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Mark Richter, Ph.D.

Primary office:
785-864-3334
4031 Haworth Hall


Titles

Chair, Molecular Biosciences
Professor, Molecular Biosciences

Associated Tracks

Biomolecular Engineering

Research Interests

Protein Structure and Function
F1 ATPase Rotary Motor
Mechanism of Torque Generation and Nanodevice Fabrication

Titles

Chair, Molecular Biosciences
Professor, Molecular Biosciences

Associated Tracks

Biomolecular Engineering

Research Interests

Protein Structure and Function
F1 ATPase Rotary Motor
Mechanism of Torque Generation and Nanodevice Fabrication


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