The Martinez lab constitutes one of three labs in the Biorecognition group.
The Martinez lab studies the relationship between molecular structure and function to understand human health and disease. We use a combination of computational and experimental techniques, within the fields of biophysics, biochemistry and cellular biology. We aim to develop new therapeutic options for inborn errors of metabolism, in particular Phenylketonuria and neurotransmitter disorders (e.g. tyrosine hydroxylase deficiency).
Aurora Martinez – long road to find a Cure (Women in Medicine Magazine)
Martinez krysser fingrene for såkornfondet
Tyrosine Hydroxylase Binding to Phospholipid Membranes Prompts Its Amyloid Aggregation and Compromises Bilayer Integrity.
Anne Baumann, Ana Jorge-Finnigan, Kunwar Jung-KC, Alexander Sauter, Istvan Horvath, Ludmilla A. Morozova-Roche & Aurora Martinez
Scientific Reports. 6:39488