The final program for the 2017 Metals in Biology Gordon Research Conference is up: see our program here. Hope to see you all there!
The Britt lab is investigating structure and function of biologically significant enzymes with redox-active transition metal centers, clusters or organic radicals in their active site. The oxygen-evolving complex of photosystem II, the enzyme complex responsible for water oxidation in photosynthesis, is the major biological system currently under investigation.
Our primary research tool is advanced electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy. We operate the CalEPR center, home to six continuous-wave and pulse EPR instruments ranging in frequency from 9 to 130 GHz. CalEPR is the largest center of its kind on the West coast.
New insights into the maturation of [FeFe] hydrogenase
The structure of and substrate binding to the oxygen-evolving complex of photosystem II