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File Geerten Vuister, University of Leicester
Automated techniques in NMR structure determination. How far have we come?
File Torsten Herrmann, Université de Lyon
Comparative modeling for liquid and solid-state NMR structure determination
File Jurgen Doreleijers, Radboud University Nijmegen
Large-scale analysis of NMR structures, remediation of common problems.
File Wim Vranken, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Data and coordinates: what's in a structure?
File Tim Stevens, University of Cambridge
Past and New Developments at CCPN
File Dmitri Svergun, EMBL Hamburg
Small-angle X-ray scattering and its complementarity to NMR
File Michael Sattler, Technische Universität München
NMR helped by electrons: Structural studies combining NMR with SAXS, with EPR, and with spin labels
File Andrew Lawrence, University of Kent
NMR, EPR and X-ray crystallography as complementary techniques for investigating protein structure and function
File John Schwabe, University of Leicester
When X-rays need a little help from NMR
File Elisabetta Chiarparin, Astex Pharmaceuticals
Fragment based discovery of a potent XIAP and cIAP1 Dual Antagonist: the NMR perspective
File Trevor Rutherford, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Targeted rescue of a destabilised mutant of the tumour suppressor p53
File Yingqi Xu, Imperial College
Automatic chemical shift assignment for methyl groups in large proteins
File Mark Howard, University of Kent
STD – Saturation Transfer Difference
File Anja Bockmann - IBCP, Lyon
3D assignments strategies for solid proteins
File Adam Lange, University of Utrecht
CCPN comments
File Guido Pintacuda, CNRS/École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
Sequential backbone assignment based on 1H-detection at ultra-fast MAS
File Tiago Cordeiro, IRB, Barcelona
To solve the structure of a protein DNA complex involving the DNA binding domain of Ler, a member of the H-NS family of proteins.
File Katherine Stott, University of Cambridge
Structure and interactions of HMGB1
File Diego Esposito, NIMR, London
Structural studies of the regulatory doman of PLCy1
File Bernd Reif, Technische Universität München
Solid-state NMR studies of the Sup35 prion
File Shakeel Ahmad Shahid - FMP Berlin
De novo Structure of Yad A Membrane Anchor Domain by Solid-State NMR.
File Imré Berger, EMBL, Grenoble
Multi-expression technologies for complex production in prokaryotic and eukaryotic hosts
File Darren Hart, EMBL, Grenoble
ESPRIT and CoESPRIT: Soluble fragment screening for structural biology?
File Sina Reckel, Goethe University, Frankfurt
Strategies for the cell-free expression and NMR structural characterisation of alpha-helical membrane proteins
File Timothy Ragan, NIMR, London
Finding Tractable Protein Fragments
File Nadia Kovalevskaya, Univeristy of Nijmegen
How to get soluble stable protein samples
File Phil Williamson, University of Southampton
Preparation of biological samples for solid-state NMR
File Stuart Findlow, University of Southampton
RDC sample preparation
File James Keeler, University of Cambridge
Signal selection intended to show how pulse sequences select the information content intended
File Dominique Frueh, John Hopkins, Baltimore, USA
Experiments aimed at larger proteins, including non-linear sampling
File Alexander Golovanov, University of Manchester
Some useful NMR tricks: isotopically discriminated (IDIS) NMR and cryoprobe-optimised buffers
File Isabelli Felli, University of Florence, Italy
A perspective on 13C observe experiments: useful for paramagnetics, but how about diamagnetics?
File Geoff Moore, University of East Anglia
An introduction to the study of intrinsically disordered proteins with NMR. Are they ever completely disordered?
File Tanja Mittag, St Jude's Children's Research Hospital, Tennessee, USA
Fuzzy complexzes: How much disorder can biologically relevant complexes tolerate, how can we study them and why should we care?
File Pau Bernadó, IRB, Barcelona, Spain
Exploiting the synergy beween SAXS and NMR in intrinsically disordered proteins
File Malene Jensen, Institut de Biologie Structurale Jean-Pierre Ebel, Grenoble
Conformational ensembles of intrinsically disordered proteins from experimental NMR data
File Ad Bax NIH, Washington, USA
Chemical shifts, SAXS, and dipolar couplings: how can they help
File Rasmus Fogh, University of Cambridge
CCPN/Extend-NMR software Overview
File Jan Pieter Abrahams, University of Leiden
Protein 3D electron crystallography
File Haydyn Mertens, EMBL
Exploring modular systems with SAXS and NMR
File Frank Sobott, University of Oxford
Mass Spectrometry-based Approaches in Structural Biology
File Mei Hong, Iowa State University
Structure, Dynamics and Mechanisms of the Influenza M2 Proton Channel in Lipid Bilayers
File Barth-Jan van Rossum, FMP, Berlin
The Structure of the Alpha-B-Crystallin Dimer and Oligomeric Organization Determined by Solid- State MAS NMR and Small-Angle X-Ray Scattering
File Xavier Salvatella, IRB, Barcelona Spain
Strategies for extracting dynamics from NMR data
File Malcolm Levitt, University of Southampton
Singlet nuclear relaxation in liquids
File Flemming Hansen, University of Toronto, Canada
Structure and dynamics of excited state of proteins studied by NMR relaxation dispersion
File Robert Fenwick, IRB, Barcelona, Spain
Dynamics from RDCs: methods and applications
File Rob Law, Imperial College, London
Lipid rafts: an unstable platform?
File Peter Lukavsky, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
A'-form RNA helices drive microtubule-based mRNA transport in Drosophila
File Gerhard Groebner, Umeå University, Sweden
Insight into the mitochondrial apoptosis regulations by solid state NMR; from the model to ex vivo studies
File Baerbel Blaum, University of Lübeck, Germany
Tackling viruses with carbohydrate receptors by NMR
File Paul Barlow, University of Edinburgh
Modular proteins, with benefits/pitfalls of reconstructing
File Daniel Nietlispach, University of Cambridge
Solution-NMR studies of the seven-helical membrane protein sensory Rhodopsin
File Birgit Habenstein, University of Lyon, France
Structure determination of microcrystalline and fibrillar proteins
File Martin Vogtherr, AstraZeneca Group
NMR in a pharmacological context - setting the scene
File Alessio Ciulli, Yale University
Fragment based rub development: NMR and other methods
File Ben Davis, Vernalis
Fragment based drug develoment: the Vernalis approach
File Eva Lenz, AstraZeneca
The Challenges faced in Clinical Metabo(n/l)omics Studies
File Brian Smith, University of Glasgow
An overview of fast NMR methods and their practical aspects
File Jakob Lopez, University of Frankfurt
Solid state NMR RELOADed: sense and sensitivity
File Bill Broadhurst, University of Cambridge
Protein chemical shirts and dihedral angles (DANGLE)
File Guido Pintacuda, ENS, France
Paramagnetic shifts in protein NMR
File David Wishart, University of Alberta
Calculating protein structures from chemical shifts and vice-versa (CS23D, SHIFTX, and GeNMR)
File Rinaldo Montalvao, University of Cambridge
Practical side of using chemicial shifts for modelling protein-protein complexes
File Steven Brown, University of Warwick
Probing Hydrogen Bonding by Solid-State NMR
File David Middleton, University of Liverpool
Solid-state NMR analysis of amyloid and other protein assemblies
File Daniel Huster, Martin-Luther University, Wittenberg
Methods to Study the Dynamics of Membrane-Associated Proteins by Solid-State NMR – the Example Ras
File Tim Stevens, University of Cambridge
CCPN Status
File Joerg Gsponer, MRC
Novel Structure calculation methodologies
File Vladislav Orekhov, University of Gothenburg
Progress in Multi-Dimensional Decomposition: Hyper-dimensional Spectroscopy and Real-time analysis
File Richard Williamson, University of Kent
Recombinant peptide production for NMR studies
File David Staunton, University of Oxford
Various examples of deuteration, specific labelling and cell-free production
File Marko Hyvönen, University of Cambridge
Disulphide bond protein production in E.coli and preparation/purification from inclusion bodies
File Peter Henderson and Simon Patching, University of Leeds
Membrane protein production
File David Neuhaus, MRC, Cambridge
Why use NMR?
File Cyril Dominque, ETH Zurich
Finding optimal conditions to study the structures of Protein-RNA complexes: The example of hte hnRNP F -G-tract RNA complex
File Dorotaya Staykova, University of Gothenburg
NMR protein studies: projections and decompositions
File Gilles Trave, ESB Strasbourg
Optimising the quality of protein samples for NMR studies: lessons from a difficult viral protein
File Marc Baldus, University of Utrecht
Overview of approaches for biomolecular solid state structure determination - strategies for proteins & complexes of different sizes
File Antoine Loquet, IBCP-CNRS Lyon
Structure calculations from highly ambiguous solid-state NMR data
File Victoria Higman, University of Bristol
Strategies for assigning large membrane proteins by solid-state MAS NMR
File Christian Wasmer, ETH Zurich
Structure determination of amyloid fibrils by solid-state NMR: The HET-s Prion
File Mark Prandolini, University of Frankfurt
DNP is solution at high fields
File Marcel Reese, Gottingen
Shuttling of liquids between low and high fields for DNP - applications
File Andrea Cavalli, Cambridge
Approaches to structure determinatiotn involving chemical shifts
File Anne Poupon, Universite Paris-Sud Orsay, France
HALX, future plans and opinions
File Anne Pajon, PiMS
Status and strategic choices of PIMS
File Bas Leeflang, EUROCarbDB
EUROCarbDB - CCPN requirements
File Rasmus Fogh, University of Cambridge
CCPN machinery status, new machinery version overview
File Peter Keller, Global Phasing Ltd
Kappa goniometry workshop and CCPN
File Wayne Boucher, University of Cambridge
Java XML API
File Mark Girvin, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Helical membrane proteins in micelles and bicelles
File Lukas Tamm, University of Virginia
Structure of PmpG by solution NMR (and how we got there)
File Anthony Mittermaier, McGill University, Montreal
Characterizing millisecond motions in proteins using CPMG-relaxation dispersion measurements II: Building a Dynamical Model
File Martin Blackledge, IBS, Grenoble
Insights into conformational behaviour of unfolded proteins from residual dipolar couplings
File Sina Reckel, University of Frankfurt
In-cell NMR in the liquid and the solid state
File Marc Baldus University of Gottingen
ssNMR on (membrane) protein complexes: methods & applications
File Lucio Frydman, Weizmann Institute, Israel
Single-Scan Multidimensional NMR
File Volker Doetsch, Institute of Biophysical Chemistry, Frankfurt
Combination of cell-free synthesis and NMR spectroscopy for the structure determination of membrane proteins
File Charlie Laughton, CCPB
The CCP Project
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