New viruses emerge periodically and unpredictably, their impact often widespread and long lasting. In the wake of recent outbreaks such as COVID-19, Zika, and Ebola, there has never been a greater need to understand immune response and to identify and develop therapeutics and vaccines. To do this, virologists and biologists are increasingly turning to cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) to perform structural virology studies.
This groundbreaking technology is overcoming challenges related to virus purification and protein homogeneity and revolutionizing antiviral drug discovery and vaccine design for newly emerging pathogens through unparalleled structural insights.
Download our new ebook to learn about:
- Cryo-EM and how it’s advancing structural biology from Dr. Georgios Skiniotis, professor of structural biology at Stanford University
- How cryo-EM can help solve structural puzzles in virology
- Antiviral drug discovery and vaccine design from Dr. Jason McLellan, associate professor of molecular biosciences at the University of Texas, Austin
- Transforming virology with cryo-EM and how to get started with the technology
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