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Tuesday
October
16
2018
Materials Seminar: Daisuke Kihara
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM • Chemistry C033
“Computational Modeling of Protein-protein Interactions”
Daisuke Kihara, Professor, Department of Biological and Computer Sciences, Purdue University (West Lafayette, Indiana)
Hosted by Trevor Douglas
Website: http://kiharalab.org/

Many important cellular processes in a cell are carried out by protein-protein interactions. Our group has been developing a series of computational methods that can model the tertiary structures of protein complexes. Modeled structures can provide important clues for understanding the underlying molecular mechanisms of protein interactions, which will be also valuable for artificial design of novel protein complexes. Our protein-protein docking programs, the LZerD suite, can model not only pairwise docking structures but also can model multimeric complex structures, disordered protein interactions, and can be applied to predict the assembly order of protein complexes.

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