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Gergely Katona

Professor

Gergely Katona
Professor
gergely.katona@cmb.gu.se
+46 31 786 3959
0709-123309

Room number: 1213
Postal Address: Box 462, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Medicinaregatan 9C , 41390 Göteborg


Department of Chemistry & Molecular Biology (More Information)
Box 462
405 30 Göteborg
www.cmb.gu.se
inst.kmb@cmb.gu.se
Fax: +46 31 786 2599
Visiting Address: Medicinaregatan 9 C , 413 90 Göteborg

About Gergely Katona

Crystallographic investigations usually focus on the resting state of proteins. The technical limitation of this technique makes it difficult to study proteins and enzymes at work. Chemical and physical triggering and trapping techniques allow the investigation of reacting enzyme at different intermediate states. Once stabilized, these states can be studied with different X-ray techniques. The benefit of these studies is on one hand the development of the techniques which can be used for studying enzymes engaged in catalytic activity and on the other hand the results contribute to a better understanding of how a specific enzyme functions. You can find more information about Gergely's research at http://katonalab.eu

Gergely is the course coordinator for the course "Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics" (KEM360). KEM360 has biophysical methods in focus (crystallography, SAXS, NMR, EM, vibration spectroscopy) and develops the skills to conduct research in integrated structural biology. Students have the opportunity to visit MaxIV and gain practical experience with electron microscopy and NMR.

Gergely also teaches in the courses:

  • KEM350 (Design and Production of Biomolecules),
  • KEM011 (Basic Chemistry),
  • KER210 (Analytical pharmaceutical chemistry),
  • KER220 (General pharmaceutical chemistry),
  • KEM131 (Colloid and Surface Chemistry) and
  • KMB056 (Molecular Biotechnology).

Gergely supervises doctoral students, Master and Bachelor students, with training focus on method development and universal skills to conduct independent research.

Gergely reviews applications to the iNEXT network and beamlines at EMBL Hamburg. Gergely participates in a LINXS working group (http://www.linxs.se).

Latest publications

A practical guide to developing virtual and augmented reality exercises for teaching structural biology.
Maria-Jose Garcia-Bonete, Maja Jensen, Gergely Katona
Biochemistry and molecular biology education : a bimonthly publication of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Journal article 2019
Journal article

A practical guide to developing virtual and augmented reality exercises for teaching structural biology.
Maria-Jose Garcia-Bonete, Maja Jensen, Gergely Katona
Biochemistry and molecular biology education : a bimonthly publication of the International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Journal article 2019
Journal article

Regulation of the Equilibrium between Closed and Open Conformations of Annexin A2 by N-Terminal Phosphorylation and S100A4-Binding.
Péter Ecsédi, Bence Kiss, Gergő Gógl, László Radnai, László Buday et al.
Structure (London, England : 1993), Journal article 2017
Journal article

Asymmetry in serial femtosecond crystallography data
Amit Sharma, Linda C Johansson, Elin Dunevall, Weixiao Yuan Wahlgren, Richard Neutze et al.
Acta Crystallographica a-Foundation and Advances, Journal article 2017
Journal article

Bayesian analysis of non-thermal structural changes induced by terahertz radiation in protein crystals
Gergely Katona, Ida Lundholm, H. Rodilla, Maria-Jose Garcia-Bonete, Annette Duelli et al.
41st International Conference on Infrared, Millimeter, and Terahertz Waves (IRMMW-THz). SEP 25-30, 2016 .Copenhagen, Denmark., New York, IEEE, Conference paper 2016
Conference paper

Gram-positive bacteria are held at a distance in the colon mucus by the lectin-like protein ZG16.
Joakim H. Bergström, George M. H. Birchenough, Gergely Katona, Björn O. Schröder, André Schütte et al.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Journal article 2016
Journal article

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2013

Comparison of complexes formed by a crustacean and a vertebrate trypsin with bovine pancreatic trypsin inhibitor - the key to achieving extreme stability?
Tamás Molnár, Judit Vörös, Bálint Szeder, Kornél Takáts, József Kardos et al.
The FEBS journal, Journal article 2013
Journal article

Natively inhibited Trypanosoma brucei cathepsin B structure determined by using an X-ray laser.
Lars Redecke, Karol Nass, Daniel P DePonte, Thomas A White, Dirk Rehders et al.
Science (New York, N.Y.), Journal article 2013
Journal article

2012

Crystal structure of the S100A4-nonmuscle myosin IIA tail fragment complex reveals an asymmetric target binding mechanism.
Bence Kiss, Annette Duelli, László Radnai, Katalin A Kékesi, Gergely Katona et al.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Journal article 2012
Journal article

Lipidic phase membrane protein serial femtosecond crystallography.
Linda C Johansson, David Arnlund, Thomas A White, Gergely Katona, Daniel P DePonte et al.
Nature methods, Journal article 2012
Journal article

High-Resolution Protein Structure Determination by Serial Femtosecond Crystallography
S. Boutet, L. Lomb, G. J. Williams, T. R. M. Barends, A. Aquila et al.
Science, Journal article 2012
Journal article

2011

Directed evolution reveals the binding motif preference of the LC8/DYNLL hub protein and predicts large numbers of novel binders in the human proteome.
Péter Rapali, László Radnai, Dániel Süveges, Veronika Harmat, Ferenc Tölgyesi et al.
PloS one, Journal article 2011
Journal article

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