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Protein-Protein Interactions:
Protein functions identified through their interacting partners.

Friday September 11, 2009


The aim of this workshop is to give an insight in the field of protein functions through the use of both computationally derived predictions and large to medium scale protein interactions screen (e.g. yeast two hybrid, tap-tag-immunoprecipitations, siRNA screen).
Traditionally protein functions has been assigned through the use of domain identification, enzymatic activity etc. With the wealth of data provided by the mass sequencing of several genomes this allows the development of several methodologies that could infer functional protein interacting partners [Eisenberg 2000 Nature].

However using these types of data became difficult, this required graph-based approaches, and several tools have been developed. The aim of the workshop is to provide the first step in the use of these tools and the identification of the different resources providing protein-protein interaction data, functional predictions.

 

Teacher:
Ioannis Xenarios (SIB)

 

Location:
reading room of the Genopode Building (Quartier Sorge, 1015 Dorigny)

 

 

Time Topic Speakers
09h00 -10h15 Introduction to protein-protein interactions
(theory)
I. Xenarios
staff
10h30 - 11h30 Functional predictions methods
(theory)
I. Xenarios
staff
13h00 - 17h30 Exercices
(you may login as guest)
I. Xenarios
staff

 

Registration is closed


(updated on November 23, 2014)

Participants:

(14 registrations)

Status Firstname Lastname Departement
PhD student
Loredana
Alberti
Pathology-CHUV
PhD student
Benoîte
Bargeton
Pharmaco & Toxico
PhD student
David
Barras
DBCM
PhD student
Gwendoline
Degueurce
CIG
PhD student
Aline
Dousse
Physiology
PhD student
Delphine
Huser
Pharmacology & Toxicology
PhD student
Hadi
Khalil
Physiology
PhD student
Libera
Lo Presti
CIG
PhD student
Jérôme
Lugrin
Infectious Diseases
PhD student
Seyed Ali Reza
Mousavi
DBMV
PhD student
Daniel
Pouly
Pharmacology & Toxicology
PhD student
Manuele
Rebsamen
Biochemistry
PhD student
Ivana
Rubino
Infectious Diseases
PhD student
Sujatha
Subbanna
DBMV

 

 

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