Biointeractomics: From biomolecular interactions to networks
FEBS / IUBMB | Workshop: Biointeractomics: From biomolecular interactions to networks. May 17 – 20 2016, Seville (Spain).
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Understanding the complexity of molecular interactions within living organism is a key goal of cellular biology and biochemistry. Both disciplines aim at providing a rationale for the details of cell (miss)functioning and human diseases. Unravelling the whole connectivity between biomolecules within an organism and its relation to cell fate and physiological state is the major aim of Biointeractomics. This supra-disciplinary field is a fusion of biology, informatics and engineering, in which experimental and computational approaches used for the discovery of novel biomolecular interactions entangle biophysical techniques, providing a tool for the assessment of the functionality of such interactions.
- February 15th, 2016, Fellowship Application.
- Extended to April 15th, 2016, Registration.
- Extended to April 15th, 2016, Abstract Submission.
- Find more information in the Workshop Web Site.
- Other FEBS Workshops and Advanced Courses.