Protein interactions and their importance


This course will provide an introduction to molecular interactions, their importance and the methodologies use to generate and capture interaction data.

An undergraduate degree in a life science subject or background knowledge in protein sequence and structure would be an advantage.

About this course

Learning objectives: 
  • Understanding the importance of molecular interaction information and be able to provide examples of different types of molecular interaction
  • Be able to list the main experimental methodologies used to study protein-protein interactions
  • Be aware of the limitations that these methodologies have
  • Knowing where to find molecular interaction data at EMBL-EBI