Matherial and Method Courses


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Core Facility, HBIGS or SFB Course

Title of course

Link to facility or group

Holger Lorenz

Core Facility Microscopy

Fluorescence microscopy courses
(Introductory courses every 6 month, several specialized courses upon request)

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Monika Langlotz

Core Facility Flow Cytometry

FACS: theory and data analysis (1d)

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Evgeniy Vainshtein / Christine Gläßer

Core Support Bioinformatics

R for beginners,
a 3.5 d course in 2014, a 5 d course in 2015

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Michael Knop

HBIGS

Yeast genetics (theoretical course, 5x2 hr lectures)

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Axel Mogk

HBIGS

Site-specific crosslinking and FRET (2 d)

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Matthias Mayer

HBIGS

Analyzing Enzyme Kinetics (12 h / once per year)

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Marius Lemberg

HBIGS

Cellular fractionation of biomembranes and determination of membrane protein topology

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Sabine Strahl

HBIGS

Yeast physiology and signal transduction (3 h lecture, 5 x 6 h practical course)

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Markus Wirtz

HBIGS

Targeted Metabolite Profiling (1.5 d)

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Ruediger Hell

HBIGS

Metabolomics by GC-and LC-mass spectrometry

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Georg Stoecklin

HBIGS

Mammalian Cell Culture

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Frauke Melchior

HBIGS

SUMOylate your own protein  (2 d)

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Martina Muckenthaler

HBIGS

Methodology to analyse iron metabolism

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Matthias Mayer Thomas Ruppert (Z1)

HBIGS

Introduction into mass spectrometry and proteomics
(1.5 d/ once per year)

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Thomas Ruppert and colleagues (Z1)

HBIGS

Protein Analysis by Mass Spectrometry, 2 days

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Thomas Ruppert and colleagues (Z1)

HBIGS

Introduction to computational proteomics, 3 days

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Thomas Ruppert and colleagues (Z1)

SFB 1036

4 consecutive workshops on Proteomics Topics, May 4-7 2015, 2 h per day

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Klaus Bernd (EMBL)

SFB 1036

R Course

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Tobias Dick


SPP 1710 and SFB 1036


Application of Redox probes. Analysis of disulfide exchange interactions by diagonal gel electrophoresis
(no SFB member signed up)

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Angus Lamond
(Dundee)

SFB 1036 and EMBL
March 1-3, 2016

Analysis of Proteomic data; 2 days workshop plus 1 day visit and seminar at the ZMBH, co-hosted with the EMBL;
15 places reserved for the SFB.

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