post-doc position available

marilyn yoder myoder at VIEWER.BLS.UMKC.EDU
Tue Dec 3 17:24:54 EST 1996

	A post-doctoral position is available immediately in the
School of Biological Sciences (,
University of Missouri-Kansas City (
The lab is involved in the structure-function studies of
pectate degrading enzymes, specifically pectate lyases and
polygalacturonases (
Crystals are available for some of the proteins of interest.
Experience in protein purification, crystallization, data
collection, and/or model building is desirable.

	The X-ray Crystallography Facility at UMKC is equipped
with a Rigaku rotating anode x-ray generator, a Mar phosphoimaging
plate detector, and ADSC low temperature device.  The facility
has 3 SGI workstations, a Protein Solutions dynamic light scattering
instrument, and is housed in a lab maintained at constant temperature
and humidity.  Kansas City has a population of approximately 1.5
million, and straddles the boundaries of the states of Kansas and
Missouri.  The city has excellent social, cultural, and educational
opportunities (

	Interested candidates should send a full CV, three
references, and a one page summary of research experience and interests.
Send information by mail, or by e-mail, to:

Dr. Marilyn Yoder
School of Biological Sciences
University of Missouri-Kansas City
5100 Rockhill Rd.
Kansas City,  MO   64110-2499

email: myoder at

The University of Missouri-Kansas City is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer.

Marilyn Yoder					phone:	816-235-1986
School of Biological Sciences			fax:	816-235-5158
Division of Cell Biology and Biophysics
University of Missouri-Kansas City		e-mail	myoder at
5100 Rockhill Rd
Kansas City,  MO  64110-2499

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