Monday, November 13, 2006: 3:15 PM-5:45 PM
Union Square 1 & 2 (Hilton San Francisco)
#147 - Proteomic Systems Biology (TA002)
With high-throughput proteomic and metabolomic technology becoming so prevalent, the natural next question is how to make use of such information. The goal for this session is to discuss how and where proteomic and metabolomic technology is being used to advance or complement our understanding of systems biology. Likewise, is systems biology informing our approach to proteomics and metabolomics? Research describing the development and testing of new hypotheses, as well as describing new techniques, are welcome.
Chair:Eric Shusta
CoChair:Eric T. Boder
3:15 PMA Model for Protein Translation: Polysome Self-Organization Leads to Maximum Protein Synthesis Rates
Hermioni Zouridis, Vassily Hatzimanikatis
3:35 PMProtein Structure and Fold Recognition Using Amino Acid Interaction Models
Raghuraj K. Rao, Lakshminarayanan Samavedham
3:55 PMUsing Atomic Properties to Identify Potential Reactants in Oxidoreductase Reactions
Fangping Mu, Pat J. Unkefer, Clifford J. Unkefer, William S. Hlavacek
4:15 PMInitiation of Blood Coagulation: a Systems Biology Approach
William S. Denney, Scott L. Diamond
4:35 PMBreak
4:40 PMProteome Changes after Metabolic Engineering to Enhance Aerobic Mineralization of Cis-1,2-Dichloroethylene
Jintae Lee, Cao Li, Saw Yen Ow, Martin E. Barrios-Llerena, Wilfred Chen, Thomas K. Wood, Phillip C. Wright
5:00 PMDe Novo Protein Design with Flexible Templates and Its Application to the Redesign of Complement 3a
Ho Ki Fung, Christodoulos A. Floudas, Dimitrios Morikis, John D. Lambris, Li Zhang
5:20 PMIntegrated Time-Series Metabolomic and Transcriptional Profiling Analyses of Arabidopsis Thaliana Response to Elevated Co2 and Osmotic Stress
Bhaskar Dutta, Harin H. Kanani, John Quackenbush, Maria I. Klapa

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