4th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, UCSD, La Jolla, CA, May 2010
2014 American Heart Association Predoctoral Fellowship
2008 Bruce Hass Memorial Award