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Mark J. Dufton

Senior Lecturer

Strathclyde Business School

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Strathclyde Business School

199 Cathedral Street

Glasgow, Glasgow,G4 0QU

United Kingdom

Company Description

In addition, Strathclyde has established 97 spinout and start-up companies since 2000, placing us fifth in the PraxisUnico Spinouts UK Survey, published in August 2013. We have also established a fund worth £3.1 million to support the first three years' invest...more

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People | Pure & Applied Chemistry @ the University of Strathclyde

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Dr Mark J Dufton
Senior Lecturer/Academic Selector


Dr Mark J Dufton

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> Dr Mark J Dufton
University of Strathclyde Dr Mark J Dufton Dr Mark J Dufton Publications Search this site Dr Mark J Dufton Mark Dufton is a graduate of the former Department of Chemistry at Essex University. He completed a BA in Biological Chemistry, followed by a PhD researching snake toxin chemistry and then took up temporary appointments at Essex University as a lecturer in the Department of Chemistry. After research-only posts at the Universities of Marseilles and Essex concerned with animal venom action, he joined the Organic Section of the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry at Strathclyde University where he is now Senior Lecturer/Academic Selector. Dufton, M J (l993) "From toxins to drugs - venom proteins as a guide to the future design of protein drugs". Dufton, M.J. (1997) Genetic code synonym allocations and amino acid complexity: Cutting the cost of proteins? J.Theor. Biol. 187, 165-173 Mammal Venoms Dufton, M J (1992) "Venomous Mammals", Pharmac. Ther. 53, 99-215. Venom Enzymology Anderson, L. & Dufton, M.J. "Oligopeptidases" In; Snake venom enzymes. (Bailey, G.S. Ed.) Alaken Inc. Dufton, M J (l990) "Domain movements in the mechanism of trypsin-like serine proteases", FEBS Lett, 271, 9-13. Protein Evolution Pritchard, L. & Dufton, M.J. Evolutionary trace analysis of the Kunitz/BPTI family of proteins: Functional divergence has been based on conformational adjustment. J. Mol. Biol. (1999) 285, 1589-1607 Pritchard, L. & Dufton, M.J. Do proteins learn to evolve? The Hopfield Network as a basis for the understanding of protein evolution. J.Theor.Biol. (2000) 202, 77-86 & Dufton, M.J. (1997) Foci of amino acid conservation in the 3D structures of the Kunitz BPTI proteinase inhibitors: how do variants from snake venom differ? Prot.Engng. 10, 131-136. Pritchard, L., Bladon, P., Mitchell, J. & Dufton, M.J. Evaluation of a novel method for the identification of coevolving protein residues. Prot Engng. (2001) 14, 549-555 Pritchard, L. Cardle, L, Quinn, S & Dufton,M.J. Simple intrasequence difference (SID) analysis: an original method to highlight and rank sub-structural interfaces in protein folds. Prot. Engng (2003) 16, 87-10


Dr Mark J Dufton

www.chem.strath.ac.uk [cached]

> Dr Mark J Dufton
University of Strathclyde WestCHEM Dr Mark J Dufton Dr Mark J Dufton Publications Search this site Dr Mark J Dufton Mark Dufton is a graduate of the former Department of Chemistry at Essex University. He completed a BA in Biological Chemistry, followed by a PhD researching snake toxin chemistry and then took up temporary appointments at Essex University as a lecturer in the Department of Chemistry. After research-only posts at the Universities of Marseilles and Essex concerned with animal venom action, he joined the Organic Section of the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry at Strathclyde University where he is now Senior Lecturer/Academic Selector. Dufton, M J (l993) "From toxins to drugs - venom proteins as a guide to the future design of protein drugs". Dufton, M.J. (1997) Genetic code synonym allocations and amino acid complexity: Cutting the cost of proteins? J.Theor. Biol. 187, 165-173 Mammal Venoms Dufton, M J (1992) "Venomous Mammals", Pharmac. Ther. 53, 99-215. Venom Enzymology Anderson, L. & Dufton, M.J. "Oligopeptidases" In; Snake venom enzymes. (Bailey, G.S. Ed.) Alaken Inc. Dufton, M J (l990) "Domain movements in the mechanism of trypsin-like serine proteases", FEBS Lett, 271, 9-13. Protein Evolution Pritchard, L. & Dufton, M.J. Evolutionary trace analysis of the Kunitz/BPTI family of proteins: Functional divergence has been based on conformational adjustment. J. Mol. Biol. (1999) 285, 1589-1607 Pritchard, L. & Dufton, M.J. Do proteins learn to evolve? The Hopfield Network as a basis for the understanding of protein evolution. J.Theor.Biol. (2000) 202, 77-86 & Dufton, M.J. (1997) Foci of amino acid conservation in the 3D structures of the Kunitz BPTI proteinase inhibitors: how do variants from snake venom differ? Prot.Engng. 10, 131-136. Pritchard, L., Bladon, P., Mitchell, J. & Dufton, M.J. Evaluation of a novel method for the identification of coevolving protein residues. Prot Engng. (2001) 14, 549-555 Pritchard, L. Cardle, L, Quinn, S & Dufton,M.J. Simple intrasequence difference (SID) analysis: an original method to highlight and rank sub-structural interfaces in protein folds. Prot. Engng (2003) 16, 87-10


People | Pure & Applied Chemistry @ the University of Strathclyde

www.chem.strath.ac.uk [cached]

Dr Mark J Dufton
Senior Lecturer/Academic Selector


Dr Mark J Dufton | People | Pure & Applied Chemistry @ the University of Strathclyde

info.chem.strath.ac.uk [cached]

Dr Mark J DuftonMark Dufton is a graduate of the former Department of Chemistry at Essex University. He completed a BA in Biological Chemistry, followed by a PhD researching snake toxin chemistry and then took up temporary appointments at Essex University as a lecturer in the Department of Chemistry. After research-only posts at the Universities of Marseilles and Essex concerned with animal venom action, he joined the Organic Section of the Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry at Strathclyde University where he is now Senior Lecturer/Academic Selector. Dufton, M J (l993) "From toxins to drugs - venom proteins as a guide to the future design of protein drugs".In "Drugs from Natural Products" (Harvey, A L (ed)) Chapter 5 Ellis Horwood, New York pp 48-64.Harvey, A.L. & Dufton, M.J.Dufton, M.J. (1997) Genetic code synonym allocations and amino acid complexity: Cutting the cost of proteins?J.Theor.Biol.187, 165-173 Mammal VenomsDufton, M J (1992) "Venomous Mammals", Pharmac.Ther.53, 99-215.Venom EnzymologyAnderson, L. & Dufton, M.J. "Oligopeptidases" In; Snake venom enzymes. (Bailey, G.S. Ed.) Alaken Inc.Dufton, M J (l990) "Domain movements in the mechanism of trypsin-like serine proteases", FEBS Lett, 271, 9-13.Protein EvolutionPritchard, L. & Dufton, M.J. Evolutionary trace analysis of the Kunitz/BPTI family of proteins: Functional divergence has been based on conformational adjustment.J.Mol.Biol. (1999) 285, 1589-1607Pritchard, L. & Dufton, M.J. Do proteins learn to evolve?The Hopfield Network as a basis for the understanding of protein evolution.J.Theor.Biol. (2000) 202, 77-86& Dufton, M.J. (1997) Foci of amino acid conservation in the 3D structures of the Kunitz BPTI proteinase inhibitors: how do variants from snake venom differ?Prot.Engng.10, 131-136.Pritchard, L., Bladon, P., Mitchell, J. & Dufton, M.J. Evaluation of a novel method for the identification of coevolving protein residues.Prot Engng. (2001) 14, 549-555Pritchard, L. Cardle, L, Quinn, S & Dufton,M.J. Simple intrasequence difference (SID) analysis: an original method to highlight and rank sub-structural interfaces in protein folds.Prot.Engng (2003) 16, 87-10


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