What is this course about?
The course aims to provide the theoretical background of popular biophysical methods that are often used in relation to Structural Biology research, and practical experience both in performing experiments and in analysing the resulting data.
Why should I attend?
The rationale behind an extended kit of experiments to characterise macromolecules and their interactions will be explained. You will be shown how to perform and analyse the related experiments in dedicated practical sessions.
List of Lectures
- Methods in Structural Audit, Patrick Celie
- Principles of ITC and kinetic applications, Philippe Dumas
- Surface Plasmon Resonance, Alex Fish
- Basics of fluorescence methods, Anastassis Perrakis & Alex Fish
- The Chemical Realm of Nature and the Nature of Chemistry, Nikos Psarros
- Haddock: modelling macromolecular interactions, Alexandre Bonvin
- Microscale Thermophoresis, Katarzyna Walkiewicz
- Understanding enzymes by kinetics analysis, Kenneth Johnson
- Advanced application of fluorescence methods, Peter Friedhoff
- Global Fitting of kinetic data, Kenneth Johnson
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