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D3: Molecular and Cellular Structural Biology II – 17001

(2 hrs/week; 2 CP; Fall 2025)

Sebastian Hiller, Timm Maier

Large amounts of functionally and structurally intact protein are essential for structural biology and many other fields of biochemistry and biophysics. Such amounts are rarely available from native material. This lecture series will focus on the various approaches for large-scale protein production in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell lines as well as in vitro systems, their respective advantages and disadvantages, strategies to overcome the various problems inherent to the systems and on the functional recovery of the proteins themselves.

Schedule for Fall 2025 to be announced. 






On-site / zoom meetings and student chalk talks are scheduled on Thursday 13:15 – 15:00 in room U1.193