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Interdisciplinary Research Excellence

Symposium: Combining Simulation and Experiment in Molecular Imaging  Event

Photo credit: David Barlow
16:00 - 19:30
25 May 2016
University of Southampton, Highfield Campus, Life Sciences Building B85, Lecture Room 2207.

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Event details

Experimental data from various sources can be used to steer simulations of biomolecules and molecular assemblies. With this Micro-Symposium, we explore the interface between simulation and experiment, covering techniques such as Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS), Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and X-ray Crystallography.


Scientific Organisers Jon Essex (Chemistry) and Ivo Tews (Centre for Biological Sciences), supported by CCPBioSim and the Institute for Life Sciences.

Title image credit: Ivo Tews (CfBS) and Mikail Zubkov (NOC), Crystals of an Iron binding ABC transporter subunit from marine bacteria, Photo David Barlow.

Inset image credit: Emma Sutton, Mark Cragg (Medicine), Jon Essex (Chemistry), Ivo Tews (CfBS), Simulation of an antibody fragment with potential use in cancer therapy.

Simulation of an antobody fragment with potential cancer therapy use
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