Timothy Ragan, NIMR, London
Finding Tractable Protein Fragments
Nadia Kovalevskaya, University of Nijmegen
How to get soluble stable protein samples
Phil Williamson, University of Southampton
Preparation of biological samples for solid-state NMR
Stuart Findlow, University of Southampton
RDC sample preparation
James Keeler, University of Cambridge
Signal selection intended to show how pulse sequences select the information content intended
Dominique Frueh, John Hopkins, Baltimore
Experiments aimed at larger proteins, including non-linear sampling
Alexander Golovanov, University of Manchester
Some useful NMR tricks: isotopically discriminated (IDIS) NMR and cryoprobe-optimised buffers
Isabella Felli, University of Florence
A perspective on 13C observe experiments: useful for paramagnetics, but how about diamagnetics?
Geoff Moore, University of East Anglia
An introduction to the study of intrinsically disordered proteins with NMR. Are they ever completely disordered?
Tanja Mittag, St Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, Tennessee
Fuzzy complexzes: How much disorder can biologically relevant complexes tolerate, how can we study them and why should we care?
Pau Bernadó, IRB Barcelona
Exploiting the synergy beween SAXS and NMR in intrinsically disordered proteins
Malene Jensen-Ringkjøbing, IBS Grenoble
Conformational ensembles of intrinsically disordered proteins from experimental NMR data