Session Title: Protein Design & Engineering

Session Summary:Designing and engineering proteins offer a bottom-up understanding of how protein structures and functions evolve and are defined by their primary amino-acid sequences. These designed proteins expand upon nature’s repertoire enabling scientists to explore new and varied functions. In this session, we discuss state-of-the-art research in the field, from design strategies including protein modelling and creating artificial folds, to developments and applications of designed functions such as enzymes and metalloproteins.

Chair
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  • Ai Niitsu
  • (RIKEN)
Chair/Speaker
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  • Guto Rhys
  • (Cardiff University)
Speakers
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  • Paola Laurino
  • (Okinawa Inst. of Sci. & Tech. Graduate Univ.)
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  • Minkyung Baek
  • (Seoul National University)
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  • The EMBO Keynote Lectureロゴ
  • Roman Jerala
  • (National Institute of Chemistry)