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Introduction 3. Challenges in integrative structural biology 4. Summary of speaker presentations 4.1. Electron Microscopy 4.2. Fluorescence microscopy imaging 4.3. Label-based methods 4.4. X-ray crystallography 4.5. Computational methods 4.6. Data archiving 5. Roundtable discussions 5.1. Data integration and representations 5.2. Time evolution and biological networks 5.3. The future ahead 6. A Path forward: the "virtual cell" 7. Give tangible form to the ultimate goal of structural biology 8. Acknowledgments 9. Referencesdoi:10.2741/4794 fatcat:hift52lhbzahdfevdzqjbdndge