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Bryon Donohoe applies his background in structural biology and plant/algal cell biology to address questions about the cellular mechanisms involved in cell wall assembly, the biochemical and biophysical principles that determine the architecture of cell wall biopolymers, and revealing the mechanisms of enzymes and microbes that deconstruct cell walls.

Research Interests

Biomass sample preparation including cryopreservation, ultra-microtomy, immuno-EM, and using electron tomography as a technique to study the complex 3-D architecture of the plant and algal cell walls at the macromolecular scale

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Biological Science, Colorado State University

PhD, Molecular/Cellular Biology, University of Colorado Boulder

Master, Biology, University of Colorado Denver


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