Marvin J. Bayro

Chemistry Graduate and Undergraduate Assistant Professor
office: MSRC 238
office phone: 787-523-5326

Research Interests
-NMR spectroscopy
-protein structure
-biophysical chemistry
-protein assemblies
-HIV structure

We study protein assemblies of biomedical relevance using solution and solid-state NMR spectroscopy

Bayro MJ, Ganser-Pornillos B, Yeager M, Tycko R. “Helical conformation in the CA-SP1 junction of the immature HIV-1 lattice determined from solid-state NMR of virus-like particles.” J Am Chem Soc (2016) 138, 12029-12032.

Bayro MJ, Tycko R. “Structure of the dimerization interface in the mature HIV-1 capsid protein lattice from solid state NMR of tubular assemblies.” J Am Chem Soc (2016) 138, 8538-8546. Featured in JACS Highlights.

Lu JX, Bayro MJ, Tycko R. “Major variations in HIV-1 capsid assembly morphologies involve minor variations in molecular structures of structurally ordered protein segments” J Biol Chem (2016) 291, 13098-13112.