Date(s) - 04/04/22 - 08/04/22
All day event
This basic-level training school is aimed at biologists, immunologists, pharmacologists, biochemists, structural biologists, etc., who want to improve their skills in quality control of protein samples, and more specifically on the analysis and optimization of their samples for a variety of downstream applications. The objective is to help warranting more productive, robust and reproducible research by applying quality control pipelines systematically to all purified protein samples.
The course will cover different biochemical and biophysical techniques such as chromatography, dynamic and static light scattering, viscometry, circular dichroism, mass spectrometry, and differential scanning fluorimetry. Hands on training will be provided on basic quality control of purified proteins, as well as on buffer and storage optimization. Trainees will be allowed to bring their own samples to use during the practical sessions. These sessions will be complemented with dry practical tutorials on purification strategies as well as on the choice of molecular-scale biophysical measurements to complement their studies.
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