SFB 1035 Vorträge

Datum Vortragender Institution Thema
26.11.18 Anne Aust Institute of Microbiology
Universität Greifswald
Investigation of the influence of Nisin to the composition of membrane proteomics from Clostridium difficile
25.10.18 Martin Kampmann Department of Biochemistry
Biophysics Institute for Neurodegenerative Diseases
University of California
San Francisco
Cellular mechanisms controlling protein aggregation and spreading in neurodegenerative diseases
19.10.18 Lucia Banci CERM, Magnetic Resonance Center
University of Florence
The unique NMR contribution to uncover cellular processes
19.10.18 Martin Blackledge IBS Institut de Biologie Structurale
Grenoble
NMR studies of large-scale protein conformational dynamics: from fundamental biophysics to functional biology
19.10.18 Christian Griesinger Max-Planck-Institut für biophysikalische Chemie Göttingen Recognition by NMR: applications to immunology and neurodegeneration
19.10.18 Robert G. Griffin MIT
Cambridge
Atomic resolution structures of amyloid fibrils
19.10.18 Angela Gronenborn University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Synergy between NMR, cryo-EM and large-scale MD simulations - structure and dynamics of the HIV capsid and its cellular interactors
19.10.18 Horst Kessler Institute for Advanced Study
Technische Universität München
The development of NMR in Germany and the foundation of the BNMRZ
19.10.18 Gerhard Wagner Harvard Medical School
Boston
Tackling human translation initiation with diverse structural and functional methods
12.10.18 Jeff Noel Laboratory for Structural Biology of Membrane-Associated Processes
Max-Delbrück-Centrum für Molekulare Medizin
Berlin
Toward understanding the mechanochemical operation of the dynamin molecular motor
10.10.18 Anna Maria d'Ursi Department of Pharmacy
University of Salerno
Investigating interactions of small molecules with the beta-amyloid peptide
01.10.18 Joel Mackay School of Life and Environmental Sciences
University of Sydney
Mammalian gene transcription: structure, function and design
14.09.18 Maria R Conte Centre for Biomolecular Spectroscopy
Randall Centre for Cell and Molecular Biophysics
King’s College London
Insights into protein-RNA recognition from the La-related protein superfamily
27.07.18 Rachael DeTar NIH Protein Biotechnology Training Program
Washington State University
Chloroplast ion homeostasis: new insights from a systems biology approach
13.07.18 Blanche Schwappach Institut für Molekularbiologie
Zentrum Biochemie
Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
The GET pathway has distinct roles in guided entry of tail-anchored proteins and Golgi-to-ER traffic
29.06.18 Daniel Häußinger Department Chemie
Universität Basel
New DOTA-type lanthanide complexes as tags for pseudo-contact shift NMR
26.06.18 Gaël De Paëpe Institut de Biologie Structurale
Grenoble
DNP-enabled atomic-scale structural fingerprinting of protein aggregates at natural isotopic abundance and selective detection of protein binding sites
21.06.18 Zdeněk Tošner Laboratory of NMR Spectroscopy
Charles University
Prag
Increasing responsive sample volume in biological solid-sate NMR spectroscopy
16.06.18 Jay Kant Yadav Department of Biotechnology
Central University of Rajasthan
Indien
Amyloids of antimicrobial peptides - A new paradigm of functional amyloids
06.06.18 Sergi Padilla-Parra Gruppenleiter in der Abteilung Structural Biology
Nuffield Department of Medicine
University of Oxford
Detecting protein-protein interactions in live cells: Lifetime Imaging
05.06.18 Stephen C. Blacklow Department of Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology
Harvard Medical School
Unraveling notch signal transduction
22.05.18 Amitabha Chattopadhyay CSIR - Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology
Hyderabad
Cholesterol-induced conformational plasticity and oligomerization of GPCRs: Novel insights in health and disease
17.05.18 Gunnar von Heijne Professur Theoretical Chemistry
Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Universität Stockholm
Cotranslational protein folding
26.04.18 Jürgen Plitzko Research Department Molecular Structural Biology
Max-Planck-Institut für Biochemie
Martinsried
Enabling and doing structural biology in situ - Recent advances in cryo-electron tomography
23.04.18 Giovanni Bussi Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati - SISSA Using molecular simulations and solution experiments to predict RNA structural dynamics
06.04.18 Ramanujan Hedge MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Cambridge
Quality control of proteins orphaned in the cytosol
05.04.18 Ramanujan Hedge MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Cambridge
Mechanisms of membrane protein biogenesis
26.03.18 Theodore Kwaku Dayie Dayie Research Laboratory
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
University of Maryland
How pervasive are 'invisible’ RNA conformational states in biology?
23.03.18 Andrea Cerase Avner Group
European Molecular Biology Laboratory
Monterotondo bei Rom
Characterization of Xist lncRNA functional interactome
14.03.18 Regina M. Murphy Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Transthyretin mimetics as anti-β-amyloid agents: A comparison of peptide and protein approaches
09.03.18 Stefano Ricagno Department of Bioscience
Universität Mailand
The toxic polymerization of neuroserpin: structural insights and inhibition
01.03.18 Simon Olsson Alexander von Humboldt Postdoc
Abteilung Computational Molecular Biology
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
FU Berlin
Models of molecular kinetics driven by molecular simulations and experiment
23.02.18 Edward J Brignole Drennan Research & Education Laboratory
MIT
Cambridge
One ring to rule them all, building blocks for DNA synthesis and repair
23.02.18 Dirk Ostareck Uniklinik
RWTH Aachen
Post-transcriptional regulation by RNA binding proteins in haematopoietic cells
08.02.18 Kirsten Jung Lehrstuhl Mikrobiologie
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
The complexity of bacterial stress response: from receptors to translational regulation
01.02.18 Danny Nedialkova TUM Professur für
Biochemistry of Gene Expression und
Leiterin des 'Mechanisms of Protein Biogenesis Laboratory' am
MPI für Biochemie
Cellular mechanisms coupling protein synthesis and folding
25.01.18 Simon Alberti Forschungsgruppe Makromoleküle und räumliche und zeitliche Aspekte des Zytoplasma-Aufbaus
MPI für Molekulare Zellbiologie und Genetik
Dresden
Organizing living matter: the role of phase transitions in cell biology and disease
18.01.18 Roberto Sitia Leiter der Protein Transport and Secretion Unit
Ospedale San Raffaele IRCCS
Division of Genetics and Cell Biology
Mailand
Sculpting thesecretome: how cells edit their language
09.01.18 Anna Maria Papini Laboratory of Peptide and Protein Chemistry and Biology
Universität Florenz
Post-translationally modified peptide structures to reveal the mimicry pathway breaking immune tolerance
2017
18.12.17 Chiara Giannone Division of Genetics and Cell Biology
San Raffaele University
Mailand
An unexpected intermediate in IgM polymerization
07.12.17 Kiyoshi Nagai MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Cambridge
CryoEM snapshots of the spliceosome provide insights into the mechanism of pre-mRNA splicing
06.12.17 Michael Börsch Single-Molecule Microscopy Group
Jena University Hospital
Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena
Fast subunit rotation in single FoF1-ATP synthases monitored by smFRET in an ABEL trap
01.12.17 Andres Ramos Research Department of Structural & Molecular Biology
University College London
Regulating the transport of multiple RNA targets: the devil is in the domain
14.11.17 Rolf Backofen Professur für Bioinformatik
Institut für Informatik
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Bioinformatics analysis of complex protocols: CLIP-seq and single-cell RNA-seq
25.10.17 Alexander Barnes Department of Chemistry
Washington University in St. Louis
Dynamic nuclear polarization and electron decoupling with pulsed microwaves and magic angle spinning NMR at 4.2 Kelvin
24.10.17 Bernhard Brutscher Team Protein Folding and Methods Development
IBS Institut de Biologie Structurale
Grenoble
Real-time multidimensional NMR: exploring the free-energy landscape of biological macromolecules
19.10.17 Hartmut Oschkinat Department of NMR-Supported Structural Biology
Leibniz Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie
Structural investigations by MAS solid-state NMR: Membrane proteins and biofilms
18.10.17 Flemming Hansen Abteilung Structural & Molecular Biology
University College London
Using protein side-chain dynamics to probe an enzymatic transition state and allosteric enzymatic regulation
16.10.17 Jens Meiler Departments of Chemistry, Pharmacology and Biomedical Informatics
Vanderbilt University
Membrane protein structure prediction integrating limited experimental data
11.10.17 Roman Tuma Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology
University of Leeds
Dissecting steps in ATP-driven protein translocation through the SecY translocon
28.09.17 David Neuhaus MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Cambridge
Structural basis of detection and signalling of DNA single-strand breaks by human PARP-1: an NMR-based mechanistic study
28.09.17 Steve Matthews Imperial College, London Structural basis of functional amyloid secretion by bacteria
11.09.17 Albert Smith Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie
ETH Zürich
Dynamics in NMR: Modelling and interpretation
11.08.17 Alexander Schneidereit Senior Technical Specialist Synthetic Biology für Life Sciences Solutions
Thermo Fisher Scientific GENEART GmbH
CRISPR-Cas9 is revolutionizing genome editing
27.07.17 Dorothea Fiedler Leibniz Forschungsinstitut für Molekulare Pharmakologie
Berlin
Elucidating the functions of inositol pyrophosphate messengers with chemical tools
14.07.17 Wah Chiu National Center for Macromolecular Imaging
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston
Atomic Resolution CryoEM: challenges and opportunities
11.07.17 Paolo Rovero Abteilung Neurowissenschaften
Universität Florenz
Serpin peptides as collagen turnover modulators
05.07.17 Santiago Martinez Lumbreras King's College London Integrating NMR and other biophysical techniques to study multi-modular proteins; from RNA-binding to protein quality control regulation
05.07.17 Jirka Peschek Peter Walter Lab
Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics
UCSF, San Francisco
Cutting, healing and sealing of mRNA during the unfolded protein response
29.06.17 Björn Corzilius Institut für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie
Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
Dynamic nuclear polarization using endogenous metal ions for sensitivity-enhanced NMR of biomolecules
27.06.17 Kevin Burgess Department of Chemistry
Texas A&M University
Using EKO to match small molecule conformations to protein-protein-interactions
26.06.17 Juan-Miguel Lopez del Amo CIC Energigune
Parque Tecnologico de Alava, Miñano
Solid state NMR investigations of advanced materials and biomaterials for energy storage
26.06.17 Georgios Spyroulias Department of Pharmacy
University of Patras, Griechenland
NMR studies of RNA and ADP-ribose binding proteins
22.06.17 Thomas Scheibel Lehrstuhl Biomaterialien
Universität Bayreuth
Engineering, processing and applications of structural proteins: The Tale of Spider Silk
21.06.17 Diego Gauto Solid-state NMR and Protein Dynamics Team
Institut de Biologie Structurale
Grenoble
Structure and functional dynamics of a half-megadalton enzyme assembly from solid-state NMR and computational methods
14.06.17 Florent Delhommel Institut Pasteur, Paris Structural study of Whirlin, a modular protein essential for the molecular mechanisms of vision and hearing
12.06.17 Eckhard Jankowsky RNA Center
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland, USA
RNA helicases in translation initiation
01.06.17 Rina Rosenzweig Weizmann Institute
Rehovot, Israel
Hsp70 chaperone-substrate interaction – an NMR view
18.05.17 John Christodoulou Research Department of Structural & Molecular Biology
University College London
Protein folding on the ribosome
11.05.17 Liz Miller Group 'Protein transport and quality control in the secretory pathway'
MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Cambridge
Policing secretion: biosynthesis, folding and traffic of ABC transporters
04.05.17 Henning Mootz Institute of Biochemistry
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Engineered intein tools for manipulating protein structure and function
03.05.17 Romana Schirhagl Faculty of Medical Sciences
University of Groningen, Niederlande
Optical sensing of high speed or high resolution magnetic resonances spectroscopy
25.04.17 Kalervo Hiltunen Biocenter Oulu
Fakultät Biochemie und Molekulare Medizin
Universität von Oulu, Finnland
Multiple facets of mitochondrial fatty acid synthesis: from basic research to inborn errors in humans
21.04.17 Felix Torres Université Pierre et Marie Curie
Paris
Integrating NMR and computations: a way to structure-activity relationship
03.04.17 Promod Pratap Deptartment of Physics and Astronomy
University of North Carolina
Greensboro, USA
Steady-state and transient kinetic analysis of sodium pump from the plasma membrane of the nasal glands of Pekin duck: age-related differences
16.02.17 Saba Suladze Physikalische Chemie I
Fakultät für Chemie und Chemische Biologie
Technische Universität Dortmund
Volumetric properties of proteins
09.01.17 Anne Schütz Department of Medical Genetics & Microbiology
University of Toronto
A dynamic molecular basis for malfunction in disease mutants of the AAA+ ATPase p97
2016
13.12.16 Christian Becker Institut für Biologische Chemie
Universität Wien
(Semi-)Synthesis of postranslationally modified proteins
07.12.16 Claus Seidel Lehrstuhl für Molekulare Physikalische Chemie
Universität Düsseldorf
Quantitative FRET studies and integrative modeling unravel the structure and dynamics of biomolecular systems
05.12.16 Jim Bardwell Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, USA
Visualizing chaperone mediated folding
29.11.16 Brian Freeman Department of Cell and Developmental Biology
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Molecular chaperones regulate the chromatin landscape. Is it time to move?
24.11.16 Veit Hornung Genzentrum
Ludwig- Maximilians- Universität München
Dissecting innate immune sensing and signaling pathways using genome engineering tools
23.11.16 Christoph Rademacher Abteilung Structural Glycobiology
Max-Planck-Institut für Kolloid- und Grenzflächenforschung, Potsdam
From fragment screening to ligand-based targeted delivery to dendritic cells
03.11.16 Christian Löw Group 'Structural and dynamic insights into nutrient uptake systems'
EMBL Hamburg c/o DESY
Nutrient uptake systems – a structural view on integral membrane transporters
28.10.16 Vipin Agarwal Tata Institute for Fundamental Research (TIFR)
Centre for Interdisciplinary Sciences (TCIS)
Narsingi, Hyderabad
Selective polarization exchange amongst protons in fully protonated proteins at 100 kHz MAS frequencies
21.10.16 Javier Caceres University of Edinburgh
MRC Human Genetics Unit
Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine (IGMM)
Regulation of miRNA biogenesis
20.10.16 Michele Vendruscolo Department of Chemistry & Centre for Misfolding Diseases
University of Cambridge
Determination of structural ensembles of proteins using NMR spectroscopy and statistical mechanics
27.09.16 Markus Kunze Medizinische Universität Wien
Zentrum für Hirnforschung
Abteilung Pathobiologie des Nervensystems
Type-2 peroxisomal targeting signals are recognized by a receptor complex consisting of PEX7 and PEX5
20.09.16 Karin Reinisch Yale School of Medicine
New Haven, USA
SMP-domain proteins in lipid homeostasis
18.08.16 Peter Walter Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics
UCSF, San Francisco, USA
From unfolded preteens to cognition: The serendipitous path of discovery
18.07.16 Sergey Samsonov Structural Bioinformatics & Computational Biology
Biotechnology Center
Technische Universität Dresden
Combining computational and experimental approaches to characterize IL-8/glycosaminoglycan interactions
15.07.16 Tomas Jacso Nuevolution A/S
Kopenhagen, Dänemark
General drug discovery and the Nuevolution drug discovery platform Chemetics
11.07.16 Roberto Kopke Salinas Instituto de Química
Universidade de São Paulo, Brasilien
NMR studies of protein subunits of a bacterial killing type IV secretion system
07.07.16 Daniel Rauh Fachbereich Chemische Biologie
Technische Universität Dortmund
Chemical oncology
01.07.16 Alan Lowe London Centre for Nanotechnology & Institute for Structural and Molecular Biology
University College London
Integrating single-molecule and single-cell measurements to characterise the mechanism of the Nuclear Pore Complex
01.07.16 Marina Ramirez-Alvarado Laboratory Protein Misfolding
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Mayo Clinic
Rochester, Minnesota, USA
Light chain amyloidosis: biophysics in the test tube and in the cell
30.06.16 Elke Deuerling Molekulare Mikrobiologie
Department Biologie
Universität Konstanz
Molecular chaperone machines and their roles in protein synthesis, folding and transport
16.06.16 Raik Grünberg KAUST
Jeddah
Saudi-Arabien
Engineering of protein interaction systems
14.06.16 Wolfgang Hoyer Institut für Physikalische Biologie
Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Amyloid formation studied by engineered binding proteins
09.06.16 Martin Jinek Biochemisches Institut
Universität Zürich
Structural insights into CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing
01.06.16 Andrei Yudin Department of Chemistry
University of Toronto
Searching for bioactive molecules using the tools of chemical synthesis
24.05.16 Liliya Vugmeyster Natural & Physical Sciences Division
Department of Chemistry
University of Colorado at Denver
Dynamics and solvation of the amyloid Aβ hydrophobic core
12.05.16 Roland Lill Institut für Zytobiologie und Zytopahtologie
Universität Marburg
Biogenesis of iron-sulfur proteins in eukaryotes: Mitochondria, mitosomes, mechanisms, DNA maintenance, and maladies
06.05.16 Christopher P. Jaroniec Department of Chemistry
Ohio State University
Columbus
Structural and dynamic studies of protein assemblies by solid-state NMR spectroscopy
03.05.16 Robert Silvers Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Chemistry
Cambridge
Structural characterization of fibrils found in Alzheimer’s disease and dialysis-related amyloidosis
27.04.16 Sara Snoerup Linse Center for Molecular Protein Science CMPS
Department of Biochemistry and Structural Biology
Lund University
Mechanism of amyloid beta peptide aggregation and the role of secondary nucleation
14.04.16 Robert Konrat Computational Biology and Biomolecular NMR Spectroscopy
Max. F. Perutz Laboratories
Vienna Biocenter
Finding order in intrinsically disordered proteins
08.04.16 Alisha Jones Department of Chemistry
University of Washington
Seattle, USA
Characterization of the 300-nucleotide conserved core region of lincRNA Cyrano
04.04.16 Rachel E. Klevit Biomolecular Structure Center
University of Washington
Seattle, USA
Human small heat shock proteins---no heat required
16.03.16 Gabriele Varani Physical and Biophysical Chemistry
University of Washington, Seattle, USA
Intelligent design of RNA-binding proteins with new activity
11.03.16 Andy Byrd Structural Biophysics Laboratory
National Cancer Institute,
Frederick, Maryland, USA
Examining activation and inter-molecular interactions in ubiquitination and GTPase-activating proteins: allostery, dynamics, and surfaces
15.02.16 Janne Johansson Neurobiology, Care Sciences and Society
Karolinska Institutet,
Stockholm
Control of protein assembly - BRICHOS inhibition of amyloid aggregation and toxicity in vitro and in vivo
15.02.16 Jenny Presto Center for Alzheimer Research,
NVS Department
Karolinska Institutet,
Huddinge
Control of protein assembly - BRICHOS inhibition of amyloid aggregation and toxicity in vitro and in vivo
28.01.16 Fred Wittinghofer Emeritusgruppe
Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Physiologie, Dortmund
From ciliary traffic control to anti-Ras drug candidates
11.01.16 Ziad Ibrahim Groupe Extremophiles et grands assemblages moléculaires
Institut de Biologie Structurale
Grenoble
Structural, dynamical and functional study of the proteasome activating complex (PAN)
2015
21.12.15 Abraham López Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacology
IRB Barcelona Institute for Research in Biomedicine
University of Barcelona
Study of the conformational dynamics of prolyl oligopeptidase
17.12.15 Richard Zimmermann Theoretische Medizin
Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken
Functional architecture of a protein translocase
in the human ER membrane
16.12.15 Stefan Bibow Labor für Physikalische Chemie
ETH Zürich
The 3D solution structure of discoidal
high-density lipoprotein particles
08.12.15 Chiara Cabrele Research Centre of Bioscience and Health
Department of Molecular Biology
Universität Salzburg
The Id-protein family: An example of intrinsic protein disorder and inhibition of DNA-binding
19.11.15 Roger Goody Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Physiologie,
Emeritus-Gruppe
Prof. Dr. R. Goody, Dortmund
The chemical biological approach to GTPase research: old and new examples
04.11.15 Matthias Müller Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Physiologie,
Emeritus-Gruppe Prof. Dr. R. Goody, Dortmund
Characterisation of a Rab effector family
29.10.15 Andi Mainz Institut für Chemie / OC / Biologische Chemie
Technische Universität Berlin
The molecular chaperone αB-crystallin deploys
different interfaces to capture an amorphous and an amyloid client
22.10.15 Brenda Schulman Cancer Genetics, Biochemistry & Cell Biology
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, USA
Lessons from ubiquitin conjugation cascades:
Conformational and dynamic
protein regulation
15.10.15 Angela Gronenborn Department of Structural Biology
University of Pittsburgh, USA
Synergy between NMR, cryo-EM and large scale MD simulations – An all atom model of a native HIV capsid
12.10.15 Kristen Lynch University of Pennsylvania
Medical School
Philadelphia, USA
Pathways of signal induced alternative splicing
01.10.15 David Fushman Center Biomol. Struct. & Organization
Department Chemistry & Biochemistry
University of Maryland, USA
Towards deciphering the 'ubiquitin code': analysis of the linkage-structure-recognition relationships in polyubiquitin chains
10.09.15 Daniel Romo CPRIT Synthesis & Drug-Lead Discovery Laboratory
Baylor University
Texas, USA
Bioactivity-guided retrosynthesis for exploration of the cell biology of natural products
09.07.15 Lukasz Jaremko Forschungsgruppe Proteinstrukturbestimmung mittels NMR
Max-Planck-Institut für biophysikalische Chemie, Göttingen
Membrane proteins, structure and dynamics
09.07.15 Mariusz Jaremko Forschungsgruppe Proteinstrukturbestimmung mittels NMR
Max-Planck-Institut für biophysikalische Chemie, Göttingen
How folded is unfolded and how unfolded is folded?
02.07.15 Sabine Amslinger Organische Chemie
Universität Regensburg
Employing the enone functionality to modulate biological activity
01.07.15 Peter M. Tessier Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering
Center for Biotechnology & Interdisciplinary Studies
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, USA
Toward improved methods for designing and evolving anti-amyloid antibodies
25.06.15 Christian Hedberg Chemical Biology Center
Institute of Chemistry
Umeå University, Schweden
Chemical tools for exploring nucleotidylation in intracellular bacterial infection
23.06.15 Corinna Hess Bioinorganic Chemistry
Catalysis Research Center
Technische Universität München
Multi-cofactored catalysts for sustainable chemistry
22.06.15 Nadine Schwierz Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Chemistry
University of California, Berkeley
Fibril growth of Aß40-peptides – thermodynamic and kinetic aspects
11.06.15 Kai Johnsson École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Institute of Chemical Sciences and Engineering
Lausanne, Switzerland
Fluorescent probes for live-cell imaging
02.06.15 Rebecca Wachter Chemie & Biochemie,
Arizona State University
Rubisco rescue: structure and function of higher plant Rubisco activase
02.06.15 Anna Maria Papini European Infrastructure of Laboratories of Peptide and Protein Chemistry and Biology,
University of Florence
Aberrant post-translationally modified peptides in immune-mediated diseases
02.06.15 Zdenek Tošner Laboratory of NMR Spectroscopy,
Faculty of Science,
Charles University Prag, Tschechische Republik
Optimal control in design of solid-state NMR experiments
21.05.15 Holger Stark MPI für Biophysikalische Chemie &
Universität Göttingen
Structure and dynamics of the Ribosome at high resolution by cryo-EM
20.05.15 Jacob Anglister Department of Structural Biology
Faculty of Chemistry
Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
Observation of intermolecular NOE interactions in large protein complexes
13.05.15 David Klenerman Department of Chemistry
University of Cambridge, UK
Watching single molecules
30.04.15 Maria Macias Structural & Computational Biology,
IRB Barcelona
Smad proteins during the last 500 million years: evolution, human SNP variations and somatic mutations. A structural approach.
09.04.15 Marielle Wälti Gruppe Biological Nuclear Magnetic Resonance,
Laboratorium für Physikalische Chemie,
ETH Zürich
NMR studies on the Alzheimer's peptide, Abeta, and on an oncoprotein, HDM2
16.03.15 Utz Fischer Gruppe Macromolecular Machines,
Department Biochemie,
Biozentrum Universität Würzburg
How cells assemble macromolecular machines
22.01.15 Helma Wennemers Organische Chemie,
ETH Zürich
Bioinspired chemistry with Proline-rich peptides
2014
18.12.14 Stephan Grzesiek Biozentrum, Strukturbiologie,
Universität Basel
Details of biomolecular
structure, dynamics and
function from solution
NMR, including signaling
in a GPCR
11.12.14 Markus Wahl Institut für Chemie und Biochemie,
Freie Universität Berlin
Regulated disruption and re-assembly of SNURPs during splicing
10.12.14 Paul W. Wiseman Department of Chemistry,
McGill University Montreal, Kanada
Image correlation spectroscopy... Looking backward and forward in the time series
09.12.14 Jochen Müller Faculty in Physics & Astronomy, University of Minnesota z-scan fluorescence fluctuation spectroscopy
08.12.14 Ingo Gregor III. Physikalisches Institut - Biophysik, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen The world of supperresolution fluorescence microscopy
02.12.14 Annalisa Pastore Department of Basic and Clinical Neurosciences,
King's College, London
Functional protein energy landscapes come at a cost: the aggregation properties of polyglutamine proteins
20.11.14 Dagmar Klostermeier Institut für
Physikalische Chemie, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
The role of
conformational changes
for RNA unwinding by
DEAD-box helicases:
a single molecule
FRET study
20.11.14 Beat Meier Laboratorium für
Physikalische Chemie,
ETH Zürich
Atomic-resolution 3D structure of amyloid β fibrils bearing the Osaka mutation
20.11.14 Anja Böckmann Institut de Biologie
et de Chimie
des Protéines,
Université de Lyon
Atomic-resolution
3D structure of amyloid β fibrils bearing the Osaka mutation
19.11.14 Matthias Weiss Forschungsschwerpunkt
Zelluläre Biophysik,
Lehrstuhl Experimentalphysik I,
Universität Bayreuth
Motion in a crowded
world - elucidating transport phenomena
in living matter
18.10.14 George Rose Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore The hazards of drawing thermodynamic conclusions from X-ray structures
17.10.14 Robert Freedman University of Warwick Folding and export of high value proteins by E. coli with engineered redox and export machinery
13.11.14 Matthias Geyer Physikalische Chemie,
caesar Bonn
Regulation of transcription by the RNA
Polymerase II CTD code
10.11.14 Sandro Keller Fachbereich Biologie
Molekulare Biophysik
Technische Universität Kaiserslautern
An unusual membrane-protein topology
for sensing bilayer thickness
and triggering bacterial biofilm formation
10.11.14 Mike Schutkowski Institut für Biochemie und Biotechnologie
Abteilung Enzymologie
Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Profiling of epigenetic targets using peptide microarrays
15.10.14 Michael Nilges Abteilung für Strukturelle Bioinformatik, Institut Pasteur, Paris Calculation and analysis of protein structures using NMR restraints
14.10.14 Stephen F. Martin Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, The University of Texas, Austin Synthesis and chemical biology of heterocyclic natural products and related compounds
09.10.14 Christian Hackenberger Leibniz-Institut für Molekulare Pharmakologie (FMP), Berlin-Buch Chemoselective reactions for the synthesis of functional proteins
25.09.14 Christophe Maris Institute of Molecular Biology and Biophysics, ETH Zürich Structural insights into viral and cellular IRES mediated translation regulated by RRMs
08.09.14 Arthur Olson Molecular Graphics Laboratory, Department of Integrative Structural and Computational Biology, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, Kalifornien Interacting with protein interactions
27.08.14 Shao Qin Yao Department of Chemistry, National University of Singapore Recent advances in catalomics
10.07.14 Geerten W. Vuister Department of Biochemistry, University of Leicester NMR as a tool in structural biology. How far have we come?
09.07.14 Frank Gabel Gruppenleiter Small-Angle Scattering for Structural Biology of Large Molecular Assemblies, Institute de Biologie Structurale, European Photon & Neutron Science Campus, Grenoble Small-angle neutron scattering: a unique tool to reveal the internal structure of complex biomacromolecular systems
24.06.14 Anna Mitraki Department of Materials Science and Technology, University of Crete, Heraklion Natural fibrous proteins as a source for inspiration for the design of novel nano-biomaterials
05.06.14 Reinhard Sterner Institut für Biophysik und physikalische Biochemie, Universität Regensburg Experimental reconstruction of enzyme evolution
27.05.14 Nenad Ban Institut für Molekularbiologie und Biophysik, ETH Zürich Eukaryotic ribosomes and functional insights
26.05.14 Bruce Torbett Department of Molecular and Experimental Medicine, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, Kalifornien Targeting the nucleocapsid protein: chemically fishing for HIV-1 inhibitors
23.05.14 Jose Manuel Pérez-Cañadillas Instituto de Química Física Rocasolano, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid Is Pub1 TRRM (TIA-1 C-terminal domain-like RRM) a key player for stress granules nucleation?
21.05.14 Ayyalusamy Ramamoorthy Department of Chemistry and Biophysics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Structural studies of membrane-associated protein-protein complexes and amyloid proteins
13.05.14 Bernd Engels Institut für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie, Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg Drug development of reversible covalently acting protease inhibitors by means of QM, QM/MM and QM/MM MD
06.05.14 Brian Weitzner Jeffrey J. Gray Laboratory, Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering and Program in Molecular & Computational Biophysics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland The origin of antibody structural diversity in the CDR H3 loop
28.04.14 George Stan Abteilung Biophysikalische Chemie, McMicken College of Arts and Sciences, University of Cincinnati, Ohio Computational studies of protein unfolding and translocation by AAA+ nanomachine
10.04.14 Stefan Raunser Abteilung III: Physikalische Biochemie, Max-Planck-Institut für molekulare Physiologie, Dortmund How to kill a mocking bug - structural insights into the action of a Tc toxin complex
18.03.14 Frank Echtenkamp B. C. Freeman Laboratory, Department of Cell & Developmental Biology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Characterization of the p23 Interaction Network
13.03.14 Michael Habeck Forschungsgruppe Computergestütze Strukturbiologie, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen Statistical methods for integrative structural biology
05.02.14 Ayala Shiber Department of Biological Chemistry, The Alexander Silberman Institute of Life Sciences, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem An essential role for ubiquitin in triggering misfolded protein sequestration when Hsp70 chaperones levels are limiting
23.01.14 Sabine Rospert Institut für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg In vivo functions of the yeast ribosome-bound chaperones RAC and Ssb
23.01.14 Claus Seidel Lehrstuhl für Molekulare Physikalische Chemie, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf Watching the invisible states in proteins by high-precision FRET
2013
17.12.13 Norbert Sewald Organische Chemie III, Universität Bielefeld Cytotoxic drug conjugates
13.12.13 Kevin Gardner Southwestern Medical School, Dallas, USA Nature's switches, scientists' tools: Environmentally-controlled allosteric proteins
28.11.13 Christian Ottmann Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Niederlande Small-molecule modulation of 14-3-3 Protein-Protein Interactions
24.09.13 Patricija van Oosten-Hawle Northwestern University, Evanston, USA Transcellular chaperone signaling regulates organismal proteostasis in C. elegans
29.08.13 Bram Schierbeeck Senior Application Scientist, Rigaku Europe The new BioSAXS instrument
04.07.13 Birte Höcker Proteindesign, MPI für Entwicklungsbiologie, Tübingen Evolution as a template for protein design
18.06.13 Andy Berglund University of Oregon, Eugene, USA A toxic RNA and its Reluctant Protein Partner
18.06.13 Sean Ryder University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, USA Allosteric inhibition of Musashi RNA-binding activity by an intermediary metabolite
17.06.13 Karin Hauser Biophysikalische Chemie, Universität Konstanz Protein folding mechanisms studied with time-resolved IR-spectroscopy and residue-specific resolution
11.06.13 José Maria Valpuesta Centro Nacional de Biotecnologia, CSIC, Campus Universidad Autónoma de Madrid The protein folding pathway: a coordinated network of molecular chaperones
06.06.13 Jeffrey L. Brodsky Department of Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania The Role of Molecular Chaperones in ER associated degradation (ERAD)
17.05.13 Martin Blackledge Group Leader, IBS Institut de Biologie Structurale, Grenoble Probing the relationship between conformational flexibility and protein function using High Resolution NMR Spectroscopy
15.05.13 Angela Criswell Vice President, Life Science X-ray Products, Rigaku Americas Corporation Extracting complementary structural information using BioSAXS: An introduction to biological SAXS methods, collection and data analysis
29.04.13 Isaure Chauvot de Beauchêne Laboratory of Biology and Applied Pharmacology, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, Frankreich Differential activation and drug resistance mechanisms of Receptor Tyrosine-Kinase KIT mutants: Insight provided by Molecular Dynamics simulations
26.04.13 Carmen Nussbaum-Krammer Morimoto Laboratory, Northwestern University, Evanston Modeling prion-like spreading of misfolded proteins in C. elegans
25.04.13 Jochen Balbach Fachgruppe Biophysik, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg Exploring protein energy landscapes by NMR spectroscopy
11.04.13 Hassane Mchaourab Vanderbilt University Medical Center Structure and Mechanism of Small Heat Shock Proteins
18.03.13 Atul Pawar Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Indien Docking and QSAR Analysis of HIV-1 Protease inhibitors
18.02.13 Carsten Peters MH Hannover Kinesin 8, the motor that takes off with it's track
28.01.13 Masfumi Yohda Department of Biotechnology and Life Science - Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Intra- and Inter-Ring Communication in Group II Chaperonins
10.01.13 Roland Riek Physikalische Chemie , ETH Zürich Structure activity relationship of protein aggregates in health and disease
2012
20.12.12 Alexey Rak Director of Structural Biology and Biophysics, Sanofi R&D, Frankreich Structure-based drug discovery benefits in modern pharmaceutical R&D processes
10.12.12 Atanas Patronov Medical University of Sofia, Bulgarien Evaluation of protein immunogenicity by structural immunoinformatics approach
05.12.12 Bernhard Geierstanger Genomic Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation, San Diego Site-specific protein labeling and protein engineering
22.11.12 Luis Moroder Bioanorganische Chemie, MPI für Biochemie, Martinsried Disulfidbrücken in Peptiden und Proteinen
08.11.12 Nils Kröger B-Cube/Biomimetische Materialien, TU Dresden Learning from Diatoms: Controlling the Synthesis of Organic- Inorganic Hybrid Materials at the Nanoscale
02.11.12 Ralf Stehle Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie Colloidal systems seen by scattering methods
25.09.12 Bob B. Buchanan University of California at Berkeley Andrew Benson: Reflections on the discovery of the Calvin-Benson cycle
17.09.12 Gary W. Daughdrill University of South Florida, Tampa Structure, function, and evolution of intrinsically disordered proteins
17.09.12 Mark Hochstrasser Yale University, New Haven / Connecticut Assembling the machinery of protein degradation in vivo
30.08.12 Hannah Girstmair Universität Potsdam The influence of frameshifting on aggregation of Huntingtin exon 1
28.08.12 Evgeny Mymrikov Moscow State University Heterooligomeric complexes of human small heat shock proteins (HspB1, HspB5 and HspB6)
26.07.12 Hideki Taguchi Tokyo Insitute of Technology, Japan Ideal and reality in the protein world: Aggregation, chaperones and maybe more
11.07.12 Brian C. Freeman University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The p23 molecular chaperone mediates global protein-DNA interactions and open chromatin maintenance

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