Peptide Arrays 2013
Edinburgh, UK, September 3 - 4, 2013
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A two-day symposium held under the auspices of the
Protein & Peptide Science Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry and the European Peptide Society sponsored by the British Biophysical Society.

Download a copy of the Programme and Abstracts ofrom the 2011 Meeting

'Peptide Arrays 2011' was held over two days in March in London. Over 70 speakers and delegates attended from 12 countries to learn about the power of peptide array and peptide / protein chip technologies.

A high calibre group of international speakers covered application areas including:

  • Cancer signalling pathways
  • AKAPs
  • Supramolecular signalling complexes
  • Protein lipidation and molecular motor complexes
  • Anti-microbial peptides
  • Enzyme-substrate interactions
  • PDE4D5
  • SH3, WW and PDZ domains.

What Participants Thought

I thoroughly enjoyed this conference-some very interesting talks and the meeting was just the right size, just the right amount of people. Wonderful location. 2 day frame was just right.
Very well organised in formative meeting. Good size-easy to interact with other scientists. Trade stands very useful for technical information. Good venue.
Excellent meeting-good size, easy to meet and talk to people, good central London location, lunch-good important  to have it on site so it's easy to meet people.
Really nice meeting. Very well organised.
Good to have talks from companies making chips/microarrays.
Found this conference to be a fantastic event and was a very good oppurtunity to learn more about peptide arrays.
Venue was good. Good mix of talks between technology and biology.
A good format
Very good. Liked length of conference and sessions.

Ideal Location for an International Meeting

The new Charles Darwin House Conference Centre is ideally located in Central London, just minutes from St. Pancras International (Eurostar Terminal) as well as other major rail stations with links to London's airports and all major UK cities.


Keynote Speaker

Dr. Ronald Frank, Helmholtz Centre for Infection Research, Germany

Dr. Frank originally developed the SPOT synthesis method for preparation of peptide arrays that has underpinned much of the work in this field. More recently he has developed novel methods for array production and the application of peptide and chemical libraries to the solution of biological problems.

Held under the auspices of:

Protein & Peptide Science Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry

 The European Peptide Society

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