EMBL-EBI course | Structural bioinformatics
Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge, CB10 1SD, UK
This course provides a guide to the commonly used methods and tools in structural bioinformatics to analyse and interpret experimentally determined and AI-predicted macromolecular structure data.
Structural biology, determining the three-dimensional shapes of biomacromolecules and their complexes, can tell us a lot about how these molecules function and the roles they play within a cell. Data derived from structure determination experiments and Artificial Intelligence (AI)-assisted structure prediction enables life-science researchers to address a wide variety of questions.
This course explores bioinformatics data resources and tools for the investigation, analysis, and interpretation of both experimentally determined and predicted biomacromolecular structures. It will focus on how best to analyse and interpret available structural data to gain useful information given specific research contexts. The course content will also cover predicting function and exploring interactions with other macromolecules.
Deadline for submissions: n/a
EMBL’s European Bioinformatics Institute
David Armstrong, EMBL-EBI
Gerard Kleywegt, EMBL-EBI
Paulyna Magana, EMBL-EBI