Peptide Arrays 2013
Edinburgh, UK, September 3 - 4, 2013

Peptide Arrays 2013

A two-day symposium held under the auspices of the
European Peptide Society and the
Protein & Peptide Science Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

Following the success of the 2011 Meeting, the next meeting will take place in Edinburgh, UK from September 3 - 4, 2013. A high calibre group of international speakers will cover a range of methodologies and applications of array technologies in peptide science.

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Keynote Speaker

Prof. Mark Bradley, School of Chemistry, University of Edinburgh

The Bradley group has developed a platform allowing fabrication of polymer microarrays, consisting of thousands of polymers on a single microscope slide. These slides can be interrogated with a variety of cells, with subsequent high-content screening, allowing the identification of a specific polymer that binds or otherwise modulates cellular function. Importantly, once the specific polymer has been identified they have shown that this can be seamlessly scaled-up to allow much larger scale application. They have used polymer microarrays for the identification of polymers to control stem cell differentiation and global transfection, find polymers for bacterial scavenging and capture and polymer matrices that promote and stabilize hepatocyte function.

Programme & Speakers

For details of the provisional programme and more information about invited speakers, visit the Programme page.

Poster Session

There will be a poster session with a Young Researcher Poster Prize sponsored by the Protein & Peptide Science Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry. For more information, visit the Abstracts page.


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