CSSB Hamburg

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CSSB Mini Symposim: Native Mass Spectrometry

SR4 Building 1b, DESY Campus

8 September 2015

In native mass spectrometry (MS) higher order protein structures are preserved. The stoichiometry, topology, conformation and dynamics of protein complexes can be investigated. The symposium aims at illustrating the potential of MS and in particular native MS for structural biology and infection biology as carried out at the CSSB. We have invited four international speakers to highlight different aspects of MS techniques.

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Pathogens under the Super Microscope

Lichthof of the Altbau der Staats-und-Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg

7 September 2015

Come join us for a podium discussion, entitled "Pathogens under the Super Microscope - departure into invisible worlds." The podium discussion is sponsored by CSSB and the Academy of Sciences and Humanities in Hamburg and will take place on 7 September at 19:00 in the Lichthof of the Altbau der Staats-und-Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg. Invited speakers include Professor Marylyn Addo, Professor Rudi Balling, Professor Kay Grünewald and Professor Matthias Wilmanns. A welcome address will be given by Professor Edwin J. Kreuzer and the discussion will be moderated by scientific journalist, Angela Grosse. The podium discussion will take place in German.

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