Solution Scattering from Biological Macromolecules

This EMBO Practical Course is aimed at young scientists working in the field of structural biology including biochemists, biophysicists, and those specializing in other structural techniques (macromolecular crystallography, electron microscopy, NMR) and in bioinformatics.

Small-angle scattering (SAS) of X-rays and neutrons (SAXS/SANS) yields low resolution models of biological macromolecules in solution and also allows one to rapidly analyze structural changes in response to variations in external conditions.

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Speakers






Lise Arleth

University of Copenhagen
Denmark

Olwyn Byron

University of Glasgow
United Kingdom

Robert Fischetti

Argonne National Laboratory
United States

Daniel Franke

EMBL Hamburg
Germany

Alexey Kikhney

EMBL Hamburg
Germany

Gerard Kleywegt

EMBL-EBI
United Kingdom

Peter Konarev

EMBL Hamburg
Germany

Claudio Luchinat

CERM University of Florence
Italy

Rob Meijers

EMBL Hamburg
Germany

Annalisa Pastore

MRC National Institute for Medical Research
United Kingdom






Maxim Petoukhov

EMBL Hamburg
Germany

Manfred Roessle

EMBL Hamburg
Germany

Titia Sixma

Netherlands Cancer Institute
Netherlands

Jan Skov Pedersen

Aarhus University
Denmark

Dmitri Svergun

EMBL Hamburg
Germany

Jill Trewhella

University of Sydney
Australia

Giancarlo Tria

EMBL Hamburg
Germany

Patrice Vachette

IBBMC CNRS-Université Paris-Sud
France

Regine Willumeit

Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht
Germany


17 Oct - 24 Oct 2012
Hamburg
Germany
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