Protein Footprinting Applications in Structural Biology
Presented by Professor Michael Gross of the Washington University in St. Louis.
This hour-long seminar, hosted in assocaition with The Ananlyitical Scientist, reviews a litany of structural biology case studies in which protein footprinting has been successfully applied to solve valuable problems frequently encountered in biopharmaceutical research. Examples in epitope and paratope mapping; protein interactions; receptor-drug interactions; and protein folding/unfolding are provided. An emphasis upon the advantageous application of protein footprinting technology in biopharmaceutical research is provided.