|CCL 05.10.25 Molecular Modelling for Macromolecular Crystallographers (MM4MX), Oxfordshire, UK|
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Date: Sat Oct 22 16:02:35 2005
Subject: 05.10.25 Molecular Modelling for Macromolecular Crystallographers (MM4MX), Oxfordshire, UK
Workshop on Molecular Modelling for Macromolecular Crystallographers (MM4MX) October 25th to October 27th 2005 http://www.diamond.ac.uk/News/LatestEvents/mx_workshop_2005.htm Organized by: Katherine McAuley (Diamond Light Source), Guy Grant (University of Cambridge) & Veronique Saunal (Diamond Light Source) Sponsored by: MAX-INF2, Diamond Light Source, CCP4, Chemical Computing Group. A MAX-INF2 funded workshop on "Molecular Modelling for Macromolecular Crystallographers (MM4MX)" will be held at Diamond Light Source in Oxfordshire from October 25th to October 27th 2005. The workshop is aimed at PhD and post-doctoral crystallographers who would like to learn about the theory and practical applications of molecular modelling techniques. The workshop will include lectures on molecular mechanics force fields and minimisation, molecular dynamics, preparation of ligand coordinates for docking and refinement, ligand docking, structure-based drug design, and simulation of enzyme mechanisms. There will be practical sessions using the Molecular Operating Environment (MOE) software and CCP4MG. Location: Diamond House, Chilton, Didcot, Oxon OX11 0DE. UKNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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