NanoTemper Technologies Symposium & Workshop

5 - 6/6/2019

MicroScale Thermophoresis (MST) is a powerful technique to quantify biomolecular interactions. It is based on thermophoresis, the directed movement of molecules in a temperature gradient, which strongly depends on a variety of molecular properties such as size, charge, hydration shell or conformation.

During the 2-day workshop there will be a possibility to measure your own sample not only on Monolith (MST) but also on Prometheus (nanoDSF) and Tycho (protein quality). 


SPEAKERs and TUTORs:

 PAWEL KANIA (NanoTemper Technologies)

 MAŁGORZATA POCZOPKO (NanoTemper Technologies)

WHEN:  June 5th – 6th 20198

WHERE: A35/211 (lectures), A4/218 (practicals)

REGISTRATION: HERE

For more information, please contact us at bic@ceitec.cz

Preliminary program:

Wednesday - 5th June 2019

08:00                   Registration

09:00                   Opening remarks and introduction to NanoTemper Technologies solutions. When interactions matter

Paweł Kania, NanoTemper Technologies

09:30                   To be announced

10:00                   When data quality matters. MST assay development and data analysis

Małgorzata Poczopko, NanoTemper Technologies

10:30                   Coffee Break

11:00                   To be announced

11:30                   When high resolution protein stability assessment matters.

Paweł Kania, NanoTemper Technologies

12:00                   Coffee Break

12:30                   Discussion of user’s samples

13:00                   Lunch break

14:00                   Experimental work 

18:00                   Open Bar


Thursday - 6th June 2019

09:00                    To be announced

09:30                    When protein sample quality matters. Tycho technology.

                              Małgorzata Poczopko, NanoTemper Technologies

10:00                   Coffee break

11:00                   To be announced

11:30                   Experimental work

13:00                   Lunch break

14:00                   Experimental work

4:00 pm              MST Symposium & Workshop End