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Jonas Adler

Jonas Adler, DeepMind

Highly accurate protein structure prediction with AlphaFold

Nick Fowler

Nick Fowler, University of Leicester

The accuracy of protein structures in solution determined by AlphaFold and NMR

Angus Robertson, University of Lund

Structural biology on large systems – NMR, AlphaFold, and RDCs

Theresa Ramelot & Guy Montelione, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY

Can AlphaFold Models Guide NMR Data Analysis?

Theo Karamanos, University of Leeds

Large chaperone complexes through the lens of NMR spectroscopy

Eszter Najbauer, MPI Göttingen

Living on the edge of solids and liquids: the selective hydrogel at the heart of nucleocytoplasmic transport

Florent Delhommel, Technical University of Munich

Identifying and characterising new co-chaperones of the HSP90 chaperoning system

Agnes Adler, Utrecht University

An NMR view of the dynamic Microtubule surface

Magnus Kjærgaard

Magnus Kjærgaard, University of Aarhus

Intrinsically disordered linkers as regulators of biochemistry

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Laura Marino Perez First Slide

Laura Mariño Pérez, University of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca

The use of nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and X-ray crystallography for visualising protein breathing motions associated with aromatic ring flipping

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Janet Kumita

Janet Kumita, University of Cambridge

Investigating the impact of folded domains on IDP-mediated liquid-liquid phase separation

Rebecca Beveridge

Rebecca Beveridge, University of Strathclyde

Ion mobility mass spectrometry insights into dynamic protein complexes and conformations

Geerten Vuister & Vicky Higman, University of Leicester

CcpNmr Analysis Version 3.1.0 and beyond