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Bridgette Barry barry at biosci.cbs.umn.edu
Wed Mar 28 12:33:08 EST 2001


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<div><font face="Times" size="+1" color="#000000">A postdoctoral
position is available in the laboratories of Prof. Bridgette Barry and
Prof. Robert Brooker at the University of Minnesota.&nbsp; The project
involves the study of the a transport protein, the lactose permease,
with reaction-induced FT-IR spectroscopy (Patzlaff, J. S., R. J.
Brooker, and B. A. Barry. 2000.<i> A reaction-induced Fourier
transform-infrared spectroscopic study of the lactose permease: a
transmembrane potential perturbs carboxylic acid residues. J. Biol.
Chem.</i> 275: 28695-28700).&nbsp; Site-directed mutagenesis and
isotope-editing will also be performed.&nbsp; The Barry laboratory is
equipped with two Nicolet FT-IR spectrometers and a new Bruker 66v
step scan/rapid scan FT-IR spectrometer, with time resolution in the
nanosecond time regime.&nbsp; The position is available immediately;
salary will depend on the amount of previous postdoctoral experience
and be on the NIH postdoctoral pay scale.&nbsp; If interested, please
send a CV, summary of previous research experience, and the names of
three references to Prof. Bridgette Barry.&nbsp;</font></div>

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Bridgette A. Barry<br>
Professor of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Biophysics<br>
140 Gortner Laboratory<br>
1479 Gortner Ave.<br>
University of Minnesota<br>
St. Paul, MN&nbsp; 55108<br>
Phone: 612-624-6732; FAX: 612-625-5780<br>
email: barry at biosci.cbs.umn.edu<br>
http://biosci.umn.edu/biochemistry/Barry.B.A.html</div>
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