Alexander Taguchi, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow


Alexander Taguchi, PhD

Alexander Taguchi, PhD, Biophysics

My interest lies at the intersection of machine learning and spectroscopy. Magnetic resonance techniques such as Electron Paragmagnetic Resonance (EPR) and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) are powerful tools for studying the relationship between protein structure and function. However, spectral analysis is a time consuming process frought with human bias and error. To counter this problem, I work on developing machine learning tools to help spectroscopists tackle some of Nature’s most difficult challenges in protein science.

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Research Interests


Featured Publications


Hydrogen Bond Network

Structural determination of the SQB H-bond network by ENDOR spectroscopy


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Hyperfine and Nuclear Quadrupole Tensors

High-resolution molecular ruler of the histidine-semiquinone H-bond length


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Tuning Cofactor Redox Potentials

2-methoxy group orientation tunes the quinone redox potential up to 200 mV


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