Workshop Details
Protein and Peptide Interactions in Cellular Environments
07/17/2018 - 07/21/2018
Meeting Description:

Proteins experience a significantly different environment in vivo than in the context of the idealized dilute environment commonly studied in experiments and simulations. The presence of a high concentration of other macromolecules in the cell (nucleic acids, sugars, lipids, chaperones and other proteins) can dramatically alter protein folding pathways and affect protein-protein interactions. The aim of this workshop is to explore the complications that arise in the cell, with an emphasis on macromolecular crowding, chaperone-mediated folding, membrane-protein interactions and protein aggregation.


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Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Ave Telluride CO 81435

Protein and Peptide Interactions in Cellular Environments Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization
Best, Robert National Institutes of Health
Das, Payel IBM T J Watson Research
Feig, Michael Michigan State University
Hong, Heedeok Michigan State University
Hough, Loren University of Colorado, Boulder
Irbäck, Anders Lund University
Papoian, Garegin University of Maryland
Showalter, Scott The Pennsylvania State University
Smith, Paul Kansas State University
Sterpone, Fabio CNRS
Sugita, Yuji RIKEN
van Giessen, Alan Mount Holyoke College

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