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From chemistry-request@www.ccl.net Fri May  2 09:55 EDT 1997
From: Thomas Simonson <simonson@schlitz.u-strasbg.fr>
To: CHEMISTRY@www.ccl.net
Subject: 97.05.30 Protein Engineering Symposium
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Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce a one-day symposium in

        Strasbourg, May 30th, 1997, on

"Protein Engineering: from Experiment to Theory and Back".

There are no registration formalities or fee.

The program follows.

For more information send e-mail to koehl@bali.u-strasbg.fr.

We look forward to seeing you.

Yours sincerely,


Patrice Koehl & Tom Simonson



Program:

9:45--10:00   Introduction
10:00--11:00	A. Sali (Rockefeller University)
		Comparative protein structure modelling for
              genome projects.
11:00--12:00	H. Hellinga (Duke University)
		Rational protein design: theory, experiments and
              applications.
Break
14:00--15:00	D. Moras (IGBMC, Strasbourg)
		Protein--ligand interactions in nuclear
              receptors of steroid hormones.
15:00--16:00	R. Glockshuber (ETH, Zurich)
		Random circular permutation of proteins: a new
              approach to study protein folding.
Break
16:30--17:30	M. Karplus (Harvard and Strasbourg Universities)
		Molecular recognition: free energy simulations
               and combinatorial ligand design.


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Thomas Simonson
Laboratoire de Biologie Structurale,
C.N.R.S., Strasbourg
e-mail: simonson@zinfandel.u-strasbg.fr	



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