The X6A workbench: advanced structural biology tools

Stojanoff, Vivian stojanof at bnl.gov
Fri Mar 5 15:27:58 EST 2004


              THE X6A WORKBENCH: ADVANCED STRUCTURAL BIOLOGY
                      http://protein.nsls.bnl.gov

The NIGMS facility at the National Synchrotron Light Source is offering
comprehensive hands on training in synchrotron data collection and analysis
for biophysicists, biochemists and molecular biologists.  The goal is to
provide participants an insight into Structural Biology methods. Four
Experimenters will be selected each month and invited to participate in this
four day program. Most of the program will concentrate on the development of
experimental skills. Introductory lectures will be presented by local
experts. Participants are invited to bring their own samples for the
experiments but samples will be provided for training.
Applications are accepted throughout the year. For further information on
the program and schedule check the X6A web-site
(http://protein.nsls.bnl.gov). 
Due to enhanced security it is requested of all participants to register as
well, as BNL visitors:
http://www.nsls.bnl.gov/users/access/userregistration.htm



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