Protein Bioinformatics Course - Alignments, Phylogenies, Interactions

Wednesday 6th - Friday 8th October, 2010

EMBL Heidelberg, Germany

Aidan Budd, Ricardo de la Vega, and Tomas Larsson


This introductionary three-day courses focuses on multiple sequence alignment (MSA), interpreting phylogenies, and the interactions of proteins with each other, with an emphasis on protein 3D structures - tools important for a wide range of different bioinformatic analyses e.g. protein structure prediction, comparative genomics etc.

The course will focus on providing experience of examining, manipulating, and interpreting the results of these analyses: in particular of tree topologies, branch lengths, roots, splits, positional equivalence in MSAs, and protein-protein interactions in 3D.

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