Monday, November 13, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Plaza B (Hilton San Francisco)
#59 - Advances in Biochemical Engineering: Honoring Harvey Blanch I (15C13)
Invited speakers will cover a range of topics in biochemical engineering.
Chair:Frances H. Arnold
Cochairs:Annelise E. Barron
Alexander Sassi
12:30 PMIntroductory Remarks
12:35 PMFrom EPR in Micelles to NMR inside Cells: Reflections on a Resonant Collaboration
Douglas S. Clark
12:55 PMTransport in Vessel Walls: Why Some Vessels Get Atherosclerosis and Others Don't
David Rumschitzki, Yixin Shou, Zhongqing Zeng, Kung-Ming Jan
1:15 PMNew Bacterial Communication Lines by Directed Evolution of Lux R
Frances H. Arnold, Cynthia Collins, Cara Tracewell, Jared Leadbetter
1:35 PMPandemic in a Petri Dish: Growth and Spread of Viruses at the Microscale
John Yin
1:55 PMProtein Aggregation in P-T Space
Theodore W. Randolph, Matthew Seefeldt, John F. Carpenter, Yongsung Kim
2:15 PMMimicking Bioactive Peptides with Sequence-Specific Peptoid Foldamers
Annelise E. Barron
2:35 PMAmyloid Fibril Formation by Protein L: Kinetic and Stability Studies
Troy Cellmer, Harvey W. Blanch, John M. Prausnitz
2:55 PMConcluding Remarks

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