Solutions for Plant Science

As the population grows, our environment is changing and our natural resources are being depleted. That’s why research on plant production, temperature and pathogen resistance, environmental stress, plant-based drugs and vaccines are becoming more and more important.

In this webinar, you will learn how researchers use data on binding, protein stability and protein folding to:

  • Decipher signaling mechanisms in plants
  • Evaluate stability of plant proteins including membrane proteins
  • Look at the response of plant proteins to heat stress
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Site-specific covalent labeling of SNAP-tagged proteins for the measurement of binding affinities
Site-specific covalent labeling of SNAP-tagged proteins for the measurement of binding affinities

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