EMBL has acted swiftly in response to COVID by launching new initiatives and re-purposing existing facilities to provide a range of direct research and support services, including in collaboration with institutes in the Member States. Dedicated pages that highlight important structural features of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, including all observed ligand binding sites and protein-protein interaction residues, to support researchers in the development of treatments and vaccines. Integration of key datasets to identify and prioritise potential human and viral protein drug targets for COVID treatments. EMBL continues to provide many of our services in virtual and remote formats, to support research efforts efficiently and effectively during the pandemic. EMBL is supporting our Member States throughout the coronavirus pandemic, through direct activity, coordination of responses and data, and sharing of expert advice, as part of our mission to integrate European life science research. EMBL management regularly reviews the situation at each site.
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Registration is open as usual for many events, with back-up plans in place to move further courses and conferences online as necessary. The virtual conference includes talks from invited speakers, short talk presenters, online group discussions and networking opportunities. Recent advances in genomics and proteomics technologies have transformed our ability to study diverse molecular processes. We can now use these technologies to study and understand mechanisms regulating transcription, translation, protein abundance, protein-protein, protein-metabolites and protein-drug interactions at a genome- and proteome-wide scale. The current challenge is to convert this data into predictive quantitative models of cellular processes.