2011 Scarborough

Timothy Ragan, NIMR, London

Finding Tractable Protein Fragments

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Nadia Kovalevskaya, University of Nijmegen

How to get soluble stable protein samples

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Phil Williamson, University of Southampton

Preparation of biological samples for solid-state NMR

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Stuart Findlow, University of Southampton

RDC sample preparation

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James Keeler, University of Cambridge

Signal selection intended to show how pulse sequences select the information content intended

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Dominique Frueh, John Hopkins, Baltimore

Experiments aimed at larger proteins, including non-linear sampling

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Alexander Golovanov, University of Manchester

Some useful NMR tricks:  isotopically discriminated (IDIS) NMR and cryoprobe-optimised buffers

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Isabella Felli, University of Florence

A perspective on 13C observe experiments: useful for paramagnetics, but how about diamagnetics?

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Geoff Moore, University of East Anglia

An introduction to the study of intrinsically disordered proteins with NMR.  Are they ever completely disordered?

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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?

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Pau Bernadó, IRB Barcelona

Exploiting the synergy beween SAXS and NMR in intrinsically disordered proteins

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Malene Jensen-Ringkjøbing, IBS Grenoble

Conformational ensembles of intrinsically disordered proteins from experimental NMR data

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