News item posted on 2017-07-13
Introduction to DEER Spectroscopy Workshop - 7/31/2017
Join us for the Introduction to DEER Spectroscopy Workshop on Monday, July 31, from 9:30am-5:00pm in 419-D Light Hall.
Double Electron-Electron Resonance (DEER) is a pulsed EPR technique capable of routinely measuring 20 to 60 Å distance distributions between spin labels, and distances over 100 Å have been measured. DEER is widely applicable in the studies of the structure and functional dynamics of proteins, other biomolecules and their complexes.
1. What is the DEER experiment?
2. What can I learn from doing DEER?
3. What is needed to do DEER?
4. Collecting optimal DEER data.
5. Analyzing DEER data.
6. Using DEER results to model structure/dynamics.
Instructors are Eric Hustedt and Richard Stein. If you have questions or plan to attend, please email Eric Hustedt.
Author: Karen D. Davis