Membrane pores: from structure and assembly, to medicine and technology
The Royal Society, London, June 27 – 28 2016
Biological membranes define and protect living cells. Proteins can open aqueous pores through these barriers. Such pores play critical roles in infection, parasitism, immunity and neurodegeneration. This meeting will showcase our current understanding of the structure and function of membrane pores, the medical significance of pores, and how pore-forming proteins can be used in nanotechnological applications.
This event is intended for researchers in relevant fields and is free to attend. There are a limited number of places and registration is essential.
Abstract submission: 23 May 2016
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