Late-breaking abstracts now invited!
Identifying sites where post-translational modifications regulate the interactome from proteomics and structural data
Rob Russell (Heidelberg)
The programme will include world class speakers, free communications, poster presentations and a trade exhibition. Topics will include protein function, (structure, interactions, and temporal analysis), post translational modifications, protein function in space (sub-cellular analysis), tissues and organisms, as well as a vendors' session.
In recognition of the outstanding success of EuPA 2012, special registration rates are offered and include teas, coffees, lunches, a buffet dinner at the end of the sessions on Tuesday evening. Students members can register for £130 and other BSPR members for £200.
Accommodation is available on site at the adjacent Orchard Hotel where competitive rates have been negotiated from Monday to Wednesday, as required.
- Registration and Abstract Submission opened 12 July 2013
- Late-breaking abstract deadline Friday 1 November 2013 - after this date inclusion in the abstract book cannot be guaranteed
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