Thursday, November 8, 2007: 3:30 PM-6:00 PM
Room 250 F (Salt Palace Convention Center)

Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science (15e)

#615 - Advances In High-Throughput Systems For Bioengineering Applications (15E12)
High-throughput screening methods have revolutionized the analysis of biological systems. Investigators are now seeking fast, inexpensive, and reliable methods for simultaneous analysis of all biological molecules. The focus of this session will be high-throughput, parallel analytical techniques useful for the global analysis of biological systems. Additionally, submissions discussing high-throughput screening methods for therapeutic identification, pathway optimization, directed evolution, or process improvement are also of interest.
Chair:Andre F. Palmer
CoChair:S. Patrick Walton
3:30 PMHigh Throughput Screening For Inhibitors Of Coagulation Factor Xia And Factor Xiia
Paul Riley, Scott L. Diamond, Andrew Napper
3:55 PMChip Development For Antigen-Specific High-Throughput Characterization Of Human T Cell Populations
Chaofang Yue, Michael E. Paulaitis, Jonathan Schneck, Mathias Oelke
4:20 PMSingle-Chain Antibody Based Peptide Conformational Change Sensor: A Tool For The Directed Evolution Of Stimulus Responsive Peptides
Mark Blenner, Scott Banta
4:45 PMTransfected Cell Arrays For The High-Throughput Analysis Of Transcription Factor Activity
Abigail D. Bellis, Angela K. Pannier, Lonnie D. Shea
5:10 PMSpectral Barcoding Of Polystyrene Beads Using Multicolored Quantum Dots For High-Throughput Screening Applications
Shyam V. Vaidya, M Lane Gilchrist, Charles Maldarelli, Alexander Couzis
5:35 PMIntracellular Sensing and Screening of Protein-Ligand Interactions Using Fret Hybrids
Xia You, Annalee W. Nguyen, Abeer Jabaiah, Mark A. Sheff, Kurt S. Thorn, Patrick S. Daugherty

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