On Thursday June 4th Dr. Milles and Dr. Chemes spoek about studying IDPs using NMR and fluorescence spectroscopy, and how function is encoded into viral motifs in the E1A protein, respectively.
Studying intrinsically disordered proteins by integrated NMR and fluorescence spectroscopies
Dr. Sigrid Milles (Institut de Biologie Structurale Grenoble, France)
CNRS Researcher, Protein Dynamics and Flexibility by NMR Group
The. Milles lab uses NMR and various other biophysical techniques to study the structure, function, and dynamics of disordered proteins.
Given unpublished data was presented, please contact Dr. Milles directly for access to a recording of this talk.
Quantitative analysis of entropic tethering in a minimal viral model system
Dr. Lucia Chemes (CONICET and University Nacional de San Martin, Argentina)
Assistant Professor, Instituto de Investigaciones Biotecnologicas
The Chemes lab uses a range of experimental biophysical techniques to study the interplay between the conformational dynamics and structure of IDPs and the short linear motifs they use for biological function.
Given unpublished data was presented, please contact Dr. Chemes directly for access to a recording of this talk.
Los Angeles: 10:00 AM - Chicago: 12:00 PM - New York: 1:00 PM
London: 6:00 PM - Paris: 7:00 PM - Moscow: 8:00 PM
Delhi: 10:30 PM - Beijing: 1:00 AM (Friday) - Sydney: 3:00 AM (Friday)