Information on the course: Structural proteomic projects have been established world-wide to carry out high throughput structure determination on a genome-wide scale. Crucial to this effort has been the development of HTP technologies for protein production, protein crystallization and improved methods for structure solution by X-ray crystallography. The overall aim of the course will be to review the state-of-the-art in HTP structural biology with an emphasis on methods to study complex targets, including membrane proteins. The course was aimed at early career post-doctoral scientists and PhD students in their second or third year of study.
Location: Research Complex at Harwell (OPFF) and Diamond Light Source (MPL)
Date: May 2013.
Sponsored by: EMBO and Diamond
Organisers: Dr Ray Owens, Dr Isabel Moraes and Dr Martin walsh
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