Welcome to the Stroupe Lab

How do macromolecules work in cells?

How do proteins modulate non-Watson-Crick DNA in the nucleus?

How do bacteria reduce sulfur for building amino acids and cofactors?

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The Stroupe lab is interested in answering these questions using an interdisciplinary biochemical and structural biological approach.

 

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Dr. Beth Stroupe

mestroupe@bio.fsu.edu
Assoc. Professor of Biological Science
Molecular Biophysics Graduate Faculty

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Department of Biological Science website
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Office 202 KLB | Lab 217 KLB
Kasha Laboratory Building
Institute of Molecular Biophysics
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4380
Office: (850) 644-1751 |  Lab: (850) 645-9319