210 Experimental Approaches In Systems Biology

Tuesday, October 30, 2012: 8:30 AM
Somerset East (Westin )
This session focuses on the latest advances in applied experimental approaches for understanding biological networks. We invite submissions on topics that involve techniques for measuring and manipulating cells and tissues at the genomic, transcriptomic, proteomic or metabolomic levels, as well as novel methods to study regulatory interactions among these levels. Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to: mRNA expression analysis; studies on small RNAs and their roles in gene regulation; gene translation analysis; protein identification and functional studies for transcriptional networks; flux analysis and metabolomic profiling of tissues/organs; and integrated single-cell analyses for mapping signaling networks.

Engineering Fundamentals in Life Science
Biomedical Applications of Chemical Engineering (T7)

Clifford L. Wang
Email: cliff.wang@stanford.edu

Qing Song
Email: qing.song@unh.edu

8:48 AM

9:06 AM
(210c) Integrated Single-Cell Analysis of Heterogeneous Secretory Profiles Exhibited by Human Primary Colorectal Tumor Cells
Viktor Adalsteinsson, Naren Tallapragada, Narmin Tahirova, Xiaosai Yao, Alessandro Angelini, K. Dane Wittrup and J. Christopher Love

9:42 AM
(210e) Multiscale Prediction of Patient-Specific Platelet Function Under Flow
Matthew H. Flamm, Thomas Colace, Manash S. Chatterjee, Hiuyan Jing, Songtao Zhou, Daniel Jaeger, Lawrence F. Brass, Talid R. Sinno and Scott L. Diamond

10:00 AM
(210f) Prediction and Validation of Microbiota-Derived Tryptophan Metabolites with Anti-Inflammatory Properties
Kyungoh Choi, Gautham V. Sridharan, Robert Alaniz, Kyongbum Lee and Arul Jayaraman

10:18 AM
(210g) Understanding Nitrogen Metabolism in the Biofuel Crop Poplar by Isotope-Assisted Metabolic Flux Analysis
Shilpa Nargund, Ashish Misra, Xiaofeng Zhang, Gary D. Coleman and Ganesh Sriram