Elevate your research

Join us for this free workshop to discuss and discover new approaches to biomolecular characterization studies! Connect and exchange expertise with academic and industrial scientists from the Copenhagen area.

What you can expect

Learn about Microscale Thermophoresis (MST), a tool for quantitative analysis of biomolecular interactions and nanoDSF, the method of choice for analysis of protein folding, aggregation, and stability.

Discuss your own projects with experts and discover how scientists in your area have implemented the technologies successfully in their research.

Explore how you can advance your biomolecule interaction studies and speed up your protein characterization with a hands-on session on the instruments.

Agenda


Tuesday, January 14, 2019
8:30 Coffee and registration
9:00 Welcome and introduction
NanoTemper Technologies
9:15 MicroScale Thermophoresis and nanoDSF for binding and stability studies of amyloid fibrils
Prof. Büll, Technical University of Denmark
10:00 Immune receptor stability and ligand binding measured by nanoDSF
Mr. Saikia, Jacobs University Bremen
10:45 Coffee break and posters
11:15 Synergy of MST and SPR when studying biomolecular interactions
Mr. Kristensen, University of Copenhagen, BRIC
12:00 When binding affinity matters: from MST to TRIC
Dr. Tobias Wage, NanoTemper Technologies
12:30 Lunch break
Hands-on session:
13:30 Introduction to the experiments and split into groups
14:00 Experimental session with MST and nanoDSF
15:30 Coffee break and networking
16:00 Q&A session and closing remarks

Who should attend?

Scientists working in the field of: 

  • Structural biology
  • Biomolecular interactions
  • Protein characterization
  • Drug screening

Scientists interested in: 

  • Assay development optimization
  • High-throughput solutions
  • Sensitive target proteins

Register here

January 14, 2020

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Lyngby, Denmark

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