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Date
03.04.19 - 05.04.19
University of Leeds, UK

A Biochemical Society event


Introduction

Biological membranes and their component proteins and lipids are essential for life. At this 3-day event for early-career industrial and academic researchers, experts will use lectures, demonstrations and hands-on practicals on the functions of biological membranes and the application of biophysical techniques that aid our understanding of their components.

Aims

  • To provide information on the latest techniques that can be applied to study the protein and lipid components of membranes 
  • To provide an appreciation of the application of fundamental knowledge of membrane biology in the biotechnology sector

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this event delegates should be able to:
  • Explain the principles and the applications of advanced techniques to study membrane proteins and lipids
  • Carry out practical techniques (lipid nanoparticles, lipidomic analysis)
  • Apply their new knowledge and practical skills in their own laboratories/R&D facilities

Topics include but are not exclusive to:

  • SMALPs and biophysical application
  • Membrane proteins, GPCRs, protein-protein interaction
  • EPR and biophysical techniques, SMALP's
  • Single molecule spectroscopy on membrane proteins

Further Details

For further information and to book, please visit the Biochemical Society website.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

This event is approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD and may be counted as 63 CPD credits.

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