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Mini-symposium presentations (January 27th, 2020)

Studying macromolecular size-distribution and weak interactions at high concentration by sedimentation velocity analytical ultracentrifugation
Peter Schuck (NIH, USA)

Microscopy tools for addressing oligomerizatio and nanoscale organization of the T cell antigen receptor
Mario Brameshuber (TU Wien, Austria)

SANS, a solution structural method to study complex biological samples
Anne Martel (ILL, France)

Solution structure of biomolecules : ensemble average and its decomposition
Maasaki Sugiyama (Kyoto Univ., Japan)

ITC as a tool in biological research - what do we need to know ? The basis, planning, data treatment and applications
Margarida Bastos (Porto Univ., Portugal)

Combining crystallography, SAXS, AUC and nanoscopy
Ondrej Vanek (Charles Univ., Czech Replublic)

Study of biomolecular interaction by Surface Plasmon Resonance and BioLayer Interferometry
Jérome Dejeu (Univ. Grenoble-Alpes, France)

Cryo-EM for structural biology
Guy Schoehn (IBS, France)

Analytical ultracentrifugation with fluorescence detection: advances in the studies of protein interactions
Huaying Zhao (NIH, USA)

Native MS complements modern biophysical methods for investigating dynamics of macromolecular complexes
Elisabetta Boeri-Erba (IBS, France)

Using NMR spectroscopy to elucidate the structure, dynamics and interactions of proteins
Malene Ringkjobing-Jensen (IBS, France)

Workshop presentations (January 28th to 31st, 2020)

Abstract, lectures & practicals booklet

My experiences in AUC multiwave lenghts
Bertand Raynal (Inst. Pasteur, France)

My experiences in SV for membrane proteins
Christine Ebel (IBS, France)

My experiences in MST
Caroline Mas (IBS, France)

My experiences in SPR & BLI
Jean-Baptiste Reiser (IBS, France)

My experiences in Mass Photometry
Greg Piszcek (NIH, USA)

My experiences in nanoparticules
Fanny Caputo (Sintef, Norway)

My experiences in DLS
Catherine Birck (IGBMC, France)


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