Aarhus University (Aarhus Universitet) offers a complete membrane protein structural biology platform and has pioneered biomembrane and membrane protein research since the 1950s discovery of Na+,K+-ATPase by later Nobel laureate Jens Christian Skou. Besides a large macromolecular crystallography community, Aarhus University also includes leading laboratories in solid-state and solution NMR, small-angle scattering, AFM, cryo-EM, EM tomography, laser spectroscopy and 2-photon microscopy. Membrane research is organized through several interdisciplinary research centres and is considered a stronghold and core position of the university strategy. Collaborative projects on biomembrane structure and function includes laboratories, centres and departments of molecular physiology and medicine, molecular biology, chemistry, physics, nanoscience and engineering.
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