Biomolecules at Interfaces I

Wednesday, November 10, 2010: 12:30 PM
Canyon A (Hilton)

This session welcomes contributions describing experiment and theory for a wide range of biomolecules (proteins, DNA, polysaccharides, etc.) and a broad range of interfaces, both liquid-solid and liquid-liquid. Relevant topics include: protein adsorption, biological forces and adhesion, biomembranes, transport of biomolecules across interfaces, changes in biomolecule conformation induced by interfaces, and interfacial engineering for applications such as biosensing, biomedical materials development, and bioseparations. Traditionally, this session has emphasized fundamentals over applications, but contributions from both sides are encouraged.

Interfacial Phenomena

Sibani Lisa Biswal

Marina Tsianou

Raymond Tu

12:30 PM
(451a) Nanoparticle-Based Sensing of Weak Protein Interactions
Shantanu V. Sule, Joseph M. Perchiacca, Aditya N. Bengali and Peter M. Tessier

1:30 PM
(451d) Evaluating the Role of Solid Surfaces in Inducing Conformational Changes of Adsorbed and Desorbed Proteins
Flora Felsovalyi, Paolo Mangiagalli, Christophe Bureau, Sanat K. Kumar and Scott A. Banta

2:10 PM
(451f) Aggregation of Diblock and Multiblock Peptides in the Presence of Solid Liquid Interfaces
Daniel Forciniti, Kunal Naik, Rajiv Kumar Yandrapati, Morgan Boresi and Paulina Barranco Morales

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