We study the molecular mechanisms of recognition and regulation that underlie biological processes in large extracellular macromolecular complexes using an integrative structural biology approach. We are part of the Structural Biology Groups at the University of Pavia. In our website you can find information about our research interests, our team, our collaborators, and how to interact with us.


Latest News:

2022/07/13 - New Publication
New Current Biology paper describing a multi-disciplinary journey that led to the discovery of a new saliva-driven feedback mechanism in mosquitoes enabling probing prior to bloodfeeding, paving the way to the development of next-generation mosquito deterrents. - Browse the List of our Publications.

2022/07/11 - New Publication
New Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences paper describing how, using a combination of molecular simulations and experimental biochemistry and biophysics, we rationalized the roles of Fe2+ as a simultaneous cofactor and inhibitor of human lysyl hydroyxlase enzymes. - Browse the List of our Publications.




The Armenise-Harvard Laboratory of Structural Biology
Department of Biology and Biotechnology "L. Spallanzani"
University of Pavia
Via Ferrata, 9
I-27100 PAVIA (Italy)
Tel. +39 0382 985228 (Office) - +39 0382 985554 (Lab) - Fax. +39 0382 528496