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CCPN / CCPBioSim 2016 Presentations

 

Tiago Cordeiro Disentangling flexible, transient and multivalent macromolecular assemblies Presentation

 

Benjamin Bardiaux

 

Accurate and efficient structure calculation from solution and solid-state NMR data

 

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Markus Weingarth

 

Peptide and Protein assembly by solid-state NMR and MD simulations

 

Presentation (upcoming)

 

Simon Olsson

 

Combining molecular simulations and NMR: from structure ensembles to molecular kinetics

 

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Irene Diaz Moreno

 

How Molecules Form Transient Complexes in Photosynthesis and Respiration

 

Presentation (upcoming)

 

Mikael Feracci

 

Structural basis of RNA recognition and dimerization by the STAR proteins T-STAR and Sam68

 

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Rivka Isaacson

 

Transient interactions as decision points in protein quality control

 

Presentation (upcoming)

 

Enrico Luchinat

 

Protein folding and maturation in mammalian cells by NMR

 

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Julien Michel

 

Biomolecular simulations: challenges and opportunities for synergies with biophysical measurements of protein-ligand interactions

Presentation (upcoming)

 

Ulrich Zachariae

 

Ion movement in membrane proteins under voltage: Functional mechanisms of ion channels and beyond

 

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Andrea Cavalli

 

Thermodynamics and kinetics of drug-target binding through molecular simulations

 

Presentation (upcoming)

 

Edina Rosta

 

Dynamics and Reaction Mechanism of Phosphate Catalytic Enzymes

 

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Frédéric Allain

 

Structures of protein RNA complexes using NMR, EPR and Mass-spectrometry

 

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Jason Schnell

 

Molecular mechanisms in stabilising ER membrane tubules by   DP1/Reticulon proteins.

 

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Michael Sattler

 

Studying conformational dynamics and molecular recognition using integrated structural biology in solution

 

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Joern Werner

 

When the whole is more than its parts: Molecular mechanisms of eukaryotic elongation factor 2 kinase (eEF2K) activation

 

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Phil Biggin

 

MD predictions and electrophysiology give powerful insight into ionotropic glutamate receptor function

 

Presentation (upcoming)

 

Lars Brathholm

 

Protein Structure Refinement Using Quantum Mechanics-Derived Chemical Shift Prediction

 

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Wouter Boomsma

 

Molecular simulations driven by NMR chemical shifts: the nature of the bias

 

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Marieke Schor

 

Interfacial adsorption of proteins - insights from experiments and multiscale modelling

 

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