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Maria Sunnerhagen






Johannes Salomonsson, Björn Wallner, Linda Sjöstrand, Padraig D´arcy, Maria Sunnerhagen, Alexandra Ahlner (2024) Transient interdomain interactions in free USP14 shape its conformational ensemble Protein Science, Vol. 33, Article e4975 Continue to DOI


Francesca Caporaletti, Zuzanna Pietras, Vivian Morad, Lars-Göran Mårtensson, Frank Gabel, Björn Wallner, Anne Martel, Maria Sunnerhagen (2023) Small-angle X-ray and neutron scattering of MexR and its complex with DNA supports a conformational selection binding model. Biophysical Journal, Vol. 122, p. 408-418 Continue to DOI


Zuzanna Pietras, Anthony P. Duff, Vivian Morad, Kathleen Wood, Cy M. Jeffries, Maria Sunnerhagen (2022) Production and characterisation of modularly deuterated UBE2D1-Ub conjugate by small angle neutron and X-ray scattering European Biophysics Journal, Vol. 51, p. 569-577 Continue to DOI
Anirban Sengupta, Mohammad Azharuddin, Maria Eugenia Cardona Gomez, Claudia Devito, Eleonore von Castelmur, Anna Wehlin, Zuzanna Pietras, Maria Sunnerhagen, Robert Selegård, Daniel Aili, Ali Alamer, Jorma Hinkula, Noha Al-Otaibi (2022) Intranasal Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 Immunization with Lipid Adjuvants Provides Systemic and Mucosal Immune Response against SARS-CoV-2 S1 Spike and Nucleocapsid Protein Vaccines, Vol. 10, Article 504 Continue to DOI
Yong Wei, Cornelia Redel, Alexandra Ahlner, Alexander Lemak, Isak Johansson-Åkhe, Scott Houliston, Tristan M. G. Kenney, Aaliya Tamachi, Vivian Morad, Shili Duan, David W. Andrews, Björn Wallner, Maria Sunnerhagen, Cheryl H. Arrowsmith, Linda Z. Penn (2022) The MYC oncoprotein directly interacts with its chromatin cofactor PNUTS to recruit PP1 phosphatase Nucleic Acids Research, Vol. 50, p. 3505-3522 Continue to DOI


Alexandra Ahlner prepares an NMR-test.

Chemists aim to disrupt cancer-related protein

How can we understand a protein when it is never still, but constantly changes shape? This is one of the challenges for LiU researchers who are studying the cancer-related protein MYC.

The Dome at Visualiseringscenter C with audience.

Major infrastructure grants to researchers at LiU

Several projects at Linköping University are to receive grants for the development of research infrastructure. The total amount is of the order of a hundred million Swedish crowns, and decades of work are now bearing fruit.

researcher in a chemistry lab

Researchers to gain access to high-quality modern labs

Researchers in biomedicine and biotechnology have now completely new opportunities for access to specialised equipment at some of the best facilities. LiU is one of the 13 nodes in MOSBRI, a European research infrastructure for molecular biophysics.