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Structural biology is a powerful field that has enabled unprecedented access to molecular information, allowing a more detailed picture of the building blocks at the basis of cellular processes. Such detailed analysis is now providing researchers a new look at such things as ligand-protein interactions from libraries and structure guided vaccine design. Beyond this detailed view, advanced functional imaging modalities can add a dynamic dimension to such molecular studies.
In this webcast, the speakers will show how dynamic molecular information from quantitative imaging in live cells can not only add significant insights into structural biology studies, but also enable a more complete view of the complex molecular mechanisms in cell biology with examples from viral research and neurobiology.
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