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Posters / Presentations at Scientific Meetings

CESG attends numerous scientific meetings and conferences on structural genomics, and presents information on its methods and technologies. Below are the posters and presentations which CESG has presented at these meetings. To view these, click on the meeting / conference name to see all presentations / posters for that meeting. All of the files here are large PDF files which require Aode Reader, which is available for free at www.adobe.com.

Future Structural Genomics Meetings


Recent Advances in the Utilization of the Wheat Germ Cell-Free Expression System

Solution Structure and DNA Binding of the Homeodomain of the Human Stem Cell Transcription Factor NANOG

High-Throughput Structural Biology for Natural Product Biosynthesis

Membrane Protein Research at the Center for Eukaryotic Structural Genomics

Preparation of Perdeuterated Proteins with Minimal Proton Background from Wheat Germ Cell-Free Translation

Solution Structures of the NANOG Homeodomain and SOX2 HMG Domain, Purification of the OCT4 Homeodomain

Technology Development and Structural Highlights Generated at the Center for Eukaryotic Structural Genomics

Use of Cell-Free Protein Production Platform for X-ray Crystallography

Advances in High-Throughput NMR Spectroscopy of Proteins at CESG, NMRFAM, and BMRB

The Center for Eukaryotic Structural Genomics: Technologies and Structures

Use of Cell-Free Protein Production Platform for X-ray Crystallography

A "Control Workgroup" of 24 Protein Targets Used to Test Platform Changes

A Rapid, Robotic, Small-Scale Approach to Screening for NMR Structure Determination

Technology Development Highlights Generated from the Center for Eukaryotic Structural Genomics

A "Control Workgroup" of 24 Protein Targets Used to Test Platform Changes (Poster)

A "Control Workgroup" of 24 Protein Targets Used to Test Platform Changes (Slides)

New Approach to Automatic Fitting of Electron Density Maps

Large-Scale Production of TEV Protease from PSI Material Resource Plasmid pMHT-Delta-238

PINE-SPARKY: Visualization and Refinement of NMR Assignments

A Semi-Automated Protocol for the Production of Protein Samples Suitable for NMR Structure Determination

Use of Bacillus Subtilis Sacb (Levansucrase) as a Negative Selectable Marker in FlexiVector Cloning

Multiple Approaches to Functional Insights

Structure, Platform, and Technology Highlights

Solution Structure of At3g03773.1 Protein from Arabidopsis thaliana

High-Throughput Crystallization Pipeline at the Center for Eukaryotic Structural Genomics (CESG)

High-Throughput Production of Eukaryotic Proteins for X-ray Crystallography and NMR Spectroscopy Structure Determination

Optimized Pipeline Purification of Over-Expressed Eukaryotic Proteins

Production and Studies of Membrane Proteins Using Cell-Free Protein Technology

CESG: Multiple Approaches to Functional Insights

CESG Structure and Technology Highlights

A Decision Support System for Medically Relevant Target Selection

Enhancing Data Acquisition: from Paper to the 21st Century

Integration of Fastdata Collection and Automated Probabilistic Assignments for Protein NMR Spectroscopy

Logistical Considerations for Participation in the PSI-MR

Small-Scale High-Throughput Screen of Eukaryotic Protein Production

Successful Execution of a Multi-Path Platform for Eukaryotic Protein Production

Thermophilic Eukaryotes as a Source for Structural Genomic Targets

CESG Progress Report Highlights:  PSI-2

Implementation of PepcDB Reporting at CESG:  More Trials and Fewer Tribulations (slides)

New Approaches to Automatic Fitting of Electron Density Maps

PINE and HIFI-C:  Robust Assignment and Fast Data Collection in NMR

Three-Part Small-Scale Screening for the Masses (oral presentation)

NMR Structure Determination at the Center for Eukaryotic Structural Genomics

2006 CESG / NMRFAM Wheat Germ Protein Production Workshop

Wheat Germ Cell-Free Eukaryotic Protein Production at CESG

X-ray Crystallography at CESG

Crystallography at CESG:  Beyond Arabidopsis to Vertebrate and Human Structures

Evolution of Cloning Strategies at CESG

Factorial Design Improvement of Auto Induction Media

High-Throughput Crystallography at CESG

Knowledge-Based Throughput Enhancement for NMR-Based Structural Proteomics

Small-Scale Screening of Eukaryotic Protein Expression, Solubility, and TEV Protease Cleavage

Wheat Germ Cell-Free Eukaryotic Protein Production

High-Throughput Protein Crystallization at CESG

An Overview of the Arabidopsis Protein Production Pipeline at CESG

Novel Arabidopsis Protein Structures from CESG

Resources Available to Arabidopsis Researchers Through CESG (Arabidopsis Target List ONLY)

Comparative Crystallomics at CESG

Current Cost Analysis of Structure Determination at CESG

High-Throughput Autumated Platform for NMR-Based Structural Proteomics

Pipeline Production of Labeled Proteins in Auto-Induction Medium

The Protein Production Pipeline at CESG:  Respective Analysis and Further Development

The Protein Production Pipeline at CESG:  Respective Analysis and Further Development

Small-Scale Platform for High-Throughput Identification of Proteins Suitable for X-ray Structure Determination

Vectors Designed with Inherent Flexibility to Support High-Throughput Expression Screening and Protein Production

Automation for NMR-based Structural Proteomics

Bioinformatics at CESG

Convergent Protocols for Production of Labeled Proteins in Auto-Induction Medium

High-Throughput Automated Platform for NMR-based Structural Proteomics

High-Throughput Cloning of Eukaryotic Open Reading Frames (ORFs) Using Gateway Site-Specific Recomination

High-throughput Screening and Semi-Automated Purification of Eukaryotic Proteins

Novel Structural Results from CESG

Pipeline Strategy for Efficient Protein Structure Determination by NMR

Protein Quality Assurance at CESG

Protein Screening and Optmiziation for NMR-based Stuctural Genomics at CESG

Robotic Crystallomics at CESG

Establishment of Pipeline Procedures for Eukaryotic Structural Genomics

High-Throughput Crystallomics at CESG

High-Throughput Methods for Producing Arabidopsis Proteins from E. coli, for Screening for Optimal Conditions, and for Investigating Their Suitability for NMR Structural Analysis

High-Throughput Production of Unlabeled, Selenomethionine and 15N-Labeled Proteins in Terrific Broth and Chemically Defined Auto-Induction Media

High-Throughput Purification of Arabidopsis thaliana Overexpressed in E. coli for Eukaryotic Structural Genomics

Protein Production for Structural Investigations Based on the Wheat Germ Cell-Free Expression System

CESG: Facility for Structure Determination of Proteins from Arabidopsis thaliana and Other Model Eukaryotes

BioMagResBank Database with Sets of Experimental NMR Constraints Corresponding to the Structures of Over 1400 Biomolecules Deposited in the Protein Data Bank

CESG at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

High-Throughput Protein Purification and Data Management System for Structural Genomics of Arabidopsis thaliana

CESG: Facility for Structure Determination of Proteins from Arabidopsis thaliana and Other Model Eukaryotes