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Felix Tobola

Project
Tuning receptor-ligand interactions by the incorporation of non-canonical amino acids

Thesis Committee
Birgit Wiltschi (Supervisor)
Helmut Schwab
Peter Macheroux
Karl Gruber

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  Felix Tobola
Institute of Molecular Biotechnology
Graz University of Technology
Petersgasse 14
8010 Graz

e-Mail: felix.tobola@student.tugraz.at
phone: +43 316 873 9347

Publications


Curriculum vitae

Born in Germany
External DK student, selected through DK hearing 2015, starting 01.12.2014


Education

12/ 2014 - PhD program DK Molecular Enzymology, University of Graz, Austria
04/ 2012 - 04/ 2014 Master of Science, International Degree Course Industrial and Environmental Biology, University of Applied Sciences Bremen
09/ 2008 - 02/ 2012 Bachelor of Science, International Degree Course Industrial and Environmental Biology, University of Applied Sciences Bremen

Poster and Oral Presentations

2018 Engineering protein-carbohydrate-interactions of a lectin with fluorinated tryptophan analogs. Aachen Protein Engineering Symposium (AcES), Aachen, Germany, 2018
2017 Effect of non-canonical amino acids on protein-carbohydrate interactions: Structure, dynamics and carbohydrate affinity of a lectin engineered with fluorinated tryptophan analogs. European Summit of Industrial Biotechnology, Graz, Austria, poster presentation
2016 Breaking the limits: Protein engineering with non-canonical amino acids. European Summit of Industrial Biotechnology, Graz, Austria, poster presentation
2016 Tuning receptor-ligand interactions via the incorporation of fluorinated tryptophan analogs. Joint retreat of DK Molecular Enzymology and DK Biomolecular Technology of Proteins, Semmering, Austria, poster presentation
09/ 2016 Retreat at Semmering 2016, Joint retreat with DK Biomolecular Technology of Proteins, Vienna, Semmering, Austria, poster presentation
2015 SynGlycTis: From Proto-cells to Proto-Tissues Entering New Horizons in Synthetic Glycobiology. ACIB Science Days, Bad Radkersburg, Austria, poster presentation



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