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2018 Symposium

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NMR in Biomedical Research: from Metabolomics to Structural Biology

 

A Symposium was held on Tuesday 4 September 2018 to mark the refurbishment and installation of new 600 MHz and 800 MHz NMR spectrometers in the NMR Facility of the Centre for Biomolecular Spectroscopy.

The programme for the Symposium is available here

See also Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine news item here

 

Keynote talks were given by:


Prof. Lucia Banci, CERM, University of Florence, Italy

The contribution of NMR to the description of cellular processes

Dr. Martin Blackledge, Institut de Biologie Structurale, Grenoble, France

NMR studies of large-scale protein conformational dynamics : From fundamental biophysics to functional biology

Prof. Art Edison, University of Georgia, USA

New methods for in vivo metabolomics

Prof. Mike Shattock, King's College London, UK

The Salt of the Earth: NMR studies of Na elevation and metabolic dysfunction in heart failure

 

Shorter presentations highlighted some of the research being done at King's. These included:

Dr. Stefi Benjamin, Randall Centre for Cell & Molecular Biophysics (FoLSM).

Allosteric communication in the Fc region of Immunoglobulin E

Dr. Eva Crosas Molist, Randall Centre for Cell & Molecular Biophysics (FoLSM).

NMR-based metabolomic investigation of metastatic melanoma

Dr. Alessandro Sicorello, Department of Basic and Clinical Neuroscience (IoPPN).

The structural properties in solution of the intrinsically mixed folded protein ataxin-3

Miss Ingebjørg Hungnes, Division of Imaging Sciences and Biomedical Engineering (FoLSM).

NMR Analysis of a Rhenium Bioconjugate: Modelling Novel Radioactive Medical Imaging Agents

We wish to thank Bruker UK Ltd., CJS Direct Ltd., Goss Scientific Instruments Ltd., Fisher Scientific, Wilmad and CortecNet for their kind support

 

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