Two new papers published in 2015. One on the arsenite oxidase and its ability to also oxidise antimony (see link) and the other on arsenic mobilisation in West Bengal (see link)

Contact us:

Dr Joanne Santini (Group Leader)

Institute of Structural & Molecular Biology,

University College London,

Darwin Building, Gower Street,

London WC1E 6BT

Email: j.santini@ucl.ac.uk



Environmental Microbiology Group

How do prokaryotes metabolise toxic elements? This is what we're interested in addressing. 

The Santini Lab’s core expertise is in microbiology, which we apply to a wide range of areas. With lab members’ backgrounds – in molecular biology, microbiology, genetics, biochemistry and biotechnology, – and collaborations with structural biologists, biophysicists, chemists and geologists in particular, we use an interdisciplinary approach to study how prokaryotes metabolise toxic metals and metalloids. Follow the links in the menu above or on the left to find out more.
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