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Workshop on Bioinformatics and Protein Interaction

 

Jointly organized by Institute for Mathematical Sciences (IMS)

and Laboratories for Information Technology (LIT)



Program Information · Workshop Schedule · Speakers · Abstracts

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Session 1: 10 June, Protein Analysis, session chair Shoba Ranganathan



Time Details
1:30 pm Lim SoonWong, Opening address
1:45-2:30 pm R. Manjunatha Kini, Analysis of Protein Sequences and Identification of Protein-Protein Interaction Sites
2:30-3:15 pm Terry Lybrand, Molecular modeling of protein structure and function
3:15-3:30 Coffee break
3:30-4:00 pm Paul Tan Thiam Joo, Bioinformatics approach to the structure-function study of scorpion venoms
4:00-4:45 pm Bryan Grieg Fry, The three finger toxin toolkit
4:45-5:30 pm Round table discussions

 

Session 2: 11 June, Protein Interactions, Bryan Grieg Fry

 

Time Details
13:00-13:45 Terry Lybrand, Molecular modeling of protein-ligand interactions: Detailed simulations of a biotin-streptavidin complex
13:45-14:30 K.N. Srinivasan, Identification of Functional Residues in Scorpion Toxins: A Bioinformatics Approach 
14:30-14:45 Coffee break
14:45-15:30 Shoba Ranganathan, Locating the polyanion-binding residues in the 'sushi' domain 7 of human complement factor H
15:30-16:00 Prasanna Kolatkar, Protein-protein interactions database
16:00-16:45 Eastwood Leung, Strategies for large scale protein-protein interaction studies. 



Session 3: 12 June, Protein Data Mining, session chair K.N. Srinivasan

 

Time Details
13:00-13:45 Peter Kuhn, Structural genomics of Thermotoga maritima - data mining and target prioritization using protein-protein interaction
13:45-14:30 Judice Koh, BioWare - a data warehousing system for molecular biology.
14:30-14:45 Coffee break
14:45-15:30 Jeremiah Joseph, Conserved codon composition of ribosomal protein-coding genes in Escherichia coli, M. tuberculosis and Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Lessons from supervised machine learning in functional genomics
15:30-16:15 Vladimir Brusic, Prediction of peptide binding to families of related receptors
16:15-17:00 Round table discussions



Keynote and plenary speakers include

 

Speaker
Title of Presentation
Limsoon Wong
Opening address
Terry P. Lybrand (keynote) Molecular modeling of protein-ligand interactions: Detailed simulations of a biotin-streptavidin complex
Terry P. Lybrand Molecular modeling of protein structure and function
Peter Kuhn (keynote) Structural genomics of Thermotoga maritima - data mining and target prioritization using protein-protein interaction
R. Manjunatha Kini  Analysis of protein sequences and identification of protein-protein interaction sites
Prasanna Kolatkar  Protein-protein interactions database
Shoba Ranganathan Locating the polyanion-binding residues in the 'sushi' domain 7 of human complement factor H
Eastwood Leung Hon Chiu  Strategies for large scale protein-protein interaction studies.
Judice Koh BioWare - a data warehousing system for molecular biology.
Vladimir Brusic Prediction of peptide binding to families of related receptors
Bryan Grieg Fry The three finger toxin toolkit
Paul Tan Thiam Joo Bioinformatics approach to the structure-function study of scorpion venoms
K.N. Srinivasan k-Hefutoxin1, a novel toxin from the scorpion Heterometrus fulvipes with unique structure and function: Importance of the functional diad in potassium channel selectivity 
Jeremiah Stanson Joseph Conserved Codon Composition of ribosomal protein- coding genes in Escherichia coli, M. tuberculosis and Saccharomyces cerevisiae: Lessons from supervised machine learning in functional genomics



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