In a collaborative effort with the Sinz lab, our Post-doc Christian led a project on the utilization of AI-derived protein modeling based on mass spectrometry data, in order to interpret unknown cryo-EM maps from within native cell extracts! This type Continue reading AlphaFold2 and Proteomics data help interpret native cell extracts
Panos was invited as a keynote speaker at the Grenoble research consortium in integrated structural & cell biology and their annual event #48hofGRAL, where he presented our lab’s research on cell extracts and the pipelines we use to integrate data Continue reading Panos at the 48 hours of Grenoble Structural Biology
Christian, Kevin and Yiannis attended the EMBO Workshop on “In situ structural biology: from cryo-EM to multi-scale modelling“! Kevin gave an amazing talk on how nanodisc technology can be employed in the study of native membrane proteins. A lot of Continue reading The Kastritis Lab takes a trip to EMBL Heidelberg for the in situ structural biology workshop!
We were very happy that Toni Träger, our newest Ph.D. student was selected to attend the EMBO Practical Course on integrative structural biology, which took place at EMBL Hamburg! Over the course of a week, he was immersed in various Continue reading Toni at EMBO Integrative Structural Biology Workshop 2022
Panos and Fotis visited the Cryo-EM facility of Thermo Fisher Scientific in Eindhoven, NL to get a tour of the facility, do some “shopping” and collect tomography data! Thermo application scientists gave them a presentation on the functionalities and efficacy Continue reading A visit at the Thermo Fisher Scientific Headquarters for Cryo-EM