About This Course
It is important to analyze proteins to understand their biological importance and functions such as:
How two proteins interact with each other to perform their function(s).
What are their physiochemical properties, such as molecular weight, half-life and etc.
What are the important functional sites and regions of the proteins.
Which residues play the role in protein-protein interactions.
Which biologically important compounds have better binding affinity with the target protein.
What are the important domains present in the protein-of-interest and how these domains interact with other domains.
Which protein databases are available and what sort of protein data can be retrieved from them.
In this pre-recorded, pre-scheduled and pre-outlined Understanding Proteins – A Complete Workshop of Protein Bioinformatics Analysis. You’ll be learning a huge set of Bioinformatics skills that can help you with your Bioinformatics analysis and research, you’ll be learning and practicing Protein Bioinformatics skills through our pre-recorded workshop.
- However, a superficial understanding of molecular biology is expected from you before you join the workshop.
- The target audience for this Understanding Proteins - A Complete Workshop of Protein Bioinformatics Analysis workshop are biologists, beginner or intermediate Bioinformaticians or data analysts with no or little experience in applications of computational bioinformatics and bioinformatics pipelines for protein analysis.