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Practical Course "From Ensembles to Single-Molecule Analysis - Modern Methods of RNP Analysis"

8- 12 October 2018 | Universität Regensburg | Graduate Research Academy RNA Biology


Course overview

The biology of ribonucleoprotein particles (RNPs) is an important and quickly expanding area of current life science research. Especially for young and less experienced researchers in this field it is often difficult to keep an overview over and to identify and select the optimal combination of analytical tools required to solve their various questions.

Therefore, the Graduate Research Academy RNA Biology organizes a practical course for PhD students with the aim to introduce the participants to a selection of innovative new approaches and state-of-the-art methodology in RNP biology research. Participants will receive hands-on training by renowned experts in the field and have the possibility to discuss their own research projects with invited speakers and local experts to further their own research projects.


Target group

This course is aimed at PhD students with a background in biology and related fields ideally at an early stage of their work. Preference will be given to PhD students who are applying or planning to apply similar techniques in their respective research projects.


Topics and Instructors

MicroScale Thermophoresis (MST) | Gernot Längst

Isothermal Titration Calometry (ITC)| Klaus-Jürgen Tiefenbach

Single-Molecule FRET | Dina Grohmann

Single-Molecule RNA FISH | Andrea Bleckmann

RNA-Protein Interaction Studies - RNA Interactomes | Jan Medenbach

Structure Probing of RNPs Using Tethered Enzymes | Jorge Perez-Fernandez





























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