Spring 2013

Ashutosh won 2nd place for best poster at the ACS DFW Meeting in Miniature

Summer 2013

Brian presented research on our kinetic model of LOV domain function at the Chronobiology Gordon Research Conference at Salve Regina University.

Brian presented research on the kinetics and mechanism of Arabidopsis Zeitlupe at the International Symposium on Plant Photobiology in Edinburgh, Scotland.

A recent paper on the activation mechanism of EL222 was accepted to biochemistry.

Ashutosh had his research on Arabidopsis Zeitlupe accepted to biochemistry ( LINK)


The mission of the Zoltowski lab is to use fundamental chemistry and biophysical approaches to understand and manipulate complex biological networks involved in regulating diverse aspects of plant and vertebrate physiology. In the Zoltowski lab we exploit our extensive knowledge of FAD chemistry as it relates to circadian photoreceptors to selectively short circuit individual aspects of protein function in signaling nodes that enable crosstalk between gene networks involved in metabolism, sexual reproduction as well as circadian and photoperiodic clocks.

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