Biomolecules Folding and Disease
Proteomes, Interactomes and Biological Networks (85306) is
62-hour course of the 3rd year of the Degree in Genomics
taught by Emidio Capriotti.
The course is running from November 5th to December 11, 2019 in rooms and labs
located in via della Beverara 123.
This page will include all the slides and materials of the lectures.
|Course Schedule and General Information|
|Protein Sequence and Structure.||5, 7 and 8 November, 2019.|
|Amino Acid Properties||11 November, 2019.|
|Analysis and Prediction of Protein Complexes||12 November, 2019.|
|Protein Interactions||18 November, 2019.|
|Introduction to Graph Theory||19 and 20 November, 2019.|
|This is a theoretical and hands-on module which requires the use of PC. Students are encouraged to use their own laptop. Practical session of the course will be performed on a Linux OS.|
|Dill and Chan. (1997) From Levinthal to pathways to funnels Nature Structural Biology, 4:10–19.|
|Reichmann et al. (2007). The molecular architecture of protein–protein binding sites. Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 17:67–76|
|Colinge and Bennett (2007). Introduction to Computational Proteomics PLOS Computational Biology. 3:1151|
|Avi Ma’ayan (2011). Introduction to Network Analysis in Systems Biology Sciences. 4.|