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


Abstracts may be submitted for consideration for oral and / or poster presentation. Please state your preference (oral only, poster only or either) when submitting your abstract.

Abstracts should be approx. 200 words (excluding any references) and may be submitted as plain text, Word document (.doc or .docx) or PDF. If you wish to include diagrams or figures, these may be embedded in the file, but should also be supplied as separate files in any of the normal graphics formats. If you supply a figure or other image as a bitmap (GIF, JPEG, etc.) please ensure the resolution is sufficient to reproduce adequately at 300dpi.

Abstracts should be sent to:
The intention is to cover all aspects of synthesis and application peptide arrays. The following are given an a guide and any interesting and relevant submissions will be considered.


  • Synthesis methods
  • Novel array technologies


  • Imunology / epitope mapping
  • Structure/ function studies
  • Protein interactions
  • Signalling pathways
  • Cancer studies
  • Proteomics / metabolomics

Biophysics & Bioengineering

Reduced registration fees for poster authors are
available up to July 31,2013

To encourage participation by young researchers, we are offering reduced registration fees for PostDocs and Students who have abstract accepted for Poster Presentation. You must submit your abstract for approval  and, if accepted, you must register by July31, 2013.
Submit your abstract by email and you will be informed within 24 hours if it has been accepted for Poster Presentation. Once accepted you can then register online at the lower rate registration fee.

Abstract Deadlines

Oral presentation: July 1, 2013

This deadline has now passed.

Poster presentation: July 31, 2013

RSC Poster Prize

A young research poster prize of £100 has been kindly sponsored by the Protein & Peptide Science Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry. Please indicate when submitting an abstract if you wish your poster to be considered for this prize.