Diffraction Methods Gordon Conference

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Gordon Research Conference Diffraction Methods in Molecular Biology
Proctor Academy, Andover, New Hampshire
16-21 June, 1996

There is still an opportunity to attend this year's Gordon Research
Conference on Diffraction Methods in Molecular Biology, but you must
act quickly.  I attach the schedule as it stands now below.  
Not all titles are finalized (speakers please send your final title 
if you have not done so).

See website http://www.grc.uri.edu for more info on an application
and registration.

Jim Pflugrath, Chair, jwp at msc.com
Charlie Carter, Vice-Chair, carter at pasteur.med.unc.edu


Gordon Research Conference Diffraction Methods in Molecular Biology
Proctor Academy, Andover, New Hampshire
16-21 June, 1996

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm Sunday
Arnaud Ducruix         Discussion Leader
Franz Rosenberger      Chemical Physics of Globular Protein Crystallization
Madeleine Ries-Kautt   Practical lessons from physical chemistry
Adrian Ferre-'Amare    A general method for crystallizing RNA
9:00 am - 12:00 pm  Monday
Bill Furey             Discussion Leader:
Alan Friedman          Data Manipulation and Scaling for MAD: Retrieving 
                          a weak signal from noisy data
Venki Ramakrishnan     The treatment of MAD data as a special case of MIR
Liang Tong             GLRF:  the locked rotation function
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm Monday
Phases - New Horizons

Charlie Carter         Discussion Leader:
Eric de La Fortelle    SHARP:  Maximum Likelihood Parameter Refinement
Andrea Hadfield        Direct Phase Extension
Herb Hauptman          Shake 'N Bake : An Algorithm for
                              Determination of Crystal Structures
9:00 am - 12:00 pm Tuesday
Dave Filman            Discussion Leader
Victor Lamzin          Postponing interpretation until refinement
Randy Read             Improved Structure Refinement through Maximum Likelihood
Gerard Bricogne        Refining to LLG: exploiting partial structure information

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm Tuesday

7:30 pm - 9:30 pm  Tuesday
Mirek Cygler           Discussion Leader
Micheal Chapman        Electron density representation: Real-space refinement 
                              and related applications
Axel Brunger           Accurate experimental phases: do they provide 
                              more information than refined model phases?
9:00 am - 12:00 pm Wednesday
Andy Howard            Discussion Leader
Elspeth Garman         Macromolecular Cryocrystallography: Techniques and Results
Gerd Rosenbaum         The SBC Beamlines at the APS
Dan Carter             Initial Assessments of Polycapillary
                              Optics for Protein Crystallography
Marty Stanton          CCD Detectors
Thomas Earnest         Pixel Diode Array Detectors
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm  Wednesday
Wladek Minor           Discussion Leader
Bob Sweet              Integrated Beamline-Control and Data-Collection Software
Dan Yang               Fine Slicing vs Wide Slicing
Zbyszek Otwinowski     DENZO
Ed Westbrook           First Diffraction Data at the APS
9:00 am - 12:00 pm  Thursday
Jim Pflugrath          Discussion Leader     
Gerard Kleywegt        Topography, still errancy
Bill Wright            A map interpreting program with
                              online calculation of difference
                              Fourier maps and the option of
                              displaying reciprocal space
Suzanne Fortier        Critical point analysis in protein map interpretation

4:30 pm - 6:00 pm Tuesday

8:00 pm - 10:00 pm  Thursday
Virginia Rath          Discussion Leader
Jennifer Doudna        Crystal structure of the P4-P6 domain
                              of a group I intron ribozyme reveals
                              new principles of RNA folding and function.
Chris Hill             HIV-1 Capsid Hexapeptide Complex with Cyclophilin A
+Oral presentions of selected posters
9:00 am  Friday
Bus departs      

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