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NC State Biochemistry

 

 

Michael B. Goshe
Associate Professor of Biochemistry

Education:
PhD, Case Western Reserve University
Postdoctoral, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Contact:
Office: 43 Polk Hall
Phone:
   Office: 919.513.7740
   Lab1: 919.513.7195
   Lab2: 919.513.4348
Email: Michael B. Goshe

Michael B. Goshe

Website: Visit our Lab Home Page

Research Areas: Biological mass spectrometry | Proteomics | NSF Arabidopsis 2010 project

Proteomics deals of quantifying changes in protein abundance and Probing post-translation modifications

NSF Arabidopsis 2010 project deals with functional Analysis and Phosphorylation Site Mapping of Leucine-Rich Repeat Receptor-Like Kinases in Arabidopsis

Structural mass spectrometry deals with developing novel cross-linking reagents to probe protein-protein and protein-ligand interactions and developing methods to probe protein-protein interactions at amino acid residue resolution using covalent 1H/2H exchange