A Uniform Framework for Computer-Aided Biologics Design, Sponsored by Chemical Computing Group
This dinner course will cover current in silico technologies used in protein engineering and biologics design. More specifically, applications for visualizing, and analyzing mutations will be described. Tools for calculating surface properties such as electrostatic hot-spots or patches, as well as physiochemical properties. A number of case studies will be used to describe how residue scanning technology can be used to address challenges in species cross-reactivity, stability & aggregation.
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