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Name:Marie Østergaard Pedersen
Profession:Ph.D. student
Email:mop@chem.au.dk
Homepage:None
Work address: Laboratory for Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy
Department of Chemistry
University of Aarhus
Langelandsgade 140, DK-8000 Aarhus C, Denmark
Home address: Damagervej 19G
8260 Viby J
Office: 512-222
Office phone: +45 8942 3872
Dept. duties:

Research

My Ph.D. project is primary concerned with the amyloid-beta peptide involved in Alzheimer's disease. The peptide is known to fibrilate and create plaques in the brain of patients suffering from the disease.
 

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Personal data

Name:Marie Østergaard Pedersen
Nationality:Danish
Date of Birth:January 13th, 1980
Marital status:Not married


Education

1996-1999:High school
2000-2006:M.Sc. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at University of Southern Denmark, Odense
2006-:Ph.D. in chemistry at University of Aarhus


Appointments

1989-1990:
2000-:

Publications

Publications in Reviewed Journals

  1. M. . Pedersen, K. Mikkelsen, M. A. Behrens, J. S. Pedersen, J. J. Enghild, T. Skrydstrup, A. Malmendal, and and N. C. Nielsen, J. Phys.Chem. B. 114, 16003-16010 (2010).
    NMR Reveals Two-Step Association of Congo Red to Amyloid beta win Low Molecular Weight Aggregates
  2. M.. Pedersen, J. Linnanto, N.-U. Frigaard, N.C. Nielsen, and M. Miller, Photosynth. Res 104, 233-243 (2010).
    A Model of the Protein-Pigment Baseplate Complex in Chlorosomes of Photosynthetic Green Bacteria
  3. M. . Pedersen, J. Underhaug, J. Dittmer, M. Miller, and N. C. Nielsen, FEBS Lett. 582, 2869-2874 (2008).
    The three-dimensional structure of CsmA: A small antenna protein from the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobium tepidum
  4. Pedersen MO, Borch J, Hojrup P, Cox RP, Miller M, Photosynthsis Research 89, 63-69 (2006).
    The light-harvesting antenna of Chlorobium tepidum: Interactions between the FMO protein and the major chlorosome protein CsmA studied by surface plasmon resonance
 
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