21 August - 29 August 2022
Julia Mahamid, Sebastian Eustermann, Simone Mattei, Lori Passmore, Henning Stahlberg
<div class="vf-tabs"><ul class="vf-tabs__list" data-vf-js-tabs="true"><li class="vf-tabs__item"><a class="vf-tabs__link" href="#vf-tabs__section-53de8397-0f08-449c-b4a4-0fdca47249f2" data-vf-js-location-nearest-activation-target="">Overview</a></li><li class="vf-tabs__item"><a class="vf-tabs__link" href="#vf-tabs__section-speakers" data-vf-js-location-nearest-activation-target="">Speakers</a></li><li class="vf-tabs_ OverviewSpeakersPreliminary programmePractical informationSponsors Overview Proof of COVID-19 vaccination or recovery is required to attend this on-site course. Please see EMBL’s https://www.embl.org/about/info/course-and-conference-office/?page_id=1…; data-type="URL" data-id="COVID-19">https://www.embl.org/about/info/course-and-conference-office/?page_id=1… safety policy for on-site events. Course overview Cryo-electron microscopy (cryoEM) has become the method of choice for determining atomic-level structures of large and flexible macromolecular assemblies that are notoriously difficult to study by other techniques. In addition, it has unique capabilities for obtaining structural information in situ, within complex (cellular) environments, and to deal with biologically heterogeneous samples. With the advent of the cryoEM “resolution revolution”, the method has undergone a...
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