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New publications: Phosphorylation, Dephosphorylation, and Multiprotein Assemblies Regulate Dynamic Behavior of Neuronal Cytoskeleton: A Mini-Review Natalya Kurochkina* , Manju Bhaskar, ShadraPrasad Yadav and Harish Pant* Mini Review, Front. Mol. Neurosci in press. .Collaboration: The School of Theoretical Modeling and NIH

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New publications: Hall BE, Prochazkova M, Sapio MR, Minetos P, Kurochkina N, Binukumar BK, Amin ND, Terse A, Joseph J, Raithel SJ, Mannes AJ, Pant HC, Chung MK, Iadarola MJ, Kulkarni AB. Phosphorylation of the Transient Receptor Potential Ankyrin 1 by Cyclin-dependent Kinase 5 affects Chemo-nociception. Sci Rep. 2018 Jan 19;8(1):1177. doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-19532-6. PubMed PMID: 29352128; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5775258.Collaboration: The School of Theoretical Modeling and NIH
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     PROTEIN MODELING  ONE DAY COURSE


 9:30-10:00   Organizing procedures

     Introduction of all participants

     Short introduction to the topics of the course

10-10:55

 

Protein conformation

     Parameters characterizing polypeptide chain

     Topology, orientation of protein secondary structure elements

 

11-11:55

 

New mathematical approaches to protein structure prediction/protein modeling

     Formula for spatial location of amino acid residues within secondary structure

     elements

     Application to the prediction of protein structure

     Algorithms

 

12-1:00

 

     Lunch

 

1-1:55

 

Description of helix-helix interfaces, active sites

     Structure comparison

     Specific side chain interactions

     Amino acid composition of helix-helix interfaces

     Variations among homologs and mutagenesis

     Disulfide bonds

Representing molecular forces affecting protein folding

Modeling of loops

Protein - nucleic acid interactions

 

2-2:55

 

Agonist/antagonist affects on binding sites

Conformational changes

Formation of channels

 

3-3:55

 

Application of modeling to the analysis of the protein families involved in desease pathogenesis

 

4-4:30

 

Organizing procedures

     Summarizing questions

     Concluding remarks

 

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