Chianti Workshop - Magnetic resonance for cellular structural biology

Magnetic resonance for cellular structural biology
5-10 June 2016, Principina Terra (Grosseto), Italy

The Workshop aims at exploring the potential of combining the atomistic view attainable from solution and solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy with the most innovative approaches of electron paramagnetic resonance, cryo-electron microscopy, optical spectroscopies, small angle scattering, and crystallography for expanding our understanding of the structural and dynamic properties of macromolecules, from the test-tube to environments that mimic intact cells.

The topics covered in the program include the most recent and innovative developments in magnetic resonance and in other relevant high and low resolution techniques, their synergistic combination to describe the structural and dynamic properties of the biomolecules involved in specific cellular pathways, as well as the exploration of potential approaches that hold promise for addressing some of the major fundamental questions in mechanistic molecular biology.

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Sunday, June 5, 2016 to Friday, June 10, 2016
Principina Terra (Grosseto), Italy