|15.02.2021||Our collaborative work with the Langenhan and the Sauer lab, from Leipzig and Würzburg University on a GPCR activation has just been published...|
|18.12.2020||New updated version of the voronoia server is online now|
|01.09.2020||Please find our new publication in PNAS, which is a contribution to Brian Kobilkas work:
Analysis of β2AR-Gs and β2AR-Gi complex formation by NMR spectroscopy.
doi: 10.1073/pnas.2009786117 PNAS
More publications here...
|21.1.2020||Two PhD positions are available at the Hildilab in the newly funded collaborative research centre on GPCR dynamics!
The job posting is closed.
|08.11.2019||Our TIBS article 'Bringing Molecular Dynamics Simulation Data into View.' on the cover.|
|17.09.2019||We are happy to announce this years workshop on structural modeling and MD simulations which will be organized together with the Jens Meiler Laboratory from Vanderbilt University. Find the accordant link here: Modeling protein mutations with Rosetta|
|02.09.2019||Our project “In silico GPCR: 'A computational microscope to determine receptor – G protein coupling specificity and functional selectivity'” at the Berlin Institut of Health, funded by the Stiftung Charite was renewed until March 31, 2022. This establishes another 2 years of funding for the Berlin laboratory of BIH Visiting Fellow Brian Kobilka from Standford University.|
|10.07.2019||Our TIBS Opinion into 'Bringing Molecular Dynamics Simulation Data int\o View.' is going online.|
|07.06.2019||Please find our new publication in CELL, which is a contribution to Brian Kobilkas work on structural intermediates that covern receptor-G protein complex formation. In this context, please find a recent press release of the Berlin Institute of Health.|
|28.05.2019||A promising SFB evaluation.|
|24.05.2019||The new website is online.|