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Vaiana Research Group
Our experimental studies are aimed at obtaining a quantitative physical understanding of biologically relevant processes occurring in protein or polypeptide solutions on two spatiotemporal scales. Self-assembly processes occurring on large length scales/long time scales as protein aggregation and demixing phase transitions, and processes occurring on small length scales/short time scales as protein conformational changes, misfolding and the configurational rearrangement of disordered chains.


Spatiotemporal Scales in Protein Solutions









We are part of the Department of Physics and the Center for Biological Physics
Arizona State University
        Center for Biological Physics, Arizona State University, Bateman Physical Sciences Building F-Wing, Room 307 Tempe, AZ 85287-1504