protein engineering: new approaches and applications. A joint Biochemical Society / Protein Society conference

Protein engineering continues to prove pivotal in progressing our fundamental understanding of how natural proteins fold and function, paving the way for exploitation outside their natural biological context. This Focused Meeting will explore the many new approaches and tools that are currently revolutionising the field.



Topics

Computational protein engineering
Directed evolution
Constructing functional biocatalysts
Synthetic biology from the bottom up
Engineering protein-protein interfaces

+ show speakers and program

Brian Kuhlman (The University of North Carolina, U.S.A.)
Metabolite biosensors for monitoring cellular health during therapeutic protein production
Karen Polizzi (Imperial College London, United Kingdom)
Lynne Regan (Yale University, U.S.A.)
Performance analysis of orthogonal pairs in unnatural translation
Nediljko Budisa (Berlin Institute of Technology, Germany)
P. Leslie Dutton (University of Pennsylvania, U.S.A.)

10 Apr - 12 Apr 2013
Chester
United Kingdom
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